FABULAMUNDI webinar #1- Creative Europe & transnational cultural cooperation

September 14, 2020, 4:30 pm
September 14, 2020

On the occasion of Fabulamundi festive week, we are glad to invite you to join our series of webinars. Three online debates on 14, 16 and 18 September will focus on the role of Creative Europe in transnational cultural cooperation, Audience Development issues tackled in cooperation projects and Capacity Building activities as implemented in the Fabulamundi project.

Do not forget to tune in to Fabulamundi Happy Hour Talks every day from Monday 14 September to Saturday 19 September from 6pm to 7pm (CET) too. Streamed on a Fabulamundi website and social media channels, these informal talks will take you through the stories of the playwrights and the project itself.


The first Fabulamundi webinar will focus on the role of Creative Europe in transnational cultural cooperation and will take place on Monday, 14 September at 4.00 – 5.30 (CEST)

The occasion is related to the final (now moved online) festival of the Fabulamundi, Creative Europe large cooperation project.

The online panel discussion is the first in a series of webinars and other online activities (happy hour talks, interviews etc.) that will happen on the week of 14 September online as part of the Fabulamundi festivity week. 

The webinar and panel discussion of the 14th of September will focus on the role of the Creative Europe program and its contribution to creating a shared European cultural space.

Speakers

  1. Claudia Di Giacomo (PAV, leader of the Fabulamundi project)
  2.  Giuliana Ciancio (BeSpectactive)
  3. Barbara Gessler (DG EAC) tbc
  4.  Piersandra Di Matteo (Atlas of Transition)

Moderated by: Tere Badia, Culture Action Europe

The webinar will be livestreamed. More information will follow.

Fabulamundi Playwriting Europe: Beyond Borders? is a cooperation project among theatres, festivals and cultural organisations from 10 EU Countries (Italy, France, Germany, Spain, Romania, Austria, Belgium, UK, Poland and Czech Republic) for the promotion of contemporary dramaturgy. The network aims to support and promote the contemporary playwriting across Europe, in order to reinforce and enhance the activities and strategies of the professionals and artists working in the sector and to provide the theatre authors and professionals with opportunities of networking, multicultural encounter and professional development.


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