Presentation of EMEE and EMEE’s EuroVision Lab. experimental exhibition as a case study on Creative Europe Desk Slovenia’s seminar on the importance of communication strategies for a better range of creative culture and audio-visual projects were lead form Anastasiya Nurzhynska (Ukraine) and Joanna Solecki (Poland).
Project EuroVision: Museums Exhibiting Europe was involved as an example of good practice, supported by Culture Programme of European Union, presented by Dr Sirok Kaja.
The organisers, Creative Europe Desk Slovenia, a platform for EU grant programme Culture and Media, proposed the two examples of supported projects that should be presented on the seminar for the participants to get a better point of view on the activities that EU supports.
One of the projects presented on the seminar was “Masters and Servers: Networked Cultures in the Post-Digital Age”, implemented by Aksioma, Institute for Contemporary art Ljubljana, Slovenia.
As a second case study, Urška Purg from Muzej novejše zgodovine Slovenije muzejnzs presented the project EMEE’s EuroVison Lab., experimental #exhibition that implements all three EMEE Changes of perspectives and puts theory into practice.
The main purpose of the exhibition EuroVisionLab. was multi-layered presentation of objects of cultural heritage that give them a European dimension through a participatory process with the non-visitors.
From these points of view, visitors broadened their interpretation and connected it with their own memories, stories.
Further on, the seminar offered individual workshops on the topic of culture and audio-visual, especially film creating. The participant had a great opportunity of one-to-one discussion on their project ideas with establish experts of their field of expertise.