Sustainability

How to make a living as an artist? How to survive as an arts organisation?

As we continue struggle out of the crisis, we must give ourselves a chance; not for survival, but for success.  

To start with, let's reassess our professional strategies and business models. How do we use our potential and our resources? How do we contribute to the sustainability of the environment we work and live in? What does sustainability in the arts mean and how to achieve it? And what role can the arts play in that wider issue: helping to save the planet, the environment we live and work in?

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There is constant criticism of bodies who fund art. Artists often feel that they are speaking a different language to funders. This IETM Hull report features some concrete ideas on how funding systems could be better aligned with artists' needs.
This research report is written as part of a four-year collaboration project Creative Lenses. It highlights research findings on the use of business model concept in arts and cultural organisations. It also sheds light on the dynamics of business model change in the sector and the role of institutional logic in these processes.
Projecte Ingenu is an independent theatre company from Catalonia, Spain. The company’s vision resides in the idea of “slow theatre”.
Kaapeli is a company that runs two cultural centres based in former factory buildings in Helsinki.
The following report studies Manifatture Knos , an independent cultural centre from Southern Italy.
ODC Ensemble is an independent performing arts organisation from Athens with a strong sense of artistic integrity prioritising content over profit.
P60 is a well-established music venue in Amstelveen, a suburb of Amsterdam organizing concerts, club nights and other activities.
Patricia Pardo Company is a small performing arts company from Spain with strong political agenda and beliefs.
Truc Sphérique is a non-governmental cultural organisation from Žilina, Slovakia, that has long relied on value-driven economy prioritising autonomy of its staff over a structure.
Village Underground is an independent cultural venue based in East London, which, despite its long-running history of success, has been recently facing new challenges.

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