Towards a sustainable cultural ecology
All professionals working in cultural organizations, institutions and spaces are invited to participate in the workshop “Towards a sustainable cultural ecology”, taking place at Lumbardhi in Prizren between 25-26 October 2019.
Through a two-day program of presentations, discussions and work sessions, “Towards a sustainable cultural ecology” is built under the premise of the sustainability of the cultural ecology, and it will focus on the relation between mission-based practice, collaboration, and financial sustainability, enabling the sharing of practices and collective learning among diverse actors of the scene. The workshop is a learning venture not based on tips or a transmission of standardized donor language, but rather is a proposal for collaboration based on mission and program, where new patterns and strategic actions are identified, while discussing new modes of evaluation of work and fluid forms of collaboration towards the improvement of the infrastructure for the independent scene.
The workshop is loosely shaped around three themes:
- Culture, Civil Society and Public-Mindedness
- Re-thinking Finance
- How to work together?
The detailed agenda will be unveiled to participants upon registration. Expenses related to travel, accommodation, as well as food and refreshments, will be covered by the hosts.
To apply click on this link.
“Towards a sustainable cultural ecology” is organised in the framework of “Cultural Spaces of Kosovo” a project based on the cooperation of cultural organisations and informal local networks spanning over the last 6 years in Kosovo. The project builds over the experience of organisations in civic activism, usage of public space, leading participatory policy-making processes and working in multi-stakeholder formats.
Made possible with the financial support of the European Union, the project ‘Cultural Spaces of Kosova’ is implemented by Anibar, Lumbardhi, 7Arte, and Pogon. The content of the program is the sole responsibility of Lumbardhi and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union.