Materahub launched a survey dedicated to explore the state of the art of the EU non-formal educational system for the cultural and creative professionals.Read More >>
The project “Cultural Footprint – Youth Creativity: activities for promotion and support of non-traditional business models and techniques in the creative and cultural sector” was conceived and designed as a response to the needs of young artists and CCI operators with the aim of providing support to rebuild or start their artistic activities after the pandemic, an event that has severely impacted the sector and for which it is necessary for young cultural workers and artists to readjust their skills, assess the deficiencies and organize their activities to reduce the risks of negative effects of the second pandemic by adapting to the new circumstances.
The current project aims to create a methodology and training manual for the development of youth creative enterprises with a focus on the entire creation process: from project management, funding, working with audiences, and personal marketing and in the creative thought process. This will be achieved by developing relevant solutions and training materials aimed at strengthening the capacity of young cultural workers to survive and flourish in the current economic environment.
Handbook of filming techniques and support for young emerging artists in the post COVID 19 period: all the information in it was selected and analyzed by the partners with the aim of perimetering the situation that has been formed and the skill gaps with which young cultural professionals, artists and trainers work.
Is creativity the Skill for the Future?
Interview to Bernd Fesel, CEO of the European Creative Business Network and representative of the ICE, winning consortium of KIC on Culture & Creativity.Read More >>
Cultural mobility for the empowerment of the Cultural and Creative Sector
Interview to Marie Le Sourd, Secretary General of On the Move for the past 10 years, on cultural mobility and professional development.Read More >>