Enthused by the international cooperation launched by the European Creative Hub, we wanted to invite several professionals and artists from the Hauts-de-France Region, Romania, Quebec and Germany to share their vision of tomorrow’s art throughout Europe and the world. In a chaotic liberal world where the past is constantly questioned by new generations, what ideas can be implemented to encourage a free original demanding artistic generation to come into the world?
Flanders > Presentation of the PULS project by An-Marie Lambrechts and Bart Meuleman – playwrights in charge of the project, Toonelhuis Anvers.
Germany > presentation of the independent theatre scene with Carena Schlewitt, head of the Hellerau Dresde theatre, together with Hermann Lugan – head of the Bureau du Théâtre et de la Danse Berlin (Institut Français).
Romania > presentation of the Romanian independent theatre scene with Anna Popa, head of the Andrei theatre Mureșanu, Sfântu Gheorghe Romania.
Canada > presentation of the Quebec independent theatre scene and account of the Cliniques Dramaturgiques experience by Martin Faucher, head of the FTA Montreal.
Italy > Presentation of the Italian independent theatre scene by Chiara Organtini, head of the Terni festival.
Spain > Presentation of the Spanish independent theatre scene by Elena Carmona, head of the Graner/Salmon Festival.
la Saison croisée France/Roumanie, le Festival TransAmériques Montréal, le Bureau du Théâtre et de la Danse Berlin (Institut Français) et la coopération culturelle Flandres/Hauts-de-France