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#CallForKeynote – Creative Europe Desk Kultur is looking for a keynote speaker

On 8 October 2020, CED Kultur will host an online conference called “Looking Ahead – New Opportunities and Visions within EU Funding for Culture after Covid-19” and are looking for a keynote speaker.

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    #CallForKeynote © CEDKultur

The online conference will bring together experts from Europe and focus on the support measures during and after Covid-19 but also on the new programme cycle, especially focusing on Creative Europe, Horizon Europe and the European Structural Funds.

Creative Europe Desk Kultur is looking for a keynote which acknowledges the realities of today and the EU cultural policy but which is visionary enough to suggest a new direction. The keynote can refer to current discussions from the European CCS – such as Gender Equality, Green New Deal, Digitization, new MFF, New Agenda for Culture etc. – but this is not a must! Artistic input is welcomed. The keynote will be held in English and should not be longer than 15 minutes.

If you’re interested, simply apply for it by sending a short description of your personal background and sketch your idea for the keynote. The deadline is 6 September 2020.

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