5th annual Creative Europe panel and networking reception in Edinburgh
50 Niddry Street Edinburgh EH1 1LG
- Dawn Walton, Founder of Eclipse Theatre Company, which is lead partner in Creative Europe Cooperation Project 'Slate: Black. Arts. World.' with partners in Portugal and the Netherlands. The overall aim of Slate is to increase the visibility and mobility of Black and Ethnic Minority artists through a two year capacity building programme that will provide artists and professionals with a set of experiences, skills and tools to develop new narratives on Europe’s racial identities.
- Emma Connors, Arts Development Manager at axis:Ballymun, Irish partner in Creative Europe Cooperation Project 'Cultural Adaptations' with partners in Scotland, Belgium and Sweden. Cultural Adaptations focuses on culture’s role in society’s adaptation to climate change, and the Adaptation issues that cultural organisations themselves need to think about.
- Mia Ternström, Keychange Project Manager at Musikcentrum Ost, Swedish partner in Creative Europe Cooperation Project 'Keychange' and now 'Keychange 2', with partners in the UK, Spain, Germnany, Iceland, Estonia and more. Keychange creates new international opportunities for performance, creative collaboration and capacity building amongst female musicians and innovative industry professionals.
- Sam Trotman, Director of Scottish Sculpture Workshop in Aberdeenshire and partner in five year Cooperation Project Frontiers in Retreat which ended in 2018, and now partner in new Cooperation Project 'BE PART'. The partnership of 10 EU and non-EU organisations will critically explore collaborative art-making and sharing, involving local citizens as co-authors in activities.
Last year's event was fully booked, so please do let us know if you are no longer able to make it so that we can release your place to someone else.
Other Creative Europe activity in Edinburgh this August
Two Creative Europe Cooperation Projects have shows as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe: