A showcase of the funded CMA projects + public lectures on cultural management
P R O J E C T S • S H O W C A S E
: 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 and throughout the years it has developed into an international program run by the Goethe-Institut.
The local seminar in Bucharest is organized with the help of our partners: Colectiv A Cluj, EUNIC Romania and Facultatea de Stiinte Politice a Universitatii din Bucuresti (FSPUB)
The network of the CMA already includes almost 200 cultural managers.
_CMA Project Fund:
Established in 2017 as continuation of the capacity building process of the CMA, its aim is to provide participants with more space to develop new ideas and collaborate with other managers from their countries and others in the region. To make this a reality, Goethe-Institut has offered annual grants for participants' projects.
We are happy to share with you a selection of showcased projects realized by the Alumni of the CMA!
1st - 9th of April
at Pavilion 32 | Goethe-Institut | Calea Dorobanți 32 and online via Streaming on the Facebook Pages of Cultural Management Academy Bucharest and Goethe-Institut Bucharest
We invite you to discover discover a variety of projects - from exhibitions to case studies and residencies:We invite you to discover discover a variety of projects - from exhibitions to case studies and residencies:
_Exhibitins @Pavilion 32
Showcased projects at the exhibition:
▸ Balkanville: AR digital exhibition of architectural and urban elements from the Balkan
▸ WARP: Digital Media and AR meet Poetry
▸ Queer Museum Bucharest
▸ Performing Identity: The Balkan Aromanians
Opening day: 18:00 - 21:00
Mo, Wed, Thu: 16:00 - 20:00
Tue, Fr: 16:00 – 18:00
Sat: 15:00 - 18:00
_Workshops @Online/ Pavilion 32
▸ Make your own Instagram Art
by Digital Transfer: 3. April, 12:00 - 14:00 @Pavilion 32
▸ 5 Performative Solutions for Social Change
by Building Ecostructures: 8. April, 19:00 - 20:00, @Zoom
▸ Approaching Young Audiences in the Digital Age
: 2. April, 19:00 - 20:00 @Facebook Live
▸ Showcasing Minority Heritage
: 6. April, 19:00 - 20:00 @Facebook Live
▸ Rethinking Formats: Residencies
: 9. April, 18:00 - 19:00 @Facebook Live
Projects presented during the talks:
▸ Balkan Youth at Film Fests: a study that aims to identify and analyse the strategies being used and the activities being proposed by major International Film Festivals in the Balkan region in order to approach young audiences
▸ Cultural Managers’ Re-Creation Camp: Remedy against Burnout
▸ Off Season: a residency programme that invites contemporary artists to live and work at the seaside