Ábel Petneki from Budapest Music Center describes how the organization managed to carry out a very demanding artistic direction while maintaining a business model. How they managed to go through the Covid-19 crisis and continue to encourage artistic creativity, is one of the topics of this interview.
How can we help young musicians and project leaders in the development of their projects ? The Périscope and Footprints are trying to create a connection between professionals and the young generation of artists as well as the European network in order to share valuable skills and knowledge for future artistic scenes. Garance Amieux tells us more about training workshops and mentoring programs to ensure economic and ecological sustainability of our scenes.
Antoine Bos introduces us to the AJC network. A long time collaboration between french clubs and organizations that promote adventurous music and emergent artists across the wide variety of french territories, from busy urban cities to rural isolated areas. Built from long time partnership and expertise, AJC is willing to make artistic circulation a source of professionalization for artists as well as better social interactions between audiences.
Co-financed by the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage from funds of the Culture Promotion Fund within the Creative Sectors Programme 2022