In 2021 in partnership with the Goethe-Institut London and Transform in Leeds, EUNIC London gathered twelve innovative performing arts festivals from across Europe to rethink the independent festival landscape. Through digital and in-person residencies, the network explored what happens when you rewrite the festival rule book with care, well-being and sustainability at the core. The Imagining Futures: What If? publication gathers the many provocations, inspirations and ideas discussed and hopes to inspire and inform working practices of cultural institutions across Europe. Listen to the audio version of the publication now.
A new publication created by members of the Imagining Futures network, a EUNIC London funded project in partnership with the Goethe-Institut London and Transform Festival, Leeds UK
A year into the Covid-19 pandemic, Imagining Futures brought together twelve innovative performing arts festivals for a pan-European experiment: a future-focused network that offered its participating festival directors and artists a deep listening space...
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