Thematic focus Together, we matter The recent global health crisis has generated many changes that our society is struggling to cope with.
Different fields of economy were deeply affected, among them, the cultural field that, in this region, is not considered essential for sustainable development of the economy. Many of the cultural operators had to cancel their activities and many of those acting in the independent cultural sector had to close their businesses with no possibility of relaunching them in the near future.
In some cases, instead of bringing us together, the pandemic surfaced xenophobic and egocentric approaches.
For this reason, NRCC programme aims to build a climate of solidarity between professionals from Romania, Serbia and the Republic of Moldova in an effort to launch a debate, involving independent cultural operators as well as public cultural institutions, to discuss and find solutions to common problems in order to ensure a sustainable development of the cultural sector in the region and to promote culture as a pillar in education and social inclusion.
Through lecturers, workshops, discussions, and presentations NRCC aims to find answers to questions like: what is the understanding of sustainability in the cultural field and speed dating jean baptiste does it contribute to cafenea dating development? NRCC is offering the opportunity to learn from international trainers and develop new skills, to share ideas through transversal networking with the aim of developing cross-sectoral innovation that will contribute to the sustainable development of the cultural sector.
Whom is the NRCC program for?
Format, events, and dates The NRCC offers the opportunity to be part of the Cultural Management School — an intensive six-day seminar in Bucharest, and a Project Incubator taking place in Belgrade as it follows: 1. Cultural Management School in Bucharest 14th — 19st of September The programme offers the opportunity to participate in an intensive six-day seminar, which will include lectures, workshops, interactive speed dating jean baptiste, collective and individual sessions, and other capacity building formats dealing with the topic of the NRCC We want to create a framework in which various creators and operators within the cultural field can attend a professional week-long seminar held by international trainers, so that they can deal with the new challenges facing this sector.
The seminar is planned to take place onsite, in compliance with all measures issued to prevent the spread of coronavirus, at Pavilion 32 at the Goethe-Institut Bucharest. Here is a list of topics and modules for the NRCC Building sustainable ways of cooperation between public and private sectors Cross-sectoral innovation Ethics and values of solidarity Artistic research: linking management and research Cancel culture Trainers and speakers in the seminars will be local and international professionals from the field: Klaus Obermaier AT.