IETM launches its third international open call to participate in the 2024 edition of IETM Global Connect, a programme created with and supported by IETM Associate Members with the goal to make the IETM network more inclusive, diverse and accessible.
IETM is seeking applications from performing arts professionals worldwide (producers, artists, managers, presenters, etc.) who are working in all performing arts fields – except for live music – and who have at least five years of professional experience in the sector. Ideal candidates are leaders in their own local community and are committed to inclusion, accessibility and connectivity in the international sector at large and within their local communities.
The 2024 Global Connect programme includes new and exciting opportunities inspired by the key takeaways from its first two editions. The 10 selected candidates will receive a free IETM membership for five years (2024 – 2028) with several benefits, including free access to all IETM meetings; participate in four exclusive online sessions from January to May 2024 – including an opportunity to present your work to all IETM members – and get funding support to take part in the 2024 IETM Plenary Meeting in Sofia, Bulgaria from 12 to 15 June 2024.
Applications period: 4 October – 2 November 2023
Deadline to apply: 2 November 2023 at 23:59 CET (calculate your timezone)
IETM – International network for the contemporary performing arts is one of the oldest and largest international cultural networks, representing the voice of over 500 performing arts and organisations working in the contemporary performing arts worldwide. IETM’s Associate Members are public institutions, official bodies, arts funding organisations, foundations, etc. active in their countries and internationally in supporting the performing arts field.
IETM Associate Members supporting the IETM Global Connect programme include: Arts Council England (UK), Arts Council Malta (Malta), Arts Council of Wales / Wales Arts International / Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru / Celfyddydau Rhyngwladol Cymru (Wales, UK), Creative Australia (Australia), Belfast City Council, Northern Ireland (UK), British Council (UK), Canada Council for the Arts / Conseil des Arts du Canada (Canada), Creative Scotland (Scotland, UK), Danish Arts Foundation (Denmark), Dutch Performing Arts / Stichting Fonds Podiumkunsten (Netherlands), ONDA (Office National de Diffusion Artistique) (France), Pro Helvetia (Switzerland), The Arts Council | An Chomhairle Ealaíon (Ireland).