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A week of workshops and common reflection on the theme â€˜Creative Strategies of Sustainability for artistic and cultural centres in Europeâ€™ is organised in Berlin, Germany, in September 2013, to give cultural workers new inspiration concerning how to build and manage more sustainable cultural centres.
9â€“14 September 2013
â€˜Creative Strategies of Sustainabilityâ€™ is a week of debate and action around the themeÂ Culture and sustainability, and more specifically on theÂ Creative strategies of sustainability for artistic and cultural centres in Europe.
ufaFabrik in Berlin has always been engaged on the path of sustainability and green energies. In September 2013, they organise for the second time this week-long programme for cultural operators, which proposes a common reflection and a time of intense experiences sharing around the potential â€œcreative strategies of sustainabilityâ€ that the participants might initiate for their own centres.
Composed by six full days of activities including workshops, lectures, exploring sustainable places and projects in Berlin, initiation about straw bale building, artistic expression, social interaction and more, it will be a unique opportunity for exchange, discussion and discovery of some practical examples of existing practices.
The seminar 2013 will be a mixture out of the â€œBest of 2012â€ programme and new challenging inputs and actions. A limited number of people who joined the seminar 2012 are welcome.
The number of participants is limited to 20 people. For the participants all travel and accommodation costs will be covered. There might be a small fee for food (related to the financial standards in your home country) and extra costs (upgraded hotel standard).
If you are interested, you can send an email toÂ firstname.lastname@example.orgÂ or fill in theÂ application formand send it by theÂ latest of 28 May 2013.
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