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September Events Hosted by International Performing Arts Networks
 September Events Hosted by International Performing Arts Networks
Writer : Gu Hyo-jin_Asian Arts Theatre Team, Institute of Asian Cultural Development 2015.09.01 Asia > Korea

September Events Hosted by International Performing Arts Networks


Atelier for Young Festival Managers
Aug. 31–Sept. 6, 2015, in Gwangju

Hosted by the European Festivals Association and organized by The Festival Academy, the Atelier for Young Festival Managers is a program that brings together young festival organizers from around the world to share experiences and know-how regarding the planning and management of artistic festivals and to expand their international network. The atelier, which took place in the UK (Edinburgh International Festival) and Poland (Malta Festival) in 2014 and in Lebanon (Beiteddine Art Festival) in early 2015, will be held in Gwangju this September. It operates under the mandate that “the true role of a festival is to help artists to dare, to engage in new projects,” a notion borrowed from veteran French festival organizer Bernard Faivre d’Arcier.

The atelier is jointly organized by Chonnam National University and the Asia Culture Center and will be held as a part of the opening festivities of the ACC Theater. At the Gwangju event, some 35 young festival managers from about 20 countries will participate alongside senior managers in a series of programs including lectures, workshops, and mentoring sessions. Mentors include Robyn Archer, former artistic director of Adelaide/Melbourne Arts Festival; Marie-Hélène Falcon, former artistic director of Festival TransAmériques; and Chiaki Soma, former artistic director of Tokyo Festival

Link : http://www.efa-aef.eu/en/activities/atelier/gwangju-2015/

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Extract from the article about Atelier

Atelier Gwangju 2015 logo Extract from the article about Atelier

IETM Asian Satellite Meeting in Gwangju and Caravan in Seoul
Sept. 7–9, 2015 / Asian Satellite Meeting in Gwangju
Sept. 10–12, 2015 / Caravan in Seoul

The International Network for Contemporary Performing Arts (IETM) is a 500-member international nonprofit network that hosts Caravan programs1)  and industry events for performing arts organizations and professionals in cities across Europe. The IETM Asian Satellite Meeting has previously taken place in Seoul (2007), Japan (2008 and 2011), Indonesia (2010), and Australia (2014), and will be returning to Korea once again this September.    

    The IETM Asian Satellite Meeting in Gwangju centers around the concept of an “Asia Window Presentation,” where directors of Asian background identify and discuss important social and artistic themes in each Asian country and form working groups to discuss issues in the international performing art community. The Caravan in Seoul, in contrast, will organize visits to cultural and artistic spaces such as the Guui Water Treatment Plant Open Studio, Seoul Art Space Mullae, and Seoul Art Space Geumcheon, while also meeting with directors and artists based in Seoul. The IETM Asia Satellite in Gwangju and Caravan in Seoul are jointly organized by the Asia Culture Center and the Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture.    

Link : https://www.ietm.org/en/South_Korea

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Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture logo

International Network for Contemporary Performing Arts logo Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture logo

1) A professional visit aiming to provide an overview of the country’s performing arts scene as well as organizing networking opportunities  

ON-PAM Asia Conference
Sept. 9–11, 2015, in Gwangju

The Open Network for Performing Arts Management (ON-PAM) is a national and international membership-based network initiated by performing art professionals in Japan that focuses on the role of arts in society after the 2011 Fukushima nuclear accident. A collective comprising approximately 150 members, ON-PAM’s activities are led by the organization’s Committee on Cultural Policy, Committee on International Exchange, and Committee on Community-based Co-Working. 

The Gwangju conference marks ON-PAM’s first meeting to take place outside Japan, reflecting the extent to which its members’ interests extend to the entirety of Asia. On Sept. 9, a working group meeting jointly led by ON-PAM and IETM under the theme of “What is ‘contemporary’ in Asia?” will be held in a lecture room belonging to the ACC Archive and Research facility in Gwangju’s Asia Culture Center. On Sept. 10 and 11, artists and producers from Korea, Japan, and other Asian countries will have meetings on the themes of “New Creative Trends in Korea” and “Capabilities and Career Plans of New Creative Producers.” 

Link : http://www.onpam.net/index_en.html

  

Open Network for Performing Arts Management logo

Open Network for Performing Arts Management logo

Shared Spaces Annual Meeting
Sept. 12–13, 2015, in Gwangju

Shared Spaces is an international contemporary performing arts network consisting of about 30 artists and planners active in Africa, Latin America, Europe, and Asia. Initiated by Anja Dirks (former artistic director of Festival Theaterformen) and Jan Goossens (artistic director of the Brussels City Theatre, or KVS), the network was established with a goal of offering a creative space where artists from African countries can make their voices heard and carry out projects. 

Held in a different city each year, the annual meeting of Shared Spaces is tasked with finding ways to address the gap that exists in production and distribution due to economic capabilities, as well as to promote the mutual benefits of artists and institutions (systems) in the long term. The network partner meeting that has previously taken place in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo; Ramallah, Israel; and Zurich, Switzerland, will be held in Gwangju this September. 

Link : http://www.kvs.be/en/shared-spaces

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Shared Spaces logo

The Brussels City Theatre logo Shared Spaces logo

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Gu Hyo-jin_Asian Arts Theatre Team, Institute of Asian Cultural Development
Asian Arts Theatre Team, Institute of Asian Cultural Development
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