This report explores how the performing arts sector has been adapting to the pandemic and attempts to identify some of the interesting solutions for survival which should be scaled up and brought...Read more
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This report explores how the performing arts sector has been adapting to the pandemic and attempts to identify some of the interesting solutions for survival which should be scaled up and brought...Read more
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The joy was indescribable, the day that Leeuwarden was chosen as the European Capital of Culture 2018. But once the bid was won, the problems started. An article by Jeffrey Meulman.
The Covid-19 crisis has proved devastating for the cultural and creative sectors. IETM's Head of Policy and Research Elena Polivtseva connects the impacts of the pandemic to a longer-term failure to adequately address the working conditions of cultural professionals, calling for EU action to help protect the sector’s future.
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 essay written by Théo Majcher in 2017 with the support of the European Network for Cultural Centres (ENCC) is adressing the theme of European identity through the values of arts and culture.

European Theatre Forum 2020

The “European Theatre Forum 2020: European Performing Arts in Focus” (11-13 November) is an international platform for vision, discourse, exchange, networking and policymaking. Announced in July 2020, the “European Theatre Forum 2020: European Performing Arts in  Focus” will gather for the first time 200 theatre and performing arts representatives and  policy makers. Together, they will create a vital representation for the entire sector, within and outside Europe.

This Joint Research Centre report on COVID-19 and cultural and creative sectors identifies highly vulnerable cultural jobs and creative cities.
David Pledger argues that a UBI requires a leap of imagination for Australian artists, out of the tactics of servitude and survival and into the heart of a strategy that can deliver a vision for all.

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