On February 13th, 14:00 CET / 15:00 Kyiv time, IZOLYATSIA invites representatives of cultural organisations from Creative Europe countries to visit the online presentation of the ZMINA: Rebuilding international cooperation program in English. After the presentation, event participants will be able to ask questions via voice or text.
ZMINA: Rebuilding is a program to support international cooperation projects between two or more organisations from Creative Europe participating countries, including one partner from Ukraine. The program aims to develop and showcase projects depicting conversion from wartime to post-war reconstruction in Ukraine, building new visions of the future, demonstrating wartime resilience, and creating conversations, expertise, and knowledge about post-war rebuilding and recovery. The maximum grant amount per project is €60,000.
Selected program participants have to present works that facilitate, promote, or mediate public discourse on "rebuilding": identities, social norms, communities, professional skills, relationships, shared visions, and infrastructure.
This international cooperation should increase the visibility of Ukrainian artists and cultural production in other Creative European countries and heighten the profile and knowledge of Ukrainian cultural and creative organisations in other countries while bringing new shared perspectives to the Ukrainian and European cultural and creative sectors.
During the presentation event, potential applicants will learn details about the program’s focuses and priorities and learn more about the application process and requirements.
To join the event, please register via the following form, and you will receive a link to the ZOOM meeting and a reminder on the day before the meeting.
ZMINA: Rebuilding is a project co-funded by the European Union under a dedicated call for proposals to support Ukrainian displaced people and the Ukrainian Cultural and Creative Sectors. The project is a cooperation between IZOLYATSIA (UA), Trans Europe Halles (SE), and Malý Berlín (SK).