Les arts du spectacle sont de plus en plus impliqués dans la réflexion sur la façon d'initier une production artistique plus durable, ainsi que sur ses possibilités d'être un véhicule de...Read more
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The performing arts scene is ever more involved in reflecting on how to initiate a better sustainable artistic production, as well as on its possibilities to be a vehicle for spreading the awareness...Read more
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Following the “Make culture central in the EU recovery” open letter we published and endorsed on 30 October 2020 together with 109 other pan-European cultural networks, our group comes together again in a second letter to reiterate our call to the national governments and the European Commission to secure a future for culture and cultural life in Europe.
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.
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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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 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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