Arts Council Malta invites applications from individuals or representatives of organisations, over the age of 22, that work in, or across any of the following disciplines: Theatre, Dance, Circus, Interdisciplinary live art forms and New Media.
What is IETM?
IETM is the International network for contemporary performing arts. It is a network of over 450 performing arts organisations and individual members working in the contemporary performing arts worldwide: theatre, dance, circus, performance, interdisciplinary live art forms, new media.
IETM runs two plenary sessions a year in European cities that include debate, pitches and networking alongside an artistic programme of international work. It also holds smaller meetings all over the world. In addition, IETM commission publications and research projects, facilitate communication and distribution of information and advocate for the value of performing arts.
Attending IETM is the ideal opportunity for creative practitioners who want to make international contacts and broaden their understanding of the global challenges facing the performing arts community in the 21st century.
IETM Tromsø in Norway will explore the theme of activism. The event aims to challenge our understanding of the dynamic between activism, socio-political engagement and performing arts. This will be done through discussions exploring For further information have a look here: https://www.ietm.org/en/tromso
Arts Council Malta invites applications from individuals or representatives of organisations, over the age of 22, that work in, or across any of the following disciplines:
How to Apply:
If you are interested in attending IETM, kindly provide the following information by way of application:
Also, please answer/address the following question as part of your application:
Can the performing arts change minds and bring people together despite the compelling divergence of opinions?
Late applications will not be considered.
Image in banner: © NORDTING / The Northern Assembly marching the streets of Tromsø as part of its election campaign for the Norwegian Parliament, 2017. Photo by Martin Eilertsen.