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EuroPA - European Public Art

EuroPA develops through joint hands-on workshops new spaces for experimentation, innovation in the cultural and creative sector. The trans-national mobility of artists and early stage researchers will enable them to actively compare their vision, approach and work, while working towards a shared ambition: to reflect, compare, debate and envision the very concrete future of these cities. The concrete images, projects and interventions that will be the tactile outcome of the project cultural dialogue will in turn allow and stimulate a wider debate between urban active citizenship and policymakers. It is the dialogue between different European visual arts and architectural cultures that can lead to a fruitful exchange between policy makers and concerned populations, which is at the heart of this partnership and proposed cultural action. This dialogue will allow the participants to both understand and build a European culture as the context of possible future collaboration. The building and circulation of new creative works benefit many European audiences. We will offer them new perspectives that challenge both the individual and collective mind to understand and live the complexity, and multipli[city] of our contemporary urbanity offering insights and scenarios to access to a more diverse and rich cultural/urban landscapes.The envisaged transnational mobility of architects, artists and related cultural professionals is of major importance in helping to make a common "European cultural area" a reality, and to bring about cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue. Artists and cultural professionals working in EuroPA will travel beyond borders to extend their scope of activities and meet new audiences, to find new and inspiring sources to make their creations evolve, to exchange experiences and learn from each other with a view to developing their careers. EuroPA promotes the mobility of artists, architects and cultural practitioners – that are essential for the flourishing of European Cultural Creative Industries. EuroPA contributes significantly to their professional skills and/or artistic development, developing their own research and exploration ambitions, opening up new market opportunities and enhancing their career possibilities in particular through their participation in workshops, international exhibitions or events organized by EuroPA by opening up new market opportunities. EuroPA offers opportunities for learning, developing of creative skills while broadening the understanding of the arts result from community involvement. EuroPA promotes the education, training and transfer of knowledge to young artists, architects, cultural practitioners and professionals. This is essential for the flourishing of European Cultural Creative Industries. EuroPA impacts significantly on artistic professional skills and/or artistic developing artists own researchand exploration ambitions, opening up new cultural opportunities and enhancing their career possibilitiesin particular through their participation in workshops, international exhibitions or events organized by EuroPA by opening up new market opportunities. EuroPA wides the offer of opportunities for young artists, designers, planners and architects of learning and developing of creative skills while broadening the understanding of the public space needs resulting from community involvement and investigation.

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Events:

EU-PA, Kick off meeting, Jesolo, Italy, 14–15 October 2011
EU-PA, Mapping in Maribor, Slovenia, 1–6 February 2012
EU-PA, Urban intervention, Maribor, Slovenia, 28 June 2012
EU-PA conference Unlocking, London, UK, June 29, 2012
EU-PA, Mapping, Jesolo, Italy, July 2–6, 2012
EU-PA, Exhibition I FEEL CITY! , Maribor, Slovenija, 21. 5. 2013
EU-PA International Conference on How to Transform Degraded Urban Space?, Maribor, Slovenia, 22. 5. 2013

Sections


KIBLA PORTAL

Kibela, space for art

artKIT

Informal education

Accompanying art program

Coproductions

KiBar: cybernetic bar

Za:misel bookstore

TOX

folio

Festivals


KIBLIX

MED

Love festival

Days of Curiosity

(DA)(NE)S

Projects, Coproduction and International Cooperation


Current Projects

Past Projects
  - Projekt Mobilne igre v mladinskem delu – mGames
  - VETLICAT
  - eCultSkills
  - ECultValue
  - Soft Control
  - European Capital of Culture
  - Program Kultura
    - Materiality
    - CARAVAN
    - EuroPA
    - Robots and avatars
    - X-OP
    - Hallerstein eng
    - Post Me_New ID
  - Culture 2000
  - Youth in action
  - IPA SI-HR 2007–2013
  - European Multimedia Forum
  - e-Contentplus Programme
  - Leonardo da Vinci
  - Lektor
  - Interreg: INDU.PIK
  - Europrix Top Talent Award
  - EMMA
  - Slovenian coproductions and cooperations

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