XTRAX Global Conversations: International Marketplaces (Webinar)

Join us for the next XTRAX Global Conversations webinar, which will focus on International Marketplaces.

Register your place here 

Date: Friday 13 November 2020

Time: 2:00 PM GMT

Hosted on Zoom 

International marketplaces are crucial to the development of the outdoor arts sector. These events are like a big shop window of what is going on and who is who. It’s where you’ll find the key players and influencers from across the industry as they come together to view presentations new work, network with colleagues and get involved in current debates. Marketplaces are also gateways for artists and companies to get their work seen and booked in new territories outside their home country.

With the ongoing disruption of COVID-19 and uncertainties around the future of UK/EU relations, what does the future look like for international marketplaces?

For this event, we have invited marketplaces events representatives from across the globe to discuss how we can continue to support international collaborations and offer opportunities for arts professionals to connect outside their home countries as we think about the future.

Mike Ribalta – Head of Professionals Department – FiraTàrrega (Catalonia)
Ruth Wikler – Deputy Director of Programming, Circus Arts, TOHU (Canada)
Melanie Burge -Associate Producer at APAM, Australian Performing Arts Market (Australia)

Plus more to be announced soon.

Who is it for:
This event is for artists, festivals and events organisers from who are interested in building and maintaining international connections.

The discussion will be captioned in English. It will be available to stream for audiences through Zoom and the recording will be made available on YouTube after the event

XTRAX Global Conversations is our new series of online webinars for Outdoor Arts professionals looking to keep their international relationships alive

This activity is supported by Platform 4:UK, XTRAX’s Arts Council of England funded project for international collaboration in outdoor arts.




To find out more about the XTRAX Global Conversations series contact Elena Cavallero at elena@xtrax.org.uk.