Cultural Management Academy 2019 │ Plovdiv & Bucharest
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CULTURE AND ARTS IN TRANSITION │ THE DIGITAL ERA
》》〉〉 Programme of the 3rd edition of the Cultural Management Academy, for the participants from Romania & the Republic of Moldova:
⇢ Network meeting and idea camp: 3-7 July in Plovdiv, Bulgaria
⇢ Local seminar: 16-20 September in Bucharest, Romania
》》〉〉Open call for participation
The Goethe-Institutes in Sofia, Bucharest, Thessaloniki and Sarajevo are pleased to announce an open call for participation in the Cultural Management Academy 2019. The CMA this year is dedicated to the topic „Culture and arts in transition: the digital era” and will explore new technologies and their impact and use in the management of cultural institutions and cultural projects.
The Academy offers participation in the CMA Network Meeting & Idea Camp taking place in July in Plovdiv – European Capital of Culture, and in an intensive one-week seminar, taking place in autumn 2019 in the country of origin/residence of participants. In order to support the capacity building process, the CMA offers possibilities for start-up funding of new collaborative projects through the CMA Fund.
Miki Braniste is the curator for Bucharest`s seminar and she proposed a program that, through lecturers, workshops, discussions and presentations, helps participants to explore the various notions of new technologies and digital systems and their impact on cultural management.
》》〉〉 More information about the CMA, the tematic focus for 2019, the format, contribution fee, how you can apply & other details can be found on the CMA Platform:
⌛ Application deadline: 5th May 2019!
✉ For questions, please contact: email@example.com