The arts and culture sector in Europe are a recognized contributor to addressing some of society’s most pressing issues. The sector’s infrastructure includes artistic organisations, networks, research and training providers, both formal and informal.

The project Learning Trajectories mainstreams best practices among intermediary organisations and their trainers, as well as upgrading the quality of mentoring programmes that support the internationalisation of the European arts and culture sector.

We propose to do this through the development and implementation of a new methodology of curated prospection programmes, targeting trainers and mentors, as well as cultural professionals in Europe in general and our partner countries in particular.


Design three practical guides based on the testing/implementation of an innovative curated prospection programme to help trainers/mentors of internationalisation schemes to significantly upgrade the quality of their training supporting artists & culture professionals to develop their career abroad
Provide ourselves with opportunities to share/exchange best practices, engage in professional development for all staff members and add a more dynamic and timely professional setting where we can address the challenges we are facing, both in our own contexts as well as on a European level

Develop new working methodologies to encourage international prospection as a solid strategy to be embedded in mentoring schemes, while working together to increase the arts and culture sector’s capacity/ability to operate internationally, particularly in the aftermath of the Covid-19 crisis.

Eunia acts mainly within the fields of culture, education and social affairs but our areas of expertise are applicable in many other sectors, not least within management and administration.

FACE is an organization that facilitates new partnerships within Europe and with the rest of the world by building bridges between cultural institutions, arts organisations and independent experts.

Materahub manages international pilot projects to support cultural and creative industries, encouraging innovation and inclusion processes and a new entrepreneurial vision to face contemporary challenges.

On the Move is a cultural mobility information network with 50+ members in over 20 countries across Europe and internationally to encourage and facilitate cross-border mobility and cooperation.

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