Support and advice for anybody in the theatre industry.
Support and advice for anybody in the theatre industry.
Heidelberg launched a solidarity programme “Solo Fantastico” for freelance artists.
An initiative where artists and creative workers from UNESCO Creative Cities Network respond to global crisis with video messages.
“Coronline” is a project of the city of Heidelberg to support Heidelberg’s economy and culture during the COVID-19 crisis.
In focus: Impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the performing arts and perspectives for the sector.
Part of the IN SITU ACT DAYS program, a Live Talk Session on Friday, 9 October 2020, 11 a.m. (CEST, UTC +2) about working in public space during these trouble times of global pandemic and social distancing.
A report on how the pandemic has affected the artists and how the state’ support has reached out to the professional artists.
Through Together Alone open call, The Finnish Institutes’ network seeked artistic proposals related to the state of emergency, radical change, resilience, artistic practice in the future. At the same time the project acts as a documentation of one of the major social upheavals, gives the artists an opportunity to reflect it through their work, rethink ways of outreach and develop new practices.
The Global Nighttime Recovery Plan is a collaborative, practical guide for cities.
Space for Learning: Covid Secure guidance for museums, galleries, heritage and performing arts sites
With Theatres across Scotland sitting empty, festivals postponed and missing audiences – where do the theatre makers go from here?
A new initiative to support its members in this time of unprecedented challenge due to COVID-19. The Shared Recovery Programme will combine peer-to-peer solutions with tailor-cut expert support.
Now that the COVID-19 emergency measures have been uplifted, the Ministry for the National
Heritage, the Arts and Local Government in full collaboration with the Malta Arts Council, is
publishing the COVID-19 Tranistion Guidelines for artistic productions held in established
indoor and outdoor theatres.
Following the European Parliament CULT Committee’s meeting with the German Presidency of the Council of the EU on the 1st of September and in the run up to the vote on the Parliament’s resolution on “Cultural recovery of Europe”, IETM calls on the European institutions and the Member States to pay attention to the some issues.
Launching on Friday April 3rd, United We Stream broadcasts a diverse blend of entertainment and creative content on one free online platform.
In light of the Covid-19 crisis, the Liveurope members issued the following statement to reaffirm their commitment to continue working together to boost the circulation of Europe’s rich musical diversity and highlight the unique role venues can take in reviving the European music ecosystem.
24 – 25 September, live from Europe’s best venues.
An initiative by Bandcamp where the Bandcamp community showed up in a massive way, spending $4.3 million on music and merch—15x the amount of a normal Friday— helping artists cover rents, mortgages, groceries, medications, and so much more.
From 2 September until 30 October, weekdays at 13.00, 30-minute free performances will allow visitors to soak up the new garden.
Silent Uproar, the supported company of Hull Truck Theatre, is launching a new supporting program for writers in the North of England.
Join the Artist is the online platform that enables artists, practising any artistic discipline, to get in contact with their fans through DIY events, exhibitions and workshops, organized by the artists, on site or online.
A call to foster creation aimed at local cultural agents and artists so that they can continue carrying out their processes and research affected by the COVID-19 crisis.
Ahead of the next European Council meeting (17-18 July), 45 leading European cultural figures issued a call for the EU to “be bold and to invest in culture and the arts, to invest in all our creative futures.”
Red Noses Lithuania created a virtual “Clown Line” for hospitals and they also hurried to connect with the Seniors’ Social Care House in Vilnius.
Neverthere and Bath Spa Productions are offering free places for Emerging Artists workshop to explore how digital technologies can be harnessed in the making of live performance in this digital residency.
On 11 June 2020, the European Theatre Convention hosted this international discussion between artists, directors and key stakeholders of the theatre sector.
Polish theatrical life underwent enormous changes during the time of COVID-19. Its attempts
and ability to cope with such changes to proceed as usual is the subject of research initiated by
the Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute (ZRTI). The first phase of this multi-layered inquiry
was launched in May 2020.
The Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute deals with documentation, promotion and animation of Polish theatrical life. It supports educational projects, research, and acts as publisher. The Institute manages the largest archive of theatre related documents in Poland, maintains a library, houses a specialist bookshop PROSPERO, and runs a theatre studio where presentations are open to the public.
EDN is a network for trust and cooperation between European dancehouses sharing a common vision regarding the development of dance art across borders.
The results of the survey launched by Circostrada Network to measure and report on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic within the circus and street arts sectors.