Short publications with a very practical approach to a specific topic. Building on a mapping - a separate publication or preliminary research as part of the same text - the toolkit offers rules / tips to follow for undertaking a practical task or facing a specific challenge.

 

This Toolkit builds on the discussions on advocacy held at IETM meetings since 2008 and on concrete actions carried out by IETM members in different countries. The publication summarises the key...Read more
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This Toolkit examines how historical links between countries, different political contexts, technical infrastructure and skills, freedom to travel, living and working conditions, aesthetics,...Read more
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There is a wealth of resources available, both online and offline, to inform, advise and support artists and cultural professionals on how to pursue their careers without neglecting their role as...Read more
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'Evaluation' - one of the key words in national, European and international cultural policies - is considered with mixed feelings by practitioners: as a burdensome and pointless process, as a...Read more
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This toolkit aims firstly to clarify the key concepts and definitions related to business models and business models innovation, possibly overcoming prejudices in the process; it then proposes a...Read more
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Audience Development toolkit
This publication invites you to explore the complex and fascinating subject that is the audience, to question and complicate your understanding of them, and to rethink 'audience development' in terms...Read more
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Everyday Innovators promotes innovative work organisation in the cultural sector in Europe. Based on real case studies, the publication aims to inspire cultural operators, and provide them with tools...Read more
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A guide to international contemporary arts co-producing written and researched by MJ Chung, Judith Staines, Sophie Travers, focusing on collaborations within and between Asia and Europe. Includes a...Read more
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From Pillar to Post is a comparative review of the employment frameworks for independent workers in the contemporary performing arts in Europe. Judith Staines was commissioned by IETM informal...Read more
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IETM invited Guy Cools, independent producer, to write a document on the dos and don'ts of co-production and touring in Europe. Guy Cools invited 5 other experienced co-producers to comment on his...Read more
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