Biljana Tanurovska Kjulavkovski and Violeta Kachakova in Rotterdam attended the partners meeting of ACT: Art, Climate, Transition project

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The second meeting of the project partners of European project ACT: Art, Climate, Transition – European was held in Rotterdam on the 10 and 11 February.

The meeting was organised and hosted by Rotherham Theatre with participation of other project partners representatives: Art Admin/London, Bunker/Ljubljana, Culturgest/Lisbon, Kaai Theater/Brussels, COAL/Paris, Domino/Zagreb, Kampnagel/Hamburg, NTIL/Riga, Rotterdam Theatre/Rotterdam and Lokomotiva /Skopje.

During the meeting partners discussed and planed the programme activities for the year 2020 including artistic co-productions, collection Europe, Relay lectures series, Summerlabs series and spaces and means. They also reflect on the possibilities of learning to impact programme and how to be connected with the other project activities as well as the protocol of communication and promotion of the project activities though the project web site and other social and print media. Additionally, partners planed their participation and promotion of ACT activities in the frame of „agenda 2020: VIVANT2020  – World Nature Conservation Congress” organized by IUCN – International Union for Conservation of Nature, this year in June in Marseille, where in the same period, the third meeting of the project partners will be held. Read More

Lokomotiva- Center for New Initiatives in arts and culture, Skopje is organizing the first meeting of the European cooperation project named ACT: Art, Climate, Transition (ACT)

On 4th and 5th November, Lokomotiva- Center for New Initiatives in arts and culture, Skopje is organizing the first meeting of the European cooperation project named ACT: Art, Climate, Transition (ACT).

The main goal of this project is age of climate breakdown, mass extinction and unprecedented loss of biodiversity.

ACT is a European cooperation project aiming in bringing together arts, ecology and climate change, but also focus which must find a connection to the interlinked issues of inequality, climate justice and urban ecologies Read More