The event on November 18 will focus on challenges of international mobility in a pandemic world. How can artists and cultural professionals be mobile under radically changed circumstances? Why is mobility necessary?
To implement the 2020 Preparatory action “Music Moves Europe: Boosting European music diversity and talent” (with a budget of €2.5 million) this call for proposals (EAC/S15/2020) addresses the need to support the green, digital, just and resilient recovery and post-Covid-19-crisis development of the European music ecosystem to help it become more sustainable. Deadline: 19 November, 2020.
Third online talk (5 Nov.) in a PLAN B series on the cultural policies of European cities in the current crisis and beyond will focus on the process of intensely accelerated digital shift that affected also the cultural and creative sectors. Registration open!
This autumn 12 Creative Europe Desks from the whole continent join efforts to build new connections between cultural and creative representatives from throughout Europe. They prepare three online networking events open for everyone, who is eager to find international partners for their prospective projects during the times when traveling and personal meetings are not possible.
Can the existing cultural infrastructure still make it possible for culture and art to survive? Or, will the rediscovered public space locations become the prevailing “live” culture and art venues until we get an effective vaccine? Join us on 1st October for the second online discussion within the PLAN B cycle moderated by Ragnar Siil, an international cultural policy expert.
With global challenges such as climate changes, global pandemics, inequality, poverty, migration and growing nationalism - is it the time to discuss Gender Equality? Well yes, more than ever. Motovila invites you to attend a lecture and a workshop "Gender Equality in Culture" (25th Sept.) with Else Christensen-Redzepovic.
Join our online workshop series this autumn to enable you to produce or update your audience strategy.
A series of online discussions on the cultural policies of European cities in the current crisis and beyond. On 22nd June2020 we hosted experts and officials from Novi Sad (Vuk Radulović), Lisbon (Alexandra Sabino) and Ljubljana (Mateja Demšič). Online events are moderated by Ragnar Siil, an international cultural policy expert. Do not miss autumn series of events!
In June, we are starting with the financial management of (international) projects, and continuing with the development of audiences, also with the aim of re-establishing audience relations after the corona crisis. The webinars, which are aimed at representatives of all fields of the CSS, will be presented by experts in the field of strategic and financial development of organizations, and development of audience-centred organizations.
The overall objective of this Call is to foster reconciliation and good neighbourly relations in the Western Balkans through cultural cooperation and creation. Eligible countries: EU and Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia. NOTE Coronavirus: deadline for applications extended until 28 April 2020, 17:00 pm CET.
The Ministry of Culture of the Republic of North Macedonia (CED MK) is organizing a promotional and networking event dedicated to Creative Europe - Western Balkan’s Window Call in Skopje, from 5 to 6 February 2020.
CEE Animation Forum (5–8 May, Liberec, Czech Republic) is a co-production pitching, B2B and networking event with the intention to boost the projects´ international circulation potential, visibility and their access to a wider European market. The deadline for submission 10 January 2020.