From July 12, LAFT Berlin and its projects are on summer break. We will be back on August 3 with exciting offers for you!
We will use the time to build up an infection-proof office structure, to exchange ideas in cautious live team meetings after a long time and to plan the coming months.
If you would like to help plan the future, you can also use the summer break to apply for a job with us!
The media landscape has changed radically: on the one hand, cultural journalists are losing gigs and income while the independent arts community is finding that it is featured less and less in newspapers, online magazines and on the radio. On the other, previously unknown perspectives, media and distribution channels are opening up. How can these changes be dealt with in a productive manner?
PRALIN Seminar #2: Funding Opportunities and Structure in Prague for International Collaborations
Following the seminar on Berlin’s funding landscape offered by the Berlin Performing Arts Program and Kulturförderpunkt, this digital seminar session will focus on Prague’s funding landscape for international collaborations in the independent performing arts. The seminar is part of the exchange format PRALIN and is now available online.
As a title, WE’LL SEE WHEN WE SEE served as material for discussion, a point for reflection as well as ordering principles on many levels for this year’s Industry Get-Together of the Independent Performing Arts Community.
Everyone who was unable to attend everything simultaneously, would like to give another listen to things or simply can’t get enough of all of the content should check out our audio archive, right here. There, you can listen to nearly all of the talks, brief presentations and statements, no matter the time of day or where you are. Anyone looking to gain more of a general impression of the atmosphere and the course of the discourse is especially recommended to check out the two radio salons. To close out each day of the conference, they fished reflections, loopholes and critical thoughts out of the schedule of programming.
With the Performing Arts Program, LAFT Berlin has created an effective instrument for the infrastructural strengthening, professionalization and networking of Berlin‘s independent performing arts community.
No matter whether we are talking about a symposium or a cooperation event, one questions is always at the forefront of the work of the Berlin Performing Arts Program: what and how can we learn from each other and how can we then integrate it sustainably within our own work?