Challenging the Crisis in Performing Arts Sector

The summaries and conclusions of “Open Forum Feria Huesca 2011” have been published. The debates, under the name “Reinvent Yourself to Challenge the Crises” of the Spanish performing arts sector, took place during three months in a “Facebook Group” finishing in an on-site session, the 30th of September of this year in Huesca during “Feria […]

Theatres in London and UK

I wrote this report four years ago as a result of the training trip I curated for the “Spanish Network of Public Theatres” to London and Oxford. In this trip, around 30 Spanish directors of public theatres traveled to London to meet English colleagues, exchanges information with them, being familiar with their projects and visits […]

Toni Gonzalez Moves to London his Base of Operations

I am pleased to inform that in the coming days I’ll move to London and from there I will continue my professional career as a consultant for the performing arts and international management culture. I foresee a stay in London for about two months. Tags: London, London theatres, Performing arts

New “Spanish Network of Public Theatres” Travel Notebook: The Netherlands

Just published the third volume devoted to the Netherlands in the collection “La Red Travel Notebooks”. This collection began with London and Berlin, is the result of the training trips I’ve been designing annually for the Spanish Network of Public Theatres. Its aim is to present models and best practices in managing theatres and concert […]

Few days to start La Feria de Teatro y Danza de Huesca

In my third year of collaboration with the Feria de Huesca (Hueca international showcase for performing arts) I can’t but express satisfaction with the results obtained. The difficulty of pulling ahead in Spain a performing arts project which encourage innovation and contemporanity above populism, tradition and simple entertainment (I feel a deep sorrow for the […]

Be sure to visit the blog mov-s/madrid

These days I am in body and soul dedicated to mov-s/madrid2010. Visit the blog where I publish all relevant information. And if you want to give you a tour by mov-s/madrid from 10 to 13 June at Reina Sofía Museum, theatres and arts centres of Madrid. Tags: arts and education, Community dance, Contemporary dance, Dance […]

“mov-s/madrid 2010″ – The Active Spectator

Presentation of “mov-s/madrid 2010 to be held at the “Centro de Arte Reina Sofia” in Madrid and performing arts venues of the city from 10 to 13 June. Information www.move-s.org Under the generic title of “The Active Spectator”, the third edition of mov-s aims to delve into the reality of today’s audience. The relationship between […]

Texts of the Lectures “Reasons for Programming Contemporary Performing Arts in Time of Crises” – Feria de Huesca 2009

Again the “Feria Internacional de Teatro y Danza de Huesca” has met the challenge of being the showcase of contemporary dance and theatre, and with this, to foster their touring extensively by the theatres and arts centres. Tags: Cultural markets, Cultural policy, Culture and crises, Feria de Huesca, Performing arts, Performing arts showcase, theater, Theatre, […]

The Popular Theatre has to be Contemporary. A good example

A concern that always has accompanied to me has been to conciliate the contemporary art with the amateur activity. At the present time on the one hand we see the work of professional artists who offer new readings of the world that we live in, and on the other, an amateur practise who mainly repeats […]

Comparing Models of Theatres Management: UK and Germany

Following the studies of the management models of performing arts venues in United Kingdom and Germany, la Red de Teatros Públicos de España (Spanish Network of Public Theatres) asked me to conduct a comparative study of the two models and make it known publicly in its General Assembly. Tags: Arts management, Berlín, Berlin theatres, London, […]