REGISTER NOW!for the Nordic-Baltic Arts Festival Conference "Festivals-tourism-local communities" Open to festival managers and arts professionals across the sector! We are pleased to announce that the NordicBaltic Festival Platform (NBFP) has now opened registration for the 2017 conference, which is the first-ever dual-city event, taking place on 21-22 November 2017 in Helsingør/Helsingborg (Denmark/Sweden). The two cities are just a 25-minute ferry ride away from each other - across the Sound (Øresund strait). Image: Kulturværftet in Helsingør where the conference starts. The conference aims to bring together managers and artistic directors of festivals as well as other arts professionals across the sector; to exchange ideas and best practices, make new connections, explore various possibilities for cooperation and attend amazing performances.
Opportunities: make a 5-minute presentation of your festival (open to all – first come, first served; registration via email@example.com - find out about the Nordic and European funding schemes- join one of the collaborative arts projects which will be pitched - make contacts through the networking sessions.
Conference programme is now published HERE
Participation fees for the conference:- 79 EUR early-bird rate valid until 1st November 2017- 129 EUR regular rate from 1st November onwards / through to the event- 59 EUR student rate through to the event.
We encourage all arts professionals to take part in this one and only full scale arts festival conference of the Nordic-Baltic region. Inspiring discussions and many new contacts guaranteed!
For registering to the conference, please book HERE
Hosts for the 2017 NordicBaltic Arts festival Conference is Passage Festival in Helsingør and Dunkers Kulturhus in Helsingborg. The venue in Helsingör is The Culture Yard/Kulturværftet.
Looking forward to seeing you soon, NBFP working group
NBFP is a platform for arts festivals in the Nordic-Baltic area. It aims to foster cultural cooperation in the region by enhancing connections as well as the capacity and visibility of those festivals. Read more www.nordicbalticfestivals.org