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LÉIM - a toolkit for the next generation of dance multi-players
Date du début: 1 juin 2013,

LÉIM – a toolkit for the next generation of dance multi-players LÉIM is a 2-yr leadership programme aimed at identifying, nurturing and investing in the next generation of dance multi-players, i.e. dance curators, programmers and managers. Five national cultural institutions with a strong international dance policy and practice come together to share their experience and to invest their pioneering knowledge in an emerging generation of cultural operators aware of the future content and formats in the artistic field and help them develop advanced skills to work with artists and audiences alike to promote and circulate high quality artistic works on a European level.LÉIM is an innovative piece of action research, offering participants specific valuable hands-on experience in organisations with a high degree of expertise in the field of dance both in their own countries and on EU level. The programme aims to build a Europe-wide community of cultural players capable to play multiple roles in different horizontal organisations (= multi-players) and to stimulate their creative development through exchange and interaction with institutions, artists and communities outside the usual cultural context in which they operate. The context LÉIM offers is one of support and encouragement as well as challenge and practical engagement. By having access to a modular system comprising practical management tool kits, think tank sessions and cumulative placements in a minimum of 4 different institutions, participants are free to pursue their own ideas by actively and concretely working on developing their own cultural projects. Built upon principles of sharing and exchange of artistic and managerial approaches in the development of dance practices, participants will have access to an extensive international network of artists, cultural operators and institutions through which they will get the chance to learn and present themselves as active cultural players.



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