Organisation Elite Art Club UNESCO Association
Elite Art Club UNESCO is a non-governmental, nonprofit organization which begun its activity in 2003 and in 2010 became the sole representative in Romania of the Jeunesses Musicales International global network – the most extensive nongovernmental organization in the world, dedicated to promoting young musicians.
All the projects of the association aimed at sustaining and developing the professional career of young artists and some of its priorities are the supporting of Romanian artists and the international promotion of their works.
They are looking for partner organizations from the field of visual arts (academies, art organizations, university art departments).
Platform WeShopArt: Visual arts dedicated platform
The aim of the platform is to promote artistic creation in the public space, to attract a wide audience and to promote mobility and visibility for European artists and their works.
The platform will enable the young artists to create a virtual community of artists, will provide them with networking opportunities and will allow them to promote and market their works in Europe and at a global level. Also, the global public will benefit from easy access to contemporary European art. The project will reunite a minimum of 10 member-organizations which are active in cultural and creative domains and their mission will be to offer assistance to the young artists they represent who want to get involved in the project and to monitor their development.
The platform will contain presentations of the artists such as their CVs and portfolios, a blog with news regarding the art world and an art store. In order to facilitate the public’s accessibility to all the information regarding the European artistic domain, the website will be in English. The platform will also contain the updated schedules of all the partner institutions so that the public may be informed regarding ongoing exhibits and cultural projects. In order to promote the project and the partners, at least 3 exhibits in alternative spaces with high-traffic will be organized (airports, subway stations, international train stations).