Sustainability

How to make a living as an artist? How to survive as an arts organisation?

As we continue struggle out of the crisis, we must give ourselves a chance; not for survival, but for success.  

To start with, let's reassess our professional strategies and business models. How do we use our potential and our resources? How do we contribute to the sustainability of the environment we work and live in? What does sustainability in the arts mean and how to achieve it? And what role can the arts play in that wider issue: helping to save the planet, the environment we live and work in?

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The following report summarises the major findings of the online survey on business model innovation in cultural centres and performing arts organisations.
Amsterdam-based company New Heroes develops and produces projects, that might include performances, podcasts, documentaries, exhibitions, etc.
Teple Misto is a Ukrainian cultural centre whose aim is to provide a meeting point for different stakeholders in the city.
Access All Areas is a London-based centre that makes urban, disruptive performance by learning disabled and autistic artists.
The following Creative Lenses report brings to light the story of AMBASADA, a cultural and resource centre from Romania.
PPCM is a creative initiative from Bagneux, France, that fuses together urban and circus arts with social action.
This Creative Lenses report documents the journey of Aalborg Karneval, Northern Europe’s biggest public carnival, which has recently undergone radical transformations in order to overcome challenges it was facing.
This Creative Lenses paper follows the story of the Italian group of artists and researchers called L’Asilo who decided to challenge traditional views on culture believing that the language of business cannot be applied to it.
This Creative Lenses paper offers a closer look at Bratislava-based cultural centre, Nadacia Cvernovka, and the challenges it faced in the past.
This Creative Lenses report brings together and summarises recent research findings published in the UK relating to the topic of innovative business models in arts organisations.

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