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EAIPA

The European Association of Independent Performing Arts represents the interests of the independent performing arts.

Experienced organisations and national representatives of the scene from Austria, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Romania, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Hungary have come together to take their place as founding members of the association.

The purpose of the Association is to improve the framework conditions of indivi­du­al performing artists, artist groups, independent theatres and other artistic companies as well as of all pro­fessional groups and infrastructures associated with the industry and in regard to their struc­tural, social, legal, financial, political, organisational, artistic and cul­tu­ral aspects.

Furthermore, the association’s agenda will be to increase public awareness of the Independent Scene as a defining force within Europe’s artistic landscape as well as to represent the Independent Performing Arts more prominently at a Euro­pean level.

The first joint project is a comparative investigation of the (funding) situation for the Independent Performing Arts in Europe, which is currently being conducted and which will be presented in Munich on 04.11.2018, 4 pm to 6 pm, at the international network meeting IETM Munich, Black Box, Gasteig, in cooperation with the festival „Politik im Freien Theater“ („Politics in the Independent Theatre Scene“) and the Federal Agency for Civic Education.

Subsequently, a quantitative study will record, examine and analyse the current situation of the Independent Scene in Europe and will describe its significance as a driving force within a vivid artistic and cultural landscape.

The recommendations for the 2021 European funding programme ‘Creative Europe’, which is currently undergoing revision, were already published in early summer and have since received great attention.

Contact: eaipa@freietheater.at

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MEMBERs’ LIST – in alphabetical order

AUSTRIA: IG Freie Theaterarbeit /Austrian Association of Independent Performing Arts
Gumpendorferstraße 63B, AT – 1060 Wien
www.freietheater.at

BULGARIA: АСТ – Aсоциация за свободен театър / ACT – Association of Independent Performing Arts

Art office, bul. Macedonia 17, fl. 4, ap. 21, BUL – Sofia 1606
www.actassociation.eu/

 

CZECH REPUBLIC: Asociace nezávislých divadel ČR
Celetná 595/17, CZE – 110 00 Praha 1-Staré Město
http://andcr.cz/

 

GERMANY: Bundesverband Freie Darstellende Künste e.V.

Kunstquartier Bethanien, Mariannenplatz 2, DEU – 10997 Berlin

www.darstellende-kuenste.de


HUNGARY:
Független Előadó-művészeti Szövetség (FESZ) / Association of Independent Performing Arts Professionals
Bulcsú utca 44, HU – 1155 Budapest

http://www.fesz.org/

 

ITALY: Etre associazione/CReSCo – Italy
Via Bergognone 34, ITA – 20144 Milano

http://www.etreassociazione.it

 

ROMANIA: ASOCIAŢIA TEATRELOR INDEPENDENTE

Viorele street, no. 34, bl. 15, apt.2, sector 4, RO – 40429 Bucharest

 

SPAIN: Red de Teatros Alternativos – Spain

Apartado de correos 18269, ES – 28080, Madrid

www.redteatrosalternativos.org

 

SWEDEN: Teatercentrum

Hornsgatan 103, SE – 117 28 Stockholm

www.teatercentrum.se

 

SWITZERLAND: t. Theaterschaffende Schweiz, Professionnels du spectacle Suisse,

Professionisti dello spettacolo Svizzera
Waisenhausplatz 30, Atelier 157, CH – 3011 Bern

www.a-c-t.ch , www.ktvatp.ch/

 

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    • Klagenfurt: Gesprächsabend PREKARIAT IM THEATER – Lokalaugenschein Kärnten
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    17.11.

    • Diskussion: WAS KANN SIE⋆ TUN? Vernetzungstreffen mit Anregungen für Theatermacher⋆innen
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    19.11.

    • Share & Care: Produktionsleiter_innen gesucht!
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    22.11.

    • Symposium: Dancers at Work
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    • Gespräche zur kulturellen Bildung: Theorie – Praxis – Wirkung
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    26.11.

    • Informationsveranstaltung: Vereinsgründung im Bereich der freien darstellenden Künste
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