Program: We will start with some inputs from colleagues to get the ball rolling, but we would prefer not to pre-determine too much and see where the conversation will take us!
Online, but not on zoom: even though we are not travelling in-person, we are still emitting CO2 with the apps we are using online! We have started revising our digital tools and, for this event, we have decided to test a different tool called “Fairkom”. We are prepared to face some hiccups, but we managed to learn how to do home schooling and “remote working” a couple of years ago, so we know we can also learn how to use some different video conferencing tools…
How to join:
Please click here to register. We are collecting all addresses and will send out an e-mail with the link in time before the event starts! Program: We will start with some inputs from colleagues to get the ball rolling, but we would prefer not to pre-determine too much and see where the conversation will take us!
Let`s celebrate World Theatre Day! March 27th: Share & ECO-Care
EAIPA – The European Association of Independent Performing Arts and Bundesverband freie darstellende Künste e.V. invite to an informal exchange amongst colleagues: in the spirit of “sharing and caring”, we would like to compare notes and share experiences in environmentally sustainable production and touring of independent performing art works.
Topic: We know there is a lot of information out there, but what is useful and what is within the capacity of independent performing arts professionals, who often don’t run their own spaces? What can a small theatre group do, that is already stretched thin on time and human resources? Many eco riders and handbooks have been published and many companies advertise their “eco” options, but who has the time to sift through it all and find the most practical tools? During this event, we would like to invite everyone to help lessen the load by sharing information or listening in on: how do you do “green”?
Who can join: Anyone – whether you have information to share or are just interested in listening in. We don’t want to lecture but hear your questions and experiences. If you happen to have information - a useful handbook, a rider, a website - it would be great if you could think about ways to share it in English, so more professionals from our field can profit from your input!