Shared Cities Ideas Yard: European support of cultural projects

17|04|2019, PRAGUE: Photo-Reportage

Sven Skoric speaking

Photos from our event Shared Cities Ideas Yard: European support of cultural projects that took place on April 17, 2019 in Prague.

 

Stefanie Heublein (Goethe-Institut Prague) of Shared Cities: Creative Momentum and Magdalena Müllerová and Eva Žáková (Creative Europe Desk Prague) welcoming the participants.

Stefanie Heublein, Magdalena Müllerová and Eva Žáková

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In cooperation with the Creative Europe Desk Prague and other guests we shared experiences in the implementation of European projects.

Creative Europe presentation

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Sven Skoric  (Goethe-Institut Brussels) was providing the audience with tips and tricks on how to write a successful grant application.

Sven Skoric of GI Brussels

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The presentations were open for comments and questions.

Discussion

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In between and at the end of the presentations there was time for networking while enjoying some food and drinks.

Break + networking

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This event took place in the Goethe-Institut Prague as part of the Shared Cities Ideas Yards event series. We invite inspirational experts to present new approaches in sharing of knowledge, experience and data, in community engagement and the use of cutting-edge technology to improve the quality of urban life.

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