Creative Europe Forum 2019
The power of cultural cooperation
Niš, May 30 – 31
YOU KNOW IT AND YOU CAN DO IT
donors / meet and greet/ recreation/ application process/ team spirit/ cultural exchange
The participatory guided tour will provide an insight into the work of the Vocal Curatorial Syndrome Foundation for potential associates, i.e. creative individuals, and members of informal artistic organizations/groups, and empower them to become successful leaders in the field of innovation within the frameworks of international cultural cooperation and intercultural dialogue. The participants will have a unique opportunity to gain insight into the donor activity of one of the most representative foundations, known for numerous investments in the field of culture and art; participate in training on how to write successful applications for projects planned in 2020; understand organization models, team logic and possess all the tools necessary for successful intercultural cooperation.
The performance will be held as part of the Forum Creative Europe 2019, at the National Theatre in Niš on Thursday, May 30th at 18.30. Deadline for registration is May 27th and applications should be sent to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
VCS is post-curatorial formation consisting of Senka Latinović and Vladimir Bjeličić. Based on active criticism strategy, VCS aims to rethink curatorial practice in the sense of class, gender, ethical and aesthetical guidelines within the local context, as well as global. The phenomenon of professional (un) sustainability or the inability to establish a symbolic and real capital in the art system of a transitional society is the starting premise of VCS’s work. Using performative methods of appropriation, manipulation, and humour, the duo is realized as a virtual entity, and through different models of social behaviour, it reflects the schizophrenics of the moment in which we live.
Forum Creative Europe 2019 is an international conference Desk Creative Europe Serbia, held for the first time in Niš from May 30-31. The Forum program is organized into three blocks:
Critical thinking and media literacy, Participatory management in culture, Horizontal knowledge. The presentations of successful projects will be organized within the Creative Europe 2018 program, as well as workshops and training activities for applying to the Creative Europe program, consultations on project ideas, and presentations of various funding sources in culture, art programs and cocktails. For more information about the Creative Europe Forum 2019 please see: