5 REASONS TO GO ON STUDY TOUR TO POLAND
New business contacts
The programme’s main goal is to kick-start a series of long-term partnerships between the active cultural and creative industries organisations in Poland and the EaP countries. The following are eligible to apply for this study tour: state cultural institutions, private and commercial culture organisations, civil society organisations and NGOs working in the cultural and creative industries.
The tour will give the opportunity to study and collaborate with pre-selected Polish counterparts. These include: Workshops of Culture (Lublin), Stefan Jaracz Theatre (Olsztyn), C. K. Norwid Culture Centre (Krakow), Bolt Records (Krakow), City Culture Institute (Gdansk) and Art Inkubator (Lodz).
A unique format
The tour programme is divided into various subsections and partnership activities will include mutual capacity building, peer-learning activities and thematic conferences.
Wroclaw — European Capital of Culture 2016
The European Capital of Culture 2016 Wroclaw will be the centre of the study tour. Wroclaw is one of Poland’s biggest and oldest cultural centres. It positions itself as a city of meetings of different nationalities and faiths, ideas and cultures, histories and traditions. Take the opportunity to spend an extraordinary and unforgettable spring here!
You won’t have to pay for anything; the Culture and Creativity will cover all costs of the study tour.
How to Apply
Interested applicants can apply electronically by downloading the application form on the European Union-Eastern Partnership Culture and Creativity Programme website and Facebook page.
Deadline: 7th December 2015