Creative communities – lecture on new collaborative, funding and audience development models by Luka Piškorič, Poligon Creative Centre.
Ljubljana, 13. 4. 2017 - in the framework of the Study Visit to Slovenia hosted by the Motovila Institute (10–14 April 2017 | Ljubljana, Maribor, Nova Gorica):
"Beyond Horizons. Connecting Cultural and Creative Sectors: Armenia - Georgia - Moldavia – Ukraine"
Motovila, Centre for the Promotion of Cooperation in the Cultural and Creative Sectors, in cooperation with the European Union-Eastern Partnership Culture and Creativity Programme from 10th to 14th April 2017 organised a study tour for 23 representatives of the cultural sector from Armenia, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. During five-day study study visit they got to know more than 60 Slovenian organisations and visited 21 cultural spaces or venues. In addition to the capital city, the guests were also introduced to the cultural scenes in the eastern (Maribor) and western (Vipava, Nova Gorica, Šempas and Osek) parts of Slovenia.
A detailed report of the event, participants, topics covered and places visited is available here:
Apart from the regional programe of the EU-Eastern Partnership for Culture and Creativity, the study trip was carried out in cooperation with a number of professional and local partners, among them Bunker Institute, Poligon Creative Centre, Vetrinje Mansion – Narodni dom Maribor, Academy of Arts of the University of Nova Gorica (UNG AU), Kulturni dom Nova Gorica (Nova Gorica City Gallery) and the European Union House – European Parliament Information Office in Slovenia and European Commission Representation in the Republic of Slovenia.