The results of the competition European Cooperation Projects 2020 have been published today, with the total of 15 projects supported including 15 participant organisations from Serbia.
These are two leading projects: “THEY: LIVE, Student lives revealed through context-based art practices” led by Cultural Centre “Studentski grad” Belgrade and “Opera: Past, Present, Perfect”, led by MOTO – Music Opera Theatre Organisation from Belgrade.
Also, project partners will also include:
¥ Faculty of Dramatic Arts Belgrade with the project “Stronger peripheries: a southern coalition”
¥ Centre for the Development of Circus Arts “LUDIFICO” with the project “BETA CIRCUS – Boosting European Trends and Artists in Circus Arts”
¥ Association KROKODIL with the project “Be (P)Art. Grow with Arts”
¥ Nišville Foundation with the project “Roma Jazzing Europe”
¥ DAH Teatar with the project “Future Academy on Tour in Europe”
¥ Madlenianum opera and theatre with the project “Opera: Past, Present, Perfect”
¥ Association Superstar Culture with the project “Giving (Back) the Credit to the Heritage Communities”
¥ Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade with the project “Culture as a Unique Resource to Inspire, Outreach & Understand Science”
¥ Cultural Centre of Vojvodina “Miloš Crnjanski” with the project “House. Music. Europe.”
¥ Association “WEMSICAL SERBIA” with the project “Trans-European Music Organisations Linked Organically”
¥ Association “Kulturanova” Novi Sad with the project “What’SAP – Exchange of Social Art Practices”
¥ Association “Kulturanova” Novi Sad with the project “Invisible Lives”
¥ Station – service for contemporary dance with the project “Advancing performing arts project – FEMINIST FUTURES”
¥ Association “BAZAART” with the project “B-AIR Art Infinity Radio – Creating sound art for babies, toddlers and vulnerable groups”
¥ Public media institution Radio-television of Serbia with the project “B-AIR Art Infinity Radio – Creating sound art for babies, toddlers and vulnerable groups”
We are congratulating all institutions and organisations who worked hard and the efforts of which paid off on their exquisite results!
The competition was entered into by 391 project proposals (321 small cooperation projects and 70 big cooperation projects), out of which 380 were forwarded for evaluation. The total of 113 project were supported (93 small projects and 20 big projects), while 5 projects entered the reserved list.
Information about other supported projects were published on the website of the European Commission.