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Producers, Agents, and Managers in Performing Arts - survey for a new international network

PAMPA - Producers, Agents, and Managers in Performing Arts is a new international network based in Europe and a professional association for producers, managers, and agents who work in the performing arts. 


PAMPA is the result of nearly two years of collective discussions and research by a group of independent performing arts workers from different countries.


Our aim is to build cooperation between us and to demystify the essential roles we play in the performing arts sectors. We also want to share knowledge; support one another; establish a formal set of guidelines for ethical, sustainable, and inclusive work practices; advocate for our professions; and protect our rights.


As we build our network, we would like to invite our colleagues from across the European continent to tell us about their professional situations, current needs, and recommendations for our initiative. 


This survey intends to create a mapping of the PAMPA profession in Europe***. It will also help us to further strengthen the basis of our network as we work towards a legal status. 


Your answers will be kept anonymous.


This survey should probably take you about 15-25 minutes to complete. 


More info about PAMPA here.

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