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: Culture for Development - workshops for young cultural managers from Eastern Partnership countries
The “Culture for local development” workshops (15-21 May) for young managers from Eastern Partnership countries working in cultural sector are organized by Culture.pl and European Solidarity Centre (ECS) in collaboration with Solidarity Fund PL in Moldova. They are directed at culture activists from Georgia, Moldova, Poland and Ukraine. The aim of the workshops is to deepen knowledge and skills of the participants with regard to project management.
The workshops will equip the participants with tools that will allow them to initiate and carry out important and attractive socio-cultural events in their local communities. Not only will the workshops provide an ample opportunity to acquire new knowledge and experience, but also provide a platform for sharing own experiences with the colleagues from other countries. Consequently, the workshops will provide ground for discussion, initiating interinstitutional contacts and inspiring new cultural and social initiatives in the Eastern Partnership countries. During the workshops, the participants, assisted by experts, will design local initiatives to be presented when the workshops conclude. At the end of the workshops, the participants will take part in the “Europe with a view to the future” forum, organized by the European Solidarity Centre.
The workshops will be held in Warsaw and Gdańsk.
To apply, please complete and submit the application form:
The deadline to apply is 20 March (24 March in Moldova). Travel and accommodation costs will be covered by project budget.
Project website here.
Project organised by culture.pl and ECS.
The goal of Culture.pl, the Adam Mickiewicz Institute’s flagship brand, is to promote Poland and Polish culture abroad. Culture.pl presents high-quality initiatives and events in the fields of art,music, design, and more. The Culture.pl website provides daily fresh information on the most exciting Polish cultural events worldwide, it is also the biggest and most comprehensive source of knowledge about Polish culture. Find out more: www.culture.pl
The ECS is a state-of-the-art cultural institution that honours Polish greatest civic success—the victorious Solidarity movement. It is a museum that commemorates the revolution of Solidarity and the fall of communism in Europe, but it is also an educational, research and academic centre, an archive, library and multimedia library. It is a public meeting space for citizens who feel responsible for the development of democracy: a place where solidarity and citizenship are put into practice. Find out more: www.ecs.gda.pl