Sector: Performing Arts

Art Will Save Us

An archive of contemporary art in times of crisis. Live – performances by contemporary artists.

FORMEVISIVE – A web channel to react and to keep art alive

8 actors of the company Formediterre have been working for a little more than 1 month, from their homes, to generate over 85 original and unpublished online content, using the theatrical language but making the works specific for the use through the web.

European Creative Lab

Aktionstheater PAN.OPTIKUM – a collective of artists – moved its activities from analogue to digital and launched the ‘European Creative Lab’ with partners and friends from all over Europe.

Towards Vivencia Summer Intensive

Towards Vivencia contributes with its expertise in online training to help all the artists who are stoically enduring the necessary restrictions imposed worldwide.

XXI Cerveira International Art Biennial

The Cerveira International Art Biennial takes place in Vila Nova de Ceveira (North of Portugal), it is one of the most outstanding festivals of visual arts and is an important event for the national and international artistic culture.

Kammeroper Salzburg

The Kammeroper Salzburg is a free opera ensemble founded during the Corona-crises, based in Austria.

A Confined Place – The Blog

A blog – part of A Confined Place project- which invites the participants to reflect their experience with the places they are living in the time of confinement.

A Confined Place – Open call

“A Confined Place” -carried out within the Creative Europe “A-Place” project- is a programme of activities to strengthen the sense of place in the times of confinement.

Immunity of the Arts Vol.2

A discussion about the massive digital shift happening in the cultural world during the current global health crisis (COVID-19), initiated by Master Performing Public Space.,

Union des Théâtres de l’Europe (UTE)

The Union des Théâtres de l’Europe unites 34 members, amongst which 16 major theatres with national and international influence from all over Europe and beyond. An alliance of European theatres combining artistic and political goals, and using existing artistic platforms in order to strengthen professional exchange and to promote an open Europe of culture.

European Theatre Convention (ETC)

As the largest network of public theatres in Europe, the ETC has about 40 European Members from over 20 countries, reflecting the diversity of Europe’s vibrant cultural sector. Founded in 1988, the ETC promotes European theatre as a vital platform for dialogue, democracy and interaction that responds to, reflects and engages with today’s diverse audiences and changing societies.