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Livestreaming: Mobility Webinar | HowlRound Theatre Commons

On the Transfer and Wales Arts Worldwide current a Mobility Webinar: UK-EU Mobility Flows within the Visible Arts livestreaming on the worldwide, commons-based, peer-produced HowlRound TV community at howlround.television on Tuesday 25 October 2022 at 9 a.m. EDT (New York, UTC -4) / 13:00 UTC / 15:00 CEST (Brussels, UTC +2).

As a part of its pluriannual program co-funded by the European Union, On the Transfer proposes twice a yr Mobility Webinars to research collectively worldwide inventive and cultural mobility.

For this second Mobility Webinar, On the Transfer collaborates with Arts Infopoint UK, an initiative led by Wales Arts Worldwide, to alternate on the inventive and cultural mobility flows between EU’s Members States and the UK. After a COVID-19 pandemic which put many cross-border collaboration to a halt, arts professionals and organizations regularly found the brand new circumstances to travelling from one context to the opposite. With journey restrictions and different health-related measures being slowly lifted on the 2 sides of the Channel, many practitioners needed to get acquainted with a brand new algorithm to flow into, keep, and current work.

Throughout 2021, many conversations happened within the performing arts subject and the artistic industries to boost consciousness of those new circumstances and deal with grassroots gamers’ wants in relation to transnational EU-UK cultural initiatives. Each On the Transfer and Arts Infopoint UK have led or contributed to many sectoral occasions to supply assist and steerage to cultural stakeholders. Mobility Info Factors (MIP) have been growing their effort to raised assist UK- and EU-based arts professionals when coping with post-Brexit points, from visas to customs guidelines.

Right now we wish to share extra tales and knowledge from the visible arts ecosystem, as we observe its specificities (e.g. from freelance artists and curators to artist-in-residence packages not at all times outfitted to navigate heavy administrative processes) and issues to take care of fruitful cultural relations. On the Transfer members, together with D6: Tradition in Transit, Arts Council England, and Res Artis, have been instrumental in shaping the questions of this Mobility Webinar.

Veronka Köver (impartial knowledgeable)

Alessio Antoniolli (Gasworks & Triangle Community, United Kingdom)
Theodore Ereira-Guyer (visible artist, United Kingdom/Portugal)
Paolo Mele (Ramdom / KORA / STARE-Associazione delle Residenze Artistiche italiane, Italy)
Maria Luigia Gioffrè (In-ruins, Italy)
For extra insights on this system, the panelists and the moderator, obtain the complete program and participant biographies.



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