Arts in rural areas [Recurs electrònic] / [by Fernando García-Dory, Piotr Michałowski, Laura H Drane]

García-Dory, Fernando | Michałowski, Piotr | Drane, Laura H | IETM.
ISBN: 9782930897448.Publisher: Brussels : IETM - International network for contemporary performing arts, 2020Description: 69 p. : digital, fitxer PDF (3,2 Mb).Series: Fresh perspectives: 9Online resources: E-Link Summary: This new Fresh Perspectives highlights the valuable contribution contemporary arts have in non-urban areas and brings the views of three experts on sustainable ways to improve conditions for artists working in those areas. The text is largely based on the conclusions we arrived at during the IETM Satellite in Wales 2018 and several working sessions on the topic organised during our plenary meetings by our network’s AREA group (Art in Rural Areas). This publication is commissioned in the context of a larger advocacy project we have launched together with Culture Action Europe, the European Network of Cultural Centres and Trans Europe Halles to raise the visibility of culture happening in territories beyond urban centres. The first part of the publication is a position paper co-authored by the 4 networks detailing how to ensure the recognition of non-urban culture at a policy level. (Font: Editor)
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This new Fresh Perspectives highlights the valuable contribution contemporary arts have in non-urban areas and brings the views of three experts on sustainable ways to improve conditions for artists working in those areas. The text is largely based on the conclusions we arrived at during the IETM Satellite in Wales 2018 and several working sessions on the topic organised during our plenary meetings by our network’s AREA group (Art in Rural Areas).

This publication is commissioned in the context of a larger advocacy project we have launched together with Culture Action Europe, the European Network of Cultural Centres and Trans Europe Halles to raise the visibility of culture happening in territories beyond urban centres. The first part of the publication is a position paper co-authored by the 4 networks detailing how to ensure the recognition of non-urban culture at a policy level. (Font: Editor)

Foreword -- Beyond The Urban: Policy Paper / IETM, ENCC, CAE, TEH -- The Rural as a Space for Co-creation and Reconnection with the Land / Fernando García Dory: Defining The Rural Today ; Art In Rural Areas Today ; Some Limitations ; Challenges And Solutions -- Social Aspects Of Arts In Rural Areas / Piotr Michałowsk: The Rural Situation Now: Migration, Demographic Changes And Transnational Connections ; Policy Measures Targeting The Social And Political Issues of Rural Areas ; Input From International Arts And Culture Networks ; Art In Rural Areas – An (Un)expected Agent Of Change ; Art In Rural Areas Needs Our Support -- Living Cultures / Laura H Drane: Living Cultures In Rural Areas ; Common Challenges For Living Arts In Rural Areas ; Solutions And Policy Changes That Work -- Appendix A - Case Studies: IDD 10 - Between The Seas ; IDD 22 - Punctum’s Public Cooling House ; IDD 27 - The Countryside Of The Future ; IDD 61 - Meetings ; IDD 64 - Art Of Empowerment ; IDD 78 - Latitude 50, Centre For Street Arts And Circus ; IDD 85 - The Journey ; IDD 102 - Play! Mobile ; IDD 105 - Earthwise Residency Centre ; IDD 125 - Mondego Art Valley ; IDD 133 - Filmmaking Workshops For Indigenous Filmmakers ; IDD 140 - Bækkelund International Residency Center ; IDD 141 - Who Killed Szomna Grancsa? ; IDD 145 - The Freezer Centre ; IDD 146 - Amore Festival Moru -- Appendix B - Project List: Full collection of almost 150 projects, collected by IETM in the summer of 2019.

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