[fullwidth backgroundcolor=”no” backgroundimage=”” backgroundrepeat=”no-repeat” backgroundposition=”left top” backgroundattachment=”scroll” bordersize=”0px” bordercolor=”” borderstyle=”” paddingtop=”0px” paddingbottom=”0px” paddingleft=”0px” paddingright=”0px” menu_anchor=”” class=”” id=””][title size=”2″ content_align=”left” style_type=”single” sep_color=”” class=”” id=””]Asian Producers’ Platform (APP)[/title][fusion_text]The Asian Producers’ Platform (APP) is a new long term public-private partnership initiative driven by The Steeing Committee for the Producer (Korea) and the Arts Council of Korea; Open Network for Performing Arts Management (ON-PAM, Japan); Performing Arts Alliance (PAA, Taiwan); and Live Performance Australia (LPA), Performing Lines, Australia Council for the Arts (Australia). It is designed to create a strongly linked network of Asian producers who can work effectively across the region, sharing and developing artistic works, skills and cultural practices.

The Asian Producers’ Platform (APP) offers participants the opportunity to :

  1. Develop industry networks in key Asian countries
  2. Explore producing as a creative practice
  3. Develop an Inter-cultural practice
  4. Develop as an Arts Leader

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 The Core of APP is the annual APP Camp attended by 5 creative producers from each of the 4 host countries (Korea, Japan, Taiwan and Australia), plus another 10-15 producers from other Asian countries.

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 Attendance is by application and the selection criteria will include a commitment to developing intercultural producing practice.

 APP Camp incorporates a mix of emerging and established producers, in recognition that established producers still need support to develop inter-cultural practice.

[/fusion_text][/one_third][two_third last=”yes” class=”” id=””][title size=”3″ content_align=”left” style_type=”single” sep_color=”” class=”” id=””]Program[/title][fusion_text]Over the course of the intensive 7 day APP Camp, the participants will spend time:

  • Getting to know each other including developing an appreciation of each other’s language and cultural perspectives around producing
  • Getting to know the place (the host country’s funding climate, key players in the arts, key venues and the kind of work being produced, or for which there is audience demand)
  • Extending themselves through exploring their approach to creative producing within an Asian framework.

While most of the Camp will be small group meeting and sessions, one day of the Camp takes a Conference format, providing learning and development opportunities for a broader group of local producers, alongside APP Camp participants.[/fusion_text][/two_third][separator style_type=”none” top_margin=”5″ bottom_margin=”5″ sep_color=”” icon=”” width=”” class=”” id=””][fullwidth backgroundcolor=”no” backgroundimage=”” backgroundrepeat=”no-repeat” backgroundposition=”left top” backgroundattachment=”scroll” bordersize=”0px” bordercolor=”” borderstyle=”” paddingtop=”0px” paddingbottom=”0px” paddingleft=”0px” paddingright=”0px” menu_anchor=”” class=”” id=””][title size=”3″ content_align=”left” style_type=”single” sep_color=”” class=”” id=””]APP CAMPS are planned as follows[/title][counters_box columns=”4″ class=”” id=””][counter_box value=”2014″ unit=”” unit_pos=”suffix” icon=”fa-calendar” border=”yes” color=”” direction=”up”]

Korea

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Taiwan

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Japan

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Australia

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The Steering committee for the Producer

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Korea : The Steering committee for the Producer

The Steering Committee for the Producer was established in 2013 in order to encourage producers’ professional development and networking. The goal of the Steering Committee is to establish long term networks between creative producers in Asia, with a focus on developing diverse collaborative intercultural projects.

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Performing Arts Alliance (PAA)

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Taiwan : Performing Arts Alliance (PAA)

Established in 1997, Performing Arts Alliance, as a non-profit organization, has played a vital role in providing information on performing arts, maintaining effective communication betweeb public and private sectors and nuturing a sound performing environment ever since. PAA actively participated in disccussions in public policies; helped cultivate talents and explored channels for fundrasing, moreover, developing international connections to establish network and partnership with overseas performming arts institutions.

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Open Network for Performing Arts Management (ON-PAM)

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Japan : Open Network for Performing Arts Management (ON-PAM)

ON-PAM is a membership network aiming to create a “meeting place” for those involved in the management of performing arts. It was set up in February 2013 based on the proposal of 13 Japanese producers. In its first year, more than 150 individuals, including some overseas-based members, have joined this new network. Members exchange ideas, thoughts and information in three working committees; on Cultural Policy, International Exchange and Community-based Co-working

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Performing Lines

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Australia : Performing Lines

Performing Lines develops, produces and tours new and innovative Australian performing arts regionally, nationally and internationally.

We nurture and recognize creativity, provide artists with access to broader audiences, and contribute to a distinctly contemporary Australian culture in Australia and overseas. We work at every level, from emerging independent artists to established artists and companies. We connect artists with national and international presenters; and broker and manage the tours that result.

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Live Performance Australia (LPA)

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Australia : Live Performance Australia (LPA)

LPA is the peak body for the live Live Performance Australia (LPA). LPA is the peak body for that live performance industry in Australia, and represents performing arts companies, producers, venues, festivals and industry service providers like touring coordinators. LPA established the Producer Development Program in 2009, and has delivered full day and short format professional development seminars for producers around Australia. LPA began delivering more focused events for Independent Producers in 2012 through an annual Independent Producers Summit.

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