Entitled ‘Re-Creation, l’Europe de la création et des artistes en mouvement’, these meetings, which will be held on March 4 at the Théâtre de la Colline in Paris, will provide an opportunity to reflect on the future of artistic creation in Europe.
The health crisis has put a strain on the production and dissemination of shows in all fields, as well as the holding of exhibitions or events dedicated to the visual arts. This situation has had negative consequences for many European artists, production and dissemination structures and cultural venues.
These meetings, which will be held on 4 March at the Théâtre de la Colline in Paris, as part of the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union (EFEU), will provide an opportunity to reflect on the future of artistic creation in Europe, focusing on renewal, innovation and changing public expectations. New cultural practices, funding and assistance for the production of works, the role of states and private companies, the sustainability of multiple physical venues (festivals, fairs, performance halls) will also be discussed.
On the Move will contribute to a session on ‘Artists (future) and works that circulate more in Europe’.