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A demonstration of art for freedom 2018 Annamarie Art Stichting - Pays-Bas Europe Créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Pays-Bas

Secteur : Art, culture, évènementiel, exposition, festival

Operator :

A non-profit organisation for art that matters & the support of art in diaspora based in the Hague

Project :

(A demonstration of art for freedom) is a three days art and culture event, which will take a place in the Hague, and is a continuation of Meet The Syrians exhibition series of three editions which has already started in Amsterdam 2017, and will move to other European cities.

This is a demonstration of art for freedom in a shape of an art and a cultural event, where many Dutch and European artists in their divers fields will join the artists of Meet The Syrians society, to create together a unique experience, an eye opener, a method in which the artists address the conscience of the viewer through art, to complete the path of the creatives before them, and stand for freedom of mind and soul, justice and human rights.

We are demonstrating, for justice, human rights and against all forms of suppression of freedoms.

The artistic activities involved in this event are a digital/fine art & photography exhibition, a movie night and a music nights.100 Syrian, Dutch and European artists who share the same humanitarian values will participating in this event. Both professional and armatures.

The event has free entrance, and the art work will be offered for sale with a full proceed return to the artists.

We are demonstrating with art for freedom, we are standing against all forms of tyranny, injustice, suppression of freedom, and for those souls we have lost in one of the worst tragedies of the century.

MTS 2 is themed as a demonstration of art for freedom, that aims to strengthen the social network between the new commers and the locals with the most powerful international language, art, to give their work the chance to be joined, and to strengthen the understanding between them, as well, to support the artists financially and help the Syrian artists living in Europe  to go out of the European welfare system by introducing them to the creative labour market
Through Meet The Syrians We are using culture and creativity to achieve further equality in the new European communities and solidarity across its diverse communities.

Partner search :

We are looking for partners that are active in the creative field (visual art, media, music, films….) both small and large scaled companies, enterprises, NGO’s and other organisations working across any art form. This includes higher education institutions, local authorities, social enterprises, and charities operating in the cultural and creative sectors.

As well those who are active in human rights and international justice.

We are looking for active and effective partners, that can support us with: networking in their country-having a wide and deep knowledge of the artistic aspect in their country- establishing collaborative art and culture events.

Contact :

Sofia Dawoudi - Annamarie.artstichting@gmail.com - Tel: 0031684642886

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A journey from the oral to the written word and vice versa: tradition, course, perspectives 2018 Department of Theatre Studies of the University of Patras - Grèce Europe Créative Culture Coopération - grande échelle

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Grèce

Secteur : Théâtre, littérature, tradition orale

Operator :

The Department of Theatre Studies of the University of Patras was founded in 1989 and it specializes in Ancient Greek and modern theatre. Apart from the theoretical orientation of its curriculum, which covers issues on ancient Greek theatre, history and theory of theatre, semiotics, performance, drama and shadow theatre, the Department offers also a series of courses, workshops on acting, directing, devising, playwriting, music, and theatre didactics.

Project :

The main goal of the project is to reintroduce orality (art of speech /oral tradition) as a form of art in the everyday activities of everyone from kindergarten to lifelong learning. The project will develop on the fields of:

-  Research,
- Collection and production of oral material
-  Classes,
-  E-platform,
-  Radio productions and performances for adults and children
- Exchanges , travels and conferences all the above in relation to the oral tradition of the Greek language and the language of every participant partner

Research will be focused on recalling forms of oral tradition which will be designated and promoted as inseparable manifestations of our cultural heritage through organized presentations in a wide range of today’s audience (children, adults, Greek or foreigner, etc.)

Organization of workshops on the proper enunciation and delivery of the Greek language addressing especially adults, teachers, refugees, immigrants, social workers, and psychologists with a special interest in speech problems.
Study of the enunciation and delivery of the Greek language in special circumstances: teaching, theatre, song, public speech, etc.
Organization of workshops on speech for toddlers and younger children through exercises and theatre games.
Creation of an e-platform with original recordings of texts of Greek (and other partners) tradition, Greek (and other partners) literature, Greek (and other partners) theatre which can be used by members of the Greek (and other partners) population with special needs or people who are precluded in some way.
Organization of performances and professional narrations in collaboration with professional artists and theatre students for schools, aiming at the reception of speech by young audience through fairy tales and theatre and by adolescents through texts of the Greek literature from antiquity till today.
The project could be supported by the section of Educational Radio/television of the Ministry of Education in Greece.

Contact :

Maria Frangi - mfragi@upatras.gr // Ioanna Roilou - roilou@upatras.gr

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Activating Literary Collections Online 2018 The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust - Royaume-Uni Europe Créative Culture Coopération - grande échelle

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Royaume-Uni

Secteur : Patrimoine, littérature, numérisation

Operator :

The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust is the independent charity that cares for the world’s greatest Shakespeare heritage sites in Stratford-upon-Avon, and promotes the enjoyment and understanding of his works, life and times all over the world.

At the heart of all things 'Shakespeare', the Trust holds the world’s largest Shakespeare-related library, museum and archives open to the public, with over 1 million documents, 55,000 books and 8,000 museum objects. The Trust runs a world-class, award winning programme of formal and informal educational programmes and literary lectures, to encourage the appreciation and study of Shakespeare’s works, and the advancement of Shakespearian knowledge on an international scale.

In recent years the Trust has coordinated and led on a number of projects on a national and international scale. For example, since the Trust launched Shakespeare Week, our national celebration of Shakespeare in primary schools, in 2014, five million children have been introduced to Shakespeare’s stories, characters and language, with more than 12,000 schools signed up to participate in the project. On the international stage, the Trust has cooperated on projects like Shakespeare Documented, a free and publicly accessible online exhibition that provides a rich portrait of Shakespeare. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, British Library, the National Archives and the Folger Shakespeare Library have contributed over 70% of the materials to this multi-institutional collaboration between over 30 partners in the United States and United Kingdom. Since 2016, the Trust is a partner organisation in the ErasmusPlus funded multilingual learning project CultureShake, where Shakespeare’s plays are the medium to investigate multilingualism and mulitculturalism in European classrooms.

Project :

Many cultural organisations that look after literary collections have made good progress in recent years to digitise their collections and make these resources available online. However, too often these resources unfortunately remain underused. Activating Literary Collections Online wants to take digitisation of literature-focussed collections one step further to bring online resources to life for the general public and educators to enjoy and use, and to open up digital collections from a number of access points for our audiences to connect with the object/text.

Possible activities and work areas within the project

  • research into audience needs and impact of the project : investigate the needs around useful literary collections in your country (for educators but also for the general public); ideally combined with an element of audience participation (focus groups; participation in selecting collection items for the project, etc)
  • activating literary collections online:
    • identify collections items that fulfil audience needs
    • develop digital toolkit (based mainly on Open Educational Resources (OERs) and freeware) to activate items
    • develop underlying principles for online engagement with collections items (on a national as well as international level), which could be disseminated throughout the sector, e.g. as a handbook or guide
    • disseminate activated collection items: create online platforms (could be connected to online collections management tools), develop and run online teacher CPD courses, etc
  • Europe-wide element: connect the individual writers/literary movements with each other, e.g. through online courses for teachers that introduces all writers/literary movements represented in the project, or a touring exhibition to all partners and associated organisations (e.g. libraries) that points to the online resources, or creation of a European Literature Trail that promotes the idea of a shared European literary heritage (e.g. leaflet leading to online resource)
  • digital up skilling of partner organisations: sharing of best practice and acquiring new skills to create active online resources in-house and without the need for high profile tech companies’ support

Partner search :

Cultural organisations: significant literary collections (e.g. based on a writer or literary movement on the national school curriculum), substantial progress in digitising their collection, enthusiasm for a project of this scope and focus, financial and operational capacity; ideally already with experience of international project work

Technology partners: creative agencies, distance learning specialists

Contact :

Lisa Peter - lisa.peter@shakespeare.org.uk

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Ama Aquilone Social Cooperative NPO 2018 Ama Aquilone Social Cooperative NPO - Italie Europe Créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Italie

Secteur : Festival, développement des publics, inclusion sociale

Operator :

Ama Aquilone Social Cooperative NPO, has its roots in the territory of Ascoli Piceno, and it is the result of the union of two associations, “Ama”, founded in 1981, and “L'Aquilone”, founded in 1983, both in San Benedetto del Tronto (AP).

These associations were originally animated by the commitment of many volunteers who offered help to homeless people, young people, and families with a drug problem.

Today Ama Aquilone has become one of the most representative organizations in the Marche Region.

The Cooperative manages residential structures called "Case” (Houses), in a perspective of reception and integration that, while maintaining its therapeutic specificity, reflects an idea of ​​dignity intimately linked to the “human encounter”, and a series of accommodations for adults in difficulty.

Ama Aquilone carries out projects of social-labour inclusion aimed at unemployed, young people, families and all those people who live the drama of "new poverty".

Ama Aquilone is fully aware that operating for the "common good" also means promoting the sustainable quality of life, and the respect for the environment. On that reasoning, the Cooperative developed, in 2010, a project of organic farming: Ama Terra Eco Care Farm.

The earth is a meeting place, but there are many meeting lands. From the desire to bring together two distinct realities, the Therapeutic Community and the "external world", in 2014 the Cooperative created Ama Festival.

Since 2017, Ama Aquilone has activated a first reception service for foreigners requesting the recognition of international protection.

Training, in particular, has recently represented a strategic goal for Ama Aquilone through its advanced training school “La Scuola Ama”.

Project :

Ama Festival is a cultural event that takes place every year in July at "Casa Ama", the biggest Therapeutic Community of Ama Aquilone that created this event promoting meetings, debates, theatrical performances, and concerts . The project is part of a process of cultural growth inside an event of celebration and remembrance. Ama Aquilone has always celebrated the end of the residents’ therapeutic journey with a day of social sharing and exchange for those who complete the treatment program, their families, employees, and the friends of the Cooperative.

Our purpose would be to include our Festival within a cultural project of social inclusion by making available the resources of Ama Aquilone.

In this perspective, the next call for proposal for European Cooperation Projects would be a great opportunity for us, as partner, to promote matters relating to social inclusion.

Contact :

simone@ama-aquilone.it

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Asociatia Georgian Design & Artistii 2018 Asociatia Georgian Design & Artistii - Roumanie Europe Créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Roumanie

Secteur : Musique, théâtre, activités culturelles incluant des jeunes handicapés

Operator :

Established in 2017, the cultural association "Georgian Design & Artistii" aims to collaborate with organizations from other countries in order to promote Romanian artists in the field of music and theater. The association currently holds a portfolio of 10 artists and actors who act as honorary members within the organization.

Also, our association organize drawing and graphics study courses and exhibitions for young people with disabilities from Romania.

Project :

We seek international partners for a joint project under the Creative Europe Program, involving the presentation of music performances and theater plays.
We are interested in organizing cultural activities for people with disabilities.

Also, we would like to organize music shows for people with disabilities from Romania and other countries with a charitable purpose.

Partner search :

All eligible countries

Contact :

Radoi Constanta - cradoi2006@yahoo.com

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Association Hayyou’Raqs 2018 Association Hayyou’Raqs - Tunisie Europe Créative Culture Coopération - petite échelle

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Tunisie

Secteur : Danse, art chorégraphique, développement des publics

Operator :

In 2013, seven professional and amateur dancers decided to create the association Hayyou'Raqs, dedicated to dance. The association aims at foster  exchang between international actors in order to strengthen links between the Tunisian choreography scene and the international sphere and for mutual enrichment.

"Hayyou'Raqs" means "Salute dance", "Dance Is alive" and "the city of dance".

The association’s objective is to contribute to the development of training dedicated to Tunisian dancers. It offers training sessions, workshops and other activities related to the culture of choreography, gathering dancers, choreographers, researchers...

The association has just concluded the project “Tawassel: raising awareness about training and the practice of dance ». This 15-month prject (20 week) has allowed a large number of dancers to practice with international guest artists and instructors.

Through this experience, the association has developed its own identity and the project is very well recognized in the dance scene in Tunisia. We would like to build on this experience and develop an even more targeted proposition by strengthening the pedagogical component and creating links with dance networks abroad.

Project / partner search :

Operator wish to be partner of potential project.

Contact :

Malek Sebai - Cyrinne Douss - 7ayyourra9s@gmail.com
(+216) 22 59 99 00 (+216) 92 08 99 79

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Association of United Arts 2018 Association of United Arts - Ukraine Europe Créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Ukraine

Secteur : Interdisciplinary in the field of performing and visual arts.

Operator :

Association of United Arts operates in Ukraine since 2010. Develop and implement social projects in the fields of culture, arts and arts education; promotion self-actualization of creative youth and experienced professionals, conducting information and education campaigns, cultural, educational and artistic activities; cooperation with Ukrainian and international NGOs.

Project :

Conducting a series of professional training in the field of contemporary stage and fine arts. Involvement of EU experts on academic music, modern choreography and fine arts for the purpose of conducting series of workshops for creative youth and students of art educational institutions.

Focusing on the creative search for young artists in the area of ​​contemporary art. This will promote freedom of expression and overcoming the effects of the authoritarian past, when creative workers had certain limitations in expressing their own civic position through art. Master classes and creative meetings with reputable experts from the EU in the field of contemporary musical art, contemporary choreography and fine arts.

Target audience: artistic workers in the field of stage and fine arts, teachers, students and students of art educational institutions.

(with e.g. Context, Objectives, Impact/results, Activities, Targeted public…)

 

Partner search :

Cultural Centre, University, Art schools, performing companies, composers, musicians, dancers, artists.

 

Contact :

Margaryta Moisyeyeva
Phone number: 380412226246
Mob.: +380951069442
margo0605@ukr.net

Centro Diego Fabbri 2018 Centro Diego Fabbri - Italie Europe Créative Culture Coopération - grande échelle

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Italie

Secteur : Théatre, dramaturgie

Operator :

Centro Diego Fabbri is a cultural association located in Forlì (Italy) that works in strong cooperation with the Theatre “Diego Fabbri” of the City of Forlì and is responsible for managing both the theatrical and promotional aspects of the Theatre.

Its mission is to promote theatre and theatrical performances both at a national and transnational level, fostering synergies with different stakeholders, initiatives with primary and high schools, local, promotion of young playwrights, cooperation with local public authorities for the promotion of cultural activities.

Centro Diego Fabbri is working also in strict collaboration with the University of Bologna, implementing a number of activities aimed at educating the students on Theatre Culture.

Centro Diego Fabbri is a member of the Regional Permanent Forum of Theatres, which includes several Theatres, theatrical and cultural associations, cultural foundations.

One of the main activities of the Centre is also the promotion and valorisation of young playwrights. Every year the Centre organizes a national competition targeted to unpublished playwrights, to encourage new dramaturgy and playwrights and to support the national circulation of awarded works, allocating funds in order to perform the awarded drama in at least 40 Italian theatres.

Project :

After having successfully implemented “Pop Drama – Circulating of European Playwriting through people’s choice”, a small scale cooperation project aimed at supporting the circulation of European dramaturgy, and having proved the efficiency of the methodology tested, the present cooperation project proposal wishes to build and follow up on that previous experience. In particular, the project aims at promoting the transnational circulation in the field of dramaturgy and the accessibility to European dramaturgy at a transnational level, at supporting theatre and cultural players cooperation and at implementing audience development activities, targeted in particular at students.

The project foresees a random division of the 9 partners involved in 3 mixed groups and a national call for playwrights for the selection of texts to be translated in the partner languages. These texts will be performed in alternative spaces in the partner countries, in order to realize a so-called “theatre outside the theatre” as a part of the audience development strategy. A winning text will then be selected and performed by designated companies and directors in the countries involved.

Partner search :

Interested organizations or organizations active in the cultural and creative field, operating in the sector of theatre and dramaturgy (theatres, cultural organizations, universities, etc.)

Contact :

Ms. ANDREA DONDA - donda@argoproject.eu

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Chortkiv City Council Department of Culture, Religion, and Tourism 2018 Chortkiv City Council Department of Culture, Religion, and Tourism - Ukraine Europe Créative Culture Coopération - petite échelle

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Ukraine

Secteur : Patrimoine, éducation, tourisme

Operator :

Department of city administration responsible for the implementation of state policy in the fields of culture, arts, tourism, state language policy, cinematography, interethnic relations, religion, and protection of the rights of national minorities.

Project :

Problem to be solved by the project: lack of study of Chortkiv’s development during the historical periods of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (1569-1795 and 1918-1939) and the Austro-Hungarian Empire (1772-1918), imperfect historical information from this period regarding the life of the city of Chortkiv, and, consequentially, a lack of understanding regarding opportunities for the joint development of our peoples.

Objective: a thorough study of historical and archival sources from the archives of Poland, Austria, and Ukraine associated with the period of Chortkiv’s time in the Commonwealth (1569-1795 and 1918-1939) and Austria-Hungary (1772-1918), as well as processing and digitization of such sources; comparative analysis of the development of provincial cities in the period of the Commonwealth

and Austria-Hungary, located on the territory of modern Poland, Austria, and Ukraine (administrative structure, system of education and training, etc.); study of the impact of significant events of this period on the development of these settlements.

The main products and who will use them:

  • digitization of archival materials about Chortkiv and the creation of an Internet library of archival historical publications;
  • publication of scientific work on the development of provincial towns of Western Ukraine in the best traditions of European settlements during the Commonwealth and Austria-Hungary, based on the example of the city of Chortkiv, Ternopil region;
  • the establishment, on the premises of the former Polish school (now Chortkiv School № 2), of an educational hub for the study of the history of the region during the period of the Commonwealth and installation of a ramp for accessibility of the created space for people with disabilities;
  • operation of educational programs on local history on the basis of the research for local historians, or an elective for students, researchers, local historians, and residents of the city of Chortkiv;
  • development of a trilingual tourist audio-route “Chortkiv during the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth” and “Efficiency of Engineering Structures of the Austro-Hungarian Times in Modern Chortkiv”, and publication of a trilingual (Ukrainian-Polish-German) tourist manual;
  • establishment of a system for designating architectural, historical, and cultural monuments of this period of history, including those written in Braille.

Partner search :

Museum, cultural center, or other organization with experience in the fields identified above

Contact :

Oksana Svystun - kultura_chortkiv@ukr.net

City Council of the City of Sabac 2018 City Council of the City of Sabac - Serbie Europe Créative Culture Coopération - petite échelle

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Serbie

Secteur : Patrimoine culturel, histoire orale, migration involontaire, VR, AR, développement des publics

Operator :

The City of Sabac in Serbia is known for its rich cultural history, especially during the end of 19th century. The city government possesses significant experience in realising cultural projects on the national level, among which the most important is the project “Eureka! Otkrili smo Sabac (Eureka! We discovered Sabac)” and the recognition “Grad u fokusu (City in focus)” we received for the mentioned project in 2016. The recognition is manifested through support of the Ministry of Culture and Information of RS in terms of decentralising cultural life and strengthening capacities of local self- governments in the field of culture. Project “Еureka! Otkrili smo Sabac” is still ongoing and has the aim to redefine the cultural offer of the city, develop new business models in culture, and also support the mobility of artists.

A part of the project is also related to interpreting cultural heritage of the local community. In terms of infrastructural activities within the project, what has been done so far is the renewal of the former synagogue where the Museum of Sabac Jews will be established.

Project :

Sabac had a significant Jewish population before WWII. They were very important for the overall development of the community. Their population suddenly increased due to Jewish immigrants from Central Europe countries who tried to reach Palestine. They were rejected by British authorities, so they were settled in Sabac due to a decree of the Yugoslav government. They are known in historical science as a Kladovo Transport.

City authorities and citizens were hosting 1200 persons. By that time, Sabac had only 15000 citizens. Almost 10% of population were immigrants. They lived in the city between 1939 and 1941. They were all died during the Holocaust.

To preserve memories of them and tragic events, City authorities decided at the end of 2015 to purchase the building of the former Synagogue, which was abandoned and devastated. We envisage Jewish Museum Sabac as a modern cultural institution. Not just a place preserving material heritage, but more likely a place for meetings and dialogue, a cultural and educational centre. We have organized numerous programmes, concerts, panel discussions, lectures, and conferences promoting openness and tolerance.

Even though we do not have a defined project idea, we want to participate in a project that would deal with involuntary migration with partners from territories which had a similar history or who are facing a similar situation today.

We are also interested in all projects oriented toward audience development, especially those targeting the youngest population in order to prevent any xenophobic attitudes. Projects which are based on interpretation of heritage throughout contemporary arts, especially visual arts and exchange of artists.

Partner search :

All profiles – museums, cultural centres, art groups, institutes for history, local municipalities, etc.

Contact :

Igor Marsenic - art.igormarsenic@gmail.com - +381 60 3384865

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Connecting Emerging Literary Artists (CELA) 2018 Stichting de Wintertuin - Pays-Bas Europe Créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Pays-Bas

Secteur : Littérature

Operator :

Foundation de Wintertuin is situated in Nijmegen, The Netherlands. The goal of the foundation is to promote the literary culture (including the reading- and writing culture). The activities of the foundation aim to let the current literary culture be a vital and relevant part of the current cultural experience. Wintertuin attempts to realise its goal by means of organising festivals and events. Herewith the foundation focuses on presenting and programming the literary culture and other forms of art. Also, the foundation produces and develops cross-disciplinary productions, performances and events. Wintertuin provides production assignments and offers guidance to artists. In this way the foundation focuses on stimulating, developing, deepening and broadening the literary culture and other forms of art. Wintertuin is a literary production organisation where everything revolves around writing and (aspiring) writers. Wintertuin executes an array of activities and productions throughout the year: organising literary festivals, producing literary shows, conducting workshops, publishing books and coaching and representing young writers with their agency. Wintertuin’s productions are staged in theatres and museums and during festivals in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. Wintertuin is part of De Nieuwe Oost, the interdisciplinary production company based in the eastern Netherlands, which is part of the Dutch prestigious ‘cultural basic infrastructure’. De Nieuwe Oost scouts promising young theatre makers, choreographers, writers and musicians, and guides them towards an combined professional practice. Wintertuin coaches and educates talented writers in many different ways. It is also instrumental in the study Creative Writing at the Arnhem Art Academy ArtEZ.

Project :

Connecting Emerging Literary Artists (CELA) offers writing, publishing and marketing strategies for talented creators in a changing literary environment. This EU-funded cooperation project brings together 6 countries: Belgium, Italy, Portugal, Spain, The Netherlands and Romania, and 7 partners: Booktailors, Escuela de Escritores, Cinepub, Huis deBuren, Passa Porta, Pisa Book Festival and Wintertuin. (in its first edition, we are working now on a second application).

CELA is a unique programme, it gathers literary talents in various fields – from writing, to translating, to editing – to develop the careers of tomorrow’s internationally acknowledged authors and translators. CELA invests in a literary talent development infrastructure that bridges the gaps between literary talents, the publishing industry and the European public.

The purpose of CELA is to offer European context to a new generation of literary creators, to enable intensive cooperation between talented European writers, and to improve the sound of continental voices in a choir dominated by large singers.

Partner search :

A literary organisation in a broad sense, that can deliver at least writers and translators to participate in the project. It would be great if the organisation has an expertise in screenwriting or literary non-fiction.

Contact :

kim@wintertuin.nl - 0031 (0)24 3231901

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Connecting past and the future: (re)building the new tradition of street theatre 2018 Ana Monro Theatre - Slovénie Europe Créative Culture Coopération - petite échelle

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Slovénie

Secteur : Théatre de rue, spectacle vivant

Operator :

Ana Monro Theater is the main street theater NGO in Slovenia, which offers artists the opportunity to grow, strengthen and, ultimately, earn money. We organize festivals and other public events, perform various programs of non-formal education and training, create author's productions, and we are actively connected internationally. We are leading and reference professionals for education in the field of contemporary street theatre at home and abroad. Since 2014, we have been acting as a civil society with status of public interest in the field of culture, and in 2017 we have acquired the status of a society in the public interest in the field of education.

Project :

Street theatre as genre is hitting the so-called glass ceiling, the barrier that prevents the sector to be as exciting and blooming as it was in last 20-30 years, when artists were exploring and pushing the boundaries of the public space as space for performing, meeting and connecting. One of possible reasons for this is the lack of education and knowledge transfer between different generations of artists. Consequently, the new generations have to learn and explore the features of the arts in public space in its many aspects again and again.

It would help the young artists to learn about the tradition and street arts as it was before their time. Therefore, we propose the project that will connect the tradition of street arts with the artistic approaches of new generations of street artists.

The idea is very simple – each partner picks a landmark street theatre production from their past (not necessarily their own past, also by some other company). The picked show should be relevant not only to the past but also to the contemporary world in such a way that young artists can (re)interpret it in an innovative, attractive and meaningful way.

We are looking for 3-4 partners, since for the start we want to build a small cooperation project for Creative Europe – Culture sub-programme. The project should last 2 years (October 2019 – September 2021) with main activities in the 2020 (creation of the pieces) and 2020-2021 (presentation of the pieces on the festivals). Financial involvement would be around 30.000 EUR per partner, out of which Europe covers 60% (for creation costs + mobility) and each partner 40% (organizational costs and fees for performing in the festivals). We, the Ana Monro Theatre & Ana Desetnica Festival from Slovenia plan to be the leading partner.

Partner search :

Similar profile as the lead partner, i.e. organizations specialized in street theatre (possibly organizing street theatre festivals and/or related non-formal education and training).

Contact :

Goro Osojnik - goro.anamonro@gmail.com

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Department of Applied Research, Directorate of Conservation of Ancient and Modern Monuments, Hellenic Ministry of Culture 2018 Department of Applied Research, Directorate of Conservation of Ancient and Modern Monuments, Hellenic Ministry of Culture - Grèce Europe Créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Grèce

Secteur : Conservation, analyse du patrimoine culturel

Operator :

The Directorate of Conservation of Ancient and Modern Monuments (DCAMM) is the Central Conservation Service of the Hellenic Minis- try of Culture, the service responsible for the Conservation of cultural heritage around the country. Personnel consists mainly of conservators of different material specialisations, conservation scientists and admin- istrative staff.

It is organised in four departments: 1. Applied Research; 2. Conserva- tion Studies; 3. Conservation Projects; 4. Administration.

DCAMM produces conservation studies, which essentially are exten- sive and detailed conservation proposals; undertakes and also super- vises conservation projects around Greece; issues the conservation practice permits, which allow graduate conservators to undertake pro- jects at the private sector; and the sampling permits, which are neces- sary for carrying out scientific analyses to cultural heritage; assists the work of any Regional Service of the Ministry, such as local Museums and Ephorates of antiquities; collaborates with other Central Services, such as the Directorate of Museums, and the Directorate of the Resto- ration of Buildings.

Our main activities are focused on the:

  • documentation and evaluation of new and old conservation treatments;
  • instrumental analyses of cultural heritage material;
  • research and testing of new conservation materials;
  • preventive conservation;
  • climate change and its effects on monuments
  • issuing the sampling permits for movable cultural heritage property

    The purpose of the Department of Applied Research, DCAMM is to:

    • provide advice on the conservation and analysis of cultural heritage
    • provide support for the conservation and analysis of cultural heritage to any Regional Service and/or Museum in Greece in the form of personnel, lab space, equipment.The Department of Applied Research, DCAMM can provide:
      • access to cultural heritage property,
      • instrumental analysis expertise,
      • organisation of workshops and seminars.

    Project :

    The Department of Applied Research, DCAMM is searching for organisations around Europe to collaborate and expand its network in field of Conservation of Cultural Heritage with special emphasis on instrumental analysis, the application of new materials and the effects of the environment on cultural heritage property.

    The Department of Applied Research, DCAMM would like to:

    • participate in programmes on the instrumental analysis of cultural heritage;
    • participate in the documentation, measurement and study of the effects of the environment and climate change to cultural heritage;
    • participate or organising different non formal education, workshops, master-classes, summer-schools, conferences, etc. for conservators and conservation scientists;

    • participate in different public outreach projects: introducing conservation and conservation science to museum visitors (e.g. by the organi- sation of a relevant temporary exhibition) and the general public (e.g. by the organisation of interactive activities, such as treasure hunt of conserved monuments in the city of Athens, where the Department recently participated).

    Partner search :

    Organizations / Institutions with focus on the analysis and conservation of cultural heritage

    Contact :

    Dr Christina Margariti - chmargariti@culture.gr - +30 210 32 44 227 int. 220

    Dr Petros Prokos - pprokos@culture.gr - +30 210 32 44 227 int. 222

    Dr Aikaterini – Zoe Ftikou - aftikou@culture.gr - +30 210 32 44 227 int. 223

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Digital Innovation in Cultural Heritage 2018 Georgian National Museum - Géorgie Europe Créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Géorgie

Secteur : Musée, patrimoine

Operator :

The Georgian National Museum was founded in 2004 by the order of the President of Georgia. It is the successor of the "Museum of the Caucasus” founded in Tbilisi in 1852 and is a continuation of the long tradition of the country's museum. With its foundation, structural, institutional and legislative reforms have begun in the field of cultural heritage protection.

The National Museum of Georgia has united the largest museums in the country's capital and regions, galleries, house-museums, science centers and vaults.

The purpose of the union was to create a place to put together  large part of the cultural heritages movable monuments, a significant intellectual and scientific-research potential. For effective management of the national treasure, the museum established a unified management system, Unified scientific and informational database and defined a museum policy.

The Georgian National Museum cooperates at the local and international level with other institutions of education and culture, state and private sectors.

The institutional development of the Georgian National Museum is underway with the support of UNESCO, the European Union and other international organisations.

Project :

Within our project initiative we would like to accumulate innovative knowledge and experiences in different directions in the field of digital communication, sharing, redoing and using cultural heritage in the museum field.

We want to offer you to cooperate within such projects, Where there will be united the achievements of digital innovations like additional reality, virtual reality, artificial intelligence  on the one side and Unrestricted potential of museums / cultural heritage in the field of education and knowledge on the other side.

Our goal is to develop modern, interdisciplinary, multicultural, immersive cultural projects, Which will focus on audience development, attracting young people, universal access to cultural heritage / museum content.

We will use the possibilities of modern communication platforms and social networks, Which will enable us to increase the efficiency in the relationship with the public, we will  offer people of different generations to actively integrate in cultural heritage / museum content, processes and exhibition space itself, to implement their vision, opinions, expression and representation of new mechanisms.

Partner search :

Museums, Cultural Heritage Institutions, Galleries, etc.

Contact :

Maia Jambazishvili - Tel : +995 571 755 855

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Ekkokistirio Ideon 2018 Ekkokistirio Ideon - Grèce Europe Créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Grèce

Secteur : Patrimoine, histoire, dialogue interculturel

Operator :

It is a non-profit organization established in a former textile industrial building in the city of Veria (Region of Central Macedonia, Northern Greece), which promotes and supports cultural, artistic, historical and social values. The organization encourages historical consciousness through research, study and information as well as various actions to promote citizens’ participation in cultural events, preservation of cultural heritage and familiarity with other cultures. To achieve its objectives, the organization manages lectures, seminars, conferences, workshops, art exhibitions, sculpture, ceramic, design, engraving, architecture lessons and organizes musical, theatrical and social events, charities and festivals.

Project :

The objective is to participate as partner in a project which will enhance and develop the common European cultural heritage through the valorisation of dismissed industrial buildings, former textile industries.

Partner search :

An organization – private, public or non-profit organization – with experience in the coordination of European projects.

Contact :

Evangelia DIMITRIADOU - regioeuropa@skynet.be

EUROCOMEDIES 2018 La Bilancia - Italie Europe Créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Italie

Secteur : Théâtre

Operator :

La Bilancia is a social cooperative company founded in 1979 whose main mission is to promote and spread new drama and Italian comedy through the independent production of live shows and a permanent commitment in the production of festivals, contests and publishing initiatives. It produced more than 200 prose performances and now manages two theatres in the main Italian cities (Milan and Rome). It has launched 2 projects, “Italian Theatrical Comedies” (http://www.commedieitaliane.it) and the contest “A comedy searching for authors” ("Una commedia in cerca di autori®"), a contest for emerging playwrights, whose prize was the production of the show and a national tour.

Project :

EUROCOMEDIES project is an international initiative promoted by European theatre production players. The project aims to promote the genre of comedy at international level, foster the circulation of new plays and talented playwrights and create career and mobility opportunities for artists and professionals involved.

The main barrier to the transnational circulation of comedies in Europe is represented by the linguistic and cultural differences among countries that at the same time are probably ones of the richest values of European cultural heritage to be preserved and maintained.

This is even more true when talking about the theatrical genre of comedy. The success of a comedy is indeed mainly based on the jokes, the shades of meaning and the "tit-for-tat" exchanges among actors that are strongly steeped of national and local expressions and sayings.
EUROCOMEDIES aspires to co-write, product and circulate comedies in Europe preserving the unicity of each creative works through translation, adaptation and staging in different languages. Secondly, the project aims to stage the pilot play of the first EURO Comedy, establishing an international company of bilingual or trilingual actors in order to tour the pilot in every partners’ theaters of the consortium for at least 15 days of performance: this duration is fundamental in order to give the project the right visibility and to measure the quality of the project itself.

All the activities implemented within the EUROCOMEDIES are aimed to make the methodology sustainable and replicable. The project will have a direct and strong impact on the theatre industry enhancing the circulation of works that otherwise would have a distribution at international level and creating employment and career development opportunities for the professionals involved and for future development.

Partner search :

Theatrical productions enterprises which manage theater halls of at least 200 seats. The partner of the consorsium have to have the possibility to hold the pilot play for at least 15 days of performance (considering that La Bilancia (IT) will hold the pilot play for 15 days in Milan, Teatro Martinitt and for 18 days in Rome, Teatro de’ Servi).

Contact :

Stefano Marafante - Tel. 063243134 - marafante@labilancia.it

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Grupo Coral Ossonoba 2018 Grupo Coral Ossonoba - Portugal Europe Créative Culture Coopération - petite échelle

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région : Algarve

Pays : Portugal

Secteur : Musique

Operator :

Choral group with activity since 1980. At this moment have 4 different choirs in action (very small children under 6 years, Children from 7 to 13, Juvenile from 13 to 20 and Adult)

Project :

The “Grupo Coral Ossonoba”, choral association based in Faro, intends to present by the end of June/2020, a group of three presentations with the following guidelines:

– The presentations share the same performance design, all sharing the character of a open cultural event, attracting and taking the audience in motion, as following:

a) An initial performance would take place in one site, gathering an initial audience for the main event, following a planned path where other small performances would take place, gathering more and more audience.

b) On the main event, at the end of the small performances route, all groups would participate on the open venue, with a special focus for the “Creative Europe” partners, accordingly to their features.

– The performances will be open to all kinds of artistic expressions, like choirs, music ensembles, dance groups, theatre groups, street art, visual arts and so on;

– The local cultural associations and/or individuals are expected to attend the performances venues, and can share performances

–  The presentations will be located on the city centres of Faro, Loule and Tavira, three of the most historical and picturesque cities of the Algarve, underlying the role of cultural heritage in the event itself;

–  The chosen date is connected with the celebration of summer Solstice, underlying the character of an open and free event, directed to all type of audience, enjoying the usual pleasant climate;

–  The event has been tested by Grupo Coral Ossónoba for some years, making this “Solstice” a big event in the city, with a huge participation of artists and public alike;

–  The estimated time on each city venues is about two hours.

The main objective of the event is to bring all sort of artistic expressions to the city centres, underlying by one side the connection with the cultural heritage, by other promoting a more active participation of the audience, being itself in motion.

Partner search :

We would like to partner with diverse artistic groups (choral, instrumental or other music ensembles, dance or theatre groups, street art performers, visual artists), as well other artistic or cultural proposals.

Contact :

Antonio Monteiro Dias - +351 919764900 - ossonoba@coralossonoba.com

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Institute of National Economy – Romanian Academy 2018 Institute of National Economy - Romanian Academy - Roumanie Europe Créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Roumanie

Secteur : Patrimoine, économie

Operator :

The Institute of National Economy (INE), Bucharest, Romania, is a research institute, a body governed by public legislation. The Institute is part of the research network of the Romanian Academy, as autonomous entity of fundamental and advanced economic research (RDI projects in interdisciplinary approach). The Institute was partner in the development of several (inter)national projects financed through research grants and projects contracted with institutions from Romania and abroad on the topics of cultural heritage development and local business boosting.

Project :

The Institute of National Economy, Bucharest, Romania develops scientific analyses and studies on the topic of innovative valuing of the cultural heritage. Also, the Institute develops various activities in the area of building strong networks of stakeholders, strategic partnerships with key actors in the field, etc.

Partner search :

The Institute of National Economy, Bucharest, Romania, is open for collaboration as partner in transnational projects.

Contact :

Prof. Vasile Valentina - valentinavasile2009@gmail.com or inst.ec.nat@gmail.com
Marius Surugiu - mariussurugiu@yahoo.com

Jam Session Cultural Association 2018 Jam Session Cultural Association - Portugal Europe Créative Culture Coopération - petite échelle

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Portugal

Secteur : Culture, musique, art

Operator :

CASCAIS JAZZ CLUB is brought to you by the JAM SESSION Cultural Association, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to bringing live jazz to Cascais four nights a week. We are a cozy little club with excellent acoustics located in downtown Cascais.
There is jazz, occasional blues, and Bossa Nova (Sundays) every Thursday through Sunday from approximately 9:30 pm to 1:00 the next morning.
Founded in 2010, JAM SESSION is a cultural not-for-profit association that grew out of the volunteerism of several prominent national jazz figures, including musicians, producers, writers, promoters, and music lovers for the express purpose of creating and managing a live music venue in Cascais. The organization is active in the promotion dissemination of this musical genre, valuing it both as indispensable art form and a means of social inclusion.
Since January 2011 we have been producing and promoting regular performances, seminars, outdoor concerts, and art exhibitions.

Project :

Considering most challenges and opportunities that contemporary cultural scene faces in Lisbon, we at the Cascais Jazz Club have established a not-for- profit, non-governmental organisation – The Jam Session, in 2011, committed to the development of Live music, specially dedicated to Jazz, Blues and Bossa Nova, and we also include contemporary (visual) arts, in our art gallery inside the club facilities. However, since that period and especially from 2016 onwards, the organisation’s multidisciplinary profile has resulted in developing several projects which delve into wider cultural contexts.

The objectives of the Jam Session for the future would be:

● rising awareness about both: intrinsic and extrinsic values of arts;

●Creating a wider program of activities in our club, scheduling more music shows during the week, afternoon cinema, art exhibitions, etc;

● engaging international musicians and contemporary artists by facilitating their transnational mobility and creative entrepreneurs;

● supporting interdisciplinary projects amongst the representatives of the arts world and the representatives of other fields, initiating the creation of experimental and new business models;

● providing critical analysis of the current art processes and initiating respective theoretical and practical research projects;

●Developing Workshops for young people to learn more about jazz music and by consequence developing their skills and talent as musicians;

Partner search :

Institutions or organizations interested in working with artists from all over the world, young people, and audiences development in performing arts such as live music shows, cultural organizations, associations that promote artists, etc

Contact :

Maria Viana  - +351 962 773 470

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Kaunas City Chamber Theatre 2018 Kaunas City Chamber Theatre - Lituanie Europe Créative Culture Coopération - petite échelle

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Lituanie

Secteur : Théâtre, performance, interdisciplinaire

Operator :

Kaunas City Chamber Theatre is a professional theatre. Our goal is to foster, create, protect and develop the traditions of professional drama theatre, to creatively explore new forms, promoting the development of theatre art. Each season, 3 premieres are being prepared at this theatre. The performances are different in genres and forms. Kaunas City Chamber Theatre has become a center of attraction and a gathering place for people in Kaunas.

Project :

The main goal of the project is to enable communities, to activate their involvement in community activities, to increase the accessibility of culture in the community environment. The priority is the continuity of the project. Theater and social pedagogues should be involved in the project, which will help coordinate activities in the community.

Partner search :

Theatre, Performance, Interdisciplinary Arts, Outdoor Arts, Community Arts

Contact :

Indrė Brasevičiūtė - +370 671 15842 - projektai@kamerinisteatras.lt

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La Vénerie 2018 La Vénerie - Belgique Europe Créative Culture Coopération - petite échelle

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Belgique

Secteur : Art visuel, arts vivants et performatifs, workshops créatifs

Operator :

La Vénerie is the cultural center of the Watermael-Boisfort municipality in Brussels. Created in 1972, it is acknowledged and agreed by the Wallonia-Brussels Federation under the decree on the cultural centers.

A team of 20 people ensures the animation and the running in 2 locations: the “Espace Paul Delvaux” (performing arts, cinema and photography), and the “Ecuries de la Maison Haute” (visual arts, lectures, creative workshops).

Missions and activities developed by the Cultural Center are diversified: performing arts, audiovisual, plastic arts, creative and expression workshops for all audiences and especially organization of creative workshops for undermined people; support of cultural associations of the municipality, trainings in stage techniques and organization of a street arts festival.

We also have a European project cell, which involved la Vénerie in 3 ‘FSE Equal’, 2 Culture programme projects and 1 Grundtvig programme since 2002.

Project :

Pursuing the development of artistic projects with the involvement of local audiences (Culture Programme - 2007-2008 “Teatri Migranti” and 2010-2012 “LAP1”, own productions 2010-2013, “Projet Shakespeare” 2013-2015, “Emerveillement” 2016_2017), we want to continue and consolidate the process towards social art, involving the participation of local inhabitants and communities, artists and cultural operators in order to produce artworks in which each stakeholder of the project could find recognition of himself.

Partner search :

We are looking for partners interested by the aims of the project with a strong connection with their local audiences and eager to enter the process of “social art”.

Each partner could decline the process in its own way with a special attention to workshops with inhabitants, training for professionals, artistic involvement of the team and producing and touring the artwork.

Contact :

Michel Gelinne - michel@lavenerie.be

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Love.Audio.Stories 2018 Love.Audio.Stories - Irlande Europe Créative Culture Coopération - petite échelle

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Irlande

Secteur : Production audio, podcasts

Operator :

Audio production company that produces branded podcasts. We are now developing an European podcast network.

Project :

We are developing a European podcast network. The aim of this network will be to produce creative, story driven, literary and culture focused podcasts that share the cultures and stories of European countries across Europe and worldwide. The network will have several strands. 1. We will provide marketing support to independent creative podcasts to help market their shows outside of their countries and outside of Europe. 2. We will create new literary and story driven podcasts that are cross country collaborations in Europe. 3. We will provide education and training to new producers in Europe. 4. We will create an international podcast festival to showcase independent works (experimental, sound designed, story driven pieces) and a provide an opportunity for our listeners to engage with and learn more about the podcast creators on our network.

Partner search :

Looking for partners (independent production companies; local and national public broadcasters; universities and institutes) that are interested in developing creative and culturally focused European stories through the medium of audio.

Contact :

Ciara Gillan - gillanciara@gmail.com - 00353868451733

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Museum Radboa 2018 Museum Radboa - Croatie Europe Créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Croatie

Secteur : Patrimoine culturel et historique, dialogue interculturel, patrimoine industriel, sciences naturelles

Operator :

The Radboa Museum is a public institution whose museum activity combines the local history and culture of municipality Radoboj, located in the northwestern part of the Republic of Croatia.  The Museum opened in June 2017. and contains a mining, geological and archaeological collection showing rich cultural and historical heritage which reveals on the beginning of the 19th century.

Museum is known for its oldest fosil leaf of grape vine in Europe age 12 to 14 million years old. It is also significant for many archaeological sites and more that 100 years old mining tradition.

The museum is modern and multimedial, equipped with innovative technology and interactivity.

Project :

We would like to connect with places and institutions that have similar history and culture, and implement it in the same way and encourage it to further development. At the same time, we would like to find out more information about fossil history, archeology and mining tradition in Europe, which is, for example, already slowly forgotten.

We are trying to cooperate in creation of cultural and history insights which would have impact on conscience and strengthen society and relationships with the rest of the world.

Partner search :

As partners, we would like museological institutions and institutions in the culture that encourage and strengthen intercultural dialogue, creatively enhance cultural values and emphasize belonging to European cultural circles.

Contact :

Ivana Hazulin - info@radboa.com

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ÖSRM Foundation 2018 ÖSRM Foundation - Espagne Europe Créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Espagne

Secteur : Musique, culture, art, patrimoine

Operator :

The ÖSRM Foundation aims, the ownership and management, non-profit, in its musical, administrative, technical and economic aspects of two symphonic ensembles called "Symphony Orchestra of the Region of Murcia" (hereinafter, ÖSRM) and "Youth Orchestra of the Region of Murcia" (hereinafter ÖJRM), to promote through both formations and its components, the musical activity in the Murcia Region and beyond, through concerts, publications, promotion of composers, music education, training of young spectators, dissemination of the musical wealth of the Region of Murcia outside its territorial scope, recordings and any others that result in the enrichment, enjoyment, knowledge and dissemination of music among the citizens of Europe.

In its 30 years of operation, by the ÖJRM (dean of the Spanish youth formations) passed about a thousand musicians from the Region. Hundreds of them currently hold positions of artistic, musical and teaching responsibility in conservatories, orchestras and musical institutions throughout Spain and many countries.

The ÖSRM offers two cycles of Symphonic Subscription in Murcia, whose concerts are recorded by RNE – Radio Nacional de Espana, and broadcast on Radio Clasica, and in Cartagena, as well as School Concert and Family Concert, through which it is intended to stimulate the approach of children and young people to classical music. In addition, he participates actively in the Great Concerts and Dance of the Víctor Villegas Auditorium in Murcia.

The Youth Orchestra of the Region of Murcia (ÖJRM) is one of the oldest, most important and emblematic projects in the Region of Murcia, with almost 36 years of existence. The ÖJRM is the dean of the orchestras of young people in Spain, being since its creation reference in the cultural and musical field of all Spain.

The purpose of the ÖJRM is to offer young people of the Region of Murcia the opportunity to enhance their musical and personal development by participating in a project that combines musical excellence with the personal global development of young people with more artistic and musical talent and talent. of the Region of Murcia, always under an environment of teamwork.

The ÖJRM has a complete symphonic template that allows you to tackle any style and musical project. In addition to the symphonic work, the ÖJRM also enhances chamber music among the orchestra's components by promoting and supporting the creation and development of chamber groups in its midst.

Project :

The ÖSRM Foundation would like to find partners in Europe to establish partnership in the field of transnational mobility of artists and professionals, improve intercultural dialogue, promote the shared values of the EU and mutual understanding and respect for other cultures, expand access to cultural works through the audience development and reinforce the sense of belonging to a common European area.

Partner search :

Institutions and organizations interested in working with artists from all over the world, young people and audiences developmet in performing arts such as live music shows, Music Festivals, cultural organizations, associations that promote transnational movility of artists and artworks.

Contact :

Victoria Hernandez Sanchez - contabilidadosrm@gmail.com

Alberto Garre Martinez - gerencia@osrm.es

 

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Polimorf collective 2018 Polimorf collective - Serbie Europe Créative Culture Coopération

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Pays : Serbie

Secteur : Arts visuels, interdisciplinarité, mobilité des artistes, développement des publics

Operator :

Polimorf is a loose collective of sculptors, painters, illustrators, street artists, graphic and industrial designers, photographers and scenographers situated in New Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia. Officially and legally formed in March 2013.

We combined our colorful backgrounds and decided that urban intervention was going to be our primary goal as a group.

The space in which we act is mainly deteriorated, abandoned and unused. To us, it serves as an inspiration and to passers-by as an open air gallery. The idea is to have a dual effect: firstly, there is the creation, development, learning. Secondly, giving and sharing ourselfs with others - artists and those who are not. Creating a space which can offer more than just an empty field, rotten walls, unused spaces and public areas - that is our goal.

Project :

We are a young collective that has no experience in international cooperation, but we would like to join the European coopration project that:

- increase the mobility of artists (art residencies, art colonies, traveling exhibitions, etc.)

- contribute to audience development: along with one gallery and a cultural centre, we are one of the few cultural organizations that is located in New Belgrade, the largest municipality in Belgrade (220,000 inhabitants).

We have a good communication with the local community. During the past activities we managed to bring together neighbors, primary and other interested young people. We would like to increase our field of activity by creating new outdoor programs (street art, art installations, sculptures ...).

The New Belgrade is a place known for modernist architecture and a large green areas, which would represent the terrain for the realization of our future programs.

We would like to take part in the European cooperation project that contribute to the development of cultural needs of local communities.

Partner search :

Art associations, galleries, workshop spaces and all interested organizations working in the field of artivism, visual arts, street art and art in public spaces.

Contact :

Nikola Rajakovic - rajakovic@live.com - polimorfstudio@gmail.com

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Pregrada Municipal Museum 2018 Pregrada Municipal Museum - Croatie Europe Créative Culture Coopération - petite échelle

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Croatie

Secteur : Patrimoine culturel, histoire, archéologie, géologie

Operator :

Pregrada Municipal Museum was established in 2005 by the City Council of Pregrada. The museum is placed on the main square in a renovated building, originally built in 1908 as a public elementary school. Besides the museum, our building is home of Pregrada Town Library. The permanent display with 639 exhibits was opened to the public in 2007. There are three collections at the museum: the pharmaceutical colllection, the mining collection and the numismatic collection. Pregrada is known for « the Zagorje Cathedral «, a parish church dedicated to the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. In the past, Pregrada was one of the centres of Croatian pharmaceutical and coal mining industries. We are mostly visited by pupils from elementary schools and high schools, hiking groups, winemakers, senior citizens and tourists. Besides the temporary exhibitions, guided tours and lectures, we are organizing workshops for pupils and adults.

Project :

We would like to become a project partner in the Smaller Scale Cooperation Projects to an institution who shares some interests with our museum. We are specially interested into developing new pedagogical programmes for children, pupils and students, new attractive workshops for youth and andragogical programmes for our adults and senior citizens. One of our challenges is how to connect with private sector and to secure additional source of incomes through the innovative systems of sponsorships and donations. We are open to new and creative approaches and we would like to introduce a European dimension into our work through a partnership projects such as this one. We would like to learn how to present our castles, churches and other cultural heritage sites to our visitors and how to broaden the museum’s programmes outside of the museum building. Since we are a small town of approx.. 6500 inhabitants placed in a rural area of Northwestern Croatia, it is a challenge how to increase the number of visitors and to develop our audience in a direction of a community which is not only participating in the museum’s activities, but shaping and performing it’s activities as well. In our programme we have accomplished a high level of cooperation with cultural associations and NGO-s, Town Library, Pregrada Music School, educational institutions, Pregrada’s Red Cross and others.

Partner search :

Museums, Cultural Heritage, Archaeology and other institutions, active in the field of culture, Education, Science and Research institutions, Local and Regional Authorities, other institutions and public bodies

Contact :

Davor Špoljar - muzej@pregrada.hr

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Quem embarcou nesta barca? – Who embarked on this boat? – S. Vicente and cross-cultural integration in Lisboa 2018 Culturproject - Cultural Projects Management - Portugal Europe Créative Culture Coopération - grande échelle

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Portugal

Secteur : Arts de la rue, éducation, développement des publics

Operator :

Founded in 2002, Culturproject - Cultural Projects Management is a company dedicated to the management and production of events in the cultural area.
Divide your work into 4 major areas: Animation and Pedagogy, Special Projects, Exhibitions and Shows.

Project :

The S. Vicente project will be a multicultural show of performative street arts with different points of action: historical meetings, youth development, multicultural points of sharing, dance, music. A multicultural project will be prepared for touring by the countries involved. This project encompasses the beginning of knowledge and formative practice for the creation of annual festival of young people in performing arts, professional actors, together with students from other areas of knowledge. Celebrate meeting and sharing.The project starts with a show for that we are looking for actors and directors from different countries. in these performance we will get together, artists, public and students from differents levels,schools, universities, and others.The show represents the event in which it is celebrated and awaits the arrival of the saint who served the first King of Portugal, peace, concord and security for his conquest of the city of Lisbon. The saint had devotees for parts of the diverse religions that cohabitated the city. The respect and integration of different races and creeds, is one of the subjects of the present time, taking a preponderant point in the humanity.The celebration will be a meeting of multiple nationalities, sharing dances, songs, myths and legends from different cultures, presented in various languages. The action follows a historical document of a soldier, who narrates the taking of the city of Lisbon. The use of a historical document is subject to different readings, which in this show are interpreted in the light of the different national and foreign actors and of the different knowledge, history, literature, religion, anthropology, philosophy. The heralds of these events, the crows, are figures that travel between the present, the past and the future. These commentators feed the present with what they bring from the past and simultaneously project to the future, inviting the public to participate in the construction of dreams, for the future. In this way the bonds of participation with the public are established. The epilogue occurs with the arrival of the ship of S. Vicente, represented by a hologram. The figure of the boat with the saint, overtook the square and mirrors the faces of all who are in the square and contemplate it. The crows are the animals that accompanied the remains of Saint Vincent and therefore, became an integral part of the symbol of the city of Lisbon.

Partner search :

The groups should be able to work in Lisbon, in 2020, May June. And to travel during July and August in a tour.
Each group are asked to bring five actors and one director, own production able to deal with the travel and accommodations.

The project will last 4 years. Not mandatory but we are looking for groups that have contacts and work with schools.

Contact :

Cecilia Piscarreta - barcadelisboa@gmail.com

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Research and Education Centre Mansion Rakičan 2018 Research and Education Centre Mansion Rakičan - Slovénie Europe Créative Culture Coopération

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Région :

Pays : Slovénie

Secteur : Patrimoine, tourisme durable, développement des publics

Operator :

Our organization as founded by the Municipality of Murska Sobota, Slovenia. As a public institution we work in the field of research, education, tourism and carry out several social programmes. We aim to strenghten our position in relevant strategic areas, something we wish to achieve by consolidating and concentrating our resources. We cooperate with the local community, bussines partners and other international organiza-tions. Currently we are implementing five cross-border Inter-reg projects, three of which are led by our organisation. All of the project are primarily focused on cultural heritage preserva-tion (Intereg Slovenia-Hungary, Slovenia-Austria and Slovenia-Croatia). We are keen on branching out in terms of project focus (since cultural heritage is merely a part of what our organisation actively works on) and in terms of participating in an interna-tional partnership. We are a reliable and hardworking partner with experience in project implementation and are looking for-ward to future cooperation.

Project :

We are interested in participating in projects that are focused on cultural heritage preservation and presentation and on sustainable tourism development.

Partner search :

Experience in cultural heritage preservation, presentation, digitalization and sustainable tourism development and experience in development of creative solutions in the field of cultural heritage and art.

Contact :

Robert Celec - info@ris-dr.si

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Sarajevo City Hall – Vijećnica 2018 Sarajevo City Hall - Vijećnica - Bosnie-Herzégovine Europe Créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Bosnie-Herzégovine

Secteur : Art, musique, spectacle vivant, expositions, évènements

Operator :

Sarajevo City Hall, known as Vijećnica, is located in the city of Sarajevo. Sarajevo City Hall is the most beautiful and most representative building built in Sarajevo during the Austro-Hungarian period and serves as a symbol of the encounter of world civilizations. It was built in Neo-Moorish style - the perfect architectural unity of the East and the West.The famous architect Karl Pařik deserves credit for this Neo-Moorish style. City Hall is a national monument, and its space is used for various protocol events for all levels of government, concerts, exhibitions, and different kind of events.

Project :

We are superb venue for high level events in the field of culture and art that are important for Bosnia and Herzegovina, the region of Western Balkans and Europe. We are interested to be a partner in cooperation projects to interesting organisations that plan to bring/tour art productions of highest artistic and aesthetical value in the region of Balkans. We can act as a host venue, producer and/or promoter.

Partner search :

Associations of artists, city services, governmental and non-governmental organizations dealing with culture and art

Contact :

Tel: +387 33 292 855 - Mob: +387 61 140 502 - info@jpsarajevo.ba

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Studio 6 – Contemporary music collective 2018 Studio 6 - Contemporary music collective - Serbie Europe Créative Culture Coopération

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Pays : Serbie

Secteur : Musique : contemporaine, classique, improvisation, instrumental, acoustique, électronique

Operator :

Studio 6 is a collective of Serbian performing musicians, composers and theorists, devoted to promotion of today’s music. Aside from its main enterprise, which is planning and coordinating the activities of its instrumental ensemble, collective Studio 6 engages in educational programmes, discussion panels and regional network building with an aim to set up and nurture a vital and unique contemporary music scene in Serbia. The instrumental ensemble Studio 6 gathers internationally acclaimed soloists and performers of contemporary composed and improvised music. The ensemble encourages an open dialogue between listening, interpreting and creating in contemporary artistic practices. Ensemble's activities range from first performances of XX-XXI century solo and ensemble works, to educational courses for students and performances of experimental pieces by younger generations of composers, improvisers and sound artists. A special attention is given to creative collaboration on new pieces, given the modular possibilities of the ensemble's unorthodox instrumentation, which includes trumpet, harp, accordion, cello and electronics.

Project :

Musical creation as collaborative work of art. We believe that the terrain of musical innovation in the 21st century will be that of creative collaboration, whereas that of the 20th was principally that of new sounds and technologies for music, while still leaving the roles of composer, interpreter, improvising musician etc. as separate from one another. New forms of music could now come about through new ways of making music, and in particular by going beyond the idea of the composer-artist as sole creator to a situation where different ideas, skills and approaches may be combined in many different ways, as is already the case in pop and jazz composition/performance. Our work up until now with the ensemble and other projects has been a step in this direction. Our aim is to bring creative musicians together, through series of workshops, performances, master classes, documentation; to create a network/association which will enable such projects to happen easier in the future. Our focus is on collaboration within the music medium, rather than between different disciplines.

Partner search :

Contemporary music ensembles, concert organisers/festivals, educational music institutions, broadcast studios, performing spaces/cultural centres, foundations, international associations and networks...

Contact :

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The Art Palace 2018 The Art Palace - Georgie Europe Créative Culture Coopération - petite échelle

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Pays : Géorgie

Secteur : Arts décoratifs, artisanat, art numérique

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The Art Palace (Museum of Cinema, Theatre, Music and Choreography) was founded in 1927 and is located in a historic district of Tbilisi.

The functions of the Art Palace are to:

·       Carry out cultural, educational and scientific work as well as restoration and archiving

·       Provide a resource for academic and cultural research

·       Preserve and exhibit cultural and historical items related to Georgian performing arts and cinema, as well as other unique modern and classic European artifacts

Every day the Art Palace has around 1000 visitors, and regularly hosts exhibitions of local and foreign artists, cultural events and creative activities.

This is the first museum in Georgia to be presented by the cultural institution Google, whose modern online system offers visitors worldwide the possibility to see unique exhibits andcreative techniques in great detail.

In 2018 the Art Palace is to be Honored Host at the Frankfurt Bookfair and hold an exhibition of the Georgian alphabet at the Offenbach museum. The Art Palace is author of many scientific works and albums dealing with different aspects of Georgian arts and culture, researched and published according to modern global museum standards.

In 2017 the Art Palace published the album “Textile from Georgia” dedicated to the restoration of Georgian textile according to designs from mediaeval frescoes. The Art palace is planning to organize Georgian textile restoration workshops which will provide the possibility to employ people with disabilities. The goal of the Art Palace in this project is to integrate people with disabilities into the cultural space, drawing on their individual talents and abilities, and increasing their social means and economic potential. People with disabilities will learn textile design traditions and technologies, as well as restoration techniques. For the first time in Georgia people with disabilities will have the opportunity to participate in textile workshops and make textile productsfrom home.

The project also involves making a virtual museum site according to the British Museum model, which will present information and details of the museum’s collection online. People with disabilities would be able to travel virtually to the museum space from home and experience unique collections of paintings, costumes, publications, applied arts, textile workshops and much more.

Project :

The main goal of this project is to conduct textile workshops in order to restore the esthetic principles of historical Georgian textiles, employing the unique methodology of copying from Georgian frescoes the embroidery and ornaments of the church-building donor’s clothing. The Art Palace team has already published material documenting Georgian clothing from 7th to 20th century in an  encyclopedic work named “Textile from  Georgia”.

The project will also include a virtual museum: a website that provides information about textile workshops, textile reconstruction-restoration techniques, as well as employment opportunities for people with disabilities. For the first time in Georgia people will be able to see textiles that are based on the clothing of church-building donors. High-resolution photographson the website will enable viewers to zoom in and analyse each element of the textiles in great detail.

Partner search :

Arts and culture institutions

Contact :

George Kalandia - georgianartpalace@gmail.com // Irine Saganelidze - irinesaganelidze@yahoo.com

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The Charitable Foundation Platar. In memory of Sergey Platonov 2018 The Charitable Foundation Platar. In memory of Sergey Platonov - Ukraine Europe Créative Culture Coopération

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Pays : Ukraine

Secteur : Patrimoine culturel

Operator :

The Charitable Foundation “Platar. In memory of Sergey Platonov” was founded in 2005 year by Ukrainian famous patrons of art Serhij Taruta, Serhij and Mykola Platonovy by efforts which at the beginning of 90-th years by last century, for prevention the export things of ancient history from territory of Ukraine, were rescued by longer and laborious work for preserve the treasures of history our country, following the example of prominent collectors such as Varvara and Bogdan Hanenky, patron of arts Mykola Tereshenko founded Museum historical cultural heritage PLATAR, ponderable gift of things from private collection of Serhij Taruta and Serhij Platonov filled up collection of Gold Treasure of Ukraine – Museum Historical valuables of Ukraine. Enriching these initiatives the national’s museum fund of Ukraine.

By important directions of Charitable Foundation “Platar” are acquaintance of wide layers of population Ukraine, giving free access of all persons wishful and interested to information and participation in cultural life of country. Instrumental in the increase of prestige Ukrainian state in the world, what has one of the oldest cultures in European territory, supports the development of Museum case of Ukraine and publishing activities in culture.

The Charitable Foundation today supports measure for the reproduction of historical monuments of the nation with the purpose development of culture, protection and preservation national historical cultural heritage of Ukraine.

Project :

The idea of creating an interactive information space (Internet portal) of the cultural and historical heritage of Old Europe is to combine scientific achievements, monuments and sights, landscapes and natural monuments, tangible and intangible monuments with the use of new and innovative means. In order to improve access to creative and scientific achievements within the European Union and beyond its borders, children, young people and people with disabilities, apply an innovative cultural approach, namely open the access to historical and cultural heritage for all segments of the population both in Europe and far beyond its boundaries.

Partner search :

Museum, Cultural Centre, University – scientific-information base, Company - digitization of cultural projects from Eastern Europe.

Contact :

mmotorzhyna@platar.org

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The Health and Culture Department at Aalborg Municipality 2018 The Health and Culture Department at Aalborg Municipality - Danemark Europe Créative Culture Coopération

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Pays : Danemark

Secteur : Musique, entrepreunariat

Operator :

It advises and provides operating grants to associations, cultural institutions and events, volunteer organizers and other active partners.

The main task is to support and develop cultural life in Aalborg within the framework of legislation in the area, Aalborg Municipality's cultural policy and other policies relevant to practitioners of culture and cultural environments. Cultural policy must provide citizens with diversity in experiences, access to cultural activities and events, a good framework for artists and cultural actors, and giving citizens the opportunity to develop themselves artistically and culturally.

Project :

The music industry has changed a lot over the last 20 years. Nowadays Music is distributed through streaming services. The ability of musicians to create revenue has changed dramatically. There are both advantages and disadvantages in the new terms of the music industry. It is harder for musicians to make money selling music, but it's easier than before to reach a global audience.
Musicians, producers, managers and other players in the music industry must learn to work in new ways to generate revenue and growth. There is a great potential in the music industry learning to think market-oriented and gaining a deep understanding of the music industry's terms.
These challenges call for the Municipality of Aalborg and the local music industry to join forces in this project.

Project must contribute to both creating economic growth, and to create a framework for a creative, productive and market-oriented music environment. It will support and create concrete initiatives within the area of rhythmic music that will benefit musicians and local music contractors; independent organizers, managers, music companies, producers, musicians and agencies.

Impact
• Professionalizing music industry
• Supporting bands / musicians to adapt to the new conditions of the music market
• Creating a framework for peer learning and mentorship

Project will focus on locating individuals, groups and organizations with a great potential, and on strengthening the rhythmic environment as a whole through concrete actions. The entities involved in the project will face competence building that enables them to cope with the emerging challenges on the music market.

Planned activities:

  • Entrepreneurship for musicians, organizers, managers and other professionals
  • Band camp and songwriter camp
  • Mentor course
  • Peer learning
  • Audience development

Partner search :

Music/Culture Hubs or Labs, higher education institutions, culture departments of the municipalities

Contact :

Rasmus Krogh - T:+45  31 99 01 01 - rasmus.krogh@aalborg.dk

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The Jelena Santic Foundation 2018 The Jelena Santic Foundation - Serbie Europe Créative Culture Coopération

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Pays : Serbie

Secteur : Dialogue interculturel, patrimoine, mobilité

Operator :

The “Jelena Šantić” Foundation was established in Belgrade, Serbia in 2005 by the CSO Group 484, with the aim to promote artistic projects that incorporate the spirit of values such as tolerance and preservation of peace that Jelena Šantić had constantly advocated for throughout the nineties, during the conflicts in the Western Balkans. This mission was carried out trough a prize that was awarded every other year.[1] Jelena Šantić was a pioneer in the establishment of the civil society sector in Serbia and different organizations still operate (Center for Anti-war Action, Group 484, Center for New Theater and Dance, The European Movement in Serbia…). By the virtue of her engagement there are two respective public spaces, precisely 2 Peace parks in Belgrade, Serbia and Berlin, Germany.[2] She is the only person from the Balkans with a public space named after her in berlin. Today, FJS provides financial and technical support to associations and individuals in the fields of culture and art in order to create clusters between activism, art, culture and civil and human rights and needs in Serbia. The Foundation strives to promote the position of art, culture and people in Serbia, advocating for adequate legal framework, programs, and support for cultural and artistic organizations, cultural workers, artists, and institutions.

[1] The winners until today are: Belgrade Dance Festival, Festival Free Zone, Festival “On Half Way” from Užice, Dah Theater and The Organization for cultural development "Elektrika".

[2] http://mojvracar.blogspot.com/2015/03/zdravlje-vracara-zelene-povrsine-i.html

Project :

The project contributes to understanding of the common history of Europe and the impact of civil movements in reconciliation and peace building processes. Within promotion of culture of remembrance and mutual understanding between citizens, it will unveil roles of women activists in the history of peace-building process in turbulent times. It uses diverse creative process as tools to contribute to understanding of our diversities, history and to further improve conditions for civic and democratic participation, providing mechanisms against the upsurge of populism in Europe.

The project raises awareness of specific and astonishing role women played in peace building processes, whose beliefs and actions endorsed peace, freedom of speech and rule of law against regimes. It generates various memory layers, as lessons learnt from the past that influence our lives. Using arts and political activism, the project ensures women’s voices and stories are equally heard and acknowledged. By storytelling of lives of number of women activists advocates of diversity and civil freedoms in EU, it illustrates variety of innovative and creative ways in addressing the structural changes necessary for sustainable peace. The project aims to inspire young people from Eu, it will stimulate intercultural dialogue, thus preserving the heritage of women engagement on civil rights, peace building and accountability to common values. It intends to bring citizens, artists and activists together to discuss solidarity and civic rights, based upon the legacy and outcomes of activism of previous and current generations of activists as one of the key actors. To improve conditions for civic participation, diminishing nationalistic discourse this project provides a narrative of the kind of Europe we want for future generations.

Partner search :

Civil society organizations

Private entities that develop digital content/audio visual content

Public institutions – museums, galleries, legacies

Contact :

Ms Irina Ljubić - office@fjs.org.rs

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The Nicolae Mantu Cultural Foundation 2018 The Nicolae Mantu Cultural Foundation - Roumanie Europe Créative Culture Coopération

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Pays : Roumanie

Secteur : Culture, arts

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The Nicolae Mantu Foundation is a non-governmental organization of community interest aiming at the development of cultural life and art in the south-eastern part of Romania, promotion of artistic cultural values and improvement of artists and technical personnel on arts, stimulation and financial support of young people artistic talents, promoting the repertoire and values of the Romanian plastic art and culture, both in the country and abroad within the Lower Danube region and in the European space, the moral and financial support of retired artists.

The objectives of the Nicolae Mantu Cultural Foundation are to establish relationships of collaboration and partnership with local institutions, non-governmental organizations in the country and abroad and with private persons, to discover and promise young artistic talents in the field of fine arts, organize artistic events and cultural meetings, balls, fundraising meetings, organizes competitions for various specialties and age categories, organizes exhibitions of Romanian plastic artists, organizes sessions and symposiums on various themes from plastic art.

Starting with 2011 the foundation organized the annual edition of the national sculpture workshop and the edition of the Urban Art Workshop Alandala and since 2012 it has initiated or is a partner in artistic events organized with the annual As. winter saloon. U.A.P. from Galati, Collective Exhibition of U.A.P. Braila, Collective Exhibition of U.A.P. Galati at the House of Art - Bucharest, permanent exhibition dedicated to Galati of Florian Doru Crihana, Collective Exhibition Rural and Urban, Painting - Graphics - Sculpture graduates' workshop. The Foundation bears proudly the name of Nicolae Mantu, a representative of the Romanian plastic arts and founder of the Galatian artistic movement.

The Galati Metal Sculpture Camp Project was born at the request of the Nicolae Mantu Galati Cultural Foundation and its partners, the Association of Graduates of the Mechanical Faculty of Galati and CED Romania Association - Excellence Center through Diversity to continue the tradition of organizing artistic emblematic events for Galati.

Project :

Nicolae Mantu Cultural Foundation wishes to be a partner in projects in the field of culture and fine arts, dramatic art, visual arts, etc.

Partner search :

Partners who have objectives and interests similar to Nicolae Mantu Cultural Foundation.

Contact :

fundatia.mantu@gmail.com - +40721/845.487 - +40733/984.335

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Through the lens of Digital Art – Shaping the future of European Digital Art 2018 AMC Romania - Roumanie Europe Créative Culture Coopération - petite échelle

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Pays : Roumanie

Secteur : Arts numériques

Operator :

AMC was founded in 2009 and it is the first Romanian company who developed a full team of digital artists specialized in 3D art for video games. Their work can be found in the graphics of the most known video games such as “Call of Duty”, “Rift”, “The Whitcher”, “Sniper”, “Reactor” and they have been selected by largest production companies such as Sony, Activision, Warner Brothers, Disney, to name only a few.

In the past years AMC increasingly engaged in shaping the next generation of digital artists in the field of 3D graphics with a focus on digital art for game development but not only. AMC has built an ongoing partnership with the University of Art in Bucharest (UNARTE) at both undergraduate and Master level as well as with highschool education level through an ongoing partnership with the main art college in Bucharest, Nicolae Tonitza Highschool.
AMC is displaying resources voluntarily in the area of support for education no matter the area of study and, as a member of local industry associations is dedicated to promoting the digital art among the main areas of study in the Information & technology sectors as an area where science meets art.

Project :

Objective: Support for the development of digital arts professions in Europe through shaping the next generation of digital artists and ongoing exchange and partnerships with the creative professionals throughout Europe.

Why: The rapid development of technology and the need for constant innovation in both technical and artistic fields, lead to a need for a closer cooperation among artists and technical experts in the larger area of Digital Art. Developed within industries such as visual arts, photography, contemporary art, scenography, game development, film, performing arts. The purpose of this project is to offer a European platform for the further development, innovation, promotion and education in the area of digital art creation.

What: 1. The creation of a European association of digital artists which would take the administrative form of a non-profit organization with the scope of creating the platform of communication needed in order to facilitate the networking and the activation of a pan- european cooperation in the area of digital art.

2. A yearly multiannual festival consisting of 3-5 days of conferences, seminars, workshops, panels, competitions, presentations and networking for Digital Art performers.

3. Throughout the year online publications, regular trainings, creation of a digital art school in partnership with local and regional stakeholders, incubation projects (winners selected during the festival competitions)

When: start the project in June/July 2019 with the launching of the association and the first edition of the European Digital Art Festival in Bucharest in Q4 2019-Q1 2020

Where (Venue): For the European Digital Art association -> offices in all member states countries which will have at least one member partner of the association
The yearly festival will be organized by each country one by one

Partner search :

Digital Art Universities, Digital individual artists, Companies operating in industries where the main production processes refer to digital art Digital Art/Visual Art associations, NGO supporting the digital creation

Contact :

Ilinca Burlan - ilinca.ungureanu.burlan@amc.ro - +40722695644

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Tirana Photo Festival 2018 DMO Albania - Albanie Europe Créative Culture Coopération - petite échelle

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Pays : Albanie

Secteur : Art, photographie, tourisme

Operator :

DMO Albania is a nonprofit Destination Managing and Marketing Organization, based in Tirana. Our mission is to promote Albania by highlighting and marketing the rich diversity, history, landscape, and culture of each city and region in the country. VisitTirana was the first brand launched to promote the capital. Properties include the tourism website portal and promotion branded channels through Facebook, twitter, Instagram, and youTube. Visit-Tirana.com is a unique platform targeting English-speaking tourists and expats residing in Tirana, Albania. It is a central hub for all things Tirana featuring blog posts from locals on Attractions, Events, Eat & Drink, Arts & Culture, and City Tours. It also hosts a comprehensive database to search on, which is incredibly valuable because many local business don’t have a website, google business entry, or marketing in English. Visit Tirana is THE resource boosting tourism. The brand is the most sophisticated and mature marketing ecosystem available in the capital. The success and popularity with social followers and tourism organizations created a formula that can help other cities thrive. DMO Albania aims to play a key role in long-term development of a city or region by formulating an effective travel and tourism strategy. Additional projects are currently underway such as Visit Gjirokastra and promoting Lake Ohrid region.

With DMO Albania, a vibrant tourism scene for festivals, arts & culture, and sporting events will continue to unfold in an effort to increase tourism in this beautiful country.

Project :

Tirana Photo Festival aims to promote Tirana through the art of the photography, to celebrate the arts and culture community, to increase tourism, and to educate the young generation about photography with the love for their country.

This is the first time any photo festival has been held in Tirana. The 7-day event starts 1 November at National History Museum and continues until 7 November with exhibits, photography workshops, and forums.

This project was the finalization of 7 social media photo contests in two years, every season, with certain hashtag such as: #TiranaSpring2017; TiranaSummer2017; TiranaAutumn2017; #TiranaWinter2017, #tiranaSpring2018 etc. collecting more than 7000 beautiful photos from the Tirana region. 3 winners will be announced with prizes, 90 photos will be exhibited, and a beautiful photobook will be published.

Partner search :

With small financial support from Tirana Municipality this year, DMO Albania is organizing this big festival to include all contest participants in a great event to celebrate the art of photography. This is just the beginning. Our goal is to turn it into a national yearly event the community, artists, businesses, and tourists will look forward to attending. This is why, we’re looking for additional sponsors, donors, and partners to contribute to the financial budget and event success. Funds raised will attract the best professional photographers to participate in forums and talks as well as known artists from different countries to show their exhibitions in Tirana. Funds will also be dedicated to raising event awareness and seek to turn it into a national competition that extends beyond Tirana. We want to elevate Tirana as a hub for photography, including featuring a photography market in the Skanderbeg square and many more events. Opportunities are endless with the right partners.

Contact :

Eva Kushova - evkushova@gmail.com

Amanda Mailey - amanda1mailey@gmail.com

Alma Gerxhani - a.gerxhani@manderina.com

TRAD & NOVA 6X6 2018 Barcelona Provincial Council - Espagne Europe Créative Culture Coopération - grande échelle

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Pays : Espagne

Secteur : Patrimoine culturel immatériel

Operator :

The Barcelona Provincial Council (BPC) is a local government institution that provides technical, economic and strategic support for the 311 municipalities of the province of Barcelona networking with the local councils. The BPC plays a very active role in several cultural international networks, like RICC, LIKE, or the culture group of the ULGC organization.

Project :

The TRAD & NOVA 6X6 project aims to generate know-how at European level on how to keep popular and traditional culture alive from the exchange and "cross fertilization" between traditional root initiatives and innovative proposals in the different cultural and artistic fields (crafts, live arts, visual arts, popular festivities ...). We want to do it based on the exchange of experiences between projects from different European territories. We start from the thesis that the best way to keep tradition alive is to fertilize it with contemporary aesthetics and languages. We also start form our knowledge that throughout Europe there are artists immersed in community processes that use tradition as the raw material of their creative processes.

The TRAD & NOVA 6X6 project aims to achieve four results from four instruments that determine four specific lines of work:

  • Enhance existing good practices, contributing to its description and dissemination on an international scale, through a specific digital platform.
  • Extract from these good practices those elements that may be transferable to other contexts and cultural situations, through the development of a specific tool kit.
  • Experience processes to revitalize initiatives from traditional heritage with innovative cultural and artistic dynamics in the territories of the various partners that participate in the project.
  • Create the necessary sustainability conditions for an international award (provisional name "Sodoku Prize") that recognizes this type of initiatives on a biannual basis.

Partner search :

Local authorities or Cultural agents with  know-how or experience in projects focused on how to keep popular and traditional culture alive from the exchange and "cross fertilization" between traditional root initiatives and innovative proposals in the different cultural and artistic fields, especially in Music.

Contact :

Pia Bosch i Codolà - Tel: 934022833 - boschcpd@diba.cat

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Ubiqa: technology, ideas and communication 2018 Ubiqa: technology, ideas and communication - Espagne Europe Créative Culture Coopération - petite échelle

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Pays : Espagne

Secteur : Narrative co-creation, audience development, interdisciplinary

Operator :

A group of people. A mobile phone. And a story to tell.
With these elements, Ubiqa designs and develops social communication and awareness-raising participatory projects based on dialogue, reflection and e-skills aimed at producing contents and digital narratives using video, photography, audio and other resources in order to foster the representation of experiences, territories and citizen concerns.

The aim is to encourage citizen participation and promote the creation of contents and digital narratives using mobile phones as creation and dissemination tools, so that citizens can show their view of reality through digital projects and audiovisual and interactive platforms.

We carry out our activity in different educational, social and cultural spheres from a cross-cutting approach: digital technologies and narratives as tools which foster dialogue, knowledge, innovation and social change.

Project :

At the moment we are not designing any projects of our own so we offer ourselves to take part in a small cultural cooperation project related to digital narratives cocreation and any project interested in audience development. We think that we could add value to the results dissemination skill so important for any project.

Ubiqa’s programming framework is based on the new paradigm of Human Rights Promotion and their main regulatory instruments and is made up of 3 vertical lines and 1 cross-cutting line:

1. Promoting interculturality and enhancing the value of diversity, including Anti-rumours.

2. Peace, memory and democratic coexistence. 3. Awareness raising campaigns.

4. Participatory mappings

And a cross-cutting one: Communication, dissemination and awareness. Communication and dissemination with an awareness-raising purpose is a cross-cutting activity in all our projects. It is not a vertical activity, but rather the very people who participate in the workshops as well as the collaborating organizations and institutions are the ones who communicate, disseminate and raise the awareness of the rest of their community. For every project, we prepare a Communication Plan stating the various milestones of the project so as to achieve as much dissemination as possible.

We also offer our Own Technology: Ubiqarama
Digital production ecosystem made up of a web platform and a mobile application which enable the construction of territorial digital narratives. Ubiqarama systematizes and facilitates the production of participatory projects for the creation of citizen digital narratives using different resources: images, photos, videos, texts... through various narrative typologies: mosaics, routes and mappings with geo-positioned digital contents.
+ infos : www.ubiqarama.org/

Partner search :

Partners interested in:

1.- New ways of relationship with the audience.
2.- New non formal education methods for artists that would allow them to build and disseminate their own stories in a more efficient way according with the digital skills nowadays demanded and with the public's preferences.
3.- New non formal education methods to improve artists' professional skills
4.- Digital mappings
5.- Construction of territorial digital narratives

Contact

José Luis Roncero - joseluis@ubiqa.com - 0034944396011

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University of Rome “TOR VERGATA” 2018 University of Rome “TOR VERGATA” - Italie Europe Créative Culture Coopération - grande échelle

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Pays : Italie

Secteur : Théâtre, festival, memoire, histoire orale, spectacle vivant

Operator :

One of the most relevant Universities in Italy
Partner of the platform “Ormete - orality, memory and theatre”

Project :

Developing a European cooperation network aimed at internationalizing and consolidating the ORMETE network - orality, memory and theatre - already active since 2012 at the Italian national level. Exploiting methods and tools by the oral history, ORMETE creates, collects, preserves, uploads on the web and studies stories and personal memoirs on the XX° century theater. Its aim is to improve and valorize at most all the forms of theatrical oral sources in order to study and understand at best the art of theatre.

Specific Objectives:
1. To strengthen the oral sources ordered at documenting the history of the European theater through the creation of an intergenerational system of transmission of interviews, opinions and judgments.
2. To increase the use of theatrical oral sources for the study and the clarification of the cultural and social value of the theater
3. To generate new transnational collaboration among visual artists, performers, theatrical practitioners and researchers ordered at implementing within some pilot theatrical Festivals new ways of narrating and visualizing its own cultural heritage and history
4. To activate new audience-building strategies aimed at increasing awareness of the cultural value of theater and the critical thinking of young European generations

Partner search :

- Theatrical festivals targeted to intercultural issues with clear territorial roots in small-medium sized European cities, with an experience of at least twenty editions
- Other organisations working on the oral cultural heritage
- Research center or other type or organization with experience in managing audience development strategies or policies
- ICT companies with strong experience in managing cultural web platforms and related services

Contact :

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Vinnytsia Regional Development Agency 2018 Vinnytsia Regional Development Agency - Ukraine Europe Créative Culture Coopération - petite échelle

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Pays : Ukraine

Secteur : Culture traditionnelle, services créatifs, arts visuels, art dramatique...

Operator :

The Vinnytsia Regional Development Agency was established on June 23, 2016. The Vinnytsia Regional Development Agency is a non-governmental, non-profit organisation, was organised for the effective realization of state regional policy. It operates on the basis of Law of Ukraine «On the Principles of State Regional Policy» and the Regulations of the Organisation "Vinnytsia Regional Development Agency".

The objective of the agency is to promote the development of Vinnytsia region by investing and other resources as well as  the implementation of  actions  aimed to improve business environment and image of the region.

Agency’s principles of activities

• Professionalism
• Individual approach
• Goodwill
• Complex approach
• A focus on result
• Impartiality

Agency’s key activities

1. The regional development

• to contribute to the implementation of regional development strategy, programs and projects of regional development;;
• the cooperation with the  public, business, local and central authorities;
• holding training courses, campaigns to raise awareness of opportunities and participation in contests, ensuring regional development, among local authority officials, representatives of united territorial communities, general public;

2. The development  of small and medium businesses

• consulting, arrangement and holding events for business  representatives  in order to develop entrepreneurial environment;

3. The attraction of investments

• the work with local governments for investment  attraction;
• the support of investment projects.

4. Organisational development

·    Training
·    Advanced training

Project :

Though, we have no defined idea of a project, we want to participate in the projects of other organisations. We are also interested in and want to participate in all the development-oriented projects of creative industries: traditional culture, creative services, visual and dramatic arts, etc.

Partner search :

Partners who have objectives and interests similar to Agency for Regional Development Vinnitsa region and all profiles – museums, cultural centres, art groups, institutes for history, local municipalities, etc.

Contact :

Nataliia Hyzhko - ardvin.org@gmail.com

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Voluntary Arts Ireland 2018 Voluntary Arts Ireland - Irlande Europe Créative Culture Coopération - petite échelle

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Irlande

Secteur : Croisement des formes artistiques, nouvelles pratiques culturelles

Operator :

Voluntary Arts was established in 1991 to provide a unifying voice for those creative citizens and groups across the UK and the Republic of Ireland that get creative purely for the love of it. There are approximately 63,000 groups, regularly involving more than 10 million people participating voluntarily in creative cultural activities and contributing to the common good. This activity is, and will continue to be, a critical part of both the bedrock and the grass roots of the cultural life of our communities.

Project :

In a world where it is becoming clear that the everyday creative things we do have a value to us, to the social fabric and wellbeing of our communities and to the health of our democracies commoning offers an alternative approach to sustaining our cultural lives. Our Cultural Commons seeks to explore a range of important commoning approaches applied within different contexts of the cultural ecosystem in order to seed new ways of nurturing cultural life that not only complement the traditional support structures provided by the Market and the State, but provide alternatives when needed. We are proposing activities that can explore the following areas of interest:

    • New governance and business models that are more participative and collaborative and centred around common needs and bonds
    • Localities as cultural commons (cities and towns,  rural regions, neighbourhoods)
    • The digital and online cultural commons
    • New financial and funding models
    • The making of art as a commoning and peer-to-peer practice
    • How cultural democracy can be enabled through commoning

Learning from across the project elements gathered through evaluation will be shared between the project partners and the wider community. It will also inform the development of a network of cultural commoning practitioners which the project will help establish.

We intend that each partner take a lead on one or two of the areas of interest outlined above and devise a programme of activities that will trial new approaches in practice.

Partner search :

We are interested in hearing from:

  • arts/creative industries organisations or collaborative networks active in or actively exploring the commons and commoning as a practice
  • local authorities and/or place-based creative collectives
  • cooperatives active in the creative sphere including online platform cooperatives and peer-to-peer based organisations
  • universities or research institutes active in this sphere

Partners involved are likely to see the need for transformative innovation and already be active in seeding positive change in the broad field of culture and/or the more specific fields of the arts or creative industries.

Contact :

Kevin Murphy - kevin@vaireland.org

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We are all in this together: to bond, to learn and preserve our cultural heritage 2018 Plunge district municipal public library - Lituanie Europe Créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Lituanie

Secteur : Patrimoine

Operator :

We are cosy library in the small town Plungė in Lithuania.  We are unique, because we are based in the cultural heritage object and surrounded by almost 60 hectares park which belongs to the manor ensemble of duke M. Oginskis. We moved to the surrounding of cultural heritage in 2012 and as we say we have started a new life since then. The library building is a state protected cultural heritage site complete with restored mid-19th century clock mechanism and a very rare and well-preserved example of a 19th century orangery.  The clock tower, and now the library are part of the ensemble of Duke Mykolas Oginskis' estate.

Project :

2018 is the European Year of Cultural Heritage. We have an idea for Creative Europe project and its main aim is to learn how  to preserve, represent and develop management skills of the cultural heritage, also to create practical guide and adapt it and provide to our community for education reasons.

Main goal: to learn how to preserve, represent and develop management skills of the cultural heritage. To create practical guide and adapt and provide it to our community for education reasons.

Tasks:

1. To learn how effectively use heritage resources in revitalizing local economy, and in bringing about a sense of identity, pride and belonging to residents.

2. To build an identity and understand all the complexities of our diversity.

3. To strengthen duty to reach new audiences and to build up the cultural experience and expertise of future generations.

4. To learn from other countries how they approach the challenge of bringing people to culture, and culture to people.

5. To develop management skills as a staff and to develop awareness as a community of cultural heritage during different events and tasks.

Partner search :

Most important for us is to find partners who has similar goals and are based in a cultural heritage object or located in the unique surrounding and willing to learn to understand it and raise awareness of it for local community. We are searching for libraries, cultural and art institutions who has similar advantages to share experience. Also, we are looking for partners who can teach us how to be modernize services and attract for tourists in cultural heritage object and various management skills.

Partners from tourism, art, culture organisations, universities, adult education centres, regional or national body organizations, innovation centres.

Contact :

Gintare Gureviciute - gggintaregureviciute@gmail.com

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What could/should curating do? 2018 Association WCSCD - Serbie Europe Créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu :

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Pays : Serbie

Secteur : Art contemporain, éducation, curation, patrimoine culturel

Operator :

Association “WCSCD” (What could/ should curating do?) is not-for-profit organization founded in Belgrade. The organization leads educational platform for emerging curators and through its program highlights importance of contemporary curatorial models and how they can positively influence the development of cultural institutions.  Association  WCSCD:

Creates a platform for training a new generation of young curators that will critically improve the programs of the institutions and galleries they inhabit in the future.

Invites some of the most influential curators as mentors and presenters to the course, which will also benefit the local scene and its placement and recognition in relation to the international art scene. These guests also teach and guide the students and young curators.

Encourages cultural exchange by connecting educational initiatives and the art market, while also developing further cultural strategies in both the private and public sectors.

Project :

The project is conceived as an annual program of curatorial workshops, lectures, and studio visits, all with the intention to bring together key international and local figures engaged in curatorial discourse, who specifically are able to offer important institutional knowledge and networks to the program participants. In collaboration with institutional and corporate partners, the intention of the project is to strengthen the next generation of curators and experts by helping them accumulate knowledge and establish new networks and partnerships through the program. The purpose of the ongoing project is to continue to contribute by realizing the following programs and activities:

Spur the dialogue on freedom and enhance the education of young people, cultivating their knowledge of curatorial practices and tendencies by introducing new research initiatives and encouraging innovative thinking in how to shape the cultural institutions of the future.

Create even more possibilities for the establishment of host-guest relationships (which is very important in order to make sustainable transitions possible and establish relationships of trust), connecting people locally and internationally, supporting cultural values and diversity.

Expand the discussion on what constitutes an institution relevant to the public sphere and wider audiences, which is also part of civic society.

Partner search :

Institutions from both, public and private, non-governmental sector – contemporary art institutions, museums, cultural centers, educational platforms, and programs.

Contact :

Biljana Ćirić, founder of the association - biljana.ciric@gmail.com

Ana Anakijev, project coordinator - anaanakijev@gmail.com

Katarina Kostandinović, project coordinator - katarina.kostandinovic@gmail.com

What Do We Believe In 2018 Sommerblut Kulturfestival e.V. - Allemagne Europe Créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Allemagne

Secteur : Intercultural performance

Operator :

Sommerblut draws the edge into the centre and brings the centre to the edge. The cultural festival lives the vision of cultural participation for all people, regardless of physical or mental disability, ethnic and social origin, age, sexual identity, gender and religion. The festival is risky, breaks with conventional ways of seeing and performing and brings together a wide variety of perspectives. Sommerblut is cross- divisional. Dance, music, visual arts, performance, theatre and literature enter into fruitful communication, combine expertise with innovative art forms and open up new dimensions of experience.

Project :

WHAT DO WE BELIEVE IN is an european intercultural performance project that wants to throw a glance at political, sociocultural as well as religious crises that are diagnosed throughout Europe. In cooperation with four or five cultural institutions, venues, or festivals from different european countries a variety of performance projects will be developed on the subject of crises of faith. In exchange with each other, the different experiences and ways of dealing with personal and European crises of faith are to be worked out.

Partner search :

Wheter you are a theatre, a dance company, a venue or a festival – we are looking for anyone who is interested in elaborating various intercultural performance projects on the subject of faith and crises. Since Sommerblut as the project coordinator is famous for its inclusive and cross-border projects, we are looking especially for artists, playwrights or cultural managers who are socio-critical, inclusive, LGTB-friendly, dissenting, open for experiments and ready for new ways of thinking. Optimally, you already have experiences in European cooperation projects and you are interested in an intercultural exchange of ideas, visions and experiences.

Contact :

felix.dornseifer@sommerblut.de - erlen@futur-drei.de

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Zagreb Dance Center 2018 Zagreb Dance Center - Croatie Europe Créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu :

Région :

Pays : Croatie

Secteur : Danse contemporaine, développement des publics

Operator :

Zagreb Dance Center (ZPC) is the central space of contemporary dance in Croatia, which supports Croatian and foreign dance artists in their creation, and encourages a propulsive and dynamic dance scene. The main tasks of Zagreb Dance Center are to secure adequate conditions for rehearsals and performances; to program highly professional dance shows and their repeat performances; to encourage new trends in artistic production; to collaborate on local, national and international level; to strengthen the interaction between dance scene and cultural public; to educate young audience; and to raise awareness and appreciation of contemporary dance amongst the general public. It supports various innovative initiatives, advocates diversity and plurality of artistic visions, and encourages artists, audience and the community to explore and analyze choreographic and other concepts together.

Project :

In cooperation with elementary and secondary schools, we intend to organize guided tours of Zagreb Dance Center, to do workshops, performances, talks about performances and talks with performers and authors, in order to make children acquainted with the art of dance and to do the presentations of occupations: dancer, choreographer, light designer and producer.

Our goals are: to raise awareness and appreciation of contemporary dance, to produce a high-quality, professional performance for the young, to familiarize the audience with contemporary dance through creative workshops and discussions (edutainment), to strengthen the cooperation with schools which are not specialized dance schools, to include the independent dance professionals and organizations into the implementation of the project, to raise the visibility of Zagreb Dance Center and dance art in Zagreb and Croatia in general.

Partner search :

Organizations and institution working in the fields of contemporary dance, art, and culture

Contact :

Martina Nevistić - nevistic@zagrebackiplesnicentar.hr - +385 91 4872 565

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