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IN SITU is the European platform for artistic creation in public space. Since 2003, it has supported more than 250 artists working outside conventional venues and contributing to the transformation of our territories.
IN SITU is an ecosystem connecting a new generation of artists with audiences, programmers, and key-players involved in the economic, political and social realities around Europe.
IN SITU develops an ecology of creation based on transnational artistic workshops and laboratories, European and international residencies and collective mentoring for pilot artistic projects.
IN SITU also designs tailored consulting and expertise for European cities, online training modules (MOOC) and a Think Tank dedicated to artistic creation in public space.
New European application approved: IN SITU continues its journey until (at least) the end of 2024! The new cooperation project (UN)COMMON SPACES 2020-2024, bringing together 19 partners and 12 associate partners from Europe and abroad, has been selected by the European Commission within the framework of the Creative Europe Programme and will kick off in November 2020.
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Artopolis Association / PLACCC Festival
Budapest / Hungary
Atelier 231 / Festival Viva Cité (CNAREP, centre national des arts de la rue et de l’espace public)
Sotteville-lès-Rouen / France
Ctyri dny / 4 + 4 Days in Motion
Prague / Czech Republic
Hull / United Kingdom
Philadelphia / The United States of America
La Strada Graz
Graz / Austria
Metropolis / Københavns Internationale Teater
Copenhagen / Denmark
Norfolk & Norwich Festival
Norwich / United Kingdom
Terschelling / The Netherlands
Provinciaal Domein Dommelhof
Scène Nationale De L’Essonne
Teatri ODA / HAPU Festival
Prishtina / Kosovo
Glasgow / United Kingdom
Research & Education
Cultural Operators - Europe
Tombées De La Nuit
Cultural Operators - Asia
Linhai Art Festival
Seoul Street Arts Festival
IN SITU ACT 2016 - 2020 is co-funded by the European Union Creative Europe programme.
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