Giuliana Ciancio is cultural manager, curator, researcher and lecturer – deals with live performing arts, international programming and cultural policies in Europe. In her career she has worked on creating and managing large-scale cultural cooperation projects at national and international level. Currently, she is the co-curator and project manager of the EU funded large-scale cooperation project Be SpectACTive; PhD candidate at the University of Antwerp (Belgium) within the C.C.Q.O (Cultural Commons Quest Office); co-founder and board member of the Italian based organization Liv.in.g. (Live Internationalization Gateway).
European Conference 2021 · Roundtable: What’s next? Directions for the future of participation from practice and how to make a bridge to policies.
Moderator: Chris Torch, independent cultural expert and curator.
Participants: Project coordinators of the invited EU funded projects: Alessandra Gariboldi, Adeste+ / Cristina da Milano, FaBULAMUNDI / Giuliana Ciancio, BeSpectActive! / Britta Lerch (online), Smartplaces / Airan Berg, Orfeo & Majnun / Célia Grau, Opera Europa / Roshnara Corby, RESEO.
Closes: Representative of EU commission (online).
European Conference 2021 · Cooperation projects: What are the keys to participation?
Introduction: Representative of EU commission: Fiona Deuss Frandi (online), Project adviser, Selection coordinator. Support to European cooperation projects, Monitoring coordinator EACEA.
Panel: Learning from European projects and initiatives. Moderator: Inês Camãra, Adeste+. Participants: Project coordinators of other European Commission funded initiatives: Britta Lerch (online), Smartplaces / Claudia di Giacomo, FaBULAMUNDI / Airan Berg, Orfeo & Majnun / Giuliana Ciancio, BeSpectActive! / Tanja Kalčić, ECoC Rijeka2020.
Q&A from the community.
Adeste+ Pre-conference: “Culture and public at a turning point”
Opening Conference with Eleonora Belfiore, Giuliana Ciancio, Niels Righolt & Pier Luigi Sacco.
Adeste+ invites you to watch an interesting online conference that focuses on the current challenges for arts and cultural institutions and their audiences. We explored the latest perspectives on concepts of cultural democracy and audience development and looked at its relevance for organizations.