EAIPA invites to an informal exchange amongst colleagues: in the spirit of “sharing and caring”, we would like to compare notes and share experiences in environmentally sustainable production and touring of independent performing art works.
DANSPLAN SVERIGE – The story of how the Swedish contemporary dance sector came together to address politics with a common voice
EAIPA project manager Esther Baio interviewed Danscentrum Sverige’s general manager Amy Fee and shares in this article how she learned about the Swedish dance scene, their stake holders and how the Dansplan Sverige came together.
Author: Esther Baio
This article aims to describe the general situation of performing arts in Kosovo: from problems and difficulties to actuality. In conclusion, although small in number, the work of the independent performing arts scene still gives much hope for the future.
Author: Valton Marku
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In October 2022, EAIPA’s Bulgarian member, ACT Association, hosted the European Association of Independent Performing Arts in Sofia for its extra-ordinary general assembly. In this context, numerous meetings, working sessions and presentations took place to connect and strengthen the relationship of associations from all over Europe.
On November 10th 2022, we held an Online Event focusing on ‘funding structures for the independent performing arts in Europe’. As a result of our survey and the Online Event we hereby recommend specific topics.
The European Association of Independent Performing Arts kindly invites you to a series of online events.
In the recent decade, Czech independent theatre has become an immense and complex organism, conspicuous by its diversity of artistic approaches, organisational systems and multi-generational nature. […] Over the last thirty years, there have been urgent and frequent calls for a more generous cultural budget. Yet, while politicians are not pampering the Czech independent theatre scene, the general impression seems to be one of dizzying abundance.
Author: Barbora Etlíková
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The story of the ProEnglish Theatre: How the small Englishspeaking theatre in Kyiv turned into a bomb shelter
The ProEnglish Theatre of Ukraine is a small independent theatre located in Kyiv. You can read here the story told by its artistic director Alex Borovenskiy
Author: Alex Borovenskiy
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The event report on the EAIPA conference in March 2022 was published in the magazine gift – zeitschrift für freies theater 02/2022
Author: Christian Keller
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Hallo! We are EAIPA member Bundesverband Freie Darstellende Künste e.V. (BFDK) from Germany. Founded in 1990, we are the federal umbrella organisation…