IN TRANSIT. A study on international law and the mobility of artists, art works, cultural goods and services
The aim of the IN TRANSIT study is to provide an overview of the main international legal instruments which impact on the mobility of artists, art works, cultural goods and services. Case studies of bilateral and multilateral legal agreements give practical insight into how legal instruments are used by countries across the world to enhance cross- border mobility. The study was commissioned by the UNESCO to Richard Poláček & Judith Staines and is now available in English and French.
Music repertoire from the European Union is widely played on radio and downloaded by consumers in the EU, but artists from the region struggle to achieve recognition and success within EU countries. The results of an extensive study about the cross border flow of music repertoire within the EU, carried out by European Music Office, in partnership with Eurosonic Noordeslag and Nielsen, in January 2012.
Recommendations for the mobility and circulation of artists and works, European Platform on the potential of Cultural and Creative Industries, 2011
In the this document you will find reports and recommendations of five workshops promoted in 2011 by the European civil society platform "on the potential of culture and creative industries", notably the workshop dedicated to the "Mobility and circulation of artists and works".
The SPACE network invested on the improvement of the sector's intermediaries capacity building in view of fruitful and sustainable mobility. This exploratory mapping is meant to initiate a reflection on the sector's organisational models and dynamics. The research was conducted by Cristina Farinha in 2011.
Report of the Symposium exploring mobility in the Arab world and around the Mediterranean, June 2011, Arab Education Forum
Report of the Istikshaf symposium on mobility in the Arab world and around the Mediterranean
The SPACE project has undertaken experimental research in linking and sharing data on international performing arts touring across Europe and produced some extraordinary maps through the Travelogue.
EP Report on promoting workers' mobility within the European Union (Parlament Resolution on free movement, October 2011)
The Committee on Employment and Social Affairs of the European Parlament adopted an report on promoting workers’ mobility within the European Union in response to a Commission communication on the question.
Study on exchanges between France and Europe in the performing arts, by Marie Deniau, Onda, April 2011
Study on exchanges between France and Europe in the fields of theatre, dance, circus, puppetry and street arts, entrusted to Onda (Office National de Diffusion Artistique) by the French Ministry for Culture and Communication / Conducted by Marie Deniau, consultant and analyst.
In three parts (Practices, Sites, and Networks) the Re-tooling residencies book serves as an analytical and practical investigation into the field of artist residencies as it applies to Eastern Europe.
Emerging realities in the European space: Complexity, mobility and intercultural dynamics, new CIDOB publication
CIDOB is the Barcelona´s centre for international affairs. Since 1995, one of CIDOB's priority subjects has been reflection and analysis of intercultural dynamics. This publication aims to explore the emergence of Europe in a context of globalization, deterritorialization and complex cultural dynamics.
Finland. Tinfo - the Finnish Theatre Information Center, partner to the EU mobility pilot project Practics, carried out a mapping of the Mobility Information services in Finland.
KEA publication on Implementing cultural provisions of CARIFORUM-EU Economic Partnership Agreement: How do they benefit the Caribbean cultural sector?
In the framework of a study commissioned by the European Centre for Development Policy Management KEA has analyzed the state of implementation of the Cariforum-EU Economic Partnership Agreement at national and EU level.
The EU Culture Forum 2011 is now over - took place 20-21 October in Brussels - however it is worth keeping the 4 thematic papers on digitisation, skills, civil society empowerment in third countries, Culture as an investment for EU regions written for the background documentation.
Organised in May 2011 by ISIS in collaboration with Turning Point North East, the national network for the visual arts, the Lab primer and final recommendation, both authored by Judith Staines, have been made available. This Lab was organised in a moment that mobility and especially visas are becoming an increasingly important issue for artists and arts organisations in the UK wishing to bring in artists from outside Europe.
This report gathers background information and minutes of the meeting of EU mobility projects that took place in 19-20 May in Budapest, Hungary, organised by On the Move.
The Art of Difference : From Europe as a cultural project to EU policies for culture, by Gottfried Wagner (2011)
Gottfried Wagner, former Director of the European Cultural Foundation, has written a new publication looking at Europe as a cultural project and the development of EU policies for culture. Available in pdf - free download.
Conclusion paper of the Pearle/Practics seminar "Copyright in the live performance sector", held on 15 June 2011, Brussels, Belgium
The conclusions of the seminar "Copyright in the live performance sector in the context of mobility – from physical to virtual mobility" are now available. The seminar aimed at discussing the impact of cross-border related copyright obstacles on mobility in the live performance sector.
On 12th May 2011, the European Parliament approved a resolution on the cultural dimensions of the EU’s external actions, which calls for the creation of a cultural visa for third-party artists and professionals in the cultural field.
Commissioned by On The Move to creative industries environmental experts Julie’s Bicycle, the Green Mobility Guide offers practical recommendations for professionals across the performing arts, case studies and resources.
The conference, which took place on 28-29 April 2011, marked the first anniversary of the new regulations modernising the coordination of social security systems in the EU, applied 1 May 2010.