The recent conference titled “Mobility for Creativity” organised by Motovila in Ljubljana on 4–5 April 2019, explored the benefits and challenges of international mobility in the cultural and creative sector (CCS), especially putting mobility’s environmental impact to the test. Report prepared by Jana Renée Wilcoxen.
During the weeklong study visit to Slovenia, 10 representatives of the cultural sector from Ukraine got to know more than 40 Slovenian organisations and visited more than 20 cultural spaces or venues. In addition to residing in the capital city, the guests were also introduced to the cultural scene in the eastern part of Slovenia (Maribor).
During five-day study study visit to Slovenia, 23 representatives of the cultural sector from Armenia, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine got to know more than 60 Slovenian organisations and visited 21 cultural spaces or venues. In addition to the capital city, the guests were also introduced to the cultural scenes in the eastern (Maribor) and western (Vipava, Nova Gorica, Šempas and Osek) parts of Slovenia.