Fri 18 Jan | De Oosterpoort, Mid 5 | 16:00 - 17:00
Presented by: Creative Europe Desks

Meet the Creative Europe Desks

Eva Zakova Creative Europe Desk (CZ), Magdalena Mullerova Creative Europe Desk (CZ), Marc Rettel Creative Europe Desk (LU), Max Godefroid Creative Europe Desk (BE), Maxime Zeef Creative Europe Desk (NL), Natalia Urblikova Creative Europe Desk (SK), Zuzana Duchova Creative Europe Desk (SK)

Policy

Invitation Only

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This speed meeting session will be the opportunity for music professionals to meet with the Creative Europe Desks from several countries and former Creative Europe beneficiaries. Join us to get more information about the funding opportunities of the Creative Europe programme and the new Music Moves Europe initiatives of the European Commission! Attending Creative Europe Desks are: Luxembourg, Belgium, Slovakia, Czech Republic and the Netherlands.

Please register beforehand via this link.

Speakers

  • Eva Zakova Creative Europe Desk (CZ)

  • Magdalena Mullerova

    Magdalena Mullerova Creative Europe Desk (CZ)

    Works in the European programme Creative Europe since 2009. She graduated from the Metropolitan University Prague, and after a brief assignment as a PR and fundraiser at MeetFactory international centre for contemporary art in Prague, she arrived at the Czech Cultural Contact Point promoting the EU Culture Programme within the Arts and Theatre Institute. Co-author of publications regarding issues of audience development and European cultural policy.

  • Marc Rettel

    Marc Rettel Creative Europe Desk (LU)

    Marc Rettel is the Luxembourg contact point for the Culture sub-programme of Creative Europe, the European Commission’s funding programme for the creative, cultural and audiovisual industries. After a PhD in Literature and Linguistics he presented broadcasts on arts and culture on public radio 100.7. After his music and drama training at the Conservatory of Luxembourg, he worked as a voice actor and as a director and dramatic advisor for theatre productions. Since 2017, he is project manager at the Agence luxembourgeoise d’action culturelle where he is in charge of the Creative Europe Culture desk.

  • Max Godefroid

    Max Godefroid Creative Europe Desk (BE)

    Max Godefroid is the head of the Creative Europe Desk in Belgium (Wallonia-Brussels federation). After a Master's degree in Digital publishing and Journalism from the City University, UK, he started to work for the Mundaneum exhibition's Center in Mons. Then, after 5 years developing and managing national and European cultural web portals (INTERREG projects), he became advisor in cultural policy for the Minister of Culture. Since 2015, he is in charge of the Creative Europe Culture sub-programme.

  • Maxime Zeef

    Maxime Zeef Creative Europe Desk (NL)

    Maxime Zeef is advisor for Creative Europe - Culture for the last 3 years. The Creative Europe Desk is hosted by DutchCulture, centre for international cooperation and based in Amsterdam. There she was also active as process coordinator in the international cultural policy field regarding the United States and United Kingdom and advises cultural organisations on a daily basis.

  • Natalia Urblikova Creative Europe Desk (SK)

  • Zuzana Duchova

    Zuzana Duchova Creative Europe Desk (SK)

    Curator and cultural manager who has worked for the Creative Europe Desk since 2008. Her areas of interest are site-specific art, national stereotypes, urban life, tourism and visual studies.

    Duchová holds a PhD in urban planning from the Slovak Technical University, Bratislava. She worked as external lecturer at the TBU Zlín and STU Bratislava. In addition to the theoretical investigation of the cultural life in cities, she co-organised a number of events at the intersection of art, architecture, creative tourism (Urban Re/Creation, Urban Reset). Duchová edited two books about contemporary culture of Bratislava: BA! U-fu-turistický sprejvodca Bratislavou and BA!! Miesta živej kultúry, 1989-2016. She has published widely about contemporary culture.