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Europe Direct A Coruña elabora un boletín electrónico dando a conocer las últimas novedades en la Unión Europea. En este boletín (formato pdf) usted podrá informarse sobre noticias, becas y vacantes, ayudas comunitarias, búsquedas de socios…
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Call for contributions for new publication on art in rural areas
We are working on a new Fresh Perspectives publication on art in rural areas. The publication will be a part of our bigger endeavour to ensure the recognition of the role arts play in rural areas and to put forward effective solutions to support artists and cultural professionals meeting various challenges when working in rural and peripheral districts.
You can help us make an inspiring and convincing publication by telling us about your project(s) which you have developed / are developing in a rural area and by sharing your experience, including specific challenges, of working in and with rural communities.
Please reply briefly to the questions on the form below, and our research team will get in touch with you if we need more details.
Submissions deadline: 28 June
We would appreciate a lot if you could spread this survey among your peers, so that we could collect as many relevant examples of art projects in rural areas as possible and make sure art professionals from different parts of the world can benefit from our research and advocacy. This call is also available on our website.
Beyond the Obvious Conference and CAE AGA & Members’ Forum registrations are now open!
We are happy to announce that the upcoming Beyond the Obvious (BtO) Conference, Culture Action Europe’s Annual General Assembly (AGA) and Members Forum will take place 23-26 October 2019 in Konstanz-Kreuzlingen.
Culture Crops: cultural practices in non-urban territories sparks the debate on peripheral territories. Where does their territory begin and where it does it end? How do they see themselves and how are they seen by others? What are they and how do they work?
Culture Crops is the conference on the road. Various thematic itineraries are proposed to the participants in order to experience the diversity of models of practice present in the region. These visits include facilitated debate and exchange between similar practices from other parts of Europe and offers an opportunity for learning and peer-to-peer exchange. Conference also features high level keynote speeches and panel discussions, as well as capacity building workshops and a project agora.
Register before 13 September 2019 and get the Early Bird discount!