The Producers' Academy returns for the second consecutive year in Brussels and offers a new international training programme focused on entrepreneurship for Belgian, European and international producers in the performing arts.
How to implement artistic collaborations at European and at international levels?
Which networks and sources of funding are available?
What are the legal frameworks of reference in Europe and internationally?
What are the most relevant and effective methodologies and tools?
What are the socio-economic issues at stake in the age of cultural entrepreneurship?
These questions will be particularly tackled during 4 days within workshops devoted to international productions. Through sessions facilitated by experts and practitioners, we will approach practical aspects of international collaborations including administrative, legal and financial issues. We will also discuss the subject in a more conceptual manner, while questioning innovative production models that reinvent the global cultural landscape.
The programme will be articulated around presentations by professionals, exchange and sharing of experiences sessions as well as presentations of working tools. A programme of performances will be organised in the evenings at kunstenfestivaldesarts.
Speakers: Judith Knight (UK), Cristina Farinha (PT), Dr. Dick Molenaar (NL), Eva Wilsens (BE), Marina Quesada (AR), Izan Satrina Mohd Sallehuddin (MY) and representatives of the IETM and Kunstenfestivaldesarts.
Detailed programme on cifas.be/en
Programme (only for selected participants):
DATES: 10 > 13.05.2017
SCHEDULE: 09:30-18:00 (Sat 13.05: 10:00-12:00) + performances in the evenings
PARTICIPANTS: producers, administration managers, tour managers (20 max)
VENUE: to be confirmed (Brussels)
REGISTRATION: free of charge
ONLINE APPLICATIONS: cifas.be before 23.02.2017
Project by CIFAS, On the Move, MoDul in collaboration with Kunstenfestivaldesarts. Organised within the scope of Creative Tracks, with the support of the European Union, Wallonie Bruxelles International, Shenzhen Design Week and the Asia-Europe Foundation.