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Les « thèmes » sont un flux de ressources générées ou créés par le personnel de l’IETM et par nos membres. Les sujets mis en avant nous semblent actuellement essentiels pour le secteur des arts du spectacle : la relation avec le public, les politiques culturelles de l'UE, la diversité et l’intégration, la durabilité du secteur, la valeur des arts dans la société, et les divers paradigmes, défis et aspirations qui sont vécus aux quatre coins du monde.

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Plenty Productions shares its experience of developing new audiences for its show Snakes and Ladders through outreach and targeted marketing activity. An interesting read to learn how to engage Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) audiences, involving communities in touring productions, and developing audiences for touring productions.
The live performance sector - that is still today the main source of employment for performers throughout the world - is a very dynamic one. It has existed for centuries and has always been able to adapt. The pressures it is now confronted with are largely driven by the crisis-ridden global economic context and the expansion of IT and its related new technologies. This document reveals the numerous challenges that need to be overcome. This report presents the results of a survey conducted by tFIA (International Federation of Actors) in summer 2014. It is based on an online questionnaire that...
Using performers with disabilities brings a layer of authenticity that you don’t have to go searching for.
Partnering is about "collaborating to create a bigger cake rather than competing to get a smaller slice of a smaller cake" - this UK study explains how it works. For UK cultural organisations of all sizes, multiple partnerships are now a fact of life. The term "partnership" is widely used, yet ubiquitous. This Enquiry presents a new taxonomy of relationships that tries to capture their ecology, based on the evidence gathered from 94 organisations across the country. The art of partnering is the final report of a Cultural Enquiry by King's College, London in collaboration with the BBC, which...
Este informe, encargado por el Observatorio de la Artes Escénicas Aplicadas (Instituto del Teatro, Barcelona), propone un diagnóstico sobre la situación de las artes escénicas aplicadas en Cataluña. Los objetivos de este informe son los siguientes: · Definir las características y analizar la situación actual de las entidades e instituciones que trabajan en el ámbito de las artes escénicas aplicadas a la comunidad, la educación y la salud, mediante un estudio de diagnóstico centrado en Cataluña pero que tome en consideración tendencias y algunas referencias significativas observadas en el...
Paul Steele from First Art shares his ten top tips for live streaming an arts event
The arrival and presence of refugees in Europe remains a critical issue. The policies of national and supranational governmental organizations are by and large ineffective and often hostile. Self-organizing grass-root initiatives of citizens in many different European cities and across countries have endeavoured to compensate for what the political ruling class is failing to do.
How can such a vivid art form, that means so much to the people who actually get to see it, also be so limited in its reach; so incapable of causing even the smallest cultural ripple?
In the past two years, several members of The Freedom Theatre (a theatre and cultural centre in Jenin Refugee Camp, occupied Palestine) have been unable to travel due to either denied visas or denied entry/exit by border officials. The Freedom Theatre senior staff member Mustafa Sheta was recently denied exit by Israeli border authorities to attend a visa appointment at the US Embassy in Amman. Third-year acting student Osama Al Azzeh was denied entry by Jordanian border authorities to participate in community theatre performances in refugee camps. In the past two years, several members of...
Freemuse's INSIGHT is a series of articles providing readers with analytical stories on censorship of the arts and in-depth interviews with censored artists or/and cultural producers. The 2015 compilation covers 11 countries and topics as diverse as Syrian art in the diaspora, Punk music and Shari’a, art under threat in Sweden and Russia, the challenges of promoting co-existence through art in Paris and the use of the N-word in arts. A useful read, to complete Freemuse's annual statistics on violations of artistic freedom of expression (on their website as well).

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