Important dates for the coming year.
October 2019 (date TBC): Zoom meeting for ENCC regional and national networks. A time to work together and exchange, and to discuss the ENCC's calendar and projects for the upcoming year.
4 October 2019: ABBA (Audiences Blending by Arts) Final Conference, Brussels, Belgium. The ENCC is a partner in this European project that looks at arts and inclusion through the prism of a bilingual theatre form for both deaf and hearing audience. The meeting will kick off with a policy debate on arts and inclusion, followed by a presentation and discussion of the results of the project and of possible further developments. Free on registration. Read more.
23-26 October 2019: Sub-meeting of the ENCC Working group on Territorial Development, Konstanz/Kreuzlingen in Culture Action Europe's Beyond the Obvious conference, Culture Crops, (Swiss/German border). Open to all. Read more about the working group.
Early December 2019: opening of yearly call for applications for BECC staff exchange/training
Our flagship, fully-funded mobility and training programme for cultural operators under 35. Open to members as well as non-members.
January/February 2020: Advocacy meeting on Territorial Development & Rural culture, Brussels, Belgium. In partnership with Culture Action Europe.
March 2020: BECC kickoff Seminar, Turin, Italy, hosted by Rete delle Case del Quartier. Topic is 'Programming for Hyperdiverse Audiences'. Only for selected fellows.
4-7 June 2020: Summit of European cultural centres +ENCC General Assembly + ENCC Board elections, Ebeltoft, Denmark. This meeting is organised in partnership with Trans Europe Halles network. The meeting will bring together ENCC and TEH cultural centres. The topic is “Cultural Centres' Impact”; we’ll look at how to measure impact on audiences, communities & the environment, and what impact cultural organisations have on their own staff & collaborators in terms of working conditions, diversity & inclusion. Also an opportunity to meet different-sized and differently-structured cultural centres, and potential partners. Open to all.