Every day, the ARTCENA team informs, guides and provides support to professionals of the circus, street and dramatic arts in the advancement of their careers, whether they are just starting out or veterans of the industry. Authors receive a particular welcome through the national mechanisms of which ARTCENA is in charge.
Teachers, students, researchers as well as the general public can also find responses to their documentary needs.
You can get help from the ARTCENA team for:
You can ask your questions about the regulations of the performing arts to the two specialised legal professionals during:
- Free legal advice office hours, Tuesday and Thursday from 9:30 am to 1:00 pm: + 33 (0)1 55 28 10 26.
- Bimonthly individual legal meetings at ARTCENA: reservation only. Dates and sign up here.
ARTCENA also offers workshops related to legal issues : by reservation. Dates and sign up here.
Downloadable information (Guides, etc.) might also be of use to you. Click here.
Information for authors
ARTCENA manages support tools for authors (national tools Aide à la création de textes dramatiques, Grands Prix de Littérature dramatique et de Littérature dramatique Jeunesse, Contxto). We inform authors about other available supports, as well as about the various actors who work to bring a text from page to stage and in regards to meeting with the public thanks to our downloadable guides. Download the guides here.
For any question about the tools and support programs for authors managed by ARTCENA, or about other programs, ARTCENA can provide guidance by telephone only: + 33 (0)1 55 28 10 10
We also organise readings and presentations of texts selected through these programs, as well as events around contemporary dramatic writing and the authors of the theatre. Dates and sign up here.
For all specific professional documentary research, the librarians of ARTCENA can help by email, telephone or at our office. They can also guide you in your research in audiovisual archives and and organise for you a viewing of recorded performances, documentaries, archive samples from our collection.
Contact them in describing your research: firstname.lastname@example.org