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Join ELIA's mapping project on Cultural Entrepreneurship - SURVEY OPEN!

07 maart 2016

As part of the NE©XT Accelerator project, ELIA would like to invite all its members and partners to join a research on cultural entrepreneurship.

The purpose is to support our members in sharing information on what they are doing in this field, helping the alumni in finding opportunities for their career development, analyse what higher arts education institutions are already doing and what might be a future development.

At the moment, we have received already 160 answers to the research questionnaire.

Take part by filling out a brief survey and forwarding the survey to any local, national or international organisations that might be relevant for this research (as creative hubs, incubators and innovation centres).

The project NE©XT Accelerator supports emerging artists to initiate successful international careers, improving their capacity to make a living from their artistic production.

Besides supporting the next three editions of NEU NOW – Europe’s Emerging Artists, ELIA and the 20 partners of NE©XT Accelerator, will support the development of an international network of creative hubs and platform for cultural entrepreneurship.

NE©XT Accelerator has already started and ELIA would like to invite all its members and partners in supporting our work by filling in the survey and sharing it.

During this initial research phase, the ELIA Office appreciate your support in identifying cultural and creative incubators, hubs, start-ups and other forms on cultural entrepreneurship initiatives.

More information is available on the NE©XT Accelerator page.

Contact Barbara Revelli, Head of Communications and Membership, at barbara.revelli@elia-artschools.org

Beulingstraat 8
1017 BA Amsterdam
The Netherlands

T: +31 (0)20 330 1116
F: +31 (0)20 626 7751
Email: info@elia-artschools.org

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