Open call for applications
(deadline: 15 March 2016)
Dear colleagues, dear friends,Â We are very happy to announce that the firstÂ International Intensive Summer CourseÂ on
Sustainable Cultural ManagementÂ
will take place in Thessaloniki, GreeceÂ from 6 to 10 June 2016
This intensive course is designed to share the environmental best practice identified by and for the performing arts and to exploreÂ what actions can be taken to become more ecological in the way we govern cultural organisations, manage buildings, create and tour productions, collaborate with partners, and engage with audiences.
Experts from across Europe and the world will share their experience and best practice, and participants will come away with new skills and perspectives to manage their work effectively in the context of environmental sustainability and climate change.
The course is organised byÂ Â mitos21Â the network representing some of the most influential national theatres and theatre institutions in EuropeÂ (http://www.mitos21.com),Â Julie’s BicycleÂ the UK based, leading global charity, bridging the gap between environmental sustainability and the creative industriesÂ (http://www.juliesbicycle.com),Â and theÂ Aristotle University of ThessalonikiÂ (School of Mechanical Engineering)
For more information and in order to apply, please visit our website:Â www.scmcourse.com
If you wish to contact the organisers:Â email@example.com
Heinrich Boell Stiftung Greece, Goethe Institut Thessaloniki, Center for Sustainable Practice in the Arts – USA, Â Laznia Nowa Theatre – Krakow, Thessaloniki Concert Hall