A new European Strategic Innovation Agenda opens up towards culture and creative industries sector

The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) welcomes the political agreement reached between the European Parliament and EU Member States on its legal basis and its new Strategic Innovation Agenda 2021 – 2027. The EIT’s new strategy presents the creation of a new EIT … Read More

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Cultural Accelerator: Capacity building through sharing & learning

Cultural Accelerator (CA) is a capacity building program for artists and cultural workers across and beyond Europe. The Programme is designed to provide participants with practical tools to make their projects and organisations successful and resilient. Cultural Accelerator will consist … Read More

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NATFA Participates in Jerusalema Dande Challenge!

There are no times when it is easy to create art. However, The students and staff of the National Academy of Theatre and Film Arts, Sofia have proven that there are no times that could stop us to share and … Read More

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Critical Success Factors: A Shortlist for Artists

“Critical success factors” (CSF) is a pretty simple concept, even if it might sound complicated. These are the important elements in limited number of areas that lead to satisfactory results and ensure successful competitive performance. It could be for an … Read More

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Online Teaching can be Less Frustrating and More Fun!

Online teaching and learning is a new challenge for all of us in schools, universities and training centers. Both teachers and students need to be adaptable and to learn new skills to make the process efficient. When you do it … Read More

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Educational Process in the Spring of 2020: Blossoming or Glooming?

Educational sector passes through a sudden, drastic, and irreversible change, bringing the whole educational process into uncertainty and danger, and at the same time – into a new era of rapid implementation of educational innovations and learning solutions. Schools in … Read More

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Managing the Arts in the Time of an Invisible Monster

We live in a critical time of global crisis, fear, uncertainty in all areas: healthcare, financial markets, tourism, entertainment business, arts, culture. Time where ONE virus, an “invisible monster” is trying to take over our Planet, changing the way we … Read More

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Call for Donation of Publications in the Field of Arts Management

The upgraded Master Program in Management of Performing Arts and Industries at the National Academy of Theatre and Film Arts (NATFA), Sofia, Bulgaria has undertaken an initiative to establish Resource Center in Arts Management at the Library of the Academy. … Read More

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Reinforcing Public and Private Partnerships for Georgia’s Creative Cluster Ecosystem

Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, determined to be a leading creative city in the Caucuses The face of Tbilisi is rapidly changing. With art venues, co-working spaces and museums lining the streets, festivals and fashion week filling the calendar, and … Read More

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Uniqueness and Shared Values in Teaching Arts Management at Sibelius Academy: A snapshot Interview with Dr. Violeta Simjanovska

Dr. Violeta Simjanovska is a prominent scholar and an active cultural manager. She holds a Bachelor degree from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and she also has education in the field of music. Her PhD is in the field of Cultural … Read More

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