Representatives of fifteen institutions and organizations from Serbia will have the opportunity to participate in the seminar featuring preparation of project proposals for the Creative Europe Programme, which is organized in the Open-air Museum "Old Village" - Sirogojno. There are five museums among them (National Museum Čačak, National Museum Kraljevo, National Museum Kruševac, National Museum Niš, the Museum of Rudnik-Takovo region Gornji Milanovac), two cultural centres (Cultural Centre Požega, Cultural Centre "Vuk Karadzic" Loznica) and seven civil society organizations (Forca Požega, Young and Talented Prijepolje, MillenniuM Kragujevac, Euphonium Šid-Kragujevac- Novi Sad, Matrijaršija Belgrade, Educational Circles Belgrade, KulturPark Belgrade).
The seminar program consists of lectures on international cultural cooperation, contemporary artistic practices and concepts of cultural policy (Milena Dragićević Šešić, Faculty of Dramatic Arts, and Jovan Čekić, Faculty of Media and Communications), presentation of the Creative Europe Programme (Dimitrije Tadić, Nina Mihaljinac, Luka Kulić, Dragana Srećkov, Jovana Topalov, Creative Europe Desk Serbia) and workshop programme - presentations, consultations and discussions about the project proposals.
Creative Europe Desk and Open Air Museum "Old Village" in Sirogojno thank you all for your interest, and wish seminar participants successful work on project ideas and realization of long-term professional relationships established at the seminar in Sirogojno!
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