Daily Archives: September 5, 2020

ACADEMIA IN THE WILD – SEMINAR SERIES ON UNIVERSITY FOR 21st CENTURY COMMUNITY

Academia in the Wild
Seminar Series on University for 21st Century Community

Organized by CAS SEE and the Academy of Applied Arts

University of Rijeka has been developing a strong focus on the relationship between the university and the community. Join us for a series of zoom talks in which we will discuss, with professors and researchers from University of Rijeka, some of the most interesting projects building this relationship, and the changing nature of university in the 21st Century.

Program:

15. 9. Bojana Ćulum Ilić: Towards a European Framework for Community Engagement in Higher Education

22. 9. Andrej Kljun: Food and community

 

29. 9. Ana Ajduković: Gender, sexuality, identities – from oppression to equality

 

6. 10. Sarah Czerny: Questioning motivations? Exploring the place of “science” in raw milk drinking

 

THE EUROPEAN DIPLOMA IN CULTURAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT

The “Kultura Nova” foundation is hosting the first program of this year’s edition of “EU diploma in cultural project management”, an educational program taking place from 30 August to 5 September, 2020, in Zagreb, Rijeka, and Cres. In Croatia, the program was organized by the “Kultura nova” foundation in partnership with the Association “Marcel Hicter” from Belgium who is the manager of the program, and assisted by Pogon – Centre for Independent Culture in Zagreb, the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rijeka, European Capital of Culture – Rijeka 2020, and the University of Rijeka, with the support from the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia. One part of the program took place in Moise Palace in Cres on 2 September, 2020.

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

The “EU diploma” is a pan-European educational program arising from the will to foster cultural diversity and transregional and transnational cultural exchanges. Two major goals of the program are to allow cultural managers a better integration of collaborative projects aimed at connecting identity, culture and economy in a European perspective, and to include more EU projects into regional cultural development plans. The program includes theoretical and practical parts, as well as visits to cultural organizations in Zagreb and Rijeka. The part of the program taking place in Zagreb is open to public.