Connecting the Separated – Reopening European Theatres
Connecting the Separated – Reopening European Theatres
Europe-wide dialogue for coordinated actions to unlock theatres.
Sensorium is a digital arts & culture festival and platform building a thoughtful and foresightful society.
Rhymes, stories and visual suggestions recited, read and made in homage to Gianni Rodari, one of the world’s largest children’s authors, born just 100 years ago, are presented in a fun and educational way for the children.
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Formediterre have been working for a little more than 1 month, from their homes, to generate over 85 original and unpublished online content, using the theatrical language but making the works specific for the use through the web.
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.
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.
CINARS took the initiative of launching an extensive worldwide study, using its contact network
estimated at more than 30,000 professionals.
The SOCIAL DISTANCING ART FESTIVAL – SODA is a platform for international fine arts and performance arts
Live sessions with great artists sharing ART from their homes, balconies & rooftops (Re) connecting with musical emotions.
The Kammeroper Salzburg is a free opera ensemble founded during the Corona-crises, based in Austria.
The Creative Hub program comes to support the creative industries by giving a space for creative content which can be appreciated as well by parents and children that look to spend their free time with creative ideas.
Live streaming concerts as a form of musical expression and a medium of recognition during the COVID-19.
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” -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.
A digital concert space in order to support artists by providing a studio to perform and to have an opportunity to earn their income during the COVID-19 crisis.
This report compiles 7 key points covering the concerns with digitalisation and how to go about it effectively.
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,
Sign the petition here, by Avaaz.org.
The Joint Film and Audiovisual Sector statement regarding the COVID-19 pandemic co-signed by AEPO-ARTIS on 7 April continues to gather further signatories. As at 23 April, the
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.
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.
FIA is a well-established and experienced trade union organisation aiming to promote decent terms and conditions, despite the fast pace of technological change and the many challenges posed by an increasingly globalised and mobile industry.
AEPO-ARTIS is a non-profit making organisation that represents 36 European performers’ collective management organisations from 26 different countries. The main objectives of AEPO-ARTIS are to develop, strengthen and protect performers’ rights as well as to highlight the contribution that performers make to Europe’s rich and diverse cultural sector.
AEAA was founded by a group of artist managers, concert agents and impresarios from six European countries in December 1947. Originally called “Association Européene des Directeurs des Bureaux de Concerts et Spectacles” it was co-founded in Paris aiming to maintain exchanges and positive relations.
The IMZ International Music + Media Centre is the international business network
dedicated to the promotion of the performing arts through audiovisual media.
By customised services, activities, programmes and resources IMZ aims to help to create, trade,
coproduce, distribute, broadcast and stream music + dance films worldwide.
SACD’s emergency measures for all those who have been affected because of the coronavirus crisis. (France)
The Arts Council of Northern Ireland (Monday 27th April) opened a funding programme to support artists and performers during the COVID-19 crisis. More information here.
The performing arts sector has been deeply impacted by the current COVID-19 crisis. At the dawn of lockdown measures taken by governments across the globe,
Created in 1991, Pearle * – Live Performance Europe is the ‘Performing Arts Employers Association League Europe’, the European Federation of Music and Live Performance Organisations. Pearle * represents through its members more than 10,000 managers or theaters, concert venues, theater production companies, orchestras, operas, ballet and dance companies, festivals, promoters and other professional organisations in the performing arts in Europe.