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What does the climate crisis has to do with the cultural and creative sector? Actually, a lot.
To better understand this relation we had the great honor to interview Lisa Lang, EU Affairs Orchestrator at the EIT Climate KIC, who drove us through the windy streets of European politics, untying the knots of a too often perceived as a top down approach.
Creative Skills Week 2023 from Oct. 10-13 in Vienna & online
Join the project Cyanotypes in a dynamic event emphasizing collaboration, interaction, and diverse voices: Creative Skills Week 2023.
Don’t miss the Anticipating Creative Futures Programme on October 10-11, where stakeholders from various cultural and creative sectors come together. It’s a participant-driven event, integrating collaborative ideation and interactive discussions.
Collab 4 HySust: Empowering Europe's Cultural and Creative Sectors Sustainably
Open Call for EU-based CCI Organizations: Join Collab 4 HySust on a transformative 16-month journey focused on audience engagement and sustainability. Benefit from expert support, microgrants, networking, and knowledge sharing by submitting your proposals.
Eligible entities include cultural institutions, nonprofits, startups, and more, engaged in intersections of culture, science, and technology. Priority will be given to activities aligning with project priorities and located in partnering countries: Italy, Bulgaria, Serbia, Greece, Denmark.
Unlock your potential with the European Future Citizens initiative
European Future Citizens aims to empower young Europeans aged 13 to 35 to play a pivotal role in building sustainable cities through an engaging game-based approach.
Participate and cultivate valuable skills in proactivity, creativity, and collaboration through the European Future Citizens initiative. Additionally, you’ll delve into the world of urban gaming, addressing the sustainability, technology, and smart city challenges that matter most to you.
Don’t miss this opportunity and be a part of shaping the cities of the future while enjoying a fun and innovative approach. Deadline to apply: 30th of September.
Public and Open Vote to Choose Your Favorite Showcase Pieces at the CraftHub International Exhibition
CraftHub invites you to participate in a public vote to select your favourite showcase pieces from the ‘CRAFTHUB International Exhibition: Investigating Craft Practices Across Europe.’
Over 100 talented European craft practitioners have presented their work. A €2,500 cash fund is available, with €1,000 for the first-place winner and €500 for those in 2nd to 4th place.
You can cast your vote online until October 26th. The winners will be announced on November 1st during the CraftHub Conference in Oslo.