The next edition of the ETC International Theatre Conference will exceptionally be held in Szombathely (Hungary) from 26 to 29 November 2020.
The ETC Coffee Breaks are a (virtual) place for you to take a short moment to reflect, discuss and exchange with your international peers from the network.
The two-year applied research project European Theatre Lab set out to research a digital strategy for major European state-funded theatrical institutions with the goal of expanding access to the arts via new technology.
The ETC’s artistic collaboration project Young Europe III focuses on theatre as a place of identification for young people in Europe.
A four-day seminar of master classes and workshops, offering broad and in-depth knowledge of curating and managing international theatre collaborations.
Supporting emerging theatre artists by offering new perspectives and professional artistic experiences in a European public theatre.
Our Stage introduces the idea of Bürgerbühne (literally “citizens’ stage”) – which is run the same way as a professional in-house production company but involves nonprofessional actors – as a new form of creative community outreach via artistic collaboration and as a new artistic business model.
In this workshop, four member theatres of the European Theatre Convention from Belarus, Ukraine, Poland and Czech Republic will come together and reflect on the changed circumstances and the associated consequences to both their theatres and their countries.
Could your theatre host an emerging artist and help them in the next stage of their career?
On World Theatre Day 2020, the European Theatre Convention (ETC) is offering exclusive and unlimited access to its newest publication.
Statement by European Theatre Convention (ETC), the European theatre network, to urge support from EU and Member States following the coronavirus pandemic.