Act 2 of the prospective reflection on the performing arts in 2050: what will be the future of the performing arts venue? The issue is crucial for artists and audiences: what will be the transformation of venues in the face of the new challenges of creation and dissemination, and what will be the inclusion of audiences, as well as the impact of digital technology and the ecological imperative?
The performing arts venue in 2050. How should it be used for research, how should artists be associated with the venue, and in what ways should it be paid and financed? What kind of adaptation of facilities should be considered for new generations of artists and new forms of writing?
With Émilie Capliez and Matthieu Cruciani co-directors of the Comédie de Colmar, Eli Commins director of the Lieu Unique, Scène nationale de Nantes, Julie Deliquet director of the CDN Saint-Denis, Florence Vilsalmon assistant to the Head of the Department of Multidisciplinary Dissemination and Transversal Programmes of the DGCA, Olivia Grandville director of the CNN La Rochelle, Christopher Miles general director of artistic creation, Maëlle Poésy director of the CDN Dijon-Bourgogne, Jacques Renard of News Tank Culture