Internationalisation is a broad and complex concept that became even more important under the impact of the pandemic. Many of us - change makers, project managers or entrepreneurs in the field of culture and creative industries - find it difficult to work together when the contact is limited and digitalised. At the same time the process of internalisation, bringing our projects beyond culture and border restrictions, is facing new opportunities.
We are offering the ABCD Scanning Tool for CCI Internationalisation, to understand current challenges and potential and deliver solutions based on changing, unprecedented times. In this process time flies, results are quickly produced and new connections are developed. Delivered in a form of interactive workshop, the tool is built on the internationalisation needs and drivers of change within the CCI in each Baltic Sea region. It helps participants to map, analyse and conduct primary ideation towards finding potential solution(s).
This participatory, professional and fun online workshop gathers intermediaries and cultural practitioners from Baltic Sea region to provide a space for facilitated discussion and co-creative exercises. All participants receive a brief online form prior to the workshops to map the most urgent needs and expectations. Communication skills in English are required.
1st part: 12 April 1 - 5 pm CET
2nd part:14 April 1 -5 pm CET
The sections are organised by Creative Ports' partner ARS BALTICA and will be facilitated by Henryk Stawicki and Justyna Turek from Change Pilots. Henryk and Justyna help organisations create product and service scenarios based on design strategies using sustainable and circular principles. Justyna creates experiences, systems, and workshops that allow companies, brands, organizations, and events to communicate integral value offered to their users.
You can register here until 8 April here. There is only a limited number of participant places available.
Read about Scanning Tool #1 that took place on 1 and 3 March 2021 here.
If you have any questions, contact alisa.woronow[at]arsbaltica.net