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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Hans Onno van den Berg; Dr. E. Boekmanstichting.
|Notes:||" ... offers both a pan-European overview and national portraits of 15 EU member states, depicting a lively, dynamic performing arts scene. It also reveals what's happening behind the scenes -- oversupply, with thousands of performing artists unable to find proper jobs, seeking additional income elsewhere. Despite the generosity of governments at all levels, public money comes either in insufficient quantities, or is spent inefficiently."--Back cover.|
|Description:||240 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||Foreword / Hans Onno van Berg and Cas Smithuijsen --
Diminishing dualism : the performing arts in Europe (1992-2007) between artistic excellence and cultural entrepreneurship / Cas Smithuijsen and Joris Vermeulen --
Lacking artistic infrastructure, marketing, travelling budget and social security : performing arts in Austria / Barbara Stüwe-E€l --
Swim together or sink alone? The performing arts in transition in Flanders (Belgium) / Annick Schramme and Katia Segers --
Fruitful interactions : public and private support for the Bulgarian performing arts / Lyudmila Petrova --
An arena for exchange and innovation : self-organisation and funding contemporary dance in Estonia / Margaret Tali --
Statutory stability and 'outlaws' : the Finnish funding model for theatres / Riitta Seppälä --
Urban and regional cooperation for cultural democratisation : public policies for the performing arts in France / Emmanuel Négrier --
An innovative and dynamic landscape : public support and international theatre exchange in North Rhine-Westphalia (Germany) / Christian Esch --
Mixed blessings : performing arts and governmental policies in Greece / Costis Dallas, Sofia Karagianni and Georgia Papadopoulou --
Shifts and breaks in Hungarian theatre (1990-2007) / János Zoltán Szabó --
A world of independents in the Dutch theatre system / Hans van Maanen --
Rapid changes and slow strategies : recent market and cultural policy trends in the performing arts sector in Portugal / Rui Telmo Gomes --
A need for rejuvenation : public funding and the performing arts in Romania / Corina S̜uteu --
A survival concept of culture : theatre as a temporary institution in Slovenia / Vesna C̆opic̆ --
An unprecedented explosion of cultural activities : the involvement of the public sector in Spain and the transformation of the performing arts / Lluís Bonet and Ana Villarroya --
Promising programmes and squeezing budgets : the impact of government policies on performing arts in the United Kingdom / Rod Fisher --
"Not one single truth" : summary of PEARLE : conference State on Stage, 7 June 2007 / Ineke van Hamersveld --
What can be done : challenges for the performing arts in Europe / Hans Onno van den Berg.
|Responsibility:||Hans Onno van den Berg [and others].|
- Arts -- Europe -- Management.
- Arts, European -- Political aspects.
- Arts -- Europe, Central -- Management.
- Arts -- Europe, Eastern -- Management.
- Culture and law.
- Europe, Central -- Cultural policy.
- Europe, Eastern -- Cultural policy.
- Europe -- Politics and government -- 20th century.
- Arts du spectacle.
- Politique culturelle.
- Artistes interprètes.
- Politiques publiques.
- Art européen.
- Aspect politique.
- Art de performance.