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International training for cultural art managers (professional seminar)
The first edition of CultureLabs involves 5 days of networking, learning, and sharing in an international environment. This international professional seminar, designed to strengthen and streamline the organizational teams of cultural and artistic activities with an emphasis on projects and events at higher education institutions or projects that are led by young cultural professionals or emerging cultural managers. The main goal of the project is to connect and professionalize cultural workers and educational institutions and their activities.
Date: 25th - 29th January 2021
Join us: email to hello [at] sensorium [dot] is
Organizers: Imaginarium (SK) in cooperation with Asociace DICE (CZ).
- Fee: participation is free. Training is financed from public funds by the Slovak Arts Council.
The training is meant for cultural managers from the V4 countries. The cultural background and policy in these countries has many similarities and therefore the training can bring more targeted content. The training will focus on tools and trends in cultural management, building of networks and clusters, audience engagement, cultural policies and organizational strategies. We will take a look also on good practice of the participants and their organizations and institutions.
-> UNIQUE MASTERCLASSES FROM EXPERTS
-> NON-FORMAL ENVIRONMENT
-> CHANCE FOR NETWORKING AND COOPERATION
-> GET NEW KNOW-HOW
-> STRENGHTHEN YOUR TEAM
-> CREATE NEW PARTNERSHIPS & GET INSPIRED
-> AGATA ETMANOWICZ is the president of the Impact Foundation and co-founder of the Poland Without Barriers Foundation. Together with Impact Impact Foundation, she is supporting culture organisations in placing audiences in the center of their visions and everyday practice by bringing together a strategic approach of/to audience development & audience engagement.
-> MILENA DRAGIČEVIČ ŠEŠIĆ is a professor of cultural policy and cultural management and former president of the University of Arts, Belgrade, where she now holds the UNESCO Chair in Cultural Policy and Management.
-> MICHAL HLADKÝ is the author of the concept of the Interface project and he also collaborated in the winning project for Kosice 2013 European Capital of Culture. Since 2008 Mr. Hladky has worked for NGO Kosice 2013 at which he was responsible for investment projects and creative industries development projects and since 2014 he has served as Director.
Project partners: Zlin Design Week (CZ), Academia Film Olomouc (CZ), Platform Kulturális Egyesület (HU), The Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków (PL)
Programme and more information is available here.