Confirming the role of arts in the areas of society, culture and ecosystem, we defined “sustainability” as securing the ability to sustain to lay out the future together. We also agreed on the need for structural changes to this end. As understanding that “changes” are bringing about a shift in perspectives on society, structure and attitude while pursuing sustainability, we developed our dialogue into further specific questions.
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Asian Producers’ Platform
Lim jin is actively working as an independent planner in the areas of festival programing, performance production and international exchanges. Based on strong interest in urban spaces, she is collaborating with various festival and art companies. It is a great pleasure for her to tell the story of the world she encounters at performances, as well as explore interesting questions.
Asian Producers’ Platform (APP) is a network of performing arts producers established in 2014. It creates a strong network of Asian producers across the region, and shares and develops the work of artists, professional skills, and cultural practices. Members have conducted in-depth research, created projects together, and developed professional practices and networks across the region. Its Camp incorporates a mix of producers who need support to develop their intercultural practice. Previous Camps were done in 2014 in Korea, 2015 in Taiwan, 2016 in Japan, 2017 in Australia, 2018 in Indonesia and 2019 in Hong Kong, Macau, Guangzhou.