Workshop for employees of cultural instiutions and organisations: brainstorming new cooperation locally

Workshop for employees of cultural instiutions and organisations: brainstorming new cooperation locally


For whom is it intended?
This workshop is intended for representatives of cultural institutions and organisations, programme editors, curators, educators and other professionals interested in designing new models of cooperation locally.

What kind of knowledge and skills will participants acquire?
It is required that everyone interested in participating in the workshop define the most important strengths and resources of their organisation or a programme when applying, but also what they lack (what would we offer in a partnership, and what would we want to gain through cooperation with another organisation, e.g. we have a strong collection, but we don’t have a young audience. We have international contacts, but scarce financial assets).
Based on replies groups will be formed within which we will reach new models of cooperation locally and on the European level through brainstorming.
The aim of the workshop is for professionals working in cultural institutions and organisations of Novi Sad and the surrounding cities to reach ideas and agreement related to connecting and joint activities in the domains of:
– programme realisation
– working on audience development
– working on the development of the touristic offer

How to apply to participate?
Everyone interested in participating is required to send an application containing the first and last name of the participant, name of the institution/organisation they are representing. Applications should be sent to the email address Application deadline is Wednesday, 8th May 2019. Selected participants will be notified about participation details through email at latest by Monday, 13th May.

Who is leading the workshop?
The workshop will be led by Nina Mihaljinac, project manager of Culture Desk Serbia and a docent teaching the subject of Cultural Management and Cultural Policy at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade and Milan Đorđević, project manager of the Culture Desk Serbia.