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    • www.imagine2020.eu

    • IMAGINE 2020 networkART AND CLIMATE CHANGECreate awareness of the causes and effects of climate change Contribute to the necessary cultural shift for a sustainable future
    • 6 partners4 countries2 years (June 2008 – May 2010) Kaaitheater Brussels (BE)Théâtre Le Quai Angers (FR)Domaine d’O Montpellier (FR)LIFT London (GB)Artsadmin London (GB) Bunker Lljubliana (SI)The 2020 network : Thin Ice6 partners /4 countries2 years (June 2008 – May 2010) Budget: € 467 865 EU: €200 000Kaaitheater Brussels (BE)Théâtre Le Quai Angers (FR)Domaine d’O Montpellier (FR)LIFT London (GB)Artsadmin London (GB) Bunker Lljubliana (SI)
    • 11 partners / 9 countries5 years (July 2010 – June 2015)Budget: € 4,427,510 EU: € 2,213,755Kaaitheater Brussels (BE)Théâtre Le Quai Angers (FR)Domaine d’O Montpellier (FR)LIFT London (GB)Artsadmin London (GB) Bunker Lljubliana (SI)R’damse Schouwburg Rotterdam (NL)Kampnagel Hamburg (DE)Transforma Torres Vedras (PT)Domino Zagreb (HR)NTIL Riga (LV)
    • NetworkmembersPartnersArtistsImagine 2020
    • Imagine 2020Venues/FestivalsArtistic programmeDay to day businessArtistsContentProduce & presentdifferently
    • PartnersImagine 2020Core Funding/Policy makingEU Culture ProgrammeMunicipal/Regional/National governments andfunding bodiesProjets/ Project FundingTipping Point, ADEME, Julie’s Bicycle,British Council, Foundations, Cape Farewell, Greenpeace, Oxfam
    • Support eachother on aEuropean levelto play a leadingrole locally New fundingsources forchallengingprojectsA EuropeanvoiceExchangeinformation,initiate projects,shareexperiences Like-minded yetvery differentperforming artsorganisationsA European NetworkAckroyd Harvey ON THE FIELD
    • Commissions Co-productions Touring & Programming Residencies Partnerships Summer Labs Conferences Act as « agents » Document Produce and work differently Frédéric Ferrer, KYOTO FOREVER
    • Anna Mendelssohn,CRY ME A RIVERInstallations, Site specific, Black boxLarge, medium, small scaleCommunity basedSmall/large audiences
    • Michael Pinsky PLUNGE
    • Image
Rachid
Ouramdane
 Croatian writers and illustrator Helena Janecic CLIMATE CHANGE FAIRY TALES Tales for a better tomorrow
    • The Laboratory of Insurrectionary Imagination (Labofii)
    • Rachid Ouramdane SFUMATO
    • Davis
Freeman
Davis FreemanEXPANDING ENERGY & SEVENPROMISES
    • Christoph Marthaler+/- 0 A SUBPOLAR BASECAMP
    • Frédéric
Ferrer
Frédéric FerrerA LA RECHERCHE DES CANARDSPERDUS
    • Kate McIntoshWORKTABLE
    • “Cultural institutions want to suggest solutions with the help ofthe artists. Do you think that this sort of positioning ispossible?” “ Yes, and perhaps more than a positioning of the artists themselves. Mixingtogether artists working in different fields, different art forms, could allowthe cultural institutions to think tomorrow’s world and to invent leads andproposals. But artists can be at the core of such reflections.” Frédéric Ferrer in “Art for Earth’s Sake”Role of the artist/ Role of the organisation
    • CONFERENCES & WORKSHOPS
    • SUMMERLABS – ARTISTS & SCIENTISTS

    • CHANGING YOUR ORGANISATIONDomaine d’O, Montpellier
    • GREEN RIDERThis Green Rider is from the organiser/venue to the artist/company/producer in addition to theTechnical Rider.GENERAL> As part of its on-going commitment to the environment and in the firm belief that the cultural sectorhas a role to play in the fight against climate change, [name of venue/organisation] has decided togreen its contracts and limit CO2 emissions whenever possible.> [the artist/company] will, as much as possible, provide information necessary to help [name ofvenue/organisation] to measure and reduce the environmental impact of the performances.> During the duration of the engagement and while in the promoter’s venue, the company will striveto adhere to the ecological charter [name of venue/organisation] has developed for its employees.> [name of venue/organisation] encourages [the artist/company] to ask for the simple measures listedin this Green Rider at all other venues they will perform at.> [name of venue/organisation] encourages [the artist/company] to ask other venues and festivals towaiver any geographical exclusivity clauses so that tours can be organised in a more efficient way.> Further information and advice are available under IMPROVE at imagine2020.euSCENOGRAPHY> If [name of venue/organisation] is a commissioner or co-producer of [the production] the [name ofvenue/organisation] and [the artist/company] will work together to explore different options withregards to materials used in the design of the set, costumes, props, lighting, and an “exit strategy”(i.e. re-use/recycling) for all materials used.TRAVEL> Before deciding the best travel option, [name of venue/organisation] and [the artist/company] agreeto calculate the CO2 impact of the different means of travel.IMAGINE 2020 GREEN MODELS – Staff, artists, audiences
    • WHAT WORKSFrédéric Ferrer, COMMENT J’AI APPRIS A NE PLUS M’EN FAIRE….
    • Challenges
CHALLENGESCollectif Argos, REFUGIES CLIMATIQUES
    • New Economics Foundation / Imagine 2020 IMAGINE THE GREAT TRANSITION Dette Glashouwer MONEY MONEY MONEYThe Great Transition Great Revaluing (« good » things cheap and « bad » things expensive)Great Redistribution (of income and wealth)Great Rebalancing (different markets)Great Localisation (« subsidiary » system)Great Reskilling (local production = different skills)Great Economic Irrigation (different taxation)Great Interdependance (international context)Commissioned Films, Performances, Talks(NEF, Imagine 2020 network, local players)
    • www.imagine2020.eufacebook / twitter