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Follow where On the Move has been and will be throughout 2018 as a speaker, facilitator, evaluator, adviser, participant etc.
Mobility Information Points (MIP) are information centres and/or websites in several European countries, and one in the USA, who aim to tackle administrative challenges that artists and cultural professionals can face when working across borders. Relevant issues can be around visas, social security, taxation, customs etc. Know more about them and other resources to ease your mobility.
The EU funded project, European Theatre Lab, co-ordinated by European Theatre Convention, published two final publications to share its experiences and learning to the wider theatre communities and interested professionals: 1) Digital theatre a casebook and 2) Drama goes digital vs Theatre invades digital — Suggestions and recommendations for publicly funded theatres, policymakers and funders at the local, national and European level. On the Move was associated to the evaluation of this project.
IN SITU is the European network specifically focused on artistic creation in public space. This document is based on the final report of IN SITU Platform sent to the European Commission in January 2018. Highlights include: Anticipated impacts from the IN SITU Platform evaluation framework; Feedback from IN SITU partners and participating artists; Observations from key events over the course of IN SITU, including: Travellings in 2015, 2016 and 2017 in Marseille and the Emerging Lab in Hull in 2017. This document has been done in partnership with On the Move as part of its evaluation contribution.
Policy Lab: Cities, culture and climate change: practices, models and future actions (Leeuwarden-Friesland 2018)
An event organised by On the Move, part of the EU funded project, Creative Climate Leadership and hosted by Leeuwarden-Friesland 2018, European Capital of Culture. This event co-organised in partnership between On the Move and Julie's Bicycle, with the support of the European Cultural Foundation and UCLG-Culture Committee, will gather speakers and contributors from: ECOC representatives (Leeuwarden-Friesland 2018 and Eleusis 2021), Julie's Bicycle, DutchCulture/TransArtists, Welcome to the Village, Oerol Festival, Recycle Art Festival (Russia), COAL (France).
In collaboration with On the Move and DutchCulture, IETM has published a new Toolkit for fairer international collaborations, written by Mike van Graan. The publication explores why and how artists and cultural professionals can adopt a more equitable approach to international and intercultural collaborations. La publication 'Au delà de la curiosité et du désir d’ailleurs : vers des engagements artistiques internationaux plus équitables' est également disponible en français.
Polo Cultural Gaivotas Boavista welcomed on 22-24 May in Lisbon On the Move's members for the network's General Assembly and related meetings. You can see the photos taken during the event and still watch the video of the public session (thanks to OTM member, Howlround).
While preparing On the Move's participation in a public panel related to touring world musicians and visa issues - as part of WOMEX 13 (Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom) -, we realised that it would be relevant to have a specific page to gather different information portals/organisations which can be useful in the time of visa applications or to report problems and obstacles. Check this regularly updated list and contact us to share other relevant information!
With 70 other organisation in the cultural and creative sector, On the Move signed and sent an open letter to EU institutions urging them to give a significant boost to the EU budget dedicated to culture. The letter was issued by IMPALA (Independent Music Companies Association) and calls on the EU to double the budget allocated to the successor of Creative Europe, the EU’s programme dedicated to the cultural sectors, and ensure these sectors also have access to other sources of EU funding.
This toolkit initiated by the European Network of Cultural Centres (ENCC) in partnership with Dagna Gmitrowicz and On the Move will embark you on the different steps of development of your evaluation through information, advice and exercises. A special thank you for their contribution and feedback to Jordi Baltà, Elena Di Federico, Maïa Sert and Fanny Bordier. Coordination & editing: Kasia Skowron, Ioana Crugel, Marie Le Sourd and Lucie Perineau, Graphic design: Lucie Perineau & Marine Domec, Illustrations: Lucie Perineau.
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Art Moves Africa, le British Council et On the Move sont ravis de présenter l'édition 2018 du Guide des financements de la mobilité pour les artistes et les professionnels de la culture – Afrique. Ce guide reçoit également le soutien du Ministère français de la Culture pour sa version française.
Art Moves Africa, the British Council and On the Move are very pleased to present the 2018 edition of the Cultural Mobility Funding Guide for Artists and Cultural Professionals – Africa. The French version of the guide is supported by the Ministry of Culture of France.
This open consultation has been developed by On the Move, the cultural mobility information network active in Europe and internationally. This survey is for individuals and organisations. It will take approximately 15 minutes to answer. All answers will be anonymized. We will share the results of our survey publicly in spring 2018. The questions are written in English, but answers can also be provided in English, French, Spanish and Italian. Share your thoughts and your needs before the 20th February 2018!
Post-2020 Multiannual Financial Framework: Call for a substantial and meaningful support for culture and the arts as generators of an EU added value
Having followed the Commission’s high-level conference on the future MFF-framework on 8-9 January 2018 as well as discussions in the European Parliament, the European Alliance for Culture and the Arts calls on the European institutions and Members States to ensure substantial support for culture, the arts and heritage within the post-2020 Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF). On the Move part of the European Alliance for Culture and the Arts supports this call.