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Practics Project Partners

The following organisations are members of the EU-funded PRACTICS network, researching barriers to cultural mobility and testing infopoints in four regions to help artists find the information they need when building international projects. Wales Arts International is one of four project 'infopoints'.

Other Infopoints

SPAIN
The Interarts Foundation for International Cultural Cooperation
http://www.interarts.net/en/
Interarts is a private, non-governmental organization which carries out projects in the field of culture. Its mission is to foster the role of culture through research, strategy design and knowledge transfer.

THE NETHERLANDS
SICA
http://www.sica.nl/en/
SICA Dutch Centre for International Cultural Activities is an institute dedicated to international cultural policy and is the Dutch host organisation for the European Cultural Point, which provides information on European Framework Programme for Culture .

BELGIUM
Kunstenlocket
http://www.kunstenloket.be/
Kunstenlocket is a neutral point of contact offering business and legal advice for anyone involved in the artistic professions (artists, producers, business leaders, etc.). A lot of information and advice on international working can be found on their website.

Other Partners

TINFO
http://www.teatteri.org/english/
TINFO, the Finnish Theatre Information Centre, is the Finnish Centre of the International Theatre Institute (ITI) and the Nordic Theatre Union (NTU).

Pearle* Performing Arts Employers Associations League Europe
http://www.pearle.ws/en/pearle
Pearle* is the European trade federation of Performing Arts organisations. Pearle* represents through its members associations more than 4,000 theatres, theatre production companies, orchestras and music ensembles, opera houses, ballet and dance companies, festivals, and other organisations within the performing arts sector across Europe.

Fondazione Fitzcarraldo
http://www.fitzcarraldo.it/en/
Fondazione Fitzcarraldo is the leading Italian centre on cultural, arts and media management and policies, based in Turin and active worldwide for many years. An operative foundation focused on groundbreaking approaches in planning, research, consulting, training and documentation of activities and projects, it is a service of all those who create, practice, take part in, produce, promote and support the arts and culture.

International network for Contemporary Performing Arts – IETM
http://www.ietm.org/
IETM is a network and 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.

The European League of Institutes of the Arts (ELIA)
http://www.elia-artschools.org/
ELIA is an independent membership organisation representing approximately 350 higher arts education institutions from over 45 countries and founded in 1990. ELIA represents all disciplines in the arts, including architecture, dance, design, fine art, media arts, music and theatre.

ECAS
http://www.ecas-citizens.eu/
ECAS is an international non-profit organization whose mission is to enable NGOs and individuals to make their voice heard with the EU by providing advice on how to lobby, fundraise, and defend European citizenship rights.


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