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Programme Highlights


Drama goes digital: OpenLab 4

The 2 day program of the European Theatre Lab: Drama goes digital, preceeding the conference from 24 - 25 October, will be open to all ETL partners and every other interested theatre professional. As part of the creative project 'Stage your city', the Lab will explore augmented and virtual reality applications, visit the Tbilisi based new technology hub and discuss latest developments.


Launch of ENGAGE

ETC's new 4 year international program for theatres will kick off at the conference: Young Europe 3 - our next theatre education project, Our Stage - our new participatory theatre project,  ETC Roadshow - our new initiative to promote and take ETC member theatres around the world, ETC professional training program - starting off with a 2-day seminar for communication managers, European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018, celebrating live performing arts. The joint European campaign by ETC, Opera Europa and PEARLE is to be launched at the European Cultural Forum Milan 7-8 December 2017.


Professional development workshop

The 2-day seminar for communication managers coming from ETC member theatres is the first activity of ENGAGE’s new professional development programme for theatre makers. The aim of this programme is to create a professional platform for the performing arts to improve the exchange of best practices, knowledge transfer and enable our theatre colleagues to adapt to new trends and meet new standards.

The 2-day meeting in Tbilisi will be continued with an online training programme for the seminar participants. You can opt for this parallel event to the conference by ticking the appropriate box in the registration form. The ETC offers a travel grant of up to 200 EUR for member theatre participants in the seminar in Tbilisi. There is a limited number of places, and the travel grants will be offered on a first come, first served basis. Participants are invited to submit topics and themes they wish to address during the seminar as the curriculum is currently developed. More details will follow end of September.