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 Conversion of Former Industrial Buildings into Performing Arts Premises", which the Arts printing House wanted to organised.

- Day 1 - May 29
Conclusion of the Managing Performing Arts across Europe - Step 1 Riga
Moderation : Steve Austen

- Day 2 and 3 - May 30 & 31
Debate on the "Conversion of Former Industrial Buildings into Performing Arts Premises"
Open to the participant of the "Riga-seminar", and other participants invited by the Arts Printing House.

Moderation : Elona Bajoriniene (Open Society Fund-Lithuania)

Speakers:
- Fazette Bordage, Director of Mains d’Oeuvres (France) and coordinator of Artfactories, and member of Trans Europe Halles.
- Pekka Timonen, Managing Director of the cable factory in Helsinki (Finland).

Case study of the participants

Dessy Gavrilova, Director of Red House in Sofia (Bulgaria) - to be confirmed.

Participants The 15 participants of Managing Performing Arts across Europe - Step 1 Riga
Some others invited by the Arts Printing House

Coordination and production
Arts Printing House and Indre Daunyte.

Supported by
Arts Printing House, French Cultural Centre (COCOP), Open Society Fund, Nordic Council of Ministers Information Office in Lithuania, Theorem, Goethe Institut-Vilnius (?) and British Council-Vilnius


contacts

THEOREM
6 rue de Braque - 75 003 Paris - France
Tel : + 33 1 44 61 84 84
Fax: + 33 1 44 61 85 27
info@asso-theorem.com
www.asso-theorem.com

Nathalie Vimeux, coordinator
Myriam Chautemps, Assistant


Modified on Wednesday 14 May 2003