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.
This third episode of the Rewiring the network for the twenties series evaluates the results of our most recent survey and maps the concerns withen our sector.
The second episode of the series flashes back to past achievements of IETM since its misty origins in the early eighties, until now, and the conditions for the success.
In the face of the COVID-19 crisis, we call on the national governments to take measures to safeguard the long-term viability of the cultural and creative sectors.
In response to the current COVID-19 crisis, ISACS circulated a survey among their members to ascertain the impact of same on their livelihoods.
Le secteur des arts du spectacle a été profondément frappé par la crise actuelle du COVID-19. À l'aube des mesures de confinement prises par les gouvernements du monde entier, nous avons fait...Read more
The performing arts sector has been deeply impacted by the current COVID-19 crisis. At the dawn of lockdown measures taken by governments across the globe, we have circulated a survey among our...Read more
This new Fresh Perspectives highlights the valuable contribution contemporary arts have in non-urban areas and brings the views of three experts on sustainable ways to improve conditions for artists...Read more

Beyond the urban - Contemporary arts and culture as key to sustainable territories

Despite their vital importance in the cultural landscape, arts and cultural practices outside urban centres lack recognition at the EU policy level. 

Together with Cultural Action Europe, the European Network of Cultural Centres and Trans Europe Halles, we launched a joint advocacy project to raise the visibility of culture happening in territories beyond urban centres.


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