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As a part of its advocacy activities for better conditions for the international mobility of artists and cultural professionals, On the Move (OTM) tackles visa issues: on this crucial theme we organised a training workshop in November, 15th- 16th in Brussels focused to Schengen visas. The results of this workshop form the core of this report, that presents specific obstacles faced by mobile artists, confronts theory and practice, and suggests concrete solutions. Mobility happens anyway: let’s make it happen better!
We must ask ourselves, why is European citizenship not a topic of discussion in our cafes, schools, parks, museums, the places of everyday life? And the next question then is: what is the role of culture in the political integration process in Europe and what is cultural citizenship exactly? This compilation of articles is an attempt to start answering these questions.
La Guida alla mobilità "verde" (ecosostenibile) per lo spettacolo dal vivo, commissionata da On the Move agli esperti di questioni ambientali del gruppo Julie's Bicycle nel 2011, è ora disponibile in italiano (oltre che in inglese, francese, tedesco e cinese)! Una guida pratica per tutti i professionisti dello spettacolo dal vivo interessati a capire e ridurre gli impatti ambientali degli spettacoli, in particolare in caso di tournée. La traduzione italiana è stata realizzata nel 2012 con il contributo di CREAttIVITÀ, un progetto promosso dall'associazione C'era l'acca e finanziato dalla Regione Piemonte.
On the Move, in collaboration with its members and with the support of the Hippocrène Foundation, has prepared this agile guide with "tips & links" for your mobility experience. From understanding what "mobility" means to browsing the right links, from packing you suitcase to staying in touch with the great people you met: 10 "golden rules" to make the most of an experience abroad - no matter when, where and how long. Free download - in English, French, Italian and German! (last update: December 2013)
Do you need some fresh air in your everyday practices at work? Are you looking for new ways to exchange ideas and learn from your colleagues? Would you grab an opportunity to get inspired, share, talk or just watch documentaries with your colleagues half a day per week? Do you think that cooking or skiing regularly with your staff could improve the way information is shared in your organisation? If your answer to each of these questions is yes, then IETM’s new publication is for you!
Open Method of Coordination groups in the field of Culture (European Commission): 2012 report on Cultural Heritage including mobility of collections
In September 2012 the expert group working on the priority D "Cultural Heritage including mobility of collections" presented a report and a toolkit on practical ways of reducing the cost of lending and borrowing of cultural objects between Member States of the European Union, containing recommendations and practical advice for national authorities and museum professionals.
How can Europe make clear what it stands for? How can Europe show that it goes beyond words and takes action? What are the advantages of a common European foreign cultural policy? And how can Europe benefit from its specific capabilities? Thirty authors from twenty countries answer these questions in the new edition of Culture Report. Available for free download.
For some, it is a European dance El Dorado, for others, the headquarters of self-exploitation. Germany’s dance scene is as varied as the efforts to create structures and security for performers. This article published on Goethe Institut's website gives some hints...
Circus and street arts: directories of artistic residency centers in Belgium and in France, by Circostrada Network
Circostrada Network has posted a series of directories, available to download, of artistic residency centres that are specialised in the street and circus arts, or that host artists from these sectors. These practical tools are available to teams and offer detailed information categorised by geographical area so as to assist in their search for existing opportunities, in the professionalisation of their practices and in the development of their international mobility.
In line with its mission of supporting creation and information, the CNAP - National center for fine arts (France) publishes this guide to "140 private and public funding for artists" (in French only).
Discover AIR: a platform dedicated to residency programs in Italy and abroad for artists and curators. AIR is useful to young foreigner artists and curators who want to know about or participate in an Italian residency program and at the same time helps Italians that wishes to gain experience in a residence abroad.
The Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) and On-the-Move.org announce the publication of a new report Mapping Asia-Europe Cultural Cooperation. This study was carried out by Judith Staines and maps the Asia-Europe government-to-government bilateral cultural agreements between ASEM country partners.
AIR_J is a website dedicated to disseminating information about Artist-in-Residence programmes across Japan in both Japanese and English.
Artistay’s service is for artists throughout the world and from different cultural backgrounds, who are engaged in a professional process of research and creation. Artisstay can help you to achieve your aim of finding a residence in France, and one ideally suited to your requirements.
This study was carried out during the European Year of Workers’ Mobility 2006 and is part of a wider project on mobility in the European Union’s live performance sector, called Mobile.Home, which was initiated by several European organisations active in the live performance sector in Europe (Finnish Theatre Information Centre, Pearle*, On-the-Move, IETM, Goethe-Institut, Visiting Arts & associated partners)