Cultart Management Academy

Days 3 | Friendly Match 10| 05| 2023 #enjoyperforming

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The combination of two-sided cultural exploration of the local art scene contributed to the overall learning experience and provided a more holistic perspective on the challenges and opportunities faced by cultural organizations like DI.PE.TH.I. The exchange of ideas and experiences during this day proved instrumental in fostering a collaborative and enriching work process. 

The group met the artistic director and the program team of the Municipal Regional Theatre of Ioannina (DI.PE.TH.I.), marking the commencement of a series of insightful interviews and discussions. What makes the theatre unique? What are the challenges of managing a municipality theatre? How to curate a program? What are the local and international opportunities for contemporary performances? How to attract audiences, and keep the warm audiences engaged? Following their explorations, the participants proceeded to The House of Pyrsinellas, now housing the primary administrative offices of the theater. Welcomed by the staff, they were treated to an insightful tour of the mansion, gaining a deeper understanding of its historical and contemporary significance within the context of the theater’s operations. 

The second stop was the visit to the 3 Portes Gallery with an inspiring talk with the gallerist and curator Mrs. Sophie Fardella. Through these discussions, participants gained valuable insights on how to establish and manage a local contemproary gallery. What is the urge to work with new artists? What are the cultural scene demands? How to find support, partnerships, and funding? 


Day 4 | Base Camp 

11 | 05 | 2023

The fourth day of the program featured two central workshops, giving a platform to both share findings and collaboratively strategize for the final case study solutions.

The first workshop was focused on the group’s presentations wherein participants shared their insights from the Cultural Mapping exercises as a collective exploration of the city’s cultural landscapes. The second one was to team up into 4 groups with four different module-based action plans and approaches. Drawing inspiration from the diverse perspectives and insights gathered throughout the program curriculum, these collaborative groups aimed to develop strategies that could address the challenges identified during the case studies and Cultural Mapping exercises. The emphasis was on creating realistic and practical initiatives that could contribute to the enhancement and sustainability of the cultural scene in Ioannina.


Day 5 | Home Run

Here you can find the 4 groups’ presentations on the case study, as follows:

Group 1 Marketing & Promotion


Group 3 Social change  with T(h)EAtre Time and “The Tempest”


  • Learn more about the groups’ solutions to the case study challenges and the Performing Arts Program in depth on pages 95 to 123 in the Cultart Book digital version.

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