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11.04.13 - 14.04.13

IETM Spring Plenary Meeting.


Wednesday 10 April 16:00 - 19:30 - IETM Board Meeting - Irish Theatre Institute

Thursday 11 April 09:00 sharp - 14:00 - Morning Pre-Meeting Trip to Castletown House - Meet at Project Arts Centre - P.18 10:00 - 13:00 - IETM Advisory Board Meeting - Irish Theatre Institute Morning - Parallel Event - Festivals Workshop - P.11 12:00 - 14:00 - Parallel Event Irish Theatre Institute Meeting - Irish Theatre Institute - P.11 12:00 - 18:30 - Daytime Meeting Point (lunch available 12:30-14:30) - Project Arts Centre - P.20 12:00 - 17:45 - Registration and Ticketing - Project Arts Centre - P.20 All Day - Under the Stairs - Project Arts Centre - P.16 13:00 - 15:00 - Creative Europe and Audiences - The Ark - P.7 14:30 - 15:30 - Delegate Introduction and Speed Dating - Smock Alley Theatre - P.7 14:30 - 15:20 - Dublin’s Fare City - Meet at Project Arts Centre - P.14 14:30 - 17:30 - IETM Associate Members Meeting - The Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon 15:00 - 18:00 - Music Theatre Network - Temple Bar Gallery + Studios - P.7 15:30 - 16:20 - Dublin’s Fare City - Meet at Project Arts Centre - P.14 15:45 - 17:45 - Do We Trust Showcases? - Temple Bar Gallery + Studios - P.8 15:45 - 17:45 - Trust Us, We’re Freelance Too - Dublin Fringe Festival - P.8 16:00 - 17:45 - The Big Debate (Part 1) - The Ark - P.6 16:00 - 17:00 - Newsround 1 - Smock Alley Theatre - P.7 18:00 - 19:30 - Welcome Reception with Pop Céilí - Meeting House Square - P.18 19:00 - 21:00 - Between you, me and the four walls - May I draw your eyes? - Project Arts Centre (Cube) - P.17 19:30 - 21:15 - Drum Belly - Abbey Theatre - P.16 20:00 - 21:15 - Have I No Mouth - Smock Alley Theatre - P15 20:00 - 22:00 - Let the music do the talking - Project Arts Centre (Space Upstairs) - P.12 21:00 - 22:25 - All That Fall - Samuel Beckett Theatre - P.12 22:00 - 02:30 - Night-time Meeting Point - Project Arts Centre - P.20

Dublin Phrases - Hole in the Wall, Drink Link = Noun. ATM / Cash Machine

Schedule

09:00 - 12:30 - Registration (moves venue) - Abbey Theatre - P.20 From 09:00 - Breakfast Available - Abbey Theatre - P.6 09:30 - 18:30 - Daytime Meeting Point (lunch available 12:30-14:30) - Project Arts Centre - P.20 All Day - Under the Stairs - Project Arts Centre - P.16 10:00 sharp - 11:30 - General Assembly - Abbey Theatre - P.6 12:00 - 13:00 - Plenary Session - Abbey Theatre - P.6 13:00 - LUNCHBOX - Abbey Theatre - P.14 13:30 - 14:00 - Guided tour of DanceHouse - DanceHouse - P.9 13:30 - 17:00 - Registration and Ticketing - Project Arts Centre - P.20 14:15 - 15:00 - Newsround 2 - DanceHouse (Studio 4) - P.7 14:30 - 15:20 - Dublin’s Fare City - Meet at Project Arts Centre - P.14 15:00 sharp - 17:30 - Am I Rambling? - Meet at Project Arts Centre - P.15 15:00 - 15:30 - Guided tour of DanceHouse - DanceHouse - P.8 15:30 - 17:30 - The Big Debate (Part 2) - Smock Alley Theatre - P.6 15:30 - 16:20 - Dublin’s Fare City - Meet at Project Arts Centre - P.14 15:30 - 17:30 - Making Things Happen: art under the economy - Dublin Fringe Festival -P.10 15:30 - 17:30 - Shared Spaces: making performance with and about marginalised communities - The Ark - P.8 15:30 - 17:00 - Trust Circus To Take You Into the Unknown - DanceHouse (Studio 5) - P.9 15:30 - 18:00 - We Need To Talk About Dance - DanceHouse (Studio 4) - P.9 18:00 - 18:50 - Between you, me and the four walls - Spectral (lake of eggs) - Project Arts Centre (Cube) - P.17 18:30 - 19:15 - Fast Portraits - Project Arts Centre (Space Upstairs) - P.13 19:00 - 20:25 - All That Fall - Samuel Beckett Theatre - P.12 19:30 - 21:15 - Drum Belly - Abbey Theatre - P.16 20:00 - 21:15 - Have I No Mouth - Smock Alley Theatre - P.15 20:30 - 21:30 - Body Duet - Project Arts Centre (Space Upstairs) - P.13 21:00 - 22:25 - All That Fall - Samuel Beckett Theatre - P.12 21:00 - 22:00 - Between you, me and the four walls - count•ter•part - Project Arts Centre (Cube) - P.17 22:00 - 02:30 - Night-time Meeting Point - Project Arts Centre - P.20

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IETM Spring Plenary Meeting. Dublin, 11.04.13 - 14.04.13.

Friday 12 April


Dublin Phrases - Fiver = €5, Tenner = €10, Score = €20

Schedule Saturday 13 April 08:00 sharp - 10:30 - Jump! - Meet outside Abbey Theatre - P.19 08:30 sharp - 10:00 - Run! - Meet outside Project Arts Centre - P.19 09:30 - 18:30 - Daytime Meeting Point (lunch available 12:30-14:30) - Project Arts Centre - P.20 09:30 - 12:00 - Registration - Project Arts Centre - P.20 All Day - Under the Stairs - Project Arts Centre - P.16 11:00 sharp - 13:30 - Am I Rambling? - Meet at Project Arts Centre - P.15 11:00 - 13:00 - Are the Performing Arts Driving Us Mad? - The Ark - P.10 11:00 - 14:00 - The Big Debate (Part 3) - Smock Alley Theatre - P.6 11:00 - 13:00 - From Beirut with Love - Dublin Fringe Festival - P.10 11:00 - 13:00 - Whose Opinion Do You Trust? - Dublin Fringe Festival - P.10 11:30 - 13:30 - Mentor Room - Irish Theatre Institute - P.11 14:30 - 15:20 - Dublin’s Fare City - Meet at Project Arts Centre - P.14 15:00 sharp - 17:00 - IETM Talks and Listens - Meet at Project Arts Centre - P.11 15:30 - 16:20 - Dublin’s Fare City - Meet at Project Arts Centre - P.14 18:30 - 19:15 - Fast Portraits - Project Arts Centre (Space Upstairs) - P.13 19:00 - 20:25 - All That Fall - Samuel Beckett Theatre - P.12 19:30 - 21:15 - Drum Belly - Abbey Theatre - P.16 20:00 - 21:15 - Have I No Mouth - Smock Alley Theatre - P.15 20:30 - 21:30 - Body Duet - Project Arts Centre (Space Upstairs) - P.13 21:00 - 22:25 - All That Fall - Samuel Beckett Theatre - P.12 21:30 - Late - Closing Party - Howl at the Moon - P.19

Sunday 14 April 10:30 - 13:30 - Information Desk Open - Project Arts Centre - P.20 11:00 - 13:00 - One more cup of coffee for the road - Irish Film Institute - P.19

IETM Spring Plenary Meeting. Dublin, 11.04.13 - 14.04.13.

Contents Schedule... Welcome... Meeting Programme... Artistic Programme... Social Programme... Practical Information... Credits... Map and Venues...

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Dear IETM members and friends, Céad míle fáilte romhaibh go Baile Átha Cliath! Welcome to Dublin! We are thrilled to welcome you to the first IETM Plenary Meeting in Dublin – our first major meeting in Ireland since Galway 2001. We have worked together to develop an enjoyable, incisive and debate-provoking programme for you, and we hope that over the weekend you have fun, meet new and old friends, get your teeth into some discussions, and get an insight into the local performing arts scene. Over the past three years, IETM has been exploring major themes linking the arts with contemporary society; ownership, collaboration, participation in political life, rights, ideas and ideals. Now comes the big one: Trust. We ask that you keep this theme in your thoughts and discussions throughout the weekend.

Dublin Phrases - Scarlet = Adjective. Extremely embarrassed

Welcome

A lot has changed for Ireland – and for all of us – since the Galway meeting in 2001, both for better and for worse. During your time in Dublin you’ll no doubt spot evidence of the meteoric economic rise, most obvious in the shiny new buildings and bridges around the city centre. Less obvious is the evidence of the economic crisis. In some ways, the biggest impact is felt most keenly outside of the capital. Empty houses across the country constructed during the boom years and never occupied. A return to high levels of emigration, with over 80,000 people leaving each year. Most critically (and less visibly) there is now a significant lack of trust in the institutions that were meant to be looking out for us. A crisis of trust is happening, not just in Ireland, but across the world. Trust is the glue in all positive relationships. It is impossible to be democratic without it, to be good citizens without it, to create performance without it. Our trust continues to be betrayed on a massive, international scale, and this betrayal has touched the foundations of so many of our societies. What are we doing about it? How are we reacting? How has it impacted on our work practices, and has it changed our thinking about what art itself is for?

Where better to hold this discussion than a country recovering from crisis, undergoing massive social change and where trust is the key to a bright future? As part of IETM Dublin, we have specifically developed a discussion session called The Big Debate: how to trust and be trusted (p.6), which will take place over the three days and where we invite you and your fellow delegates to interrogate these issues and more. We trust that you will take the weekend to explore this theme in depth with our provoking discussions and meetings, enjoy the work of Irish artists and soak up the atmosphere of the wonderful city of Dublin. IETM Secretariat and the local organisers, Project Arts Centre

We have scattered a handful of Dublin words and phrases throughout the programme and challenge you to speak like a local! Look for the icon and strike up a conversation using your newly-learned vernacular!

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IETM Spring Plenary Meeting. Dublin, 11.04.13 - 14.04.13.

As professionals in the arts sector, we want our audiences to trust us. Our artists want us to be trustworthy and at the same time we need to trust them. Boards, managers and staff all need to trust each other. You as a group have all created this network, IETM, as an act of trust, too. We all see that it's a fragile and vulnerable balance.


Dublin Phrases - Stop the lights! / Janey Mack! / Jesus, Mary and Joseph! = Expressions of surprise IETM Spring Plenary Meeting. Dublin, 11.04.13 - 14.04.13.

Dublin Dublin is best seen from a distance. James Joyce’s Ulysses may have immortalised the capital, but it was a picture drawn from his memory in Zurich, Trieste and Paris. In theatre, you come closer, and it reveals more. It is a city of stories, sound and motion, a city in ux; friendly, welcoming, bruised and guarded. Much of this character is in our performance, out on the streets or on the stage. It is smart and playful, uneasy and indirect. This is a town with many questions and very few straight answers. Ideas move quickly through a small, supportive community with a deep distrust of authority. On the edge of Europe we make connections to avoid isolation. There are no full-time ensembles. State funding is small and precarious. Many people work without a safety net. But performance has always brought us together to make sense of ourselves in our best traditions and boldest experiments. The work gets made by any means necessary. This has brought us to theatres, studios and empty spaces, into once notorious institutions and out into city streets. It has brought Ireland around the world. Now it has brought you to Dublin. Please take a good look around. Peter Crawley, Theatre critic for The Irish Times News Editor for Irish Theatre Magazine

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General Assembly The General Assembly is an opportunity to learn about and discuss IETM's achievements, challenges, strategies and projects and influence its future developments. Besides discussing last year's reports and plans for 2013, the members will also decide on the new Board. Come and take an active part in the life of your network! This time, there is a change to the usual running order: in Dublin we will hold the General Assembly on Friday morning before the Plenary Session. There will be tea and coffee available to buy from 09:00, with pastries kindly provided by Dublin City Council and registration will be moved to this venue for the morning. Date and Time: Friday 12 April, 10:00 sharp - 11:30 Venue: Abbey Theatre

Dublin Phrases - Deadly = Adjective. Extremely good

Meeting Programme

Plenary Session We have asked one of Ireland’s foremost living poets and writers, Theo Dorgan, to talk to you about trust and to propose a tone, a challenge, a talking point for you to take with you throughout the weekend. Cian O’Brien, Artistic Director of Project Arts Centre (IETM Dublin’s local host), will also give a brief introduction and context to the artistic programme of IETM Dublin. This session will take place on the main stage of the Abbey Theatre, Ireland’s national theatre whose roots are inextricably bound up with the founding of the Republic of Ireland. Where better to start the conversation about trust, culture and politics that will be explored over the weekend? Speakers: Cian O’Brien - Artistic Director, Project Arts Centre (Ireland) - projectartscentre.ie Theo Dorgan - poet and writer (Ireland) - theodorgan.com Date and Time: Friday 12 April, 12:00–13:00 Venue: Abbey Theatre

The Big Debate: how to trust and be trusted One thing we can all agree on: we’ve been betrayed. Who can we trust anymore? Internationally, economically, socially, politically – are we experiencing a trust crisis?

What place is there for culture when our societies are under strain? Do the ambitions of the network that is Europe still hold true? What are our responsibilities as cultural workers towards politics and politicians? What are our political responsibilities to our audiences? When trust has been broken between societies, between countries, what can we do to rebuild it? Questions, questions, questions. These are some of ours – we’re sure you have many of your own. Date and Time:

Thursday 11 April, 16:00 - 17:45 / Venue: The Ark Friday 12 April, 15:30 - 17:30 / Venue: Smock Alley Theatre Saturday 13 April, 11:00 - 14:00 / Venue: Smock Alley Theatre

Moderators: Eugene Downes - Performing arts producer and former CEO of Culture Ireland (Ireland) Anne Bonnar - Consultant, developer, thinker, coach, mentor, writer and blogger in the arts, culture and creative industries (Scotland) - b-k.co.uk and annebonnar.wordpress.com There will be provocations over the three days made by a number of people drawn from the IETM membership and meeting participants.

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IETM Spring Plenary Meeting. Dublin, 11.04.13 - 14.04.13.

We invite you and challenge you to take part in The Big Debate, which will take place over three sessions and is designed to be a stimulating conversation that will last the whole weekend. Dip in and out, or be involved from start to finish – it’s up to you. Each day will bring up new questions and topics, and will grow and develop from the day before. Two moderators will be on hand at all times to listen, contextualise, provoke and direct the proceedings. But the real meat of the discussion is what you bring to it.


Dublin Phrases - Sure this is it = Expression of agreement

Meeting Programme Delegate Introduction and Speed Dating Whether this is your first or fourteenth IETM meeting, come to this informal session to meet other IETM members, new and old. IETM Board and long-time IETM members will give a short introduction to how the weekend will work, and you’ll be able to take part in the traditional speed dating. A perfect opportunity to start to get to know your fellow IETM members. Date and Time: Thursday 11 April, 14:30 - 15:30 / Venue: Smock Alley Theatre

Newsrounds In these dynamic sessions, pre-selected participants will make 3-minute presentations about themselves, their project or their organisation. A fail-safe way to discover what’s going on in the performing arts elsewhere in the world, meet your colleagues or even your future project-partners! Newsrounds are scheduled in advance from a call for submissions. Newsround 1 / Date and Time: Thursday 11 April, 16:00 - 17:00 / Venue: Smock Alley Theatre Newsround 2 / Date and Time: Friday 12 April, 14:15 - 15:00 / Venue: DanceHouse (Studio 4) Katarina Dudakova – Divadelna Nitra International Theatre Festival (Slovakia) - nitrafest.sk Yohann Floch - Hors les murs (France) - horslesmurs.fr Will animate the Newsround on Thursday Esther Charron - Pôles Magnétiques, Art et Culture (Canada) - polesmagnetiques.com Jesper De Neergaard - Bora Bora (Denmark) - bora-bora.dk Will animate the Newsround on Friday

Creative Europe and Audiences No doubt many of you have been following developments around Creative Europe, the new EU programme for 2014-2020. What will the changes mean for you? And how will the proposed programme be interpreted when it comes to applications? Ann Branch has been instrumental in the programme’s development and at this session she will discuss some of the plans and answer delegates’ questions. At the core of this conversation will be the new focus on audience development, and we invite IETM members to share their examples of existing and potential practices in this area, in relation to Creative Europe's plans. Date and Time: Thursday 11 April, 13:00 - 15:00 / Venue: The Ark

IETM Spring Plenary Meeting. Dublin, 11.04.13 - 14.04.13.

Speaker: Ann Branch, Head of the Culture Programme and Actions Unit, European Commission (DG Education and Culture) Moderator: Una Carmody, Director of Arts Audiences, a partnership initiative of the Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon and Temple Bar Cultural Trust. Arts Audiences assists arts organisations in Ireland to broaden, deepen and diversify their audiences (Ireland) artsaudiences.ie

Music Theatre Network This working group gives delegates a practical look at what’s happening in the world of music theatre and has become a regular event at IETM. The session is aimed at producers and artists who are interested in sharing practical information and introducing their past and future projects. It will be of interest to all delegates who want to be kept up to date with developments in music theatre and sonic arts. Date and Time: Thursday 11 April, 15:00 - 18:00 Venue: Temple Bar Gallery + Studios Facilitators: Cathie Boyd, Founder and Artistic Director of Cryptic (Scotland) - cryptic.org.uk. Stéphane Noel, independent (Germany)

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Trust Us, We’re Freelance Too Being freelance is a sustainable way of working, but it can be lonely. How can we build the trust needed to share our most important resources – practical knowledge and moral support? In this participatory session we will provide a model for accelerating discussion, sowing the seeds of artistic collaboration and sharing knowledge – a model that you can take away with you and use to establish a freelance meet-up in your own area. Topics we might touch on include: peer to peer mentorship, residencies, self-producing, and work-life balance when your office is in your kitchen. Date and Time: Thursday 11 April, 15:45 - 17:45 Venue: Dublin Fringe Festival Moderator: Aoife Courtney - freelance director (Ireland) - freelancersunited.org

Do We Trust Showcases? So many of us love to complain about showcases – and yet they still have a key role in the buying and selling of productions internationally. Taking in three points of view – the artist, the programmer and the showcase organiser – the panel will introduce their experiences.

Dublin Phrases - Go on out of that! = Expression of disagreement

Meeting Programme

As a group, we’ll look at what we expect (and hope for) from showcases, what has worked in the past, and how best to satisfy the needs of everyone involved. Maybe we’ll come up with ideas for models that please us more, and maybe not – but now’s the chance to try. Date and Time: Thursday 11 April, 15:45 - 17:45 Venue: Temple Bar Gallery + Studios Moderator: Sophie Travers - Australia Council for the Arts IETM Collaboration Project Director (Belgium) australiacouncil.gov.au Speakers: Julia Carruthers – Director of Dublin Dance Festival (Ireland) - dublindancefestival.ie Madeline Boughton – [MB Arts International] - Showcase Programme Manager for Culture Ireland, promoting Irish arts worldwide (Ireland) - cultureireland.ie Kristof Blom - Artistic Director, CAMPO (Belgium) - campo.nu Walter Heun - Artistic Director, Tanz Quartier Wien (Austria) - tqw.at

When performance makers choose to take inspiration from specific communities or what might be dubbed ‘marginalised discourses’, does this represent cultural appropriation or a daring collaboration? At best this type of work can open discussion, encourage cultural exchange and democratise artforms, and in the process shift the status quo or present a challenge to the complacent. At worse it can perpetuate tokenism and create another contemporary form of cultural imperialism. This session will introduce the work of artists collaborating with marginalised communities, showcase their working methods and examine questions around ethics, identity, audience and responsibility in order to open up discussion and interrogate how best to represent the complex realities of today’s world. Date and Time: Friday 12 April, 15:30 - 17:30 Venue: The Ark Moderator: Katherine Atkinson, Project Support and Professional Development, CREATE, national development agency for collaborative arts in social and community contexts (Ireland) - create-ireland.ie Speakers: Louise Lowe – Co-Artistic Director, Anu Productions (Ireland) – anuproductons.ie Rosaleen McDonagh – playwright and poet (Ireland) Dylan Tighe - performer, musician and theatre maker (Ireland) - breakingtunes.com/dylantighe Gabriel Gbadamosi – Poet, playwright and novelist (UK/Ireland/Nigeria) - gabrielgbadamosi.com Gary Keegan – Co-Artistic Director, Brokentalkers (Ireland) - facebook.com/brokentalkers Elli Papakonstantinou - Artistic Director, ODC Ensemble Greece - odcensemble.wordpress.com

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IETM Spring Plenary Meeting. Dublin, 11.04.13 - 14.04.13.

Shared Spaces: making performance with and about marginalised communities


Dublin Phrases - What’s the story? / What’s the craic? / Story bud? / Any scandal? = Greetings. Hello, how are you? Do you have any news to share?

IETM Spring Plenary Meeting. Dublin, 11.04.13 - 14.04.13.

Meeting Programme DanceHouse Dance Ireland is the representative body for professional dance in Ireland, celebrating, developing and promoting the diversity of dance practices in Ireland today. DanceHouse is the home of Dance Ireland and features six purpose-built rehearsal studios, a resource room and exhibition spaces.

After the Plenary Session on Friday 12 April, a small number of packed lunches will be available for purchase at DanceHouse for those attending the afternoon sessions there.

Guided Tours of DanceHouse Come by for short tours of this building which is the working base for professional dance practice and a hub for the wider dance community. Date and Time: Friday 12 April, 13:30 - 14:00 and 15:00 - 15:30 Venue: DanceHouse

Trust Circus To Take You Into The Unknown Led by artists from the Irish Street Arts, Circus and Spectacle Network (ISACS), this session will have you up on your feet. Delegates will be challenged to place their trust in one another by participating in physical games and exercises inspired by the world of circus. A fun workshop for all levels. Date and Time: Friday 12 April, 15:30 - 17:00 Venue: Dance House (Studio 5) Facilitator: Noeline Kavanagh, Artistic Director of Macnas (Ireland) - macnas.com and members of ISACS - isacs.ie

We Need To Talk About Dance Meet some of Ireland’s leading dance artists and choreographers in the beautiful surroundings of DanceHouse at this informal session. We have asked them to introduce and discuss their work and practices, and through this, we hope that you get a better insight into the workings of the dance community in Ireland. We also invite you to participate in this discussion, ask questions and share your own experiences. Date and Time: Friday 12 April, 15:30 - 18:00 Venue: DanceHouse (Studio 4) Contributors: Aoife McAtamney - performer and choreographer with DISH Dance Collective - dishdance.com. Emma Fitzgerald and Áine Stapleton - Artistic Directors, Fitzgerald and Stapleton -fitzgeraldandstapleton.com Emma Martin - Artistic Director, Emma Martin Dance - emmafmartin.com Megan Kennedy and Jessica Kennedy - Artistic Directors, junk ensemble - junkensemble.com Jazmin Chiodi – Co-Artistic Director – Tipperary Dance Platform / Iseli-Chiodi Dance Company – iselichiodi.com Moderator: Anna Wagner - dance curator at Freiburg Theatre (Germany) – theater.freiburg.de Frosini Trousa – Director, DAN.C.CE Dance Cultural Centre (Greece) – dancce.gr

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Making Things Happen: art under the economy Artists point at what they believe to be valuable, sometimes challenging, and sometimes reinforcing prevailing ways of thinking. That’s why they’re important to economic growth, but also why they can challenge the assumptions on which the economy is based. Join Shelagh Wright, Charlie Tims and other speakers for a workshop exploring their IETM-commissioned paper which looks at how artists are responding to the vice-like grip economics holds on politics, culture and our day-to-day life - and at how we might help build an economy which we can trust to value what matters. Date and Time: Friday 12 April, 15:30 - 17:30 / Venue: Dublin Fringe Festival Speakers: Shelagh Wright - Co-Director Mission Models Money (United Kingdom) - missionmodelsmoney.org.uk Charlie Tims - Researcher, Mission Models Money (United Kingdom) - missionmodelsmoney.org.uk

Are The Performing Arts Driving Us Mad? Are our working practices endangering our mental health? In what way do they reflect unhealthy power relations and structural problems in society at large? How can we make our work practices safe for artists and arts workers with mental health issues? Can the performing arts be a leading force in re-shaping how society conceives of mental health? These are just some of the questions we will be exploring in this discussion about the relationship between our work, our art and our minds. Date and Time: Saturday 13 April, 11:00 - 13:00 / Venue: The Ark Moderator: Dylan Tighe - performer and theatre maker (Ireland) - breakingtunes.com/dylantighe Speakers: Ray Yeates - Dublin City Council Arts Officer and former psychologist (Ireland) dublincity.ie/recreationandculture/artsoffice Prof. Emeritus Ivor Browne - Consultant Psychiatrist, Institute of Psychosocial Medicine (Ireland)

Dublin Phrases - Fair Play = Expression of approval of someone's actions or opinions

Meeting Programme

From Beirut with Love IETM’s Caravan meeting in Beirut in November 2012 was truly fantastic, and we want to share this experience with you. We had the privilege to meet and talk with a lot of artists and cultural operators and to learn more about the local cultural scene. At this session we will show images, talk about the local context and invite members to connect more with artists and cultural operators from Lebanon and the Middle East. There will also be a screening of a documentary Twelve Angry Lebanese (2009) by Zeina Daccache, who was one of the artists IETM members met at the Caravan. Presented with our hosts in Lebanon - Zicohouse and Rola Kobeissi - together with Caravan participants. Date and Time: Saturday 13 April, 11:00 - 13:00 / Venue: Dublin Fringe Festival

Whose Opinion Do You Trust? What is the role of the critic? A commentator on the role of culture in society or a ticket seller? With the rise of audience development initiatives and social media, what role do critics now play in the conversation about culture? This panel discussion features critics and artists who will debate the issues of trust and power in the media, the role artists play in conversations about their own work and, of course, what the future holds. Date and Time: Saturday 13 April, 11:00 - 13:00 / Venue: Dublin Fringe Festival Moderator: Martina Marti - theatre practitioner, producer and translator (Finland) - martinamarti.blogspot.fi Speakers: Peter Crawley - theatre critic for The Irish Times and News Editor for Irish Theatre Magazine (Ireland) irishtimes.com & irishtheatremagazine.ie Esther Boldt - writer & theatre critic (Germany) - boldtblog.wordpress.com Yohann Floch - Adviser to Unpack The Arts, a European residency programme for cultural journalists (Belgium) unpackthearts.eu Annika Tudeer - artistic director and performer, Oblivia (Finland)- oblivia.fi Grace Dyas – playwright, director, producer and one third of THEATREclub (Ireland) - theatreclub.ie

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IETM Spring Plenary Meeting. Dublin, 11.04.13 - 14.04.13.

Speakers: Michel Quéré - Meetings and Events Coordinator at IETM (Belgium) - ietm.org Rola Kobeissi and Zico - Co-Directors at Zicohouse, Beirut International Street Theatre Festival (Lebanon) - zicohouse.org


Dublin Phrases - Yer man = Noun. That man, Yer one = Noun. That woman / Dublin Phrases - Drizzle = Noun. / Verb. Light rain

Meeting Programme Mentor Room The Mentor Room gives real insight into individual working practices and challenges of IETM members in an intimate and supportive environment. Delegates are invited in advance of the meeting to submit topics and questions that they need mentored and a small number will be selected as mentees. Two mentors are then allocated per mentee, according to the questions asked, and these three will spend the full session in discussion together. Silent observers are invited to listen to one of these in-depth conversations, and there will be an opportunity for general discussion and feedback at the end of the session. In contrast to all other IETM sessions, the doors of the Mentor Room close when we start and all participants, including silent observers, are encouraged to stay for the full two hours in order to enhance the supportive atmosphere. Date and Time: Saturday 13 April, 11:30 - 13:30 Venue: Irish Theatre Institute Moderators: Lene Bang - International Manager for zero visibility corp. and founder of vonpang (Denmark) vonpang.com Christine Fentz - Artistic Director of Secret Hotel, director, dramaturg and performer (Denmark) - secrethotel.dk Annika B. Lewis - independent producer, performing artist and founder of Kassandra Production (Denmark) - kassandra-production.dk

IETM Talks and Listens Forget all your day to day business and give yourself time to brainstorm the future! What is the world of tomorrow? What kind of arts will describe and challenge it? What kind of role will arts professionals have in it? This is a moment to come together with your fellow IETMers in cozy groups to share your thoughts and ideas and imagine a creative bright future for our sector. This takes place in small groups moderated by an IETM Advisory Board member. Usually twinned with the General Assembly, we’ve shuffled things around this time – meet at Project Arts Centre for instructions! Date and Time: Saturday 13 April, 15:00 sharp - 17:00 Venue: Project Arts Centre, and then various venues

Parallel Event – Festivals Workshop The Arts Council / An Chomhaírle Ealaíon presents a special workshop event for festival managers and organisers. The workshop will be led by Lynnette Moran (Live Collision International Festival) and Tom Creed (Cork Midsummer Festival) both experienced artists and producers who participated in the Atelier for Festival Managers 2012 run by the European Festivals Association. This workshop event will coincide with IETM Dublin. For more information and to book a place, contact Catherine Boothman: catherine.boothman@artscouncil.ie

IETM Spring Plenary Meeting. Dublin, 11.04.13 - 14.04.13.

Date and Time: Thursday 11 April (morning)

Parallel Event – Irish Theatre Institute Meeting Irish Theatre Institute is hosting a meeting of invited European Theatre Institutes to coincide with IETM Dublin. The focus will be on the future role of and opportunities for theatre resource organisations, and the possibility of international collaboration and partnership on artist support programmes. irishtheatreinstitute.com Date and Time: Thursday 11 April, 12:00-14:00

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Let the music do the talking Curated by Dylan Tighe - performer, musician and theatre maker (Ireland) Genre: Music Description: A gig celebrating the contribution of musicians to the performing arts in Ireland. All of these musicians engage professionally with the performing arts and in doing so have found a catalyst for experimental collaboration. The result? A generation of musicians who have invigorated both the performance and music scenes, and have had a defining impact on contemporary Irish theatre and dance practice.

Dublin Phrases - Me fellah = My boyfriend - Me mot = Noun. My girlfriend

Artistic Programme

With Seán Mac Erlaine and Caoimhín O Raghallaigh (seanmacerlaine.com / caoimhinoraghallaigh.com), Sean Millar (doctormillar.com), Trevor Knight and The Devil's Spine Band, Tom Lane and Brian O’Connell (tom-lane.com), Dylan Tighe (dylantighe.bandcamp.com) and Francesco Turrisi (francescoturrisi.com) Date and Time: Thursday 11 April, 20:00 - 22:00 Venue: Project Arts Centre (Space Upstairs) Tickets: €6 (discount price for IETM delegates) Programmer’s Note (by Cian O’Brien): Ireland is world-renowned for its music and this is a superb opportunity to hear some of our leading musicians who moonlight in the performing arts. A great way to start the meeting!

All That Fall

Description: A life of unending misery in a world devoid of God, now that’s funny. All That Fall is an atmospheric, intimate and multi-layered installation performance of Samuel Beckett’s 1956 radio play. This theatrically tuned listening chamber was created by Pan Pan, one of Ireland’s most influential contemporary theatre companies. Pan Pan have been making and touring work since 1991. Recent work that has toured internationally includes: A Doll House, Oedipus Loves You, The Crumb Trail and The Rehearsal, Playing The Dane. This performance will be prefaced by a short introduction by Artistic Director, Gavin Quinn. Date and Time:

Thursday 11 April 21:00 - 22:25 Friday 12 April, 19:00 - 20:25 and 21:00 - 22:25 Saturday 13 April, 19:00 - 20:25 and 21:00 - 22:25 Venue: Samuel Beckett Theatre. Located on the grounds of Trinity College. Enter via Front Gate, College Green on Thursday and Friday. Enter via side-entrance, Nassau Street on Saturday. When you get there, a volunteer will point you in the right direction! Tickets: €6 (discount price for IETM delegates) Programmer’s Note: We wanted to show you Pan Pan no matter what - and this show also gives you Beckett like you have never heard him before! My favourite theatre production of 2011 from one of Ireland’s leading companies.

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Company: Pan Pan Theatre Genre: Theatre Language: English Website: panpantheatre.com


Dublin Phrases - Chancer = Noun. A cheeky opportunist / Dublin Phrases - Come Here Until I Tell You! = Listen to me! IETM Spring Plenary Meeting. Dublin, 11.04.13 - 14.04.13.

Artistic Programme Fast Portraits Company: Liz Roche Company / Genre: Dance / Website: lizrochecompany.com Description: Fast Portraits is inspired by the observations on human experience in video artist Bill Viola's The Passions. The dance explores the layers of emotion and memory that infuse captured images, creating life-affirming and sometimes surreal dialogues between the performers. Liz Roche Company (formerly Rex Levitates Dance Company) has been making and touring work in Ireland and internationally since 1999. Date and Time: Friday 12 April, 18:30 - 19:15 Saturday 13 April, 18:30 - 19:15 Venue: Project Arts Centre (Space Upstairs) Tickets: €6 (discount price for IETM delegates). Programmer’s Note: I am delighted to be presenting Liz Roche’s thoughtful and exquisite choreography inspired by one of the world’s leading visual artists. I’ve asked Liz to give you a short insight into her process after the show.

Body Duet Company: John Scott Dance / Genre: Dance / Website: irishmoderndancetheatre.com Description: Packed with passion, poetry, humour, artistry, grace, fun and vitality, Body Duet shows two witty and gifted dancers attempting to create one body using breath to generate movements. It celebrates that ecstatic feeling when fear and inhibition are lost and bodies begin to trust being together. Making and touring work since 1991, John Scott’s choreography is playful, virtuosic and passionate – Samuel Beckett meets Monty Python. Recent work that has toured internationally includes Actions and The White Piece. Date and Time: Friday 12 April, 20:30 - 21:30 Saturday 13 April, 20:30 - 21:30 Venue: Project Arts Centre (Space Upstairs) Tickets: €6 (discount price for IETM delegates) Programmer’s Note: Leading choreographer John Scott’s gregarious personality translates onto the stage in this stunning duet. John is one choreographer whose work I never miss.

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Dublin Fringe Festival Curates Description: Dublin Fringe Festival (DFF) has teamed up with the IETM Dublin organisers to create three unique events for meeting delegates. As well as an annual curated multi-disciplinary festival each September with up to 100 events, DFF runs the year-round FRINGE LAB which exists to support independent artists working at the experimental end of the performing arts. Many Irish artists working in performance who are now starting to create a name for themselves abroad had their first steps supported by the DFF team and continue to present work at the festival each September. These IETM Dublin events will not only introduce you to some of these artists, but will give you a view of the city that you won’t get any other way. Company: Curated by Dublin Fringe Festival Website: fringefest.com Programmer’s Note: Dublin Fringe Festival and Project Arts Centre are long-time collaborators. I approached Dublin Fringe Festival to help present the work of independent artists in a fun and thought-provoking way. The work they’ve curated has surpassed my hopes of accessible and artistic events specifically made for you.

Dublin Fringe Festival Curates / LUNCHBOX Description: 20 artists, 20 lunchboxes. Have an adventurous lunch by placing your trust and taste buds in the hands of a local artist, be fed and watered by a member of the local creative community as they cook up a unique experience for your individual delectation. Handcrafted by a specially selected range of talent that reflects the diversity of Dublin Fringe Festival and the Dublin performing arts scene. Be quick - these will sell out instantly! Date and Time: Friday 12 April, 13:00 until sold out! Venue: Abbey Theatre

Dublin Phrases - To chinwag / To have the chats / To have the bants = Verb. To converse

Artistic Programme

Price: €10 per lunch bag. Sold on a first-come first-served basis.

Dublin Fringe Festival Curates / Dublin’s Fare City Company: Michelle Browne, visual artist and curator (Ireland) Language: English Website: michellebrowne.net

Date and Time: Thursday 11 April, 14:30 - 15:20 and 15:30 - 16:20 Friday 12 April, 14:30 - 15:20 and 15:30 - 16:20 Saturday 13 April, 14:30 - 15:20 and 15:30 - 16:20 Venue: Meet at Project Arts Centre Tickets: €6 for delegates only. Very limited capacity.

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Description: Dublin’s Fare City is a series of taxi tours in which one of three cab drivers will take you and your fellow passengers on an intimate excursion through Dublin. Along the way, they will share the personal, the political and the social of the built environment beyond the car windows. Climb in for an alternative experience of the city and its architecture.


Dublin Phrases - Gas craic = Adjective. Great fun / Dublin Phrases - Wrecking me buzz = Verb. Annoying me

Artistic Programme Dublin Fringe Festival Curates / Am I Rambling? Company: Veronica Dyas and Sorcha Kenny, independent artists and theatre makers (Ireland) Website: herenow2012.blogspot.ie / Language: English Description: Veronica Dyas and Sorcha Kenny will walk delegates across Dublin’s artistic cityscape. On a ramble through the city, you will engage with a range of artists’ practice in site-responsive locations, encountering musical moments along the way. The walk will draw on the learning from Sorcha and Veronica’s on-going artistic projects called Walking We Ask Questions and HERE and NOW. Date and Time: Friday 12 April, 15:00 sharp - 17:30 Saturday 13 April, 11:00 sharp - 13:30 Venue: Meet at Project Arts Centre / Tickets: €6 for delegates only. Limited capacity.

Have I No Mouth Company: Brokentalkers Website: facebook.com/brokentalkers Genre: Theatre / Language: English Description: A devised show performed by Brokentalkers' Co-Artistic Director Feidlim Cannon, his mother Ann Cannon and their psychotherapist Erich Keller. Telling the story of the loss in tragic circumstances of Feidlim's father and youngest brother, it was created using recordings of therapy sessions attended by Feidlim and Ann over the course of a year. Brokentalkers have been creating and touring work since 2001. Recent work that has toured internationally includes The Blue Boy, Silver Stars and In Real Time.

IETM Spring Plenary Meeting. Dublin, 11.04.13 - 14.04.13.

The performance will be prefaced by a short introduction by Co-Artistic Director Gary Keegan. Dates and Time: Thursday 11 April, 20:00 - 21:15 Friday 12 April, 20:00 - 21:15 Saturday 13 April, 20:00 - 21:15 Venue: Smock Alley Theatre Tickets: €6 (discount price for IETM delegates) Programmer’s Note: A beautifully theatrical examination of the relationship between a mother and son from a relatively young but inspiring - company with a growing international profile.

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Drum Belly By Richard Dormer. Directed by Sean Holmes. An Abbey Theatre Commission Genre: Theatre Language: English Website: abbeytheatre.ie Description: Hold tight as you are thrown into New York City’s deep and dark underworld, in this exciting new play. Man has just set foot on the moon. The streets of Brooklyn are tense. The Irish Mafia is desperately trying to hold on to their power and more importantly their identity. The Abbey Theatre, Ireland’s national theatre, produces a year-round programme of Irish and international work, investing in and promoting new Irish writers and artists. Date and Time: Thursday 11 April, 19:30 - 21:15 Friday 12 April, 19:30 - 21:15 Saturday 13 April, 19:30 - 21:15 Venue: Abbey Theatre Tickets: €10 (discount price for IETM delegates) Programmer’s Note: The Abbey Theatre was the first national theatre founded in the English speaking world and this is a fantastic opportunity to see the kind of work they do best; rousing new writing from one of Northern Ireland's best writers.

Under the Stairs Company: The Company Website: thecompanyireland.com

Dublin Phrases - Like the clappers = Adjective. Very fast / Dublin Phrases - I will in me eye = I won’t

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Description: In a quiet spot under the stairs, behind a door, you’ll find a small space of calm. Sit down, take a moment, record and share your experience of IETM Dublin. Under the Stairs gives you the chance to respond to what is happening directly around you. Created by The Company (established 2008), a collaboration of theatre makers always in search of new ways to connect artists and audiences. Recent work that has toured internationally includes As You Are Now So Once Were We. Date and Time: Thursday 11 April, Friday 12 April, Saturday 13 April, from morning until evening Venue: Project Arts Centre

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Programmer’s Note: Come and tell us what you're really thinking! A unique way for you to share your feedback and thoughts about IETM, the meeting and to talk about TRUST.


Dublin Phrases - To do a legger = Verb. To depart with haste / Dublin Phrases - The Daniel Day = Noun. Colloquial term for Luas, the city tram line

IETM Spring Plenary Meeting. Dublin, 11.04.13 - 14.04.13.

Artistic Programme Between you, me and the four walls Company: Curated by Michelle Browne, visual artist and curator. Supported by Dublin City Council Genre: Performance Art Venue: Project Arts Centre (Cube) Description: Performance art from the visual arts has recently experienced a resurgence in Ireland, which has resulted in many Irish artists traveling and performing at live art and performance art venues and festivals throughout the world. To give you a taste of the powerful work being made in Ireland, the IETM Dublin organisers and Dublin City Council have commissioned three new pieces by internationally renowned performance artists. May I draw your eyes? is a one-on-one performance and a meditation on looking and drawing. It comments upon visual art and literature to give a layered experience of intimacy and intellect, with the broader audience viewing the engagement. Text by Orhan Pamuk, from My Name is Red, is courtesy of Orhan Pamuk and the Wylie Agency. Thanks to Debora Ando Print Workshop. Tickets: Unticketed durational performance Date and Time: Thursday 11 April, 19:00 - 21:00 Spectral (lake of eggs) by Áine Phillips, is a live performance where one woman embodies sumptuous madness, a sculptural entrapment and ecstatic anesthesia. She recounts narratives of self-destruction, madness, institutional care and psychological transformation; embodying a freedom in madness that is stifled through societal attitudes and fear of otherness. Sound by Trevor Knight. Tickets: Free tickets available from box office from 17:00 that evening. Doors close and performance starts at 18:00 Date and Time: Friday 12 April, 18:00 - 18:50 Michelle Browne and Dominic Thorpe come together in count•ter•part to explore how two distinct performance practices find common ground in collaboration. The work draws out the potential and the tension that exists in the relationship between the two performers. Working through mark-making and interdependence, the performance explores the delicacy and intimacy in the collaborative act. michellebrowne.net / dominicthorpe.net Tickets: Unticketed durational performance Date and Time: Friday 12 April, 21:00 - 22:00 Programmer’s Note: Performance art has taken off in recent years in Ireland. Michelle is quickly becoming known as a leading curator and performer in the field, working internationally as well as in Ireland. I am delighted to be presenting her programme at Project.

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Morning Pre-Meeting Trip to Castletown House with The Performance Corporation Ireland’s first site-specific arts festival (BIG House) will take place in the stunning surroundings of Castletown House in August 2013. The organisers, The Performance Corporation, invite international IETM delegates to visit the building and grounds, hear about their plans and – who knows – maybe start a conversation about developing work for the festival. The trip is open to international IETM Dublin delegates, however The Performance Corporation particularly invite production companies and artists who are interested in working in a site specific way. Trip itinerary: - leave Dublin city centre at 09:00 sharp - travel by public transport to Celbridge (approx. 50 mins – €2.80 fare) - visit the house and grounds, be introduced to the BIG House festival by its Director, Jo Mangan - tea, coffee and snacks served courtesy of The Performance Corporation - travel by public transport to Dublin city centre (approx. 50 mins – €2.80 fare) - arrive back at Project Arts Centre by 14:00 Places are limited to 20. To book your place, or for further information, email info@theperformancecorporation.com Date and Time: Thursday 11 April, 09:00 sharp - 14:00 Venue: Meet at Project Arts Centre Website: theperformancecorporation.com / castletownhouse.ie

Welcome Reception with Pop Céilí Join your IETM Dublin colleagues for a drink in the beautiful Meeting House Square where you will be welcomed to Dublin by the Lord Mayor. Here you will be at the heart of Temple Bar, an area redeveloped as Dublin’s cultural quarter in the early 1990s, and the square is flanked by cultural organisations: The Ark (a dedicated cultural centre for children), the Gallery of Photography, the Irish Film Institute and Archive, Dublin Fringe Festival and the National Photographic Archive. Enjoy an Aperol Spritz courtesy of Febvre Wines, have something to eat and kick-start your weekend with a raucous set from Pop Céilí.

Dublin Phrases - Jammers = Adjective. Very full / Dublin Phrases - Jammy = Adjective. Very lucky

Social Programme

Aperol Spritz is Italy’s favourite aperitif! The light, refreshing and fun Venetian drink perfectly balances Prosecco, Aperol and soda to create a bitter-sweet flavour with beautiful orange colour that captures the Italian spirit. Company: Pop Céilí Website: facebook.com/popceili

Created and performed by three theatre artists: Alma Kelliher (composer and sound designer), Ruth McGill (actor and singer) and Megan Riordan (actor and director) Date and Time: Thursday 11 April, 18:00 - 19:30 Venue: Meeting House Square

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Description: Pop Céilí are an intoxicating ensemble who take famous and contemporary pop and dance songs and combine them with traditional Irish music and instrumentation. The resulting live performance is a fun and wild musical set featuring exquisite vocal harmonies, rollicking trad tunes and beats designed to fill the dance floor. They’ll teach you their moves - so come down and join in!


Dublin Phrases - Up to 90 = Adjective. Very busy / Dublin Phrases - It’ll be grand = Expression that indicates that everything will work out

IETM Spring Plenary Meeting. Dublin, 11.04.13 - 14.04.13.

Social Programme Jump! Description: Despite what you might think, sea swimming is a real Dublin tradition. Jen Coppinger, theatre and dance producer, swims in the Irish Sea regularly and invites you to join her and some friends for a swim by James Joyce’s Martello tower at Seapoint. Come for the swim, the camaraderie, the majestic view of Dublin and for the hot cup of tea after. But most of all come for the chats - the honest and open conversations, and the sense of having achieved something together. Trust us, you’ll enjoy yourself! Contact Jen directly before you come to Dublin to book your place (bring swimming togs): jencoppinger@gmail.com Date and Time: Saturday 13 April, 08:00 sharp - 10:30 Venue: Meet outside Abbey Theatre (bring some money for the train, approx. €5)

Run! Description: Fancy a greener view of Dublin? Enjoy a chance to have a chat with other IETMers away from the crowds? Join Hilary O'Shaughnessy, performer, for an easy morning run in beautiful Phoenix Park, one of the biggest city parks in Europe and a favourite spot for Dubliners. Just try not to chase the deer, ok? Date and Time: Saturday 13 April, 08:30 sharp – 10:00 Venue: Meet outside Project Arts Centre (bring some money for the tram, approx. €4)

Closing Party IETM wouldn’t be IETM without some fantastic dance moves. Show us yours. (Or just have a chat over a glass of wine.) This perfectly kitsch club is a fine example of Celtic Tiger Dublin nightlife - come and see what the fuss was about! Date and Time: Saturday 13 April, 21:30 - Late Entry: Please note that there is a €10 entrance fee to this club after midnight! Bring your IETM badge to get free entry before then. We have a private bar here, but the rest of the club will be open to the public. Please look after your valuables! Venue: Howl at the Moon

One more cup of coffee for the road Au revoir, rather than goodbye. A last chance to chat with your colleagues, exchange contact details, retell the scandal from the party and have that final debate about that session you got so worked up about. Irish Film Institute also has a selection of food for you to choose from, so don’t forget to buy something to eat before your journey home. You’ll also be introduced to some of the plans for the next IETM Plenary Meeting in Athens. Supported by Dublin City Council. Date and Time: Sunday 14 April, 11:00 - 13:00 Venue: Irish Film Institute

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Project Arts Centre

“the city’s most interesting venue… You never know what to expect, which makes it all that more fun…” - Lonely Planet Project Arts Centre is Ireland’s leading centre for the development and presentation of contemporary art, dedicated to protecting and nurturing the next generation of Irish artists across all forms of the performing and visual arts. Annually the centre presents over 620 events and curates and co-ordinates 6 exhibitions, as well as supporting the presentation and touring of the work of 34 independent artists as part of our Project Catalyst initiative. For four and a half decades Project Arts Centre has been at the forefront of contemporary artistic practice. Generations of artists and audiences have taken part in its programmes and we have helped to launch the careers of many Irish artists including Liam Neeson, Gabriel Byrne, Jim Sheridan, U2 and have exhibited the work of internationally renowned artists like James Coleman and Gerard Byrne. As we approach our 50th anniversary we remain committed to supporting and developing the artists of the future.

Daytime and Night-Time Meeting Point Project Arts Centre is the hub, hive and haven of IETM Dublin 2013. Hosting much of the artistic programme, it will also open its doors to you from early in the morning until late each night. Meet with fellow delegates or relax over a discounted coffee (sponsored by Illy). Light lunches will be available for purchase and the bar will serve a selection of beer, wine, spirits and non-alcoholic drinks. Thursday 11 April, 12:00–18:30 and 22:00–02:30 Friday 12 April, 09:30–18:30 and 22:00–02:30 Saturday 13 April, 09:30–18:30

Registration

Dublin Phrases - Deffo = Adverb. Definitely / Dublin Phrases - Make tracks = Verb. To leave

Practical Information

The registration desk will usually be located in Project Arts Centre. On Friday morning it will move to the Abbey Theatre, where you can register before and during the General Assembly and Plenary Session. Date and Time: Thursday 11 April, 12:00-17:45, Project Arts Centre Friday 12 April, 09:00–12:30, Abbey Theatre Friday 12 April, 13:30–17:00, Project Arts Centre Saturday 13 April, 09:30-12:00 Project Arts Centre

Ticketing

Tickets can be bought at Project Arts Centre until 2 hours before each performance. After this, and where available, tickets can be bought at the individual performance venues. The venues are small, and the shows will be popular so get in to Project Arts Centre and book your tickets for the weekend as soon as you can! Please note that tickets are non-returnable and non-refundable. We accept cash, Visa and Mastercard

Gallery The Gallery at Project Arts Centre usually presents curated exhibitions of Irish and international contemporary visual art together with new commissions. Installed for IETM Dublin is Hurry on Sundown by Angela Fulcher (Ireland) which recalls 2012 exhibition, Conjuring for Beginners. It is joined by Fieldwork Seating Solution, a simple modular construction designed by Seoidín O’Sullivan (Ireland) which shifts into formations suitable for intimate conversation or public discussion - creating a space for you to relax and mingle.

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The “Box Office” (ticketing office) is located at Project Arts Centre and is open from 09:30 each day. Special delegate price tickets for all Artistic Programme events can be booked at the Box Office from Thursday 11 April only. Please note, regular price tickets are available to the public in advance, but to avail of delegate prices, you must book in person from 11 April. Please refer to individual performances for pricing and other details.


Dublin Phrases - Have a canary = Verb. To be extremely upset / Dublin Phrases - Scratcher = Noun. Bed “I’m only out of the scratcher” – “I am not long awake”

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Where to Eat IETM Delegate Special Offer: Soup Dragon and Illy Coffee at Project Arts Centre (daytime meeting point) Check out some amazing value with our €3 and €5 lunch offers each day from 12:30-14:30. Also try some delicious Illy coffee from our friendly barista, available all day at a discount price! After the Plenary Session on Friday 12 April, a small number of packed lunches will be available for purchase at DanceHouse for those attending the afternoon sessions there.

Dublin city centre is full of places to eat, but if you’re looking for recommendations here are some places the IETM Dublin local team go. Cost for a main course: € - €5 - €10 €€ - €10 - €20 €€€ - €20 + Boojum Millennium Walkway, Dublin 1 +353 (0)1 872 9499 Opening hours: Mon-Sat 12:00-21:00 One of our favourite fast pre-theatre spots for great Mexican burritos. Fast, cheap, tasty, filling, and usually with a queue out the door! € Ciao Bella Roma 25 Parliament Street, Dublin 2 +353 (0)1 677 0004 Opening hours: Mon-Thu 12:00-21:30, 12:00-00:00 Fri and Sat Excellent pizza, pasta and all things Italian, including music, TV and waiters. € - €€ Cornucopia 19-20 Wicklow Street, Dublin 2 +353 (0)1 677 7583 Opening hours: Mon and Tue 08:30-21:00, Wed-Sat 08:30-22:15, Sun 12:00-21:00 Dublin’s best loved vegetarian restaurant. Informal and friendly, Cornucopia has a wide choice of delicious food for breakfast, lunch and dinner. € - €€ Eden Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Dublin 2 +353 (0)1 670 5372 Opening hours: Wed and Thu 12:00-21:00, Fri and Sat 12:00-22:00 In the heart of Temple Bar, Eden serves contemporary food with a distinctive Irish flavour. Early bird menus available. Worth booking a table at the weekends. €€ - €€€

Fallon and Byrne 11-17 Exchequer Street, Dublin 2 +353 (0)1 472 1010 Opening hours: Various, over the three floors, but food is available all day until 21:00 (Sun-Tue), 22:00 (Wed and Thu) and 23:00 (Fri and Sat) Wonderful food and wine to suit all budgets in a building that includes a wine bar, a food hall and deli and a restaurant. € - €€€ Foam 24 Great Strand Street, Dublin 1 +353 (0)1 874 8441 Opening hours: 10:00-21:00 each day This hidden, quirky, flamboyant café is open all day and caters for all tastes. Check out the lampshade collection on the 1st floor. Salads, pizzas, omelettes and tapas. € - €€ Irish Film Institute 6 Eustace Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2 +353 (0)1 679 8712 Opening hours: 12:30-21:30 every day A great choice of good quality bar food, in a beautifully renovated old townhouse now housing the national Film Institute. € - €€ The Larder 8 Parliament Street, Dublin 2. +353 (0)1 633 3581 Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8:00-22:30, Sat 10:00-23:00 Serving fresh, local produce, this boutique café serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and has a great early bird deal. € - €€

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Temple Bar Food Market Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Dublin 2 Opening hours: until about 16:00 on Saturday only This is the food market to cater for all taste buds – as well as a wide selection of local produce. Live like a local and try some oysters with stout! €

Paris Bakery Moore Street, Dublin 1 +353 (0)1 804 4112 Opening hours: Mon-Wed 08:00-20:00, Thu-Sat 08:00-21:00, Sun 10:00-20:00 Not just a bakery but a good informal French restaurant. Located at the centre of an old Dublin market street, Moore Street, which is worth the visit itself! €

Yamamori Sushi 38/39 Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin 1 +353 (0)1 872 0003 Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 12:00-22:30, 12:00-23:30 Fri and Sat Yamamori Noodles 71/72 South Great George’s Street, Dublin 2 +353 (0)1 475 5001 Opening hours: Mon-Thu 12:00-22:30, 12:00-23:30 Fri and Sat Yamamori Isakaya 12/13 South Great George’s Street, Dublin 2 +353 (0)1 645 8001 Opening hours: 17:00-00:30 every day

Pho Viet 162 Parnell Street, Dublin 1 +353 (0)1 878 3165 Opening hours: 12:00 - 00:00 Delicious Vietnamese food on the north side of the city, in an area that has become the most multi-cultural shopping and eating district in recent years. We recommend the Beef pho! €

Different branches of the best Irish Japanese (!) restaurant in the city. From sushi and classic Japanese dishes, to more unusual tapas style dishes served ‘til late at Isakaya. € - €€

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Dublin Phrases - Culchie = Noun. A person from outside of Dublin. / Dublin Phrases - Dab hand = Noun. An expert

Odessa 14 Dame Court, Dublin 2 +353 (0)1 670 7634 Opening hours: Lunch 12:00-16:00, Dinner 17:00-23:00 We think that they have the best brunch in town, but let us know what you think! A high quality restaurant at very affordable prices. € - €€

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Where to Eat


Dublin Phrases - Dub = Noun. A person from Dublin, Real Dub = Noun. A person who demonstrates obvious signs of being from Dublin (and proud of it)

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Dublin – Practical Info The average temperature in Dublin in April is 6-12°C/43-54°F and the weather is VERY changeable - having the four seasons in one day is common! Ireland’s timezone is GMT +0. The international calling code for Ireland is +353 Standard voltage is 230volt AC (50hz). We use 13 amp plugs with three square pins (the same as the UK). Ireland’s currency is the euro. Visa and MasterCard are more widely accepted in Dublin than Amex or Diners Club, which are often not accepted in smaller establishments. You can also use credit cards to withdraw cash at ATMs. Price Index: Coffee: €2 - €4 Pint of beer: €4.50 - €5.50 Sandwich: €2.50 - €7 (depending on your taste) Cigarettes (pack of 20): €8.50 - €10 A normal tip for good service in Dublin restaurants and is between 10%-15%. Service charge is sometimes automatically included for groups of six or more. Rounding up to the nearest denomination for taxi fares is common. Smoking is prohibited in all indoor public spaces and on public transport throughout the country.

Other Practical Things Forty Shades of Green Before fifty shades of grey, there were Forty Shades of Green, which Johnny Cash claimed to count in the Irish landscape on a trip to the Emerald Isle in 1961. IETM Dublin aims to be a green meeting. Please separate your rubbish, recycling what you can in the bins provided. Tap water is free and drinkable in Ireland, so keep your bottle and refill! WiFi There is free WiFi at Project Arts Centre and other venues – but, as we all know, high demand can mean slow service. We recommend you leave your work at home and enjoy the meeting! Dublin City Council has recently launched a number of free WiFi hotspots across the city centre. Visit dublingowexfreewifi.ie for location and access information. Where Am I Staying? If you booked you accommodation through the IETM website, for all questions contact Louise Crawford at Keynote PCO / ietmdublin@keynotepco.ie / +353 (0)1 400 3626 Don’t Forget to Tweet! #ietmdub Contribute to the online conversation, keep up to date with what’s happening in other sessions and let IETM members who can’t make it to Dublin know what they’re missing! Is there a doctor in the house? Office hours medical service Temple Bar Medical Centre, 26 Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin 2. Tel: +353 (0)1 6707255. Out of hours: +353 (0)1 830 0244 The centre is open during working hours. Appointments must be booked in advance. Out of hours medical service D-Doc. Tel: 1850 22 44 77 (low-cost, from Irish phones only) Your call will be answered by clinical staff who will either arrange for you to be seen by a relevant practitioner at the closest available treatment centre or offer medical advice over the phone. Pharmacies Temple Bar Pharmacy, 21 East Essex Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2. Tel: +353 (0)1 670 9751 Opening hours: Mon-Fri, 9:30-19:00; Thu-Fri 9:30-20:00; Sat 10:00-20:00; Sun 13:00 – 17:00 Hickey’s Pharmacy, 55 Lower O’Connell Street, Dublin 1. Tel: +353 (0)1 873 0427 Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00-22:00; Sat 8:30-22:00; Sun 10:00-22:00 Police Pearse Street Garda Station, Pearse Street, Dublin 2. Tel: +353 (0)1 666 9000 Emergencies Dial 112 (Police, ambulance, fire service)

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Mary Ann DeVlieg Michel Quéré Milica Ilic Laetitia van de Walle Anaïs Gabaut Elena Di Federico Isla Watton Solène Aubier

Secretary General Meetings Coordinator Head of Communication and Administration Administrative Assistant Communication Assistant Support for Communication Intern Translator

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Board of Directors Virve Sutinen Jan Goossens Judith Knight  Natasa Zavolovsek Honne Dohrmann Willie White Henk Keizer

IETM Advisory Board Michele Losi Stéphane Noël Marilli Mastrantoni Esther Charron Esra A. Aysun Bradley Allen Ida Buren Martina Marti Pierre-Yves Charlois Cathie Boyd Yohann Floch

Dansens Hus, Sweden (IETM President) KVS, Belgium Artsadmin, UK Exodos, Slovenia  Tanzcompagnie Oldenburg / Oldenburgisches Staatstheater, Germany Dublin Theatre Festival, Ireland  Leeuwarden European Capital of Culture 2018, The Netherlands Associazione Etre, Italy  Independent, Germany  Theatre Entropia, Greece Pôles Magnétiques, Canada  Masumiyet Muzesi / Museum of Innocence, Turkey Hotel Pro Forma, Denmark  Intercult, Sweden  Independent, Finland  ODIA Normandie, France  Cryptic, UK  HorsLesMurs, France 

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Grzegorz Reske, IETM Krakow 2011 Lene Bang, IETM Copenhagen 2012 Zvonimir Dobrovic, IETM Zagreb 2012 Kelly Diapouli, IETM Athens 2013 Manon Martin, IETM Montpellier 2014 IETM aisbl, 19 Square Sainctelette, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgique http://ietm.org, ietm@ietm.org Tel: +322 201 0915, Fax: +322 203 0226 IETM is a membership organisation which exists to stimulate the quality, development and contexts of contemporary performing arts in a global environment, by initiating and facilitating professional networking and communication, the dynamic exchange of information, know-how transfer and presentations of examples of good practice. IETM consists of over 500 subscribing professional performing arts organisations from more than 50 countries. They are engaged in innovative, contemporary performance work and are committed to cross-border artistic exchange and collaboration.

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Dublin Phrases - My local = Noun. The drinking establishment which is located closest to your home.

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Dublin Phrases - Dub = Noun. A person from Dublin, Real Dub = Noun. A person who demonstrates obvious signs of being from Dublin (and proud of it)

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Producer Artistic Director, Project Arts Centre General Manager and Executive Producer, Project Arts Centre Administrator and Planner Logistics Manager Production Manager Technical Manager

Funding Partners

The Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon; Culture Ireland; Dublin City Council; Fáilte Ireland, Project Arts Centre. IETM Dublin 2013 is an initiative of the Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon in partnership with Culture Ireland, produced by Project Arts Centre and supported by Dublin City Council and Fáilte Ireland. It is part of both the Arts Council’s and Culture Ireland's Culture Programme to mark Ireland’s Presidency of the Council of the European Union.

IETM Dublin Steering Committee

Jocelyn Clarke (the Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon), Madeline Boughton (Culture Ireland), Willie White (Dublin Theatre Festival), Jo Mangan (The Performance Corporation), Paul Johnson (Dance Ireland)

IETM Dublin Content Programme Advisory Panel

Annabelle Comyn (HATCH Theatre), Patrick Lonergan (NUI Galway), Peter Crawley (The Irish Times and Irish Theatre Magazine), Loughlin Deegan (The Lir Academy)

IETM Dublin Artistic Programme Advisory Panel

Liv O’Donoghue, José Miguel Jimenez (The Company), Fearghus Ó Conchúir, Gavin Quinn (Pan Pan Theatre)

Project Arts Centre Staff

Cian O’Brien, Artistic Director, Project Arts Centre Niamh O’Donnell, General Manager and Executive Producer, Project Arts Centre Tessa Giblin, Curator of Visual Arts Ciara McKeon, Assistant Curator of Visual Arts Annette Devoy, Administrator Kate McSweeney, Finance and Accounts Officer Joseph Collins, Production Manager Seán Dennehy, Technical Manager Aaron Kelly, Centre Technician Carmel Mackey, House Manager Siobhan Shortt, Box Office Supervisor Melanie Wright, Communications Manager Kate O'Sullivan, Development and Communications Officer Conall O Riain, Communications Assistant Andrew Adamson, Bar Manager Senija Topcic, Photographer

Venue Partners

Abbey Theatre The Ark, A Cultural Centre for Children DanceHouse Dublin Fringe Festival Gallery of Photography Irish Film Institute Irish Theatre Institute Temple Bar Cultural Trust (Meeting House Square) Smock Alley Theatre Temple Bar Gallery and Studios

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Session Partners

Arts Audiences, CREATE, ISACS - Irish Street Arts, Circus and Spectacle Network, The Performance Corporation.

Accommodation Partner

Keynote PCO; keynotepco.ie ietmdublin@keynotepco.ie A huge thanks to all our volunteers - without your commitment IETM Dublin would not have been possible IETM Dublin design by Paul Gately, Motif.ie IETM photography by Dmitrij Matvejev

We Wish To Thank

Eileen Collins and Fiach Mac Conghail, Abbey Theatre; Bradley Allan; Arts Audiences; Lene Bang; Catherine Boothman; Andrew Jones, British Council; Madeline Boughton, Margaret O’Gorman, Christine Sisk and Ciarán Walsh, Culture Ireland; Katie Lowry, Cultural Contact Point; Dance Ireland; Sabina O’Donnell, Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht; Druid Theatre Company; Sheena Barrett and Ray Yeates, Dublin City Council; Ciaran McLoone, Dublin Convention Bureau; Dublin Dance Festival; Dublin Fringe Festival; Elisabetta Sabbatini, Embassy of France in Ireland; Geraldine Jeffers, Fáilte Ireland; Febvre Wines; Jennifer Killelea, Filmbase; Angela Fulcher; Trish Lamb, Gallery of Photography; Richard Gregory; Michael Ingle, Illy Ireland; Ross Keane and Bert Donlon, Irish Film Institute; Irish Theatre Institute; Megan Kennedy; Jessica Kennedy ;Louise Crawford, Keynote PCO; Maisie Lee; Stuart Campbell and Gillian Mitchell, The MAC; Paul Gately, Motif; Kate O’Sullivan; Seoidín O’Sullivan; The Performance Corporation; Rory Pierce; Megan Riordan; Grainne Millar and Lyndsey Ni Rainaill, Temple Bar Cultural Trust; Fin Flynn and Philip Healy, Theatre Development Centre; Steve Slater; Joe Stuart; Tiina Ylonen. The organisers of the IETM Dublin would like to warmly thank all the artists, speakers, moderators, note takers, caretakers, minders, volunteers, the technical crew, the pre-meeting production team, partners, funders of the Meeting. Finally, and most importantly, a huge thanks to all the staff at Project Arts Centre. Project Arts Centre, 39 East Essex Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland. Projectartscentre.ie Tel: +353 (0)1 881 9613

Dublin Phrases - Jar = Noun. A drink / Dublin Phrases - Snog = Verb. To kiss (passionately)

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Maps and Venues 1 Project Arts Centre 39 East Essex Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2. Ireland’s leading centre for the development and presentation of contemporary art. Day Time and Night-Time Meeting Point / Point de recontre.

2 Abbey Theatre 26 Abbey Street Lower, Dublin 1. Established in 1903, Ireland’s national theatre produces a year-round programme of Irish and international work, investing in and promoting new Irish writers and artists.

3 The Ark, A Cultural Centre for Children 11a Eustace Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2. Europe's first custom-built Children's Cultural Centre programmes and hosts high quality cultural work by, for and about children aged 2 to 12. 4 DanceHouse Foley Street, Dublin 1. The home of Dance Ireland, DanceHouse is a purpose-built rehearsal venue, a working base for professional dance practice and a hub for the wider dance community.

5 Dublin Fringe Festival Sycamore Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2. A curated, multi-disciplinary festival and year-round organisation which nurtures new and innovative approaches to the arts. Please note, this venue is not accessible for wheelchair users. 6 Howl at the Moon 7 Mount Street Lower, Dublin 2. A perfect example of how Dublin’s Celtic Tiger cubs

partied pre-crash - and still do. A little bit of kitsch in the heart of Dublin’s Georgian quarter. Please note that there is a €10 entrance fee to this club after midnight! Bring your IETM badge to get free entry before then. We have a private bar here, but the rest of the club will be open to the public. Please look after your valuables!

7 Irish Film Institute 6 Eustace Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2. Ireland’s national cultural institution for film. It contains cinemas, a film shop, a bar and restaurant and houses the Irish Film Archive. 8 Irish Theatre Institute 17 Eustace Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2. A resource organisation for the professional Irish theatre sector, which promotes Irish work in an international and all-island context. Please note, this venue is not accessible for wheelchair users. 9 Meeting House Square Temple Bar, Dublin 2. Dublin’s outdoor-indoor space, located at the heart of Temple Bar, Dublin's cultural quarter.

10 Samuel Beckett Theatre Trinity College, College Green, Dublin 2. The campus theatre of the Trinity’s Department of Drama, named after one of the university’s most eminent alumni. Enter via Front Gate, College Green on Thursday and Friday. Enter via side-entrance, Nassau Street on Saturday. When you get there, a volunteer will point you in the right direction!

11 Smock Alley Theatre Exchange Street Lower, Temple Bar, Dublin 8. Dublin’s oldest theatre built in 1662 and re-developed in 2012, housing four performance spaces, an acting school and programming a diverse range of work.

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IETM Dublin 2013 Programme of Events  

This April over 600 performing arts professionals from around the world will descend on Dublin for four days of creative thinking and networ...

IETM Dublin 2013 Programme of Events  

This April over 600 performing arts professionals from around the world will descend on Dublin for four days of creative thinking and networ...

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