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Our mission is:

To record and evaluate the needs and issues of the art forms in particular matters of administration, organization, promotion and fundraising for arts projects.

To create a solid administration base and an experienced team to support the day to day work of IARC’s administration, based on the needs and requirements of the art sectors that it supports.

To organize professional development programmes (seminars, conferences, presentations, meetings, exhibitions), to provide up to date educational material to its members and other interested parties who wish to broaden their knowledge of management techniques, organization, promotion and fundraising of arts projects.

To inform its members through its seminar programme and free education packs on business planning, fundraising techniques, arts management methods and cultural policy, as well as to provide information to arts unions and companies.

To contribute indirectly to the improved management of art projects through the IARC’s professional development programmes which are based on innovative administrative and funding models.

To record and evaluate information, data and programmes which are relevant to the arts community, to promote and support the distribution of this information focusing, predominantly, on cooperation between the arts communities worldwide.

To create, through the IARC’s events and presentations, the conditions and communication channels for an open and positive dialogue between artists and art organizations with other companies, individuals and local (e.g. district, community), national (e.g. Ministries of Culture) or European, Asian, American and global organizations (e.g. European Council).

To assist artists, art organizations and others to appreciate the benefits and understand the importance of quality arts management and cultural policy, ans help them to recognise that they constitute an integral part of an arts project.

Following an evaluation based on specific economic and artistic criteria, to distribute income earned from its events, seminar programmes and membership fees, in a form of small grants, to artists and established non profit organizations, with the aim of supporting them financially, and, consequently, offering arts practitioners the opportunity to show their work.

 

 

The International Independent Arts Council research and supports the bellow listed sectors:

1.1          Literature, Music, Dance, Drama, Fine Arts, Cinema, Photography, Art and Technology and Intercultural Relations among artists. More analytically on the bellow sectors:

1.1.1        Writing & Text. Research & Education in the following areas:

1.1.1.1          Literature

1.1.1.2          Poetry

1.1.1.3          History

1.1.1.4          Journalism

1.1.1.5          Folklore, Mythology & Legents

1.1.1.6          Libraries & Archives

1.1.1.7          Printed Material & Technology

1.1.1.8          Theatre Text &Analysis

1.1.1.9          Screenplay & Teleplay

1.1.1.10       Illustrated Comics & Magazine Script

1.1.1.11       Training Manuals

1.1.2        Performing Arts. Research & Education in the following areas:

1.1.2.1          Music

1.1.2.1.1        Theory of Music

1.1.2.1.2        Ancient Music

1.1.2.1.3        Classical Music

1.1.2.1.4        Contemporary Music

1.1.2.1.5        National & Local Music Identity

1.1.2.1.6        Experimental Music

1.1.2.1.7        Healing Music

1.1.2.1.8        Street Musicians

1.1.2.1.9        Folk Festivals

1.1.2.1.10    Traditional Polyphonic Music & Singing

1.1.2.2          Dance. Research & Education in the following areas:

1.1.2.2.1        Ancient Dance & Movement

1.1.2.2.2        Classical Ballet

1.1.2.2.3        Contemporary Dance

1.1.2.2.4        Local Dances & Rhythms

1.1.2.2.5        Healing Dance

1.1.2.2.6        Schools to Academies Dance Events

1.1.2.2.7        Body Alignment & Therapies

1.1.2.2.8        Body & Head Massage & Healing

1.1.2.2.9        Training Manuals

1.1.2.3          Theatre. Research & Education in the following areas:

1.1.2.3.1        Ancient Drama, Theatre, Festivals & Rituals

1.1.2.3.1.1              Ancient Greek Theatre

1.1.2.3.1.2              Ancient Chinese Theatre

1.1.2.3.1.3              Ancient Japanese Theatre

1.1.2.3.1.4              Ancient Indian Theatre

1.1.2.3.1.5              Ancient South Asian Theatre

1.1.2.3.1.6              Aboriginal Presentations & Rituals

1.1.2.3.1.7              African Theatrical and Tribal Fests

1.1.2.3.1.8              Native North American Tribal Rituals

1.1.2.3.1.9              Central American Rituals & Fests

1.1.2.3.1.10          South American Festivities

1.1.2.3.1.11          Arctic Circle Tribal Rituals

1.1.2.3.1.12          Pacific Ocean Islands Theatrical Presentations

1.1.2.3.1.13          Middle East Non-Religious Presentations, Festivals

1.1.2.3.1.14          Global Rituals Related to Nature

1.1.2.3.1.15          Global Local Festivals and Events

1.1.2.3.2        Repertory Theatre

1.1.2.3.3        Contemporary Theatre

1.1.2.3.4        Experimental and Research Theatre

1.1.2.3.5        Theatre for Children

1.1.2.3.6        Physical Theatre & Mime

1.1.2.3.7        Puppet Theatre

1.1.2.3.8        Shadow Theatre

1.1.2.3.9        Improvisational and Stand Up comedy

1.1.2.3.10    Circus Theatre and Clowns

1.1.2.3.11    Small Scale Social Theatre

1.1.2.3.12    Street Theatre

1.1.2.3.13    Theatrical Practice of Social Dialogue

1.1.2.3.14    Healing Theatre

1.1.2.3.15    Amateur Theatre

1.1.2.3.16    Non Written Storytelling

1.1.2.3.17    School Theatre

1.1.2.3.18    Interactive Online Associated Theatrical Expressions

1.1.2.4          Lyrical, Musical Theatre, Singing & Events. Research & Education in the following areas:

1.1.2.4.1        Lyric Theatre – Opera

1.1.2.4.2        Musicals

1.1.2.4.3        Cabaret

1.1.2.4.4        Ancient Songs

1.1.2.4.5        Modern Folk Songs

1.1.2.4.6        History of Popular Songs

1.1.2.4.7        Artistic – Poetic Singing

1.1.2.4.8        Contests

1.1.2.4.9        Non Text Singing

1.1.2.5          Visual and Audio-visual Arts. Research & Education in the following areas:

1.1.2.5.1        Audio-Visual Arts

1.1.2.5.2        Sculpture

1.1.2.5.3        Set Design

1.1.2.5.4        Painting

1.1.2.5.5        Installation & Construction

1.1.2.5.6        Art and Technology

1.1.2.5.7        Audio-visual & Web Design

1.1.2.5.8        Film

1.1.2.5.9        Video Art

1.1.2.5.10    Photography

1.1.2.5.11    Web Art

1.1.2.5.12    Body Art

1.1.2.5.13    3D creation and presentation

1.1.2.5.14    Virtual Anthropomorphic Digital Images (Avatars)

1.1.2.5.15    2D & 3D Animation

1.1.2.5.16    Festivals

1.1.2.5.17    Education

1.1.2.5.18    Biennials

1.1.2.5.19    Competitions and Contests

1.1.3        Scientific Presentation, Experimentations, Performances & Research

1.1.3.1          Zero Gravity Events

1.1.3.2          Space Performance, Music, Sound & Research

1.1.3.3          Subterestial Art &Events

1.1.3.4          Over & Under the Sea Events

1.1.3.5          Animals Presentation

1.1.3.6          Innovations Related to Art Events

1.1.3.7          Innovations, Technology Human Body Events

1.1.3.8          Body &Animal Taxidermy

1.1.3.9          Science as a Form of Art

1.1.3.10       Micro and Atom Art

1.1.3.11       Material Research

1.1.3.12       Planetariums

1.1.3.13       Ancient Body Therapeutic Sciences

1.1.4        Museums, Monuments, Archaeological Sites and Ancient Theatres. Research & Education in the following areas:

1.1.4.1          Museums

1.1.4.2          Monuments

1.1.4.3          Archaeological Sites

1.1.4.4          Ancient Theatres

1.1.4.5          Architecture, Buildings & Infrastructures

1.1.5        Creative & Social Industries. Research & Education in the following areas:

1.1.5.1          Video Games

1.1.5.2          Educational Multimedia

1.1.5.3          Advertising

1.1.5.4          Fashion

1.1.5.5          Hairdressing & Colour

1.1.5.6          Television

1.1.5.7          Radio

1.1.5.8          Games

1.1.5.9          Internet

1.1.5.10       Footwear

1.1.5.11       Costume and Wardrobe

1.1.5.12       Accessories

1.1.5.13       Research

1.1.6        Research & Education in the sectors of Social &Leisure Activities in the following areas:

1.1.6.1          Tourism

1.1.6.2          Sports

1.1.6.3          Entertainment

1.1.7        Honours & Ceremonies

1.1.7.1          Awards

1.1.7.2          Prizes

1.1.7.3          Grants

1.1.7.4          Rewards

1.1.7.5          Medals

1.1.7.6          Accolades

1.1.8        Cultural Management

1.1.9        Cultural Economy & Finance

1.1.10    Cultural Politics

1.1.11    Cultural Policies

1.1.12    Cultural Understanding

1.1.13    Cultural Statistics

1.1.14    Cultural Ethics

1.1.15    Cultural Studies

1.1.16    Sub-Cultures

1.1.17    Psychology

1.1.18    Anthropology

1.1.19    Sociology

1.1.20    New Cultures

1.1.21    Space & Culture

1.1.22    Unknown Cultures

1.1.23    Post-Cultural Research

1.1.24    Para-Cultural Research

1.1.25    Anti-Cultural Research

1.1.26    Inter-Cultural Relationsin the following Continents & Areas:

1.1.26.1       Europe

1.1.26.2       North America

1.1.26.3       Central America

1.1.26.4       South America

1.1.26.5       North Africa

1.1.26.6       Sub-Saharan Africa

1.1.26.7       Central Africa

1.1.26.8       South Africa

1.1.26.9       Middle East

1.1.26.10    Far East

1.1.26.11    Central Asia

1.1.26.12    Australia and New Zealand

1.1.26.13    Pacific Islands

1.1.26.14    Communities North Pole

1.1.26.15    Communities South Pole

1.1.26.16    Russia