Shifting cultural content online during and after the crisis

Event date 05/11/2020 • 13:00  −  05/11/2020 • 14:30
Entry FeeFree of charge

Third online event in a series of online discussions on the cultural policies of European cities in the current crisis and beyond will focus on shifting cultural content online during and after the crisis. We will host experts and officials from European cities, sharing their insight into various aspects of the position of culture in urban development during and after the crisis. Ragnar Siil (EE), an international cultural policy expert, will moderate the online discussion.

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Online discussion moderated by Ragnar Siil


Thursday, 5 November 2020, 13.00–14.30 CET

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Ragnar SiilModerated by Ragnar Siil, an international cultural policy expert, Founder and Director of Creativity Lab – leading cultural policy and creative industries think tank and consultancy in the Baltic Sea Region. Formerly, he has held positions of Estonian Undersecretary for the Arts, chairman of the European Union expert group on cultural and creative industries, key expert for the EU-Eastern Partnership Culture&Creativity Programme and expert at the European Creative Industries Alliance. Ragnar is a director of board at Cultural Policy Designers Network, he has advised many European cities with becoming European Capitals of Culture and members of UNESCO Creative Cities Network. Ragnar’s doctoral research at Estonian Business School focuses on developing creative cities.

The purpose of this series of online discussions titled A Plan B for the Cultural Policies of European Cities is for representatives of various European cities to exchange their experiences in providing support to artists, cultural creators and organizations during the crisis brought about by the coronavirus pandemic. Examples of good practices can serve as a model and a stimulus for European cities at a time when cultural entities must find new ways to operate.

The event will be held in English.
Further information: Tanja Kos (tanja.kos[at]

The series of online discussions is organized by the City of Ljubljana and the Motovila Institute (CED Slovenia) in cooperation with members of the European network of Creative Europe Desks. Ljubljana is a candidate city for European Capital of Culture 2025.

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