Environmental organisations and artists / IETM Multi-location 2020: Local meeting in Budapest


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We aim at stepping out from our performing art frame and tackle the question: how to establish (mutually beneficiary strategic) partnership between artists, producers and environmental organisations, to explore our relationship with landscapes, the science and the heritage, through the medium of art while taking account of major environmental issues? What can be the benefits of such cross-sectorial collaborations for the environmental organisations and for us (artists and producers)? Speakers: Thomas Lamers, Collectief Walden, the Netherlands Diána Berecz, PAD #szabadonbalaton, Hungary Gergő Halmos, director of Hungarian Ornithological and Nature Conservation Society, Hungary Moderator: Zsófia Huszár, Pro Progressione, Hungary Concept / Host: Placcc Festival, Pro Progressione, Hungary Venue: Trafó House of Contemporary Arts (and online) * The local Plenary meeting in Budapest, Hungary, will be hosted by our member SÍN Arts and Culture Center in collaboration with IETM members from Hungary/Budapest: Association of Independent Performing Artists, PLACCC Festival, Hodworks, Platform Cultural Association, Pro Progressione, Trafó House of Contemporary Arts. * During IETM Multi-location 2020: Local meeting in Budapest, we mean to deal with issues affecting the sector in the changed/constantly changing circumstances, as well as to look for connection points and opportunities for cooperation with other sectors. Now, it is important to us to stay open to each other and to the world while we experience limitations and closure both in personal and public life. Our topics include, among others: the rearrangements caused by the epidemic, the future of international mobility, the issue and problems of sustainable touring, and the importance of online space. https://www.ietm.org/en/multi-location/budapest

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