www.on-the-move.org is a website dedicated to information about international mobility in the areas of theatre, dance, music and other performing arts disciplines. We issue a regular bulletin with opportunities for the mobility of artists and other performing arts professionals plus news, policy and resource items that specifically concern international mobility.
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News from On the Move
Mobility … Mobility … Mobility … a round up of current initiatives OTM is delighted to see that mobility is currently the focus of many initiatives – research studies, working groups, reflection platforms and other developments, within the EU and other institutions. Mobility is finally a hot topic on many high-level political agendas. France assumes EU Presidency France assumed the Presidency of the Council of the European Union on 1st July and presents its policy for the Cultural and Audiovisual areas. Mobility of productions and performing arts works is the subject of a specialist conference, November 24-25, Paris.
Theatre in Japan – overview of performing arts and artists online database The entire artist contents of the Japan Foundation’s English-language guidebook THEATER IN JAPAN: An Overview of Performing Arts and Artists has now been uploaded into the Artist Database page of the Performing Arts Network Japan website. State on Stage – new book on public policy on performing arts in Europe New publication on the impact of public policies o
n the performing arts in Europe State on Stage tunes in on the relationship between governments and performing arts in European countries over the past fifteen years. In order to survive, performing arts organizations in Europe must adapt to ongoing changes in the artistic, commercial and political climate. Although maximizing market revenues has become business as usual for companies and venues, most still require substantial involvement from the government. ACTSAFE Health & Safety Guidelines published by International Federation of Actors (FIA) International Federation of Actors (FIA) publishes new Health and Safety Guidelines for Live Performance, Film & Television work – a useful resource for internationally mobile performers. Available in English & French.
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