Balandžio 18 d. kviečiame į Glen tinklo seminarą „Communicating the arts”


Balandžio 18 d. 13 val. (12 val. CET) kviečiame dalyvauti Glen tinklo organizuojamame seminare „Communicating the Arts”, kurio metu nagrinėsime svarbiausius įrankius bei medijas, reikalingas tikslingai ir sėkmingai scenos menų komunikacijai.

Seminaras vyks anglų kalba. Dalyvavimas nemokamas.

Nuoroda registracijai: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0qd-GupjojGdIwzr9T3R735Sjfe2n4R1wU

Topic: GLEN webinar #3 – Communicating the arts

Time: Apr 18, 2024 12:00 PM CET

Meeting ID: 897 0868 1936

Passcode: GLEN#3

Daugiau informacijos apie seminarą:

Throughout this webinar, we’ll delve into the diverse array of tools, stakeholders, and mediums that are essential for effective communication within the realm of live performances, theater, dance, and more. Whether you’re an actor, dancer, musician, or involved in any aspect of the performing arts, mastering communication is key to engaging your audience, collaborating with fellow artists, producers, curators, and programmers as well as navigating the performing arts landscape. Join us as we explore tools like networking, pitching, artist statements, presentations and portfolios and match them with stakeholders and presenting situations.


With Barbara Poček, Glej Theatre’s artistic board member and international development manager

Kristina Savickienė, Artistic Director of the Vilnius International Theatre Festival Sirenos 


Barbara Poček

Barbara Poček has been collaborating with Ljubljanas Glej theatre since 2010. She is a member of the Glej’s Artistic Council, Programme Coordinator of the TRIGGER platform, and takes care of internationalisation projects, executive production and the Resident Programme. Between 2017 and 2021, she was a member of the Board of Directors of IETM (International Network for Contemporary Performing Arts). She was one of the co-founders of the open platform for the promotion of contemporary illustration, Biennial of Independents (2007-2015) and of the educational platform Design Biotop (2013-2019), which promotes design as a tool for strategic solutions to social and economic challenges. She nurtures an interest in the intersections between different media and disciplines, and therefore maintains a broad spectrum of activities fostering connections between different social and professional communities. In her free time, she is also a photographer and a musician. Between 2015 and 2021 she was a member of the Čipke initiative (an initiative for women with a sense for technology, science and art); where she co-created within the female DYI music collective Kikimore. Since 2021 she has been active in experimental music collective Sujevera.


Kristina Savickienė


Kristina Savickienė is a performing arts manager and producer based in Lithuania. Currently, she is Head of Artistic Management Department in Lithuanian National Drama Theatre, taking care not only of artistic planning, but also educational programmes and international cooperation (since 2017). At the same time she works as Artistic Director of the Vilnius International Theatre Festival Sirenos (since 2019). With a degree in languages and arts management, she started her career in performing arts by working at Arts Printing House/ Menų spaustuvė, the first independent performing arts centre in Lithuania. She also co-established an artistic NGO “Artscape” in 2011, which has since then been working on the crossroads of social cohesion and arts. In 2021 she was one of the founders of Teatro informacijos centras/ Theatre Information Centre Lithuania, which has been working internationally to represent the young generation of Lithuanian theatre artists. Kristina has been a lecturer on arts management at Lithuania Music and Theatre Academy and Vilnius Fine Arts Academy for the years 2013– 2015. Since 2017, Her other professional interests include working as a dramaturg and translator, whereas in her free time she loves painting.