11th and 12th April 2019
Harinera ZGZ, Saragossa
Avenida de San José 201-203, 50007 Saragossa
Marketing, production and artists
Spanish and English
25 participants. Free, with registration
11th APRIL 2019
Workshop « Practices in touring internationally contemporary performances »
With Eduardo Bonito
Through the expertise of Eduardo Bonito, the workshop is dedicated to the characteristics of international tours : analysis of specific tools (positioning within the sector, skills and know how, communication tools, databases, relationships with programmers, organization and planning…) and certain administrative questions (taxes, human resources, insurance…).
Continuation of the workshop
12th APRIL 2019
Evaluation of projects : the selected artistic propositions benefit from a 25 minute interview with an expert in mobility.
With Maïa Sert from the On The Move network (Brussels)
Maïa Sert delivers five sessions of individual advise and shares her resources and personalized information.
With Judith Knight from Arts Admin (London)
Judith Knight presents the different aspects of production and administration proposed by Arts Admin, the company’s implication within the different international networks and several examples of international projects supported by the company.
Round table « Experience in mobility, ecological footprint and inspiring projects »
With Maïa Sert, Judith Knight, Isabel Ferreira and local professionals.
Can the cultural sector bring awareness and show the example faced with the problems related to Global Warming ?
After having studied in the Scenic Arts sector at the Universities of Middlesex (United Kingdom) and São Paulo (Brazil), he became one of the artistic directors of the Bienal de Artes del Cuerpo Imagen y Movimiento (Madrid) and the Festival dança em foco (Brazil). At the same time, he is creative producer of the Danish collective hello! and a councillor for resident artists (Teatros de Canal, Madrid and Graner/Mercat de les Flors, Barcelona). He was the artistic and executive director of the Festival Panorama de Rio de Janeiro (2004-2013) and Head of projects with Arts admin (London, 1996-2001). Always in connection with the dance and contemporary arts sectors, he has realised numerous consulting missions for festivals, institutions and companies and has participated in the creation of different national and international networks, in a variety of Latin American and European countries. He has established a variety of important projects for the development of dance in Latin America, such as : 1ª Conferência International de Dança, realised by Itaú Cultural and the British Council (Río and São Paulo – 2005), South – South Dance Project, which received the support of the Parano Foundation of Geneva, Entrando en la Danza, an audience development program in the outer suburbs (Rio 2008 – 2013) and Collaborator, an international program of collaborative residencies, realised with the support of the European Union (Rio, 2006 – 2012).
Judith Knight is the artistic director of Artsadmin, founded in 1979. Year after year, this organisation has produced and supported contemporary artistic creations and companies, in particular those that work in a multidisciplinary manner, on a local, national and international level. Artsadmin has converted its headquarters (at Toynbee Studio, East London) into a centre for the creation and development of new projects, with spaces dedicated to rehearsals, a free advisory service, a structure of scholarships, educational programs, residencies, showcases, workshops and performances. Judith has produced numerous artistic projects throughout the world. In relation with 2 Degrees, the Biennale Festival of Artsadmin, and the production of artist’s projects that dedicate the themes of their work in relation to global warming, she works with the European network Imagine 2020. In 2007, she is awarded an MBE and, in 2009, she receives the title of Officier des Arts et des Lettres by the French Ministry of Culture.
Photo Credit : Hugo Glendinning
With an ‘intercultural’ soul, Maïa Sert is a specialist in cultural projects involving international co-operation. Her cursus in international law and in engineering intercultural projects, as well as her experience in the field – including administration – have reinforced her conviction as to the added value of co-construction and the evaluation across all borders. Maïa started working in the field as an international volunteer and in the world heritage sector, before switching over to the performing arts. Before joining the On the Move network as Project Manager, she set up and co-ordinated different European projects . Otherwise, she also accompanies artists and cultural operators in the development of international strategies and equally intervenes on this theme within the framework of further and ongoing training sessions.
Photo Credit : Thomas O’Brien