Resources

Here you will find a selection of our publications, videos and audio materials. They will help you learn how to become a better leader. How to open a successful cultural venue. How to make your organisation more resilient, and much more…

Moving in, Moving on: #1 featuring Communitism

  • Leadership & Management

TEH Startup Support Programme is a training programme that we have designed to provide support to European emerging non-governmental cultural centres.

The beneficiary region in 2017-2018 was the Balkans. One of the three cultural centres that participated in the programme was Communitism from Greece. Take a look at the startup support programme publication to learn more about them and their journey towards a more sustainable future.

Curious to see what does Communitism team think about the programme? Check out their evaluation report.

The Startup Support Programme is part of the project Factories of Imagination, which is co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.

Modelling Public Space(s) in Culture

  • Buildings

The Publication “Modeling Public Space(s) in Culture” is a continuation to the Conference Modelling Public Space(s) in Culture organised in Skopje in October 2017. The Conference aimed to offer a diverse thematic overview on “public space” as a physical location creating social ties and “public sphere” that contributes to the formation of public discourse.

The publication explores the ideas brought up during the Conference and has three main thematic axes: “Re-Assembling the Institution of Culture”, “Collective Instituting: Between ‘No Longer’ And ‘Not Yet” and “Archaeologies of the Future”.

The publication is realised in the frame of the projects Dissonant (Co)Spaces and Cultural Spaces for Active Citizens that is funded by the Balkan Arts and Culture Fund BAC.

You can download the publication here.

Moving in, Moving on: #2 featuring Anibar

  • Leadership & Management

TEH Startup Support Programme is a training programme that we have designed to provide support to European emerging non-governmental cultural centres.

The beneficiary region in 2017-2018 was the Balkans. One of the three cultural centres that participated in the programme was Anibar from Kosovo. Take a look at the startup support programme publication to learn more about them and their journey towards a more sustainable future.

Curious to see what does Anibar team think about the programme? Check out Anibar’s evaluation report.

The Startup Support Programme is part of the project Factories of Imagination, which is co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.

CULTURE IN THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

  • Education

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also known as the Global Goals, were adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015 as a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity by 2030. This new 2030 Agenda includes 17 SDGs and 169 specific targets.

Take a look at this United Cities and Local Governments report – ‘Culture In The Sustainable Development Goals: A Guide For Local Action‘, which showcases how Sustainable Development Goals could adopt culture and what role could culture play in the 2030 Agenda.

Download the report here.

Moving in, Moving on: #4 featuring Dnipro CCC

  • Leadership & Management

TEH Startup Support Programme is a training programme that we have designed to provide support to European emerging non-governmental cultural centres.

The beneficiary region in 2018-2019 was Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine. One of the three cultural centres that participated in the programme was Dnipro Centre For Contemporary Culture from Ukraine. Take a look at the startup support programme publication to learn more about them and their journey towards a more sustainable future.

As a part of the TEH Startup Support Programme, Victoria Ivanova of TEH member Izolyatsia from Kyiv held a strategic workshop on organisational development with the Dnipro Centre For Contemporary Culture team. You can find the workshop report here.

The Startup Support Programme is part of the project Factories of Imagination, which is co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.

Moving in, Moving on: #6 Featuring: ReZavod

  • Leadership & Management

TEH Startup Support Programme is a training programme that we have designed to provide support to European emerging non-governmental cultural centres.

The beneficiary region in 2018-2019 was Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine. One of the three cultural centres that participated in the programme was ReZavod from Ukraine. Take a look at the startup support programme publication to learn more about them and their journey towards a more sustainable future.

As a part of the TEH Startup Support Programme, Chris Keulemans held a strategic workshop on organisational development with the ReZavod’s team. You can find the workshop report here.

The Startup Support Programme is part of the project Factories of Imagination, which is co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.

Moving in, Moving on: #3 featuring Cinema ARTA

  • Leadership & Management

TEH Startup Support Programme is a training programme that we have designed to provide support to European emerging non-governmental cultural centres.

The beneficiary region in 2017-2018 was the Balkans. One of the three cultural centres that participated in the programme was Cinema ARTA from Romania. Take a look at the startup support programme publication to learn more about them and their journey towards a more sustainable future.

Curious to see what does Cinema ARTA think about the programme? Check out ARTA’s evaluation report.

The Startup Support Programme is part of the project Factories of Imagination, which is co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.

The Evaluation Journey: A Toolkit for Cultural Operators

  • Education

European Network of Cultural Centers (ENCC) published a digital toolkit to encourage and facilitate access to the evaluation. The toolkit provides answers to the following questions:

  • How to set out to evaluate a cultural project?
  • How to avoid getting lost amongst the wealth of different tools and methods available?
  • How to define value in the cultural sector?
  • How to get communities and stakeholders involved, and keep them involved?
  • How to make sure that the conclusions do not end up in a drawer?

“The Evaluation Journey: A Toolkit for Cultural Operators” is written by Marie Le Sourd, Secretary General of the cultural mobility information network On the Move and Dagna Gmitrowicz, a visual artist, facilitator, coach, therapist and process designer. The Foreword is written by Jordi Baltà, a special adviser for this toolkit and a researcher and trainer in cultural policy and international affairs.

Download the toolkit here.

Arts Education Platform – Seminar Report

  • Education

Imagine, Create and Critique was a seminar of the TEH Arts Education Platform: a platform to build audience development through arts education in European non-governmental cultural centres.
Arts Education Platform is a network of centres within TEH, including Beat Carnival, – formed with the purpose to exchange methods and concerns.

On 28-29 March, the Arts Education Platform organised its second Seminar at Beat Carnival in Belfast, Northern Ireland, the UK. The primary purpose of the Platform and this Belfast Seminar was to facilitate knowledge transfer between art educators on the topic of participation and to explore the notion of quality in our programmes, as experienced by participants.
You can read more about the seminar here.

Moving in, Moving on: #5 featuring Korpus

  • Leadership & Management

TEH Startup Support Programme is a training programme that we have designed to provide support to European emerging non-governmental cultural centres.

The beneficiary region in 2018-2019 was Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine. One of the three cultural centres that participated in the programme was Korpus from Belarus. Take a look at the startup support programme publication to learn more about them and their journey towards a more sustainable future.

As a part of the TEH Startup Support Programme, Oksana Sarzhevska-Kravchenko held a strategic workshop on organisational development with the Korpus’s team. You can find the workshop report here.

The Startup Support Programme is part of the project Factories of Imagination, which is co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.