Strategic group meeting and Learning Teaching Training programme organized in Stockholm as part of the project CURATING in CONTEXT

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DOCH – Stockholm University of the Arts, one of the partners of CURATING in CONTEXT project, in the period between 17 and 20 February 2020 in Stockholm organised and hosted two project activities Strategic group meeting and Learning Teaching Training programme.

17 and 18 February were dedicated to the meeting of the strategic group (Transnational project meeting activity), which is responsible for the overall programme and financial coordination of the project. Members of strategic group discussed the procedures of work, organisation, reporting and evaluation of the planed activates, models of communication among the partners and with the collaborators, audience and the media, and development of the plan and time frame of the following activities in the year 2020. The strategic grope was represented by Biljana Tanurovska – Kjulavkovski and Violeta Kachakova (Lokomotiva – Skopje), Goran Sergej Pristas and Tena Bosnjakovic (The Academy of Dramatic Art – Zagreb); Zoé Duflot and Gisela Müller (Tanzfabrik- Berlin) and Christofer Fredriksson, Kristine Slettevold and Martin Sonderkamp (DOCH – Stockholm). Read More

CURATING IN CONTEXT::: Lokomotiva- Skopje, organised the first activities of the project ”Curating in Context”, supported by the Erasmus +, EU programme for education, training, youth and sport

From 17th till 21nd November in Kino Kultura- project_ space for contemporary performing arts and culture in Skopje, Lokomotiva organised two activities in the framework of the project “Curating in Context”.

The aim of the “Curating in Context” project is to develop curatorial training with a strong focus on social impact through the involvement of local, regional and international actors, targeting individuals as well as cultural and civic organisations. The project intends to create further education for cultural workers and citizens through strategies derived from performing arts and curatorial practice. Through methods of mutual pollination of know-how and best practices from the performing arts and the civil sector the ‘’Curating in Context’’ project also aims to collate the impact of both cultural and civil sector on society. Read More