DINAMO is a program that seeks to support cultural projects initiated by citizens and/or artists in order to create knowledge exchange networks and promote internationalization between peer initiatives.
The project aims at sharing non-Spanish professional and cultural centers knowledge and experience with cultural agents in Spain. It is a capacity building project but also a mobility program for cultural workers.
Dinamos arises from hablarenarte: experience as associate of Trans Europe Halles (TEH), a Europe-based network of cultural centres initiated by citizens and artists born in 1983. As of 2017, TEH has brought together nearly 90 multidisciplinary cultural centres and other cultural organisations from across Europe. After 33 years, many of these centres have become a reference on areas such as ecology, mediation or sustainability. Our purpose is to share and spread part of the knowledge acquired throughout the years by all these organizations among Spanish cultural agents.
METHODOLOGY AND PROGRAM
Dinamo is based on peer to peer workshops. The idea is displaying a horizontal metodology to learn from practical experiences that participants could apply to concrete cases. Each session lasts three days.
DINAMO is developed by hablarenarte: together with three Spanish organizations. Each DINAMO session is guided by and expert from one of TEH centres.
The project is organized in 3 modules:
CENTRO DE ARTE CONTEMPORÁNEO HUARTE
Pamplona, February 28 – March 1
Subject: economical sustainability & new governance models
Coordinator: José Luis Rodriguez. Communications Director of Trans Europe Halles, Sweden.
LA CASA ENCENDIDA
Madrid, March 8-10
Subject: Ecology and sustainability
Coordinator: Sigrid Niemer. Comunnications Director and founding member of ufaFabrik, Berlín.
Open call until February 23rd 2017
Centre del Carme, Valencia, March 22 - 24
Subject: education & mediation
Javier Rodrigo. Coordinator of Transductores
Eva-Maria Schneidhofer. Education specialist and Project Developer at WUK, Viena.
Open call until February 27th 2017
Program supported by Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte of Spain