BOTOX(S) – réseau d’art contemporain Alpes & Riviera, fédère près d’une trentaine de lieux engagés dans la production et la diffusion de l’art contemporain.
Fondé en 2007, la vitalité de ce réseau vient de la nature différente des structures qui le composent: centres d’art, galeries, lieux privés, associations, collectifs d’artistes, maisons d’édition, musées… à travers les lieux d’expositions, les programmations, les divers événements (performances, conférences, lectures, rencontres-débats, etc.) de ses membres et les projets du réseau. [Information available on the organization’s website]
A lot has changed since we last came to Portugal, two decades ago. Artistic geography itself has become more dynamic than ever. How do the focal points on today’s maps evolve, how do the centres shift and the peripheries transform? We invite you to Porto, a city, which has been performing remarkable cultural policies, to engage in a challenging debate on how art relates to the processes of transforming centres of creation, dissemination and decision-making.
Registration deadline: 22 March.
Estação Chico da Matilde – Cultura Viva Ceará
Rede Cearense de Pontos de Cultura- Secretaria de Cultura do Ceará [Information available on the organization’s website]
Michael Culture Association is not-for-profit organisation, founded in July 2007. The association is established under Belgian law (AISBL – Association Internationale Sans But Lucratif).
It was created following the Michael and Michael Plus European projects, which permitted to create the Michael European Portal, the Multilingual Inventory of Cultural Heritage in Europe. Its purpose was to continue the work on the portal beyond the period of the EU funding and to make the network of Michael partners sustainable. [Information available on the organization’s website]
This book provides a reinterpretation of the concept of intercultural dialogue rooted in regional perspectives on diversity, giving a broad panorama of the shared theoretical, practical and technical tools and online resources available.
⇒ Saillant, F. (2017). Diversity, Dialogue and Sharing…. Online resources for a more resourceful world. França: UNESCO.
Total Theatre (or Total Theatre Magazine as it later became known as) was created and developed by the Mime Action Group (founded 1983) – which later changed its name to Total Theatre to match that of its magazine. The organisation later adopted the name Total Theatre Network, to establish the different purposes of organisation and magazine. Total Theatre, in all its manifestations, has for thirty years helped to change the landscape of contemporary theatre and performance. As an Arts Council Revenue Funded Organisation (RFO), Total Theatre Network provided a whole plethora of artist-led projects, offering training and professional development opportunities; conferences, symposia and seminars; in-person or phone/online information and support; and through its magazine Total Theatre, which was published quarterly in print from 1989 to 2012, a focus point for the burgeoning physical, visual and devised theatre, performance art, and circus/street art scenes. [Information available on the organization’s website]
La Mesa de Articulación de Asociaciones Nacionales y Redes de ONGs de América Latina y el Caribe es un espacio de articulación de las ONG de la región. Busca formular una agenda de respuestas comunes ante los desafíos de América Latina y el Caribe, para que las ONG se confronten y dialoguen con otros actores políticos, gubernamentales y no gubernamentales, sociales y académicos. [Information available on the organization’s website]