During the weeklong study visit to Slovenia, 10 representatives of the cultural sector from Ukraine got to know more than 40 Slovenian organisations and visited more than 20 cultural spaces or venues. In addition to residing in the capital city, the guests were also introduced to the cultural scene in the eastern part of Slovenia (Maribor).
At the “Beyond the Cultural Model” conference (Oct. 16, 2018) Edgar Garcia Casellas from the Catalan Institute for Cultural Companies (ICEC) told how the public Catalan model for CCSs has been reshaped to create a unique support and financing system that helps both non-profit organisations and for-profit companies in the creative sector to realise projects successfully.
At the “Beyond the Cultural Model” conference (Oct. 16, 2018) the communications expert and cultural model consultant José Rodríguez (SE) shared insights from Trans Europe Halles and Creative Lenses project, offering inspiring case studies.
At the “Beyond the Cultural Model” conference (Oct. 16, 2018) Julie Aldridge (UK) spoke on how organisations in the CCSs might innovate their business models as a way to better deliver their visions brilliantly.
The road to resilience is paved with desirable, viable and feasible innovative approaches that help you achieve your visionary impact! Jana Renée Wilcoxen reports from the “Beyond the Cultural Model” conference (Oct. 16, 2018). Organised by Motovila Institute (CED Slovenia) within the Centre for Creativity platform, a programme run by the Museum of Architecture and Design, and in the frame of the Beyond Horizons study visit from Ukraine.
Motovila (CED Slovenia) held the Creative Europe seminar in the EU House on October 18, 2018, that was dedicated to the European Capital of Culture and the cooperation projects scheme. Both are undoubtedly among the best-known measures supported by the EU Creative Europe programme.
On Wednesday 17 October 2018, Motovila in cooperation with the Centre for Creativity (Museum of Architecture and Design) held a seminar on innovative communication approaches in cultural and creative sectors. Participants included representatives of various cultural organisations from Slovenia and Ukraine.
Motovila Institute, hosting Creative Europe Desk Slovenia, has produced the series called Creative Europe Stories. The aim is to promote the Creative Europe EU programme as well as highlighting successful initiatives developed by Slovenian organisations in cooperation with their European partners.
From film education to integrating cultural heritage with contemporary artistic creation. The success of Slovenian applicants to the latest EU Creative Europe – Culture and MEDIA sub-programmes’ calls for proposals continue.
The Motovila (CED Slovenia) team will enjoy the summer break from June 22 to July 10.
Motovila held a training session on EU funding in Ljubljana, 7 June 2018.