TILT Grow webinar: Art, leadership and self-management
The seminar in the TILT Grow program with the greatest demand is being held for the fourth time this year!
How to lead oneself and how to cope with change as an artist?
The seminar in the TILT Grow program with the greatest demand is being held for the fourth time this year! With lectures and conversations, we want to address the aspects that are less emphasized in the artists’ educational process:
- What results do I want to achieve as a creative / performing artist?
- How do I lead myself in ups and downs?
- How do I handle working alone a lot?
- What drives me in my work as an artist?
The webinar is held by Donatella De Paoli, Ass. Prof. BI Norwegian Business School and director / artistic director of Panta Rei Dance Theatre, Anne Holck Ekenes.
In 2021, TILT Grow is in its fourth year and aims to promote dance achievements, as well as make dance artists more viable in a field that is constantly changing. In connection to this, a number of open seminars are arranged for all types of dance artists, where important topics are highlighted and current issues are put on the agenda.
TILT Grow is supported by Talent Norway and the The Savings Bank Foundation DNB.
Donatella De Paoli, Ass. Prof. BI Norwegian Business School
Donatella De Paoli has a doctorate from the Norwegian School of Management in Bergen and is affiliated with the Department of Management and Organization at BI. She introduced art and culture management and creative business perspective at BI in the early 2000s. This has resulted in the creation of a bachelor’s program, as well as several other studies such as the Production Manager program for film, TV and performing arts. De Paoli has written books and research articles on the topics of cultural management, culture and business, art in management, as well as aesthetic perspectives on organizations. She is now concerned with the link between management, digitalisation, art and aesthetics.
Anne Holck Ekenes, Panta Rei Dance Theater
Anne Holck Ekenes is a graduate of Laban Center London, MA in choreography in dance for camera and performance. Anne founded Panta Rei Dance Theater (PRD) in 2000, and as PRD’s artistic director, she has led a number of projects and choreographed works for both stage and experimental film.