with Iphigenia Taxopoulou
Part I: “Art & Ecology”: Environmental Art and Artistic Responses to the Climate Crisis
Part II: “Sustainable theatre – Green Producing”: Introducing Sustainability into Theatre-making (general framework and case studies)
Thursday, November 28, 2019
10h00 – 18h00
CV/résumé Iphigenia Taxopoulou
She holds a BA Honours degree in Philology (Aristotle University, Thessaloniki) and an MA degree in Cultural Management & Theatre Criticism (City University, London).
She is a founding member and General Secretary of the European theatre network mitos21.
She has served as Associate General Secretary of the International Association of Theatre Critics, as cultural advisor to the President of the Hellenic Parliament, as Board member of the Thessaloniki Concert Hall and is currently on the advisory board of the cultural review “The Books’ Journal”. She has collaborated, as a dramaturg, artistic advisor and international projects manager, with many cultural institutions – among which the National Theatre of Strasbourg, the Ingmar Bergman International Festival, the International Film Festival of Thessaloniki, the Athens&Epidaurus Festival et al.
Over the past ten years she has focused her research and has worked extensively on the field of sustainability and culture. She is an associate partner of Julie’s Bicycle, the UK-based international organisation, bridging environmental sustainability and the creative sector. She has helped develop training programmes on sustainable cultural management and is currently overseeing the “green” project of the Onassis Cultural Centre in Athens.
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