Creative Europe Desks Croatia in cooperation with CED Czechia, France, Hungary, Portugal and Slovenia, and together with We Move Music Croatia, Croatian contact point for Citizens, Equality, Rights and Values – CERV programme, Development Agency of the Šibenik Knin County and French Institute in Croatia are organizing a round table on environmental sustainability in the music sector. Main question of this round table on September 15 at the SHIP festival in Šibenik, Croatia, is How can music sector contribute to the European Green Deal and what is the role of music projects in the fight against climate change?
To achieve a greener European society, culture has a strong role to play in creating opportunities for pushing boundaries. In accordance with the European Green Deal as a blueprint for sustainable growth, greening is set as one of the transversal priorities of the European support. For the 2021-2027 period, the overall target of 30% of the Union budget is dedicated to supporting climate objectives.
At the round table, we will share practices and knowledge that are encouraging music operators to contribute to the achievement of greener society. Come and get inspired on how to get support at EU level for your projects and how to adopt more environmentally sustainable practices!
Moderator: Juliette Olivares (FR), LIVE DMA.
Speakers: Boyan Pinter (SPIKE Showcase, Glastonbury Festival, US/BG), Brenda Dobrovics (Rock for People, CZ), Klára Nagy (Hangvető, UPBEAT Platform, HU).
More info at SHIP website.
SHIP is music showcase festival which will be held from September 14 to 17 2023 in Šibenik, Croatia. It is a music festival organized dedicated to discovering new European and Croatian music. SHIP is organized by We Move Music Croatia (HUZIP, HGU, HUIG, HUOKU) in collaboration with the Fortress of Culture Šibenik, and the conference is supported by the Ministry of Culture and Media of the Republic of Croatia and the Croatian Tourist Board. The goal of SHIP is to present the Croatian music scene and the festival’s location to music professionals from all over the world and become a networking platform modelled on numerous showcase festivals throughout Europe and the world.
At SHIP you may meet the following representatives from Slovenia: Miran Rusjan (MENT, Moonlee Records), Matjaž Manček (Kino Šiška), Nik Drozg (concert promoter: Kino Šiška, Channel Zero), Peter Baroš (Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia), Lana Bauman (concert promoter: Lacha), Primož Kristan (SIGIC) and others.