IN SITU ACT 2016–2020 : a new EU funded cooperation project

We are delighted to announce that IN SITU has been granted a new funding from the European Commission.
This grant confirms the relevance of the work that IN SITU partners have achieved since 2003.
Platform 2014-2017 and ACT 2016-2020 will run side by side and carry on from one another. Their goals may be different, but their action plans are very complementary. ACT structures the sector of artistic creation in public space, Platform works to promote it.




Running from November 2016 to October 2020, ACT gathers 20 partners from 12 countries and ambitions to:


  1. Support 4 transnational pilot artistic projects
  2. Develop a support model in four steps:
    - Hot Houses: transnational writing seminars
    - Collective mentoring for projects under development
    - European and international residencies
    - Mobility of artistic works
  3. Implement a « cloud centre » model in order to build the capacity of partners
  4. Organise training modules for professionals in the form of a MOOC (Massive Open Online Courses) and tailored consulting and expertise for European cities
  5. Bring together trans-sector players and build a European Think Tank on art and public space
  6. Develop new communication and evaluation tools


PLATFORM & ACT : The partners



IN SITU ACT & PLATFORM partners are:
Artopolis Association/PLACCC Festival (HU) / Atelier 231 (FR) / Biela Noc (SK) / Bildstörung Europäisches Straßentheaterfestival Detmold (DE) / busart (GR) / CIFAS (BE) / Consorzio La Venaria Reale (IT) / Čtyři dny (CZ) / FAI-AR (FR) Freedom Festival (UK) / Kimmel Center (US) / Københavns Internationale Theater (DK) / Lieux publics (FR) / Norfolk & Norwich Festival (UK) / Oberliht (MD) / (BE) / Open Arts Foundation (BG) / La Paperie (FR) / Pilsen 2015 (CZ) / Scenekunst Østfold (NO) / La Strada Graz (AT) / Teatri ODA (XK) / Terni Festival (IT) / Terschellings Oerol Festival (NL) / Provinciaal Domein Dommelhof (BE) / TAC Festival (ES) / Les Tombées de la nuit (FR) / UZ Arts (UK)