Development of Regional Initiatives for Education and Culture
through Knowledge Transfer
The general objective of the training programme “Development of Regional Initiatives for Education and Culture through Knowledge Transfer” implemented by the platform Formare Culturala, implemented by Postmodernism Museum Association from Romania as a Promoter and Alexa Ritter Kommunikations und Kulturmanagement from Liechtenstein, acting as project partner, aims at developing the skills of professionals, access to the labor market encouraging the development of entrepreneurial initiatives and the dissemination of good practices in the cultural sector in Romania.
- Fundraising expert
- Entrepreneurship skills
- Innovative tools in culture
- Cultural audience development
- Creative entreprenourship
workshops: mentorship & mastermind
- for #creativejobs
- for creative businesses
- for cultural operators
- for cultural workers
- Contemporan approaches in intagible heritage
- Creative jobs
- professional networking and knowledge transfer in culture
noii industriași, creativii
- publication with study cases, barometers, interviews, academic studies
Choose your own cultural practice
You have to make time for this – the duration is between 40 and 180 hours lengh. We will be in Romania, in București, Iași and Timișoara.
Each of them will last for three full days, trainers will deliver them in Romanian or English. We will be in București.
The video tutorials will be in Romanian, 20-minute long and approaching one specific area of expertise in cultural management. Exclusively online.
Mentorship and mastermind
The sessions will address the need and will to begin and sustain a cultural business or project. We will be in Arad, Oradea, Brașov, Iași, Cluj, Sibiu.
Good ideas are not good enough.
Nowadays culture is framed within the area of cultural and creative industries, due to the need for wide distribution and communication. Globalization in the market of cultural ideas has changed the mechanisms and roles of the artist, creator, producer, distributor and beneficiaries and has shifted much of the cultural creation and consumption into the digital environment. The interdisciplinarity of cultural domains redefines all creative genres, freeing them from the classical forms of understanding (fine arts, theater, music, dance, etc.) and adding them an important performative coordinate (performing architecture, perfoming food, performing arts, etc.).
Project funded through the EEA Grants 2014 – 2021 within the RO-CULTURE Program.
The EEA grants represent the contribution of Iceland, the Principality of Liechtenstein and the Kingdom of Norway to reducing economic and social disparities in the European Economic Area and to strengthening bilateral relations with the 15 beneficiary states of Eastern and Southern Europe and the Baltic States. These financing mechanisms are established on the basis of the Agreement on the European Economic Area, which brings together EU Member States and Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway as equal partners in the internal market. In total, the three states contributed € 3.3 billion between 1994 and 2014 and € 1.55 billion for the 2014-2021 funding period. More details are available at: www.eeagrants.org and www.eeagrants.ro.
The RO-CULTURE program is implemented by the Ministry of Culture through the Project Management Unit and has as a general objective the consolidation of economic and social development through cultural cooperation, cultural entrepreneurship and cultural heritage management. The budget of the Program is 29 million euros. More details are available on: www.ro-cultura.ro