East European Performing Arts Platform (EEPAP) supports the
development of contemporary performing arts (dance and theatre)
in 18 countries of Central and Eastern Europe.

Open Call: CreArt Curators Seminar


CreArt Seminar in Genoa: Between Public and Private. Good practices in curatorship. 21-23 March



What is the relationship between museums and contemporary art? What does curating exhibitions and initiatives mean, by interlacing public and private for the art of the 20th and 21st centuries? What role do foundations, fairs and galleries play? Which curatorship practices may be set up in each of those venues, so as to help to spread the knowledge of the contemporary art?

-Museums and contemporary art /museums of contemporary art.

-Importance of the relationship between the public and the private. Curating events in foundations, fairs, galleries.

-On curating Public Art.

-Reinventing the museum.


Director: Alessandra Gagliano Candela


Venue: Sala del Camino e Loggiato Minore, Palazzo Ducale

Participants and selection criteria

The seminar is open to local curators and artists that are living, studying or working, in any of the cities taking part in “CreArt. Network of Cities for Artistic Creation”:  Aveiro [PT], Clermont-Ferrand and Rouen [FR], Genoa and Lecce [IT], Kaunas [LT], Katowice and Lublin [PL], Liverpool [UK], Skopje [MK], Valladolid [ES], Zagreb [HR].

Curators and artists should have a degree in Arts, Curating or related areas or at least one year work experience in a museum/gallery environment.


Organization covers the travel expenses [up to 600 €] and accommodation, except for the participants from Genoa.

Organization offers subsistence [meals] to all participants during the workshop [21st to 23rd March].

Participants should bring with them a laptop or notebook.

Participants should attend all sessions of the seminar.

The deadline to apply is 15th February. For more details and the link to the application form, go here.