On Tuesday the 12th of July Learning Trajectories held its third Multiplier Event in Milan, Italy.
The event was designed to stimulate the conversation on the value of cultural operators’ mobility and the effective practice the support it. For this reason, Materahub decided to organize it at BASE Milano, gatekeeper and one of the most important hybrid cultural center in Milan. The event mainly targeted professionals developing mentoring programmes with an international dimension in an arts and cultural sector, artists, curators, representatives of local or regional networks for arts and culture; funders; policy makers at national and local levels based in the region and in other surrounding areas.
The event started with a focus on the Learning Trajectories, presenting the results and so the research developed during the previous months. It followed an open discussion on the importance of improving the internationalization of art workers and generally the performing arts sector, particularly in small cities, rural and inner areas, both in Italy and Europe. The discussion was conducted by Carlo Ferretti, Head of Research and Innovation of Materahub, and empowered by the precious perspective and competences of Linda di Pietro chief cultural Officer of BASE Milano and Elisabetta Consonni, an Italian performative artist based in Milan.
At the end, a Q&A session was specifically useful for finetuning participants’ experience and perception about the topic and the project, giving the possibility of keeping improving the outputs and our future research.
A total of43 participatns took part in the event. Learning Trajectories would like to thank its partners, participants, contributors and collaborators for their excellent work and efforts.
See our results page for access to the finished handbooks and additional resources: https://www.trajectories.eu/results/