||Training of trainers' seminar: Mobility and cultural co-operation in the age of digital spaces
||Bucharest, Romania, 27 October 2006
Application deadline: October 11
Following successful training sessions on mobility, intercultural competence, cultural co-operation in the age of digital spaces led by Corina Suteu in 2005, three of the trainees of the programme are now given a space to develop new thoughts and insights into these issues by developing their own training format. Sanna Kangasluoma (FI), Cristina Farinha (PT) and Aleksandra Uzelac (HR) will deliver a series of free training sessions focusing on issues related to digital cultural content and virtual mobility, drivers and barriers for mobility, and cultural networks as real or virtual pathways to cultural co-operation.
On-The-Move will organise together with ECUMEST in Bucharest this new training of trainers within the framework of the G2CC - Gateway to Cultural Collaboration project funded by the European Commission.
The training sessions will take place throughout the day on Friday 27th October in Bucharest. Please note that this training day will be repeated on 9th November within the Mobile.Home IETM meeting in Helsinki (if you require further information on this event please visit www.ietm.org).
The training is open to cultural organisers, producers, managers or artists, or cultural management teachers/trainers interested in finding more about these issues, but also enabled to perform and further disseminate the training contents.
The sessions will take place at the National Center for Dance in Bucharest, which is partner to this event. The working language will be English.
As places for the free training sessions are limited to 20 participants, selection will take place through an application form procedure (see below). The participants must secure their own travel and accommodation.
> Short training presentation (pdf document, 96,3 kb)
> Application form (word document, 34 kb)
Please send your application forms for the Bucharest training no later than October 11, 2006 to email@example.com.
ECUMEST contact person: Stefania Ferchedau, Director
This initiative forms part of the G2CC (Gateway to Cultural Collaboration) project, supported by the European Union - Directorate General for Education and Culture (Dec2004-Dec2006) and is run in an active partnership with the four G2CC co-organisers: ERICarts Institute, European Cultural Foundation/ Laboratory of European Cultural Cooperation, Fitzcarraldo Foundation, and On-the-move Association.