Staying afloat, funded and free – Independent performing arts in Iceland
With a population of roughly 360,000, it should come as no surprise that the Icelandic performing arts scene is small. Very small. On the whole, it is a tightly knit group of people passionate about theatre.more info
We Shall Not Be Moved – An Overview and Conversation about the Situation of Independent Performing Arts in Hungary
“Theaters in Hungary feel the chill of Viktor Orban’s culture war” — the New York Times reported on 13 December 20191, marking one of the rare instances, when international press attention was directed at cultural policy changes in Hungary.more info
Recommendations regarding the EU Creative Europe successor programme from 2021 on
Considering our extensive experience with EU Culture Programmes for the past 20 years, we hereby want to be of assistance to the ongoing discussion by informing of the established main facts and substaniated comments gathered from the independent performing arts sector.more info
Brochure: Independent Performing Arts in Europe 2018
Eight European Performing Art Structures at a Glance.
EAIPA is publishing the first direct overview, comparing eight independent performing arts communities from countries
reaching from Scandinavia to Eastern-, Central- and Southwestern
Europe. Creating a basis for comparison, this brochure serves as a distinct
orientation guide and aims to inspire the individual performing arts communities in their struggle for worthy living and working conditions through political advocacy.