Seminar: EU-Projects and impact of international cooperation

In this seminar, The Development Platform will, together with Assitej Denmark, focus on international projects, the funding opportunity, how to apply, do’s and dont’s, and not at least how to make an international project work to the best for the development in your organisation.

We are tapping into Assitej Denmarks extensive network and are joined by three international speakers with extensive experience with EU and international projects. They are; Yannick Boudeau, External Expert and lead expert, The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA), Belgium; Roberto Frabetti, Artistic Director of ”Visioni di futuro, di visioni di Teatro, which is an International festival of theatre and culture for early childhood, and finally Yvette Hardie, President of Assitej.

Those attending the seminar will get first hand knowledge of the potential benefits of being part of an international project, as well as concrete tips of how to build up the necessary networks to prepare for a partnership application.

Being part of an international project with international funding like Creative Europe (CE) has many advantages. Notwithstanding the alternative revenue stream inherent in such programmes due to the fact that a considerable amount of funding for the arts in Europe is channelled through them, there is the more important opportunity to develop collaborations with exciting international partners. The development potential in international collaboration is huge and witnessed by countless statements by satisfied European partners.

 

FREE ADMISSION. Registration necessary. REGISTER HERE
Deadline Monday Oktober 1.

 

Programme

 

13:00 Welcome

13:15 – 15:00 Section one: EU Projects

How is your EU application evaluated and what are the do’s and don’ts.
Yannick Boudeau (Belgium), lead expert of Creative Europe shares his inside knowledge of the methodology of the evaluation process.

(short break from 14:00 -14:15)

How do you design and lead successful EU-projects? Roberto Frabetti (Italy), project manager of five consecutive EU project shares his extensive experiences of large scale international projects on the basis of his work in performing arts for early years.

15.00 – 15.15 Break

15:15 – 15:45 Section two: Impact of international projects

How do you make a difference and sustainable impact with international projects? Keynote and discussion.

Yvette Hardie will start the conversation by sharing the vision, the strategy and the preliminary results of Cradle of Creativity 19th ASSITEJ World Congress held in Cape Town, May 2017.

15:45 – 16:30 Discussion

 

Speakers

 

Yannick Boudeau

  • External expert and lead expert EACEA, Creative Europe Programme.
  • CO-founder and president of ASSITEJ Belgium (International Association of Theatre for Young Audiences).
  • General Manager, Companie de la Casquette, Theatre for Young Audiences, Brussels, Belgium.

 

Roberto Frabetti

  • Project Manager of five European Commission and Creative Europe founded projects. Currently the large scale project “Mapping. A Map on the aesthetics of performing arts for early years 2018-2022.
  • Director, author, actor, workshop leader La Baracca-Testoni Ragazzi of Bologna.
  • Artistic Director of “Visioni di futuro, visioni di Teatro… – International festival of theatre and culture for early childhood”
  • Co-founder of Small Size Network, performing arts for early years.
  • Member of the Executive Committee of ASSITEJ.

 

Yvette Hardie

  • National Director of ASSITEJ South Africa.
  • Festival director of Cradle of Creativity 19th ASSITEJ World Congress 2017.
  • President of ASSITEJ.


FREE ADMISSION.
Registration necessary. REGISTER HERE
Deadline Monday Oktober 1.

 

LOCATION: The Development Platform for Performing Arts, Copenhagen

 

The Development Platform for Performing Arts in cooperation with ASSITEJ Denmark (International Association of Theatre for Young Audiences).