Some of the questions that will be explored are how projects: Contribute to promoting the EU's cultural and linguistic diversity and heritage, Increase the circulation of works within Europe and beyond, Promote Europeans' access to heritage and European cultural works, and Strengthen the development and professionalization of the sector, innovative experimentation and improving its capacity to operate in an international context.
Target audience: Cultural operators, both project promoters and those involved in dialogue with the European institutions; Policy-makers in the cultural field and other fields in which we wish to raise the profile of the contribution of culture; Journalists, essentially specialised in the cultural field, although not necessarily exclusively so.
Programme information: The conference will start mid-day 15 February with an exciting mix of invited projects presented in plenary and in an accompanying exhibition, and end with lunch the following day. Stakeholders are invited to discuss how a future Culture Programme could be further optimised to help the cultural sector to achieve the aims as set out in the EU-2020 strategy in the afternoon 16 February.
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Read more about the invited projects: Projects supported by the Culture Programme Projects supported by the Pilot Project for Artist Mobility Projects supported by other EU programmes