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The Culture Committee invited co-initiators of the #CulturalDealEU campaign at a hearing on how to combine available strategic resources in innovative public-philanthropic mechanisms to give emergency support to the cultural and heritage sectors in Ukraine.


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Frequencies
Episode 1: The Poetry of Politics


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On the occasion of his new book, Performing Mourning, Laments in Contemporary Art, the Vienna based dance dramaturg Guy Cools discussed (on 3 November 2021) contemporary art practices in literature, visual and performing arts that use mourning as a source for activism.


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On 17 September, the Capacity Building for European Capitals of Culture organised an interactive meeting on “What are the digital challenges and opportunities for the future ECOC’s cities?” in the framework of the ENCATC Member Talks.


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On 17 September, the Capacity Building for European Capitals of Culture organised an interactive meeting on Audience development in the framework of the ENCATC Member Talks.


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The report brings together the main learning points we have drawn from the Perform Europe process, since its start in December 2020. The Perform Europe process so far highlights the urgency to rethink the current system of touring and distribution support in Europe, in order to make it more balanced, sustainable and inclusive.


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On 07 September, 2021, Culture Action Europe publically launched Amplify: Make the Future of Europe Yours, a project in collaboration with members of our network in Denmark, France, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden. Representatives of the cultural and creative communities from 12 European countries come together in a joint effort to bring voices less…


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During European Lab‘s 10-year anniversary event, a SPHERA day organized with 10 European media and producers of content aimed at young people, and in partnership with Relais Culture Europe. One of the discussions, featuring Pascal Brunet (Relais Culture Europe), Gabriele Rosana (Culture Action Europe), and Élise Phamgia (Liveurope), focused on unpacking the new Creative Europe programme. Europe Creative is the framework…


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Three years on, the new Creative Europe programme is finally on the starting line, following the green light by the EU Institutions, with the first calls to be published in the upcoming weeks. On 19 May the programme was finally adopted following a vote by the European Parliament following a debate in the plenary. It was May 2018 when the proposal for…


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On Thursday 29 April 10.00-16.00 CET, the New European Bauhaus Collective (NEBC), where Culture Action Europe is part of, organised an online conference “Common Ground: Making the Renovation Wave a Cultural Project”. In the spirit of the New European Bauhaus (NEB), a newly-launched initiative of the European Commission aiming at bringing the Green Deal closer to the citizens, this conference…


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Culture Action Europe members in Sweden, led by Intercult, organised an online debate on 30 April 2021 around the Nordic Chapter of the #EuropeanCulturalDeal. The chapter is a result of the CAE Nordic Hub meeting that took place in January 2021.  A Cultural Deal for Europe, a transversal, overarching framework aiming to demonstrate the EU’s political commitment to place culture at the…


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On 29 April 2021, Culture Action Europe will take part in the “Cultural Politics and New Digital Solutions” conference. This online event aims at exploring civic tech tools to connect the creative, culture and arts sectors for a European public sphere. This event takes place in the context of “Europe takes part!”, a project by Das Progressive Zentrum in cooperation…

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