CULTURAL MANAGEMENT ACADEMY 2019
Culture and arts in transition: the digital era
The Goethe-Institutes in Sofia, Bucharest, Thessaloniki and Sarajevo are pleased to announce an open call for participation in the Cultural Management Academy 2019. The CMA this year is dedicated to the topic „Culture and arts in transition: the digital era“ and will explore new technologies and their impact and use in the management of cultural institutions and cultural projects. The Academy offers participation in the CMA Network Meeting & Idea Camp taking place in July in Plovdiv - European Capital of Culture, and in an intensive one-week seminar, taking place in autumn 2019 in the country of origin/residence of participants. In order to support the capacity building process, the CMA offers possibilities for start-up funding of new collaborative projects through the CMA Fund.
About the CMA
The Cultural Management Academy is a post-graduate program for cultural management aiming at capacity building and stimulating exchange and collaboration in the Balkans and South-Eastern Europe. It was founded in 2015 in Sofia and throughout the years it has developed into an international program run by the Goethe-Institutes in Sofia, Bucharest, Thessaloniki and Sarajevo. The network of the CMA already includes almost 200 cultural managers from Bulgaria, Romania, Moldova, Greece, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Every year the CMA offers intensive local seminars (including lectures, workshops and trainings with local and international professionals), a networking meeting of all current participants in Bulgaria, funding possibilities for new projects and various other networking and collaboration opportunities.
Partners: EUNIC Global Office, local EUNIC clusters in Bulgaria, Romania, Greece and Bosnia and Herzegovina, the City of Sofia, Sofia Development Associaton, Plovdiv - European Capital of Culture 2019, Colectiv A Association, University of Bucharest.
More information here.