The value of Cultural Relations in societies in transition

How effective are cultural relations? Can their value be measured? How can they best support sustainable change in societies under pressure? Following a research project commissioned by the British Council and the Goethe-Institut, the joint report “Culture in an age of uncertainty: the value of cultural relations in societies in transition” aims to give a The value of Cultural Relations in societies in transition

EU-Japan cultural relations: Writing Residency in Okinawa

European authors to discover and write in Okinawa Following their participation to the European Literature Festival in Tokyo last 22-25 November, the 4 European Union Prize for Literature (EUPL) winning authors are on to a week residency programme in Naha, Okinawa. This residency programme is organised in collaboration with CRICAO organisation through their Collab Quarter project and Creative Europe. From 26 November EU-Japan cultural relations: Writing Residency in Okinawa

23-25/11/2018 four European authors at European Literature Festival in Tokyo

Bringing European literature closer to the Japanese public Based on the success of the pilot event in 2017, the European Literature Festival in Tokyo returns for a second edition, from 23 November to 25 November. As in the previous year, writers and translators from a wide range of European countries join experts from Japan to 23-25/11/2018 four European authors at European Literature Festival in Tokyo

Tiago Prata, GCLP 2018

Tiago Prata Tiago Prata has been a cultural manager, producer and journalist since 2009. Now based in Gothenburg (Sweden), he has a BA in Communication and MA in Cultural Management, plus a European Diploma in Cultural Management. Experienced in online and print media, as well as production in performing, visual and socially engaged arts. Currently in Tiago Prata, GCLP 2018

Simon Gmajner, GCLP 2018

©Manette Ingenegeren ©Teferi Mekonen Simon’s background lies in International Relations but has been working in the cultural field for the past 10 years, mostly as a project developer and producer at Kersnikova Institute for Culture, Arts and Education. He develops and manages international projects in the field of “contemporary investigative art”, more specifically in area Simon Gmajner, GCLP 2018

Donna Marie O’Donovan, GCLP 2018

Donna Marie O’Donovan Donna Marie O’Donovan is a Dutch-Irish cultural manager based in Dublin, Ireland. Throughout her career, she has worked across a range of major cultural institutions and projects, establishing a focus on the development of collaborative and shared-value partnerships. Her work has spanned a broad multidisciplinary spectrum that includes theatre, design, visual arts, Donna Marie O’Donovan, GCLP 2018

Daniella Huszár, GCLP 2018

Daniella Huszár Daniella Huszár is a cultural manager, currently involved in the management of the project space of the Hungarian Contemporary Architecture Centre, a public benefit foundation, established in 2006. It is an independent professional organisation that aims to open new perspectives in architectural and urban thinking in Hungary through events, research and advocacy. As Daniella Huszár, GCLP 2018

Aris Papadopoulos, GCLP 2018

Aris Papadopoulos Aris Papadopoulos is the CEO at LATRA, an applied-innovation agency specializing on mobilizing the Creative Industries at the frontlines of global humanitarian and environmental challenges. Responding to the world’s currently largest humanitarian crisis, in 2015 LATRA established an applied-innovation research hub inside a refugee camp in Lesvos-Greece, specializing in sustainable development, cultural diplomacy, creative entrepreneurship Aris Papadopoulos, GCLP 2018