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European Theatre Convention Breakfast Briefing

din, 24/04/2012 - 09:00 - 11:00

The European Theatre Convention (ETC) founded in 1988, is the largest pan-European network of public theatres representing over 40 members in more than 20 countries with the aim to increase the impact of public theatres in European cultural policy discourses and to promote contemporary European theatre creation.


In the framework of the European artistic education flagship project Young Europe, we are delighted to invite you for a Breakfast Briefing to present our vision, events and projects for 2012 - European theatre matters! A creative and innovative source in Europe’s cities! - in presence of our new President, Mrs Dubravka Vrgoc, from Croatia.


One month before our planned General Assembly in Hungary, which currently faces cultural streamlining under the current government, we will also take the opportunity to raise awareness of specific Hungarian political situation and its intervention with the arts.


Dubravka Vrgoc, president of the ETC, artistic director of Zagreb Youth Theatre, Croatia
Serge Rangoni, vice-president of the ETC, artistic director of Theâtre de la Place, Belgium
Jörg Bochow, vice-president of the ETC, vice artistic director of Staatstheater Stuttgart, Germany
Imre Halasi, artistic director of the National Theatre Miskolc, Hungary


WHEN April 24, 2012 | 9.00 am

WHERE International Press Center (Residence Palace) | Brussels | Room Magritte | 3rd Floor


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The European Theatre Convention, founded in 1988, is a pan-European non profit-making membership organisation representing the publicly funded theatre sector in over 20 countries whose aims are: To create, protect and promote the art of theatre and its linguistic diversity in Europe and beyond; to act as transnational theatre collaboration network to foster cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue; to act as platform for professional exchange, development and capacity building of theatre makers in an international context; and to act as representation and advocacy network of the public theatre sector on EU, Member states and local level. More on


Résidence Palace, Magritte