28 mars 2019 - 31 mars 2019
28 mars 2019 - 31 mars 2019

Les producteurs au milieu


Les arts du spectacle sont un écosystème qui n’est durable que si l’on renforce tous les maillons de la chaîne de création. Au milieu de cette chaîne de producteurs existe un pont séparant les artistes et sociétés d’un côté, et les salles et festivals de l’autre.

Malgré cela, les producteurs ne sont pas traités avec autant d’égard que les artistes ou programmateurs. Comment pouvons-nous garantir un statut valable à cette profession ? Un statut qui les inclut avec confiance à la chaîne de création, empêchant une opposition entre l’artiste et le business, et qui incite une compétition saine ?

Dans cette discussion en table ronde, nous nous livrerons à une réflexion sur la manière dont nous pouvons créer un espace pour que les producteurs partagent les pratiques inhérentes à ce métier parfois solitaire.

Veuillez consulter l'accessibilité de ce lieu ici.

Maritime Museum - The Courtroom
Queen Victoria Square
United Kingdom
29 mars, 2019 - 11:30 - 13:30

Share your ideas


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This session will have 3 parts:

First - we'll open with introductions to your three moderators (that's us above) and let you know how we've interpreted the title/provocation. We're open to alternative viewpoints and will welcome them here to see which of us can absorb new ideas into our individual conversations. We'll spend around 15 minutes doing this.

Second - we'll break off into three groups to discuss the following:

1) Let's get practical: What do you need? What problems and challenges are you facing that you think this network could bring you? Let's share experiences and resources to learn from each other as producers. (Facilitated by Clara).

2) Let's imagine the future: How can we go beyond the inherited models and structures, and tackle the opportunity we have to invent how we work? Can we be proactive in shaping how we do things, rather than always re-active? (Facilitated by Katja)

3) Let’s Get Personal: As a producer, why does who we are and where we come from matter?  Can we be upfront about our personal attributes to show how they compliment our professional skills to truly define the value of producers? Sitting in that void between Diversity and Inclusivity, we'll talk about the human stuff, the baggage and the experiences that influence what we make and how we make it. (Facilitated by Raidene).

We'll be in groups for around 75minutes, and people will be free to get stuck in, or float between all three conversations.

Third - We'll convene again as one big group to feedback any key outcomes and reflect on the topic again ahead of (hopefully) defining some tangible ideas and actions to take away.

We'd love to know what you think, or if you have any interesting resources or examples of activity that speak to any of our discussion points, particularly from beyond the UK.

Floors open!


Posté il y a 11 mois 2 semaines
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Before diving in this very interesting session, here is some food for thoughts from Munich's International producing organisations: soon the end of the competition (?) session:

Posté il y a 11 mois 2 semaines
image of Raidene Carter

Thanks Victor,

I'll take a read!


Posté il y a 11 mois 4 jours