Reconfigurer le réseau (pour les années 20)

Les arts du spectacle ont essuyé de véritables tempêtes au cours des dernières années.

Les conditions environnementales, sociales et politiques en constante évolution exercent de lourdes pressions sur notre travail. Nous nous évertuons tous de trouver des réponses et des solutions, mais comment celles-ci peuvent-elles dépasser le stade de simples stratégies de survie ? La réponse est claire. Afin d’avoir un véritable impact systémique, nous devons unir nos forces et travailler ensemble.

Malgré les défis du COVID-19, 2020 a probablement été l'une des années les plus actives de l'histoire de l'IETM. Ce rapport présente un aperçu complet de toutes nos activités, événements,...Read more
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Despite the challenges of COVID-19, 2020 was probably one of the busiest years in IETM’s history. This report presents a comprehensive overview of all our activities, events, publications, projects...Read more
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IETM Global Connect

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IETM Global Connect is a new programme launched and led by IETM - International network for contemporary performing arts and created with the support of IETM’s Associate Members. The goal of Global Connect is to make our network more inclusive, diverse and accessible. 

Culture/SHIFT is focused on harnessing the role of creativity and culture to tackle the climate emergency. Inspired by the work of civic artist Frances Whitehead and the embedded artist project , the programme seeks to mix the skills and competencies of artistic and non-arts partners to address urgent climate and sustainability related issues.
This report summarises the key findings of our year-long Rewiring the Network journey and includes an accumulation of ideas which now need to be turned into concrete strategies for the coming years.Read more
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Through Rewiring the Network, the members of IETM took part in a year-long journey to collectively engage in envisioning a transition into a more sustainable future for the performing arts. The report of our work is an accumulation of ideas which now need to be turned into concrete strategies for the coming years.

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