Professional Training Series: BEYOND THE CULTURAL MODEL

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.

Priložnosti · June 4, 2020

Based on the actual needs of the sector, the current crisis, and the latest (international) guidelines and trends in the development of this sector, we are organizing a series of free, publicly available BCM training, which will be carried out in cooperation with the Centre for Creativity (CfC) between June and November 2020.

The training is tailored to different target groups and/or focuses on different topics relevant to the cultural, film and creative sectors:

Tuesday, 9th June 2020 (10:00 – 11:30, webinar):
Back to Basics: Financial Management (Part 1) – The Logical Framework of Calls for Proposals
Lecturer: Bojan Schuch (CZ)
More info & registration

Monday, 15th June 2020 (10:00 – 11:30, online discussion):
Back to Basics: Financial Management (Part 2) – Strategies and Tactics of Fundraising through Tenders
Moderator: Urška Jež (SI) with Slovenian and international guests

Tuesday, 16th June 2020 (10:00 – 11:00, webinar):
Back to Basics: Financial Management (Part 3) – Implementation of Supported Projects
Lecturer: Bojan Schuch (CZ)

Thursday, 18th June 2020 (10:00 – 11:30, webinar):
Audiences at the Forefront (Part 1) – Do We Need a New Strategy?
Lecturer: Julie Aldridge (UK)

Tuesday, 7th July 2020 (10:00 – 11:30, webinar):
Audiences at the Forefront (Part 2) – Leading Change to Create an Inclusive, Audience-Focused organisation
Lecturer: Julie Aldridge (UK)

Further information here.
Contact: Ines Kežman (ines.kezman[at]

The BCM training series (except the online discussion) is organized by the Motovila Institute as part of the activities of the Centre for Creativity Platform Partner Network. The project is co-financed by the EU (the European Regional Development Fund) and the Republic of Slovenia.