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A Third Space in Times of War

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The Conference “Third Space” was held in Vienna between 15-19 September 2008 with the participation of 20 countries from Europe, Middle East and the Mediterranean. The conference was organized by Freie Theater from Austria with the partnership of UK, Israel (Arma Theater) and Turkey (Simya Sanat). Being held for the first time in Italy during May 2007, the Third Space conference emphasizes the theme of ‘Theatre in the times of War’. In this scope, the conference invites cultural operators and artists from the countries in conflict as well as from European countries, as participants.

    

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European Festivals come together in Bulgaria

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The 2nd European Atelier for Young Festival Managers, organized by European Festivals Association (EFA), was held in Varna, Bulgaria during April 26, May 3, 2009. Event motto ‘The true role of a festival is to help artists to dare, to engage in new projects…’ was chosen as the theme for the atelier, organized with the support of Varna Municipality and Varna International Summer Music Festival. 40 selected festival managers from all around Europe and the world, including Sweden, Germany, Lithuania, UK, Belgium, Czech Republic, Finland, Turkey, Greece, Spain, Poland, Hungary, Slovenia, Latvia, China, Singapore and New Zealand, participated in the Atelier with their latest projects and presentations.

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IETM discusses "Misunderstanding" in Zurich

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More than 550 culture and art representatives from 57 countries participated in the meeting of IETM, which was held in Zurich between 6-9 November 2008. The theme of the 4-day meeting, organized with the contributions of Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia, the Canton and City of Zurich, the Zurich University of the Arts -as well as the Theaterhaus Gessnerallee, was “Misunderstanding”. Pointing out to the potential of misundertandings to pave the way for communication and consensus, the main aim of the speakers was to focus on the practices that facilitate and foster communication.

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