EU Arts Live’s inaugural broadcasts spanned the festival season and the continent from the Avignon Theatre Festival “Off” in July to the Balcon du Ciel
Festival in August to the Bucharest Fringe Festival in October. For details seek the attached “Making Broadcast History".
EU Arts Live - La Diffusion du Theatre en Ligne Historique
EU Arts Live Making Broadcast Theatre History
Arts Live participants La Compagnie TransAtlantique and Compagnie Interface, well known producers of quality theatre at this festival for two decades, teamed up to produce three popular daily live broadcasts in 360° VR format.
Immersive live reports throughout the day from the streets and stages of the festival, with festival performers, theatre directors, street artists and festival parades, by Arts Live intern Yoanna Baldjyiski.
Live broadcast of Argentine circus performer goes mini-viral with over 70,000 views.
EU Arts Live followed up the Avignon Festival Off with an ambitious schedule of broadcasting 18 different live performances, more than half of all the performances at the four day Balcon du Ciel Festival, hosted by Arts Live partner Interface dance theatre company. Theatre, dance, song, conferences and more. These broadcasts included...
The EU Arts Live inaugural festival season concluded with a series of live broadcasts of immersive theatre productions produced by the socially and artistically innovative Teatrul A Propos theatre company at the Bucharest Fringe Festival in October, 2019. Broadcast performances included “Experimental Shakespeare”, Camille Bonhome’s Belgian/Romanian collaboration “Meșterul Manole - Le Mythe d'Artisan Manole” and “Bonds of Trust” (Cercurile încrederii), Radu Popescu’s award winning production about adolescents struggling with the wounds of inter-generational distrust.
EU Arts Live began its inaugural broadcast season with daily live broadcasts of all the plenary sessions of The Sibiu Performing Arts Conference, part of the Sibiu Performance Arts Market. The Market is both an artistic laboratory and a meeting place for artists, producers, managers, directors of cultural institutions, festival managers, and representatives of cultural centers. The conference offers workshops for sharing experiences, transferring knowledge, and lifelong learning, and new events specifically designed to respond to current developments in the national and international art world. The Sibiu Performing Arts Market, in turn, is associated with the Sibiu International Theatre Festival (14-23 June 2019), the most complex annual performing arts festival in Romania.
Each year the Avignon Festival “Off” hosts the FOCUS INTERNATIONAL conference which is designed to provide theatre companies at the festival with useful information about how to participate in other theatre festivals, and to promote international collaboration among performing arts companies and institutions. This year Arts Live broadcast the afternoon sessions of this three day conference. Project coordinator John Paval appeared as a panellist in a discussion of international collaboration in the field of the performing arts. Arts Live was the only active theatrical producer favoured to take part alongside representatives of Creative Europe (Relais Culture Europe), the British Council, the Goethe Institute, Hybridités France Chine, the Hauts
10th Annual International Conference on Visual and Performing Arts, 10-13 June 2019, Athens, Greece “Recreating the Primary of the Performing Arts in the Global Community Through Interactive Online Broadcasting” - Arts Live Project Coordinator John Paval. Tuesday June 11, 2019.
March 22, 2019, Riga, Latvia. “Intercultural Expressions and Trends of the New Modern Era: Building the Global Community with Live Interactive Broadcasts of the Performing Arts” John Paval.