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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In this Declaration from the European Theatre Forum 2020 co-written by IETM, we address the current challenges faced by theatre and the performing arts and put forward eight policy recommendations and actions to strengthen these sectors in the years ahead.
This short report summarises the key findings of our On the Road Munich, organised in collaboration with Meta Theater on 24 October 2020, both online and on-site in the Pasinger Fabrik in Munich, Germany.
In this fictional futuristic keynote speech presented during our second online Rewiring the Network brainstorm, former Minister of Culture of The Netherlands addresses the participants of the 2060 IETM Plenary Meeting in Kulusuk, Greenland.
The fourth episode of the series recaps the main objectives of the Rewiring project and introduces the results of the large online brainstorm session held on 19 May.
Joris Janssens gives an update on facilitating large scale remote events after working recent workshops with IETM and the Leuven arts field.
Anastasia Patlay talks about documentary theatre with Moscow-based company Teatr.doc.
Israel Aloni argues that the lack of governmental support for artists has pushed them to pursue activism but contends that art ought to remain independent of the civil-political sphere.
This fourth episode of the Rewiring the network for the twenties series evaluates the results of our most recent survey and the promising aspects of our current practices.
Ragnhild Freng Dale explores activism in the performing arts and the opportunities this type of theatre opens while looking into different examples of political activism in the arts, with a focus on movements in Northern Norway.
While we were supposed to all be in Northern Norway for our Spring Plenary Meeting, our long-time member Pippa Bailey writes about her imagined trip to Tromsø.

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