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23.6.2020

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Cultural Management Academy 2020: open call

Cultural Management Academy 2020: open call

The National Center for Dance Bucharest is pleased to announce that Colectiv A Cluj, Goethe-Institut Bucharest and EUNIC Romania have announced an open call for participation in the Cultural Management Academy 2020: Laboratory of the absent body | Reset scenarios for performing arts.

This year’s edition of the Cultural Management Academy is dedicated to the performing arts sector. It explores scenarios that may revive the meaning of performing arts and anticipates the need to reshape and rethink our way of existing and the relation to our audiences. 

In Covid-19 times, this artistic sector has been facing many difficulties and has found itself faced with the urgency of re-inventing its core structure in order to overcome the situation. This is why we have chosen this focus and decided to gather our energy, strength and know-how to support the performing arts sector.

After three regional editions, Cultural Management Academy continues in 2020 with a local digital laboratory, which will take place online and will be open to participants from Romania and the Republic of Moldova.The Academy offers participants the opportunity to be part of an intensive one-week digital seminar, taking place between 27th July and 1st August. To support the capacity building process, the CMA provides some micro-subsidies through the CMA Fund to support new solutions to adapt the sector.

For more information about the programme and registrations, click here.

Parteners: EUNIC Romania : Institutul Polonez / Instytut Polski w Bukareszcie, British Council Romania, Institutul Cultural Român / Romanian Cultural Institute, Institutul Camões București – Instituto Camões Bucareste, forumul cultural austriac, Institutul Francez, Embassy of the Netherlands in Romania
Collaborators: Facultatea de Stiinte Politice a Universitatii din Bucuresti (FSPUB), IDC – Centre for International Cooperation and Development Studies, Centrul Naţional al Dansului Bucureşti
and Heritage Contact Zone – HCZ.

Project co-financed by Creative Europe Programme and AFCN.