How does European culture and youth funding work? What does the future of European funding look like? What ideological implications does European funding have on the projects themselves? What does EU want the culture and arts to look like in the future? Is it better to go for alternative ways of funding and private sponsors? What is crowd funding and what types of projects is it suited for?
We’ll try to find an answer for all of these questions during the European Culture and Youth Funding and its Alternatives panel on Sunday afternoon, January 27th at Fossée des Treize.
Panel moderation: Simone Fenoil, Head of European Projects, Scuola Holden (Italy), ex-president of NISI MASA
The guest speakers are:
– Georges Heck, Aurelie Reveillaud, Département Audiovisuel et Cinéma, Ville et Communauté urbaine de Strasbourg
– Aviva Silver, Head of Unit, MEDIA Programme, European Commission
– Christophe Taquard, Direction régionale de la jeunesse
– Marion Gravoulet, Aye Aye VO
13.30h – 15.30h at Fossée des Treize