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Performing arts: Emerging from confinement

29-06-2020

In the EU as elsewhere in the world, the performing arts were among the first sectors to be hit by measures to slow the spread of the coronavirus, and are now among the last to reopen. As the confinement measures are relaxed, the focus now is on supporting the performing arts and finding a way to re-engage with live audiences.

In the EU as elsewhere in the world, the performing arts were among the first sectors to be hit by measures to slow the spread of the coronavirus, and are now among the last to reopen. As the confinement measures are relaxed, the focus now is on supporting the performing arts and finding a way to re-engage with live audiences.

Creative Europe Programme: renewing support to the cultural and creative sectors

12-06-2013

Architects, dancers and a wide range of others from the cultural and creative scene are set to benefit from the new Creative Europe Programme. The new programme for 2014 to 2020 will bring together the current Culture, Media and Media Mundus programmes in a single structure.

Architects, dancers and a wide range of others from the cultural and creative scene are set to benefit from the new Creative Europe Programme. The new programme for 2014 to 2020 will bring together the current Culture, Media and Media Mundus programmes in a single structure.

Street Artists in Europe

05-03-2007

The study’s main objective is to analyse the situation of street artists in Europe, taking into account as much as possible all 27 Member countries. The study evaluates the importance of street arts and the characteristics of this artistic sector. The analysis is based on aesthetic and social research, enriched with surveys and interviews on the economic, political and cultural context of street arts, considering the multidisciplinary nature of the art forms, their social and urban involvement as ...

The study’s main objective is to analyse the situation of street artists in Europe, taking into account as much as possible all 27 Member countries. The study evaluates the importance of street arts and the characteristics of this artistic sector. The analysis is based on aesthetic and social research, enriched with surveys and interviews on the economic, political and cultural context of street arts, considering the multidisciplinary nature of the art forms, their social and urban involvement as well as its public

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Yohann Floch Hors Les Murs, France

The Situation of the Circus in the EU Member States

01-11-2003

The paper is divided into three parts. Part I analyses the situation in the EU Member States with regard to the following questions: History and current situation, legislation on circus businesses, financial subsidies; vocational training in circus arts; legislation on circus artists and workers, working conditions, and health and safety issues; social security regulations; pre-school, primary and secondary education for the children from circus families; Current debates or future plans. Part II ...

The paper is divided into three parts. Part I analyses the situation in the EU Member States with regard to the following questions: History and current situation, legislation on circus businesses, financial subsidies; vocational training in circus arts; legislation on circus artists and workers, working conditions, and health and safety issues; social security regulations; pre-school, primary and secondary education for the children from circus families; Current debates or future plans. Part II focuses on EU initiatives concerning free movement of circuses and artists, social security co-ordination and the education of children from circus families. Part III describes European co-operation and the networks within the circus sector.

The Situation of the Theatre in Some EU Member States and Candidate Countries

01-12-2002

The European Parliament's Committee on Culture, Youth, Education, the Media and Sport had been authorised to draw up an own-initiative report on the importance and dynamics of the theatre and the performing arts in an enlarged Europe.In this connection, the Directorate-General for Research (DG IV) was asked to send a questionnaire to all ministries of culture in the EU Member States and the candidate countries. The replies to this inquiry are summarised below.

The European Parliament's Committee on Culture, Youth, Education, the Media and Sport had been authorised to draw up an own-initiative report on the importance and dynamics of the theatre and the performing arts in an enlarged Europe.In this connection, the Directorate-General for Research (DG IV) was asked to send a questionnaire to all ministries of culture in the EU Member States and the candidate countries. The replies to this inquiry are summarised below.

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