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15/06/2020
Webinars of the week (15-25 June 2020)
Webinars of the week (15-25 June 2020)

Given the restrictions on mobility and physical distancing measures resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic, many organizations have chosen to convert their face-to-face events planned for this 2020 to online experiences: webinars, online conferences, breakout sessions, MOOC... To stay connected to international markets, we present here a selection of webinars and conferences to check out this week (15 to 22 June 2020).

Monday 15

14:00 CEST – Comicsalon, Virtual Comic Fair [ILLUSTRATION] 
Institut Français in Germany celebrates the comic’s year from June 15 until the end of the year. Meeting with Bruno Duhamel, author of the comic Jamais, finalist in the Francomics 2019-2020 competition.
Registration

16:00 - 18:00 CEST"Country connexion for classical professionals" [MUSIC]
Country Connections Classical Edition will offer a number of breakout meetings between international professionals from multiple countries to provide export networking opportunities. Free of charge. Limited spaces available.
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Tuesday 16

10:30-12:00 CESTInformation session DACH
Emergency and further support freelancers, solo self-employed and small enterprises from the arts, culture and creative industries in the Corona crisis can apply for. Every Tuesday in June, Creative City Berlin offers group support to answer questions about German state aid. Free of charge. Registration

10:30-12:00 CEST  – Atelier for Solidarity - re-imagine our future together [CREATIVE & CULTURE SECTOR]
In the current Covid-19 context, The Festival Academy launches the Atelier for Solidarity - re-imagine our future together, a virtual mutual learning project that brings together wordlwide creative minds to dialogue between different fields of actions about the art’s role in a fast changing world. The online gatherings will take place on 14-20 June 2020. Free of charge. Registration

Wednesday 17

10:00 - 12:30 CEST The digital audience [MUSIC] 
What is the digital audience? What do they need and how I reach them? This webinar will talk about the channels used by cultural institutions and how they reach their audiences.
To register, send an email: kultur.digital@stmwk.bayern.de

10:15 - 15:00 CEST – Initiatives for innovation [VIDEO GAMES]
The event brings together virtually all SMEs, researchers and creative professionals, especially from the fields of game development and UX design, and invites a moderated exchange between different sectors and industries. The innovative potential that lies in cooperation and new impulses from abroad will be highlighted. Information

11:00 - 12:20 CEST "The Show must go on(line)!"
How artists and solo self-employed persons can take advantage of online opportunities. Dr. Oliver Tissot and many others have helpful ideas on this. Registration

14:00 CEST – Comicsalon, Virtual Comic Fair [ILLUSTRATION]
Institut Français in Germany celebrates the year of the comic from June 15 until the end of the year. Meeting with Cécile Bidault, author of the comic l’Ecorce des choses, finalist in the Francomics 2019-2020 competition. Registration

17:00 - 18:00 CEST "Deconfinement initiatives of the performing arts around the world" [PERFORMING ARTS] 
CINARS invites you to an international webinar led by 19 professional speakers from Europe, Asia, Oceania and America who will be sharing various initiatives aiming at maintaining the vitality of the performing arts, and of its encounter with the public, in these times of confinement and deconfinement. This webinar will be hosted by Gilles Doré, CINARS's International Development Director.
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14:30 - 16:30 CEST – "La fabrique du spectacle" [PERFORMING ARTS]
ARTCENA (National Center for Circus, Street Arts and Theater of France) offers all performing arts professionals to participate in monthly thematic work meetings at Zoom. The idea is to jointly reflect on the current situation and rethink the practices and relationships of the sector. The topic to be discussed at the first meeting is about the relation with the audiences. Registration will be done by email (invitation@artcena.fr) and will be in French. Moderated by Gwénola David, director of ARTCENA.

Thursday 18

10:30-12:00 CEST – Informative session DACH
Emergency and further support freelancers, solo self-employed and small enterprises from the arts, culture and creative industries in the Corona crisis can apply for. Every Tuesday in June, Creative City Berlin offers group support to answer questions about German state aid. Free of charge. Registration

17:00 CEST "The future of the audiences or the audiences of the future"
Meetings between professionals of culture. How can cultural spaces consider their relationship with the audience in this “new normality”? How will these new habits be addressed after the pandemic and what future strategies can be adopted? What role will the audience have in the design of the cultural programs of the future? These and other questions will be debated on the webinar "The future of the audiences or the audiences of the future", which will include: Carlos R. Ríos (D'A Film Festival Barcelona), Maral Kekejian (Commissioner of performing arts), Marcos G. Alonso (Divimove), Fernando Pérez (Azkuna Zentroa), Anna Giribet (FiraTàrrega).
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Friday 19

19:00 – Live 48h Neukölln. Livestream. [PERFORMING ARTS] 
The art festival 48 Stunden Neukölln celebrates its 20th edition this year. The theme NEW REALITY deals with the original, true and unaltered in art and society.
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Sunday 21

12:00-13:30 CEST – Live 48h Neukölln. Livestream. [PERFORMING ARTS]
Webinar with ETC partner theatres from Belarus, Ukraine, Poland and Czech Republik. Four member theatres of the European Theatre Convention will come together and reflect on the changed circumstances and the associated consequences to both their theatres and their countries.Ver

Watch or Rewatch

CS LAB#5 SEMINARIO [PERFORMING ARTS] 
Creative Europe network Circostrada's webinar is available to watch or rewatch. Key notes on leadership in times of crisis for guidance on how cultural leaders can support teams during Covid-19, co-organized by Xtrax. Available in English, with automatic embedded subtitles + written transcripts of each session Handouts will be made available shortly on the Circostrada website, along with a bilingual publication (French and English) dedicated to the CS LAB.

Keynote Session#1 – Leadership in times of crisis (with Hilary Carty & Vicki Amedume)
Keynote Session#2 – Developing diverse and inclusive leadership practices (with Vicki Amedume & Bettina Linstrum)
Keynote Session#3 – Advocacy for change (with Michael Hoar & Maggie Clarke)
Wrap up Session (with Hilary Carty, Vicki Amedume, Bettina Linstrum, Michael Hoar, Anaïs Biaux & Stéphane Segreto-Aguilar)

"IN SITU Talks" [PERFORMING ARTS] 
IN SITU, the European Platform for Artistic Creation in Publiuc Spaces organised a serie of 4 talks related with the MOOC "Create in public spaces". How do European curators connect with the society? With which aims, dreams and processes? The IN SITU TALKS are a new series of four live interactive webinars with some of the IN SITU members discussing just such questions:

IN SITU TALK #1: Outdoor Arts in the UK - specificities and challenges. With Mikey Martins, Artistic Director and Joint Chief Executive (Freedom Festival, UK), Mark Denbigh, Head of Production and Programme (Norfolk & Norwich Festival, UK), Daniel Brine, Artistic Director and Chief Executive (Norfolk & Norwich Festival, UK)

IN SITU TALK #2: Public space and politics in Hungary. With Fanni Nanáy (Artistic Director of Artopolis Association/PLACCC Festival, HU) and Zoltán Várady (Hungarian Two Tailed Dog Party, HU)

IN SITU TALK #3: How to transform a small city into a whole theater? Behind the scenes of FiraTàrrega. With Mike Ribalta (Head of Professional Relations, FiraTàrrega, ES) and Maria Capell (Assistant of artistic department, FiraTàrrega)

IN SITU TALK #4: Case study of a site-specific creation: The Reception - Moss, Norway. With James Moore (Artistic Director/IN SITU curator, Østfold Internasjonale Teater, NO), Alexandros Mistriotis (Artista, GR) and Marine Thévenet (International Relations Officer, Les Tombées de la Nuit, FR)

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