IETM is looking for artistic projects and programmes concerned with territoriality
Deadline: 20 May
We are looking for projects that you have created or are creating, or that you know of, that directly deal with issues such as globalisation, migration, urban hybridity and public space. In what sense did the globalisation process affect your artistic programme?
If you have a proposal to send us, please don’t hesitate to fill in this very short questionnaire on the homepage.
The proposals you send us will feed IETM's new publication on Arts and Territory within the Fresh Perspectives series: ietm.org/news/call-contributio...
Your proposals could include any project which is dealing with the topics of territorial identity, globalization, urban societies, migration, regardless its form, discipline or means and methods used. Here are some examples that could inspire you:
- A programme of a theatre focusing on a particular neighbourhood to engage its citizens in public space
- A theatre piece developed from a workshop with asylum seekers
- An artistic project that looks at ways in which globalization is changing our societies
- A festival whose programme is marked by the demographic specificities of its environment
Background: As a part of its Three Year Plan, IETM has launched a series of publications, "Fresh Perspectives", exploring how artists are working with crucial themes in society today, and thus reflecting on the value of contemporary arts and cultural practice to individuals and society.
Partners: This publication is a collaboration between IETM and the British Council and is realized by Prof. Dr. Eric Corijn, Professor of Social and Cultural Geography, Founding member of Cosmopolis and Chair of UAB Urban Studies Network.