FEDEC network's general strategy
The network’s general strategy is jointly determined by the members of the Managing Board, the Bureau – the FEDEC President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer, the heads of the various focus groups and the general coordinator.
They ensure that the network members are consulted and that they actively participate in FEDEC’s life, projects and activity programme. The FEDEC bureau team is responsible for implementing projects and activities on the work programme and the projects determined by the General Assembly and Focus Group 1. The group also determines the strategies in terms of intra-sectorial, inter-sectorial and external partnerships. It develops and coordinates a relevant network of partners which share its belief that a high standard of education and professional training is necessary for the development of artists and the recognition of the sector, artistic innovation and artists’ mobility and employment.
Group members :
- Stéphane Simonin, President (Académie Fratellini, France)
- Virginie Jortay, Vice-president (Ecole Supérieure des Arts du Cirque, Belgium)
- Anna Beentjes, Treasurer (Codarts Rotterdam - Circus Arts, Netherland)
- Anne Morin, Secretary (Centre de les Arts del Circ Rogelio Rivel, Spain)
- Daniela Arendasova (Ecole Nationale de Cirque de Montréal, Canada)
- Gérard Fasoli (Centre national des arts du cirque, France)
- Soren Flor (AFUK-AMoC, Denmark)
- Martin Gerbier (Centre des Arts du Cirque Balthazar, Région Occitanie, France)
- Yves Neveu (Ecole de Cirque de Québec, Canada)
- Adrian Porter (National Centre for Circus Arts, United Kingdom)
- Paolo Stratta (Scuola di Cirko Vertigo, Italy)
- Aurélie Vincq (Le Lido – Centre des Arts du Cirque de Toulouse, France)
And the FEDEC team members.