A full day was dedicated to CHANGING ROOM presentations and workshops giving members the opportunity to give their input on the upcoming training workshops, the online toolkit and other aspects of the project. Parallel to these sessions, a group of MA students from the Sibelius Academy conducted focus groups interviews under the supervision of professor Timo Cantell.
The first application round for the Staff Exchange programme has closed and within a few months the first exchanges of TEH staff will take place.
In the end of April CHANGING ROOM was presented at the IETM spring meeting in Bratislava where a fruitful meeting with the three other pilot projects awarded EU funding within the same specific call for proposals was organised. With the aim to achieve better and more visible results the project agreed to collaborate on parts of the projects that overlap, which was warmly welcomed by the CHANGING ROOM project team.
The three other pilot projects are:
by Pépinières Européennes pour Jeunes Artistes
– Supporting Performing Art Circulation in Europe by ONDA – Office National de Diffusion Artistique
See Mobile See Practical – coordinated by the Finnish Theatre Information Centre
More info: www.teh.net/changingroom