The Fourth Dimension Foundation, a non-governmental organization from Poland, is searching for the lead partner to submit a project in the field of visual arts. They would like to create a series of portrait photographs inspired by the images of Madonna from art history and pop culture.
Medical University of Gdańsk is searching for partners from Italy, Germany, Spain, France, Austria, Netherlands and England to participate in the project Anatomy of the Last Judgement. The aim of the project is the interdisciplinary analysis of chosen 63 paintings of “The Last Judgement”. The project will cover the cultural, medical, legal and artistic aspects of the works analysed.
Fundación Mainel would like to participate as a partner in a cooperation project. Their core mission is focused on Culture & Solidarity & social initiatives for cooperation. Field of interest: Visual Arts.
PhotoIreland has successfully run a major Photographic exhibition in Ireland over the last 10 years and has participated in Creative Europe projects to date. Their project Critical Academy is for the next Cooperation Project Western Balkans Call and they wish to partner with cultural organisations in this region. The Critical Academy aims to encourage a wholesome and sustainable arts practice through mentorship and a programme that re-thinks the relationship between artists and institutions.
Nova Galerija Vizuelnih Umetnosti (Nova Gallery of Visual Arts) from Belgrade would like to participate in the Western Balkan cooperation project, especially ones related to strengthening the visual arts market and career development of young artists from the region.
World Press Photo would like to engage and train Western Balkan based photojournalists in their work. They are looking for partners in all Western Balkan countries, esp. from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, Northern Macedonia and Serbia. They have already connected with Foundation 17 in Kosovo.
SHTATËMBËDHJETË (17) would like to cooperate as a partner in a project related to strengthening the capacities of cultural and creative industries in the Western Balkans and/or increasing transnational circulation of cultural and creative works and transnational mobility of cultural and creative players.
Library & Service of Information, Digitization and Archive Management of the Cyprus University of Technology is interested in collaborating mostly with partners from countries with high refugees acceptance rates since they want to study how children express their experiences as refugees through art.
The Biennale of Western Balkans (BoWB), an initiative of the History of Art Laboratory in the School of Fine Arts at the University of Ioannina, is interested to cooperate as a partner in projects in the field of cultural heritage, contemporary art, new media, audience development, development of new cultural business models, development of innovative educational methodology.