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!
The network Charter on Ethics and Deontology for educational and artistic directors of Circus schools, 2012
This Charter was created by the European Federation of Professional Circus Schools (FEDEC) within the framework of the MAILLONS Workshop – workshops for enhancing the skills of educational and artistic directors – which for a year has been working on the topic of "Ethics and Deontology in Education".
(Un)learning Together: Discourses, Moments and Conflicts that Make the World Bigger than the World of Art
Reader on vocational training of Curatorial Studies, Art Critical Studies, Museum Studies, and Art Journalism (2012). It presents best practices of vocational training strategies, methods and curriculum, developing a vocational program for curators, critics and art journalists of contemporary arts and searching for alternative models of art education.
A new publication on cultural diversity offers vital orientation for teachers and students coping with an increasingly pluralistic Europe. Explaining essential terminology used in diversity discourse, the 56-page booklet casts light on a range of sensitive issues.
THE LIFT Handbook - Sharing Experiences of a youth exchange network project, Trans Europe Halles, 2009
The network project The Lift offered the opportunity to young people involved in TEH centers to volunteer in another center via the mobility scheme European Voluntary Service. The aim of the handbook is to offer a tool for other organisations that would like to start similar EVS projects in the future.
Report on the state of theatre and dance in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, EEPAP, 2011
This publication provides a set of comparable reports on the situation of theatre and dance in Eastern Europe, with a special focus on the Eastern Partnership countries (Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Moldova, Ukraine, & Belarus), aiming at better understanding among and improved cooperation between the cultural operators of these regions and beyond.
You probably already know the Green Mobility Guide, developed by JB and OTM. But do you know that Julie's Bicycle also published guides for visual arts, cinema... and more ? Discover them all here!
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.
This publication aims to promote circus arts in public spaces throughout Europe, by suggesting good practices to which signatories – circuses, local governments and other hosting entities – may willingly commit themselves.
Supported by the European Commission, artists from Austria, the Netherlands, Sweden and the UK have gathered in the "Artists in Creative Education" project in order to create a transnational guide for artists to work in primary schools.
Eurocities, the network of major European cities, has recently published three practical toolkits to facilitate integration. Their objective is to guide city administrators in reaching European standards in migrant integration; one of the publications addresses the issue from the perspective of cultural diversity promotion.
The Spanish Ministry for Education, Culture and Sports publishes a Guide to residency and spaces for artistic production in Europe, aiming to strengthen and support synergies between public administrations and professionals from the field to foster and increase their international diffusion. The Guide is available for free download, only in Spanish.
Policy handbook on the strategical use of EU support programmes for developing Cultural and Creative Industries, OMC working group on CCI, April 2012
Policy handbook on “How to strategically use the EU support programmes, including Structural Funds, to foster the potential of culture for local, regional and national development and the spill over effects on the wider economy? “
The 18th edition of the European Citizen Action Service Guide to European Funding for the Non-profit Sector provides the essential starting point in understanding how to access European Funding. Not for free.
Mobility Guide for Performing arts professionals in Europe, including 4 factsheets about Germany, Belgium, Sweden and Switzerland. French only.
TINFO publishes yearly theatre statistics of Finnish theatre, and provides material and advice on international mobility. TINFO News is a magazine on Finnish theatre, drama and artists. Among other issues, Theatre and Ecology is one of the main topic of this summer.
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).
The "Objectif pays" series offers a set of practical guides for cultural professionals interested to work internationally. The Countries available are: Mexico, Argentina, China, Morocco, Québec, Turkey, Vietnam.
The study on the profile of artistic and cultural professionals in non-EU Mediterranean countries (Étude sur le Profil des professionnels artistiques et culturels en Méditerranée non Européenne) deals with legal and social aspects related to the work of artists and cultural operators in the region. It also deals with the social recognition of the artists and the role of mobility in the recognition of the artist and the dialogue between cultures.
Art Moves Africa (AMA) proudly presents « Mobility &Touring in East Africa », a research commissioned in 2011 and implemented by Hildegard Kiel on the performing arts sector in East Africa. The objective of the research was to identify the main actors of the performing arts field in East Africa and to analyse the relevance and frequency of artistic mobility from that geographical area towards the whole African continent.