TRAINART addresses the need of artists/cultural operators to shape their entrepreneurial mindsets, to ensure the financial sustainability of their activities, to turn their talent into a profession and to become fully able to make a living from their art. Thus, the project aims at strengthening the competitiveness of the European Performing Arts sector and shaping new skills for cultural operators interested in developing innovative business models in the Cultural and Creative Industries (CCIs).
Creation of a peer learning community made up of creative partners coming from Italy, Spain, Sweden and Serbia and supported by Associated Partners also coming from Ireland, will address two particular fields of CCIs A_the innovation of management models for partners cultural spaces and B_the introduction of innovative services in their performing art portfolios (i.e. live performances in non-conventional contexts). Project strategy will firstly lay on the assessment of the missing professional skills needed in both the fields at local levels.
Secondly, it will implement a blended-long term Capacity Building for a pilot group of beneficiaries that will participate in 120 training hours delivered via MOOCs (60h), to foster transversal skills in management, business and marketing common to both the CCIs fields and through transnational mobility schemes (60h) specifically tailored on field A or B. 6 Training Hotspots will be hosted by project partners during the project lifetime to provide beneficiaries with training sessions leaded by business models experts/mentors, capitalization visits and peer networking initiatives, hotbeds of creativity for new co-production ideas and cross-fertilizations among economic sectors. Finally, to test and evaluate learning outcomes achieved through TRAINART programme, 8 new models of revenue, management and marketing will be piloted in the local CCIs.
24 artists/cultural operators from Theatre, Dance and Music sectors.
Teater Nu (SE)
Haceria Arteak (ES)
Limerick County Council (IE)