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Creative Europe Festival Networking and Roundtable in Edinburgh
Wed 24 August 2016, 18:00 – 20:00 BST
Collaborative Europe: How and why we make it happen
Join us at the heart of the Edinburgh festivals in August for a European networking evening and short roundtable.
Creative Europe Desk UK and guest speakers will examine how and why we work across borders.
Get insights and top tips from speakers who are experienced in delivering European and international projects, and then continue the conversation over a glass of wine and nibbles.
Chaired by Leonie Bell, Director of Arts and Engagement at Creative Scotland, the panel includes:
- Fiona Ferguson, Creative Development Director at Imaginate, lead partner on PUSH, a Creative Europe-supported Cooperation Project, and a partner on Fresh Tracks Europe, a project supported by the previous Culture Sub-programme
- Judith Knight, Director at Artsadmin, partner in Cooperation Project Imagine 2020
- Una Nic Eoin, Executive Producer, Prime Cut Productions, partner in Cooperation Project EU Collective Plays
- Nuno Sacremento, Director of Scottish Sculpture Workshop, a partner in a Culture Programme-supported project Frontiers in Retreat
PLEASE NOTE: - This event is free to organisations in the creative and cultural sectors. However spaces are limited. If you are unable to attend, please let us know in advance and we will reallocate your ticket.
- If you are booking on behalf of a colleague please include their details as duplications may be removed.
About Creative Europe Culture funding
Creative Europe's Culture sub-programme supports cooperation and exchange between arts, culture and heritage organisations across different European countries. This funding programme supports a diverse range of creative and cultural projects across arts forms such as visual arts, dance, theatre, literature, performance, music, heritage, architecture, design, circus, festivals, craft, fashion, arts networks, social enterprises, and those who work in the wider creative and cultural industries. There is also funding for publishers for literary translation.
About Creative Europe Desk UK
Creative Europe Desk UKis in partnership with with Arts Council England, Creative Scotland and Welsh Government, with support from the UK Department for Culture, Media and Sport and the European Commission.