Job: Future DiverCities European Project Coordinator, Superact

Future DiverCities is a unique international partnership from eight European countries that will spend the next four years exploring new models of artistic creation and distribution that promote cultural diversity.

Co-financed by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union, this is a four million euro project.

The nine founding partners are:

  • Superact in Wellington,Bristol,Exeter,UK– Lead partner
  • 1D Lab in Saint Etienne, Lyon & Paris, France
  • Public Art Lab inBerlin,Germany
  • CitiLab inCornella,Spain
  • Seconde Nature in Aix en Provence, France
  • ANTI Festival inKuopio,Finland
  • BEK inBergen,Norway
  • Kontejner inZagreb,Croatia
  • LiepajaCity Council inLatvia
  • Chambre Blanch –Quebec,Canada– associate partner

The project will involve 23 local laboratories, artist residencies, public performances, creativity and participatory events in each of the partner countries.  The aims of the programme are to explore new pathways for experimentation and creativity and to establish innovative models of co-creation, co-production, co-curation and audience development.

Future DiverCities is an innovative collaboration between local government and cultural institutions with unique and complementary skills.  We will work in the fields of digital art, street art, visual art and electronic music to foster a thriving creative economy.

Role Summary:

Coordination of Future DiverCities project so that it supports the overall objective of sustainable incomes for independent artists and producers through the new business model, digital platforms and audience development skills

For full job description and project description please email matilda@superact.org.uk

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