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Video from CDAEA

Here is a promotional video from Centro de Documentación de las Artes Escénicas de Andalucía (CDAEA).   Read More »

Round Table Meeting 1-2 Nov 2016, Berlin

The annual ENICPA Round Table Meeting took place in Berlin on the first days of November. Thank you for all the members who participated this year’s meeting and all the presentations we heard during these two days. We would also like to thank our host, the ITI Germany, for facilitating us. Before the official memo and the minutes, I would like to inform you some of the main point we discusse... Read More »

PUBLICATION – Music Theatre in Flanders

The publication Perspective: Music Theatre aims to give an international audience an in-depth view of recent developments in the very diverse field of Flemish music theatre. The booklet starts with a landscape sketch by dramaturge Wannes Gyselinck that gives insight into the field’s organisation, historical developments, recent artistic trends and possible future developments. Following on this,... Read More »

Horizon 2020: work programme 2016-2017

As this might be interesting for multiple ENICPA members, you can find the work programme 2016-2017 of the EU Horizon 2020 programme through the link below: http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/data/ref/h2020/wp/2016_2017/main/h2020-wp1617-societies_en.pdf Read More »

250 years of public theatre in Poland

INAUGURATION OF THE 250TH ANNIVERSARY OF PUBLIC THEATRE IN POLAND 2015 marks the 250TH ANNIVERSARY OF PUBLIC THEATRE IN POLAND. The celebration began on February 12, 2015 at the National Helena Modrzejewska Stary Teatr with a ceremony involving artists, creators, and representatives of public theaters and Prof. Małgorzata Omilanowska, Minister of Culture and National Heritage. The evening ended w... Read More »

Videodocumentation of the round table meeting in Brussels 2014

enicpa2015_video_small 13th-14th of November 2014 ENICPA arranged their yearly round table meeting. The host this year was Contredanse in Brussels, Belgium. Follow the link to watch the video from the round table. Read More »

VTi (Vlaams Theater Instituut) becomes Flanders Arts Institute

Flanders Arts Institute is a new organisation that saw the light of day on 1 January 2015. Flanders Arts Institute serves the arts sector in Flanders and is a merger of VTi (Institute for the Performing Arts in Flanders), BAM (Flemish Institute for Visual, Audiovisual and Media Art) and Flanders Music Centre. Flanders Arts Institute is the new reference for all of your questions about art in Fland... Read More »

TRACKS – archive and collection preservation for artists and arts organisations

TRACKS, the toolbox and guidelines for the preservation of archives and collections in the arts can now also be consulted in English. http://www.projecttracks.be/en/home   Read More »

13/11/2014: Public round table in Brussels

Performing arts: how to enliven them after the performance? Public lecture and debate, organised in the context of the yearly Fall meeting of ENICPA. Le spectacle vivant : sa vie après la scène. Rencontre ouverte au public organisée dans le cadre de la rencontre annuelle de l’ENICPA.   communication générale_EN communication générale_FR Read More »

Research on gender distribution in the Flemish performing arts sector

Four years ago Kaaitheater and the VTi, the institute for the performing arts, carried out a small-scale study: is the performing arts sector as feminine as it is generally assumed? Well, the results were disappointing! To give just one figure: of the 32 directors of civic theatres and arts centres only seven were women. Four of them worked in youth theatres. Together with the VTi and the Performi... Read More »

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