23 novembre 2017 - 26 novembre 2017
23 novembre 2017 - 26 novembre 2017
 

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En stimulant les échanges multilatéraux, les réunions de l’IETM ont donné naissance à de nombreuses alliances artistiques, des partenariats internationaux et des projets financés par l'UE. Pourquoi ne pas présenter ces initiatives inspirantes aux membres et aux autres participants de la réunion? Lors de cette session, 4 présélectionnés projets financés par l'UE seront développés durant 20 minutes chacun. Showroom sera l’occasion  de découvrir les meilleures pratiques et les exemples de réussite, ainsi que d'identifier et de questionner les nouvelles pratiques de coopération.

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24 novembre, 2017 - 16:15 - 18:00

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Power of Diversity – the Crossing Lines project (2015 – 2018)
is an EU-wide project for performances in the public space.
One of its results is a new international ensemble, made up of participants from the site-specific productions initiated by the partners from 2015 to 2017.
In this first phase of the project, productions for the public space were created for festivals of the ten partners in eight European countries. These performances have been developed in the corresponding cities with a focus on that city’s history, location or some other special characteristic.
Between 15 and 40 young adults from the each city worked with the artistic direction team to develop a production in approximately two weeks’ time. They presented then this production within the scope of a festival or special framework programme. In addition to the forms typical for this genre (such as acrobatics and theatre), the medium of expression for the productions is primarily hip-hop, and rap (poetry slam) since the competition mainly targets young people who belong to social strata in which education and theatre culture is not given high priority.
Up to three participants from each of the ten partner cities were chosen and invited to come to Freiburg in June/July 2017 for an intensive production phase.
On July 28th 2017 the large-scale venue production CROSSING LINES had its premiere in Freiburg visited by an audience of more than 3000 people. This production travelled then to the partners in Denmark and UK and will be taken on tour to all the other partners in 2018. The partners are:
Barentsspektakel in Kirkenes/N,
Temudas Festival Las Palmas de Gran Canaria/E,
Teatromania, Bytom/PL,
Teatrul National “Radu Stanca” Sibiu/RO,
Deventer op Stelten, Deventer/NL,
Corn Exchange Trust, Newbury/UK,
Passage Festival, Helsingør/DK,
Creative foundation, Folkestone/UK
and the Gerhart-Hauptmann-Theater Görlitz-Zittau.
Associated partner: Hochschule für Musik, Freiburg

Posté il y a 1 année 10 mois
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IN SITU - The European Platform for Artistic Creation in Public Space

Together, the members of IN SITU, a group of programmers who are passionate about new forms of art and public space, reach close to one million spectators and have 14 years of shared experience. The platform, coordinated by Lieux Publics, European centre for creation, ambitions to be the European tool for the structuration of artistic creation in public space.

The expertise and activities of IN SITU covers scouting and promotion of artists, organisation of project laboratories and incubators, co-productions and promotion of emerging creations, organisation of conferences and seminars, etc.

To date, IN SITU has supported over 180 European artists. It gathers 20 partners from 12 countries from as many practical and aesthetic backgrounds which all contribute something vital to the network. Whether members come from a sprawling metropolis or a rural area, whether they are seeking to rehabilitate industrial wasteland or redesign landscapes, the goal is always to serve artists working with, in and for public space. In that sense, IN SITU develops an ecology of creation that connects artistic works, players involved in creation and the economic, political and social realities in Europe.

IN SITU ACT members:
 Artopolis PLACCC Festival (HU), Atelier 231 (FR), CIFAS (BE),

4+4 Days in Motion (CZ), FAI-AR (FR), Freedom Festival (UK), Kimmel Center (US), Metropolis (DK), La Paperie (FR), La Strada Graz (AT), Les Tombées de la Nuit (FR), Lieux publics (FR),

Norfolk & Norwich Festival (UK), Theater op de Markt (BE), Teatri ODA (XK), On the Move (BE), Østfold kulturutvikling (NO), Oerol Festival (NL), Terni Festival (IT), UZ Arts (UK).

Posté il y a 1 année 10 mois
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THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MIGRANTS is an artistic project which gathers 400 migrants’ life stories into a single encyclopedia. This work continues that which multi-disciplinary project leader and artist Paloma Fernández Sobrino has been doing in collecting stories from the Le Blosne district of Rennes (France) since 2007. In 2014, she invited L’âge de la tortue to continue down the path she had started, yet covering far more ground, so that we could produce an iconic object: an encyclopedia. The artistic concept behind this project is to re-interpret the original Encyclopedia of Diderot and d’Alembert : reproducing the shape (a large book, leather covered with gold letters) but replacing the scientific content by private histories.

What makes The Encyclopedia of migrants special is its ability to pose questions concerning migration using a sensitive, personal approach, with “distance” as its overarching theme. Each migrant was asked to compose a handwritten letter to someone in their home country (usually in their native language) and in doing so answer the following questions: how has moving far away from home affected you, and how has leaving your country changed the way you see the world?

The team chose to roll out the project in a specific area, namely Europe’s Atlantic seafront. As of 2015, eight partner cities spread across the Finistère region of Brittany all the way to Gibraltar gathered around our innovative encyclopedia: these were Brest, Rennes, Nantes, Gijón, Porto, Lisbon, Cadiz and Gibraltar. This was a cooperative European project from its inception, with each city becoming a custodian of a hard copy of the Encyclopedia. The partners involved in creating the project were responsible, at a local level, for not only publically presenting the Encyclopedia, but also for promoting it by developing a longer term dynamic involving exhibitions, readings, debates and related projects, as well as any further initiatives they wish to launch or support.

Posté il y a 1 année 10 mois
image of Antoine CHAUDET

THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MIGRANTS is an artistic project which gathers 400 migrants’ life stories into a single encyclopedia. This work continues that which multi-disciplinary project leader and artist Paloma Fernández Sobrino has been doing in collecting stories from the Le Blosne district of Rennes (France) since 2007. In 2014, she invited L’âge de la tortue to continue down the path she had started, yet covering far more ground, so that we could produce an iconic object: an encyclopedia. The artistic concept behind this project is to re-interpret the original Encyclopedia of Diderot and d’Alembert : reproducing the shape (a large book, leather covered with gold letters) but replacing the scientific content by private histories.

What makes The Encyclopedia of migrants special is its ability to pose questions concerning migration using a sensitive, personal approach, with “distance” as its overarching theme. Each migrant was asked to compose a handwritten letter to someone in their home country (usually in their native language) and in doing so answer the following questions: how has moving far away from home affected you, and how has leaving your country changed the way you see the world?

The team chose to roll out the project in a specific area, namely Europe’s Atlantic seafront. As of 2015, eight partner cities spread across the Finistère region of Brittany all the way to Gibraltar gathered around our innovative encyclopedia: these were Brest, Rennes, Nantes, Gijón, Porto, Lisbon, Cadiz and Gibraltar. This was a cooperative European project from its inception, with each city becoming a custodian of a hard copy of the Encyclopedia. The partners involved in creating the project were responsible, at a local level, for not only publically presenting the Encyclopedia, but also for promoting it by developing a longer term dynamic involving exhibitions, readings, debates and related projects, as well as any further initiatives they wish to launch or support.

Posté il y a 1 année 10 mois
image of Lindsay BRADSHAW

European Outdoor Arts Academy – School of Spectacle training is a network of leading cultural organisations in four smaller ECoC host and candidate cities (Pafos, Plovdiv, Kaunas, Limerick) and one UK city (Salford), that are looking to democratise the cultural expertise of outdoor arts spectacle.

Current smaller European Capital of Culture cities have identified, through their network, a clear skills gap that needs to be addressed in order for them to deliver the type of ECoC outdoor arts spectacle event that attracts wider audiences from both their community and across Europe.

School of Spectacle identifies a means by which outdoor arts can be democratised, and made more readily available to smaller less economically active cities by piloting a model of outdoor arts capacity building training and education to small ECoC city talent bases, small ECoC candidate cities and small cities considering ECoC candidacy.

The Academy is delivering five ‘School of Spectacle’ training schools, which are being presented in four partner cities (Pafos, Plovdiv, Kaunas, Limerick). Each school is bringing up to 25 creative practitioners together from the six partner cities / countries (UK, Greece, Bulgaria, Ireland, Cyprus, Lithuania), to gain both skills and experience in creating an outdoor arts event. The schools are delivered by a team of outdoor arts experts drawn from across the core partnership.

This model allows the partners to share their expertise across the network, in order to grow the talent base of the partner cities. It thus lends itself to a much stronger legacy of major event delivery once their ECoC is over, that will continue to service their newly engaged audiences.

c/o Alexander Neidert
Project Manager, School of Spectacle
Walk the Plank
Email: [email protected]

Posté il y a 1 année 10 mois