Conferences, seminars, meetings



Meeting - Trans Europe Halles Meeting64 - Helsinki&Hämeenlinna/Finland

Trans Europe Halles (TEH) is the European network of independent places of culture, for the majority installed in waste lands rehabilitated in multidisciplinary artistic centers. Created at the beginning of the Eighties, TEH joins together currently more than 44 members coming from 25 European countries. TEH organises bi-annual meetings for its members to join and exchange about various contemporary topics. Artfactories took part to the 64th meeting, which took place in Helsinki (Korjaamo) (...)|image_reduire{200,0}

International meeting: from the territory in crisis to the territory of art

ARTfactories/Autre(s)pARTs and VIESÀVIES invite you for two days of meetings, within visual arts, literature, theater or cinema, who are lived strong experiences. We’ll study at the same time French experiences and we’ll invite Argentinian artists who were exploring innovative field of the relationship between publics, art and society. Participants : Claude Lévêque- Visual artist Sylvain Rossignol - Writer Nieke Swennen - Choreographer Latin American Network of Art for Social Transformation And (...)|image_reduire{200,0}

Meeting - Trans Europe Halles Meeting63 - Vilnius/Lituanie

Trans Europe Halles is the European network of independent places of culture, for the majority installed in waste lands rehabilitated in multidisciplinary artistic centers. Created at the beginning of the Eighties, TEH joins together currently more than 44 members coming from 25 European countries. For this edition, Trans Europe Halles Meeting63 was held for the first time within a Baltique state, in Lithuania. The X-ray one of this meeting had as a will to discover the Lithuanian (...)|image_reduire{200,0}

Conference «Sustainable Arts Spaces/ Cultural Quarter» - Moscow

Conference «Sustainable Arts Spaces/ Cultural Quarter» 4 - 7 November 2004, Moscow, Cultural Center “DOM” With the Support of Ford Foundation Organizers: Cultural Center “DOM”, Institute of Cultural Policy, Dance Agency “TSEH” PROGRAMME 4 November, Thursday : During the day : Arrival of participants 20:00 : Contemporary Dance in the Cultural Center “DOM”: Opiyo Okach “Dilo” (Nairobi, Kenya) 30 min (...)|image_reduire{200,0}

The 2nd "in-between" International Alternative Space Conference - Seoul

2004 In-Between ‘Globalism and Alternative Spaces’ Presentation Speech and Discussion Plan Day 1 Session1 : Introduction The art world has been changing constantly since the 1990s when the global proliferation of Capitalist ideals and implementation of the international biennial system began. In this session, we hope to propose good, viable models for alternative spaces amidst this changing world. We will also look to affirm the status quo of Asian contemporary art, to develop a (...)|image_reduire{200,0}

The opening up of cultural institutions - Banlieues d’Europe

The opening up of cultural institutions to a new public in Europe, towards new territorial cultural policies 21 and 22 November in Reims, France Over the last twenty years, cultural policies in a number of European countries - France, Germany, and Great Britain - have resulted in the multiplication of various cultural facilities: exhibition halls, concerts, libraries. Has cultural democracy, the prime objective of this policy, been obtained? If we observe the present day cultural (...)|image_reduire{200,0}

Managing Performing Arts across Europe - Theorem

Managing Performing Arts across Europe - Theorem Seminar in Vilnius Organised by the Arts Printing House Vilnius in collaboration with the New Theatre Institute of Latvia and Theorem May 29-31 2003, Vilnius This gathering will combine the follow-up of the seminar "Managing Performing Arts Across Europe - step I Riga" (conclusion of the training programme, experience of the placements, construction of an informal network) and a debate and reflection on the theme of the creation of independent structure with a particular focus on "The (...)|image_reduire{200,0}

"The Role of Arts Centres in Civil Society" - Trans Europe Halles

City Arts Centre: The Civil Arts Inquiry The Role of Arts Centres in Civil Society - a Major Symposium with Irish and European Speakers. Taking place in the Axis Arts Centre, Ballymun, 28 February and 1 March 2003. The City Arts Centre is presenting a major symposium on the role of Arts Centres in Civil Society as part of its ongoing Civil Arts Inquiry. Organised in the context of the Spring Meeting of the Trans Europe Halles organisation in Dublin, hosted by the City Arts Centre, the (...)|image_reduire{200,0}