The CreArt European Exhibition “Notes on tomorrow” will be presented in Kristiansand (Norway) this frida
The European Commission announced 1 March 2012, that the cultural cooperation project CreArt, coordinated by Valladolid and with the participation of 13 European cities and institutions, has been selected to receive EU funds for the next 5 years within the framework of the Culture Programme (2007-2013). The CreArt project will be initially developed for 5 years and has a total budget of 3.437.300 €.
Placing art and creativity at the centre of its activities, CreArt seeks to foster:
- artist mobility and the mobility of artworks
- the exchange of good practices in all areas surrounding the visual arts
- networking among art-related groups
- training programmes linked to art, artists and arts management
- dissemination programmes to make art accessible to the general public and specific groups
- analysing and publishing, on an on-going basis, the results of the Project and the rich knowledge derived from it
- creativity in industry and society at large.
- trans-European public-private partnerships, developing a sense of belonging to a common project: Europe.
We believe CreArt has the necessary ingredients to become a reference platform –physical and technological– for the European exchange of knowledge, ideas, innovation, and for the promotion of creativity.
Kaunas, Lithuania invites 4 artists from the CreArt Network to work for two months in Kaunas AiR
The Lithuanian city of Kaunas will present on 17 June the CreArt European Exhibition “
This CreArt workshop "The current work of curator.
In October through November we will be realizing the 2016 artist-in-residence project CreAir Kristiansand.
CreArt cities are finalizing the program of activities for the new edition of the EUROPEAN DAY OF ARTISTIC CREATI