Imagine 2020 (2.0) is a network of 10 EU based arts organisations, funded by Creative Europe, with a focus on raising awareness in the cultural field and in a broader civil society context around the issues of the socio-ecological crisis that we are currently facing. It funds artistic commissions, research and development and promotes the sharing of resources, ideas, knowledge and debate across the various topics under the umbrella of art and ecology.
Kaaitheater (Bruxelas, Bélgica), Artsadmin (Londres, Grã-Bretanha), Bunker Productions (Ljubljana, Eslovénia), London International Festival of Theatre – LIFT(Londres, Grã-Bretanha); Coalition for art and sustainable development – COAL(Paris, França), New Theatre Institute of Latvia (Riga, Letónia), Domino (Zagreb, Croácia), Rotterdamse Schouwburg (Roterdão, Países Baixos), Kampnagel (Hamburgo, Alemanha), Transforma (Torres Vedras, Portugal) e Teatro Maria Matos (Lisboa, Portugal).
The network HOUSE on FIRE includes ten European theatres and festivals that, in recent years, have shown an active interest or even have played a central role in the development of this new paradigm. Indeed, the partners of HOUSE on FIRE pursue an international programming and co-production policy, based on the conviction that the arts have an essential role to play both in the communication between people and in the development of thought and debate about problems and challenges that our societies and the world are facing.
Maria Matos Teatro Municipal/EGEAC (Lisboa, Portugal) — coordenador, Kaaitheater (Bruxelas, Bélgica), BIT Teatergarasjen (Bergen, Noruega), Archa Theatre (Praga, República Checa), Théâtre Garonne (Toulouse, França), Frascati Theater (Amesterdão, Holanda), Malta Festival (Poznan, Polónia), brut Wien (Viena, Áustria), HAU Hebbel am Ufer (Berlim, Alemanha) e LIFT/London International Festival of Theatre (Londres, Grã-Bretanha)
Create to Connect
Create to Connect is a joint effort of 13 European cultural and research organizations to create powerful and long-lasting connections of artists, cultural operators, researchers and audience. The partners organizations have made commitment to several years researching and finding new approaches to educate the audience as well as the production models that will engage the audience in new innovative ways and trying to create new public arenas together with the audience, whether it be physically, through dialogue or participation.
Bunker (Ljubljana, Eslovénia), Maria Matos Teatro Municipal/EGEAC (Lisboa, Portugal), Altart Foundation (Cluj, Roménia), Arts Admin (Londres, Grã-Bretanha), Santarcangelo dei Teatri (Santarcangelo, Itália), Noorderzon Performing Arts Festival Groningen (Groningen, Holanda), Arts & Theatre Institute (Praga, República Checa), Festival De Keuze/Rotterdamse Schouwburg (Roterdão, Holanda), Walking Theory (Belgrado, Sérvia), Parc et Grande Halle de la Villette(Paris, França), Fond B92/Cultural Center REX (Belgrado, Sérvia), Balkan Express(Eslovénia/Bélgica/Turquia/Montenegro) e Institute for Applied Theatre Studies(Gießen, Alemanha)