Six cultural managers were selected to travel to Japan on a study research trip, within the ‘Kizuna’ exchange programme, implemented by the ‘Novi Sad 2021’ Foundation and ‘EU–Japan Fest’ organisation.
Candidates with supported projects in the first section in 2019 are:
- Daniela Korolija Crkvenjakov
- Đorđe Škorić
- Boris Đukić
- Matija Cvetković
- Jakša Nikodijević
- Nikola Nikodijević
This project is dedicated to encouraging the mobility of members of the cultural scene of Novi Sad and establishing cooperation with Japanese cultural organisations and artists.
After the fifth phase of evaluation of the proposed projects, they were sent to the EU-Japan Fest organisation, after which the final decision on the selection of candidates was made. The total amount of the financial grant for the study research trip for applicants is 100,000 yen.
So far, 10 cultural managers stayed in Japan within the ‘Kizuna’ exchange programme.
Let us remind that the public call for the ‘Kizuna’ programme is continuously open, and that professional services of the ‘Novi Sad 2021″’ Foundation will continue to work on the development of the proposed projects with all registered candidates in order to provide assistance for successful applications.