23
JUN
2016

“What is the story of your project?” Presentation of EMEE and EMEE’s EuroVision Lab. experimental exhibition as a case study on Creative Europe Desk Slovenia’s seminar, 1st June 2016

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.