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Réseau en scène Languedoc-Roussillon a mis en place pour l'année 2016 un partenariat avec On the Move afin de renforcer l’accompagnement proposé aux professionnels du spectacle vivant du Languedoc-Roussillon, notamment sur les questions de mobilité internationale.
IETM, international network for the performing arts, shares its new publication Art for the Planet’s Sake that looks at how contemporary arts tackle environmental issues in terms of artistic contents, managerial practices and venues management. A publication in partnership with COAL, Coalition for Arts and Sustainable Development, Paris. La publication: L'art pour le bien de la planète est également disponible en français.
The GALA funding guide is a first inventory of public and private, international, European, national, regional and local funds, calls and initiatives that can support arts and culture projects on environmental sustainability. The research was coordinated by On the Move with the support from COAL, Coalition for art and sustainable development.
The FUND-FINDER, A Guide to funding opportunities for arts and culture in Europe, beyond Creative Europe
This new IETM publication - coordinated by On the Move - provides a detailed and easy-to-read overview of public and private funding opportunities for the arts and culture in Europe and beyond: it provides a comprehensive list of funding programmes at national, regional and local level and describes in a simple and clear language how artistic and cultural projects can fit with the objectives of several EU funding programmes other than Creative Europe.
ArtCOP21 stages city-wide cultural events that address climate as a people challenge and work to create a cultural blueprint of positive and sustainable change during the COP21 in Paris. On the Move is one of the main co-organisers of the ArtCOP21 Professional Workshop on 3-4 December in Paris.
Guide to funding opportunities for the international mobility of artists and cultural professionals -USA
The guide is online! Check it out!
Because of the rejection of the European Commission to fund On the Move (OTM) for the three years to come, OTM had to fully re-think its strategy of development. Beyond the fact that OTM secretariat is still, to this date, functioning on a voluntary basis, some new positive developments can be shared, in terms of memberships, new partnerships and overall diversification of funding sources for OTM. Check the latest news and become maybe one of our new partners or supporters!
Check the 2015 events On the Move was associated with (co-organisation, facilitation etc.)
From September 1st, 2014 On the Move is facing a period of re-thinking and restructuring: there is no permanent staff working for OTM until further notice, and only basic activities are carried out on a voluntary basis. Read more about why and what happens next...
EENC Report - Artists’ mobility and Administrative Practices related to Social Security and Taxation in the European Union (EU)
The report maps the obstacles, in the fields of social security and taxation, which artists and cultural professionals face when they are mobile or seek to be mobile in the EU. It also introduces a typology of identified obstacles, includes an analysis of the impact of recent legislative and regulatory developments and presents a set of good administrative practices. Resources (documents, info-points etc.) are listed pages 59-65.
On the Move participated on 19-20 June in Brussels in the two-day seminar on Artists' mobility, social security and taxation in the EU convened by the European commission - DG Education and Culture. OTM was commissioned, via the EENC network, to prepare an analytical report on the issue, which served as the background document of the event and was completed with the experts inputs from Pearle*.
Training and Information sessions for and with OTM member organisations and Asian delegates in Luxemburg
Following the successful experience of 2012, the Agence Luxembourgeoise d' Action Culturelle welcomed again On the Move and its members for a training on communication strategies and the use of social media for cultural mobility, held in Luxemburg on 17 June 2014. The training, attended by with OTM members and selected Asian organisations, was followed by two days of interactions and meetings on cultural mobility with the Luxemburgish cultural sector (18-19 June). The report and the follow-up notes are now available!
Find out what we're working on in July-August 2014, including a special issue of the monthly newsletter and our new Twitter account!
Access and Reciprocity: A brainstorming meeting with cultural mobility stakeholders in Melbourne (Australia)
Funding models for mobility today face a lot of challenges - old and new. On the Move facilitated a meeting of mobility funders and stakeholders from Asia, Europe and Australia gathering in Melbourne to discuss the issues of access and reciprocity in connection with artists' mobility. Following the proposal by the Australia Council for the Arts, this meeting was co-organised on 12 May 2014 with Res Artis and Asialink in the frame of IETM Asia Satellite Meeting in Melbourne, Australia. Find the programme, report, list of participants and PowerPoint presentations online!
Guide to mobility funding opportunities - Focus on 13 Arab countries - new OTM-AEF-KAMS publication!
On the Move and the Arab Education Forum launch the online "Guide to funding opportunities for the international mobility of artists and culture professionals: Focus on 13 Arab countries". This guide is supported by KAMS - Korea Arts Management Service, and was carried out in cooperation with the Jordanian Hashemite Fund For Human Development and the Queed Zein Al- Sharaf Institute for Development.