1. International presentation 2. Support for education and training for leaders, senior executives, managers and staff of institutions and organisations working in the fields of art and culture

Dónde
Eslovaquia
When
2020
Quién
Slovak Arts Council
Describe the main features of the policy/measure: 

In Programme 1 - Arts, the Slovak Arts Council supports the creation, presentation and dissemination of professional, non-commercial art produced primarily in Slovakia, especially theatre, dance, music, the visual arts, literature and interdisciplinary artistic activities. The sub-programmes for international presentation and mobility support international presentation, cooperation and mobility in all the above-mentioned areas of art, culture and the creative industries.

International mobility and presentations - theatre:
Support is intended for international presentation and the development of bilateral and multilateral international cooperation in the field of theatre. Support focuses on the creation and upkeep of functional networks between institutions in the national and international context. Support is also intended to cover membership fees in international organisations for organisations (not individuals) that demonstrate active cooperation with such organisations in the year in question. The programme also supports theatre artists' mobility, their presentation in international cultural cooperation, their participation in international networks, residencies, participation in creative workshops, symposiums, seminars, conferences, workshops, competitions and summer schools. Priority will be given to support for projects not carried out in the territory of neighbouring states. Support is intended to cover costs for the implementation of an event / presentation or mobility, primarily for travel, transport, accommodation, board, rent, participation fees, specialist materials (printing costs must not exceed 20% of an awarded subsidy) and costs associated with the participation of Slovak and foreign creators.

International mobility and presentations - dance:
Support is intended for international presentation and the development of bilateral and multilateral international cooperation in the field of dance. Support focuses on the creation and upkeep of functional networks between institutions in the national and international context. Support is also intended to cover membership fees in international organisations for organisations (not individuals) that demonstrate active cooperation with such organisations in the year in question. The programme also supports dance artists' mobility, their presentation in international cultural cooperation, their participation in international networks, residencies, participation in creative workshops, symposiums, seminars, conferences, workshops, competitions and summer schools. Priority will be given to support for projects not carried out in the territory of neighbouring states. Support is intended to cover costs for the implementation of an event / presentation or mobility, primarily for travel, transport, accommodation, board, rent, participation fees, specialist materials (printing costs must not exceed 20% of an awarded subsidy) and costs associated with the participation of Slovak and foreign creators.

International mobility and presentations - music:
Support is intended for international presentation and the development of bilateral and multilateral international cooperation in the field of music. Support focuses on the creation and upkeep of functional networks between institutions in the national and international context. Support is also intended to cover membership fees in international organisations for organisations (not individuals) that demonstrate active cooperation with such organisations in the year in question. The programme also supports musicians' mobility, their presentation in international cultural cooperation, their participation in international networks, residencies, participation in creative workshops, symposiums, seminars, conferences, workshops, competitions and summer schools. Priority will be given to support for projects not carried out in the territory of neighbouring states. Support is intended to cover costs for the implementation of an event / presentation or mobility, primarily for travel, transport, accommodation, board, rent, participation fees, specialist materials (printing costs must not exceed 20% of an awarded subsidy) and costs associated with the participation of Slovak and foreign creators.

International mobility and presentations - visual arts:
Support is intended for international presentation and the development of bilateral and multilateral international cooperation in the visual arts. Support focuses on the creation and upkeep of functional networks between institutions in the national and international context. Support is also intended to cover membership fees in international organisations for organisations (not individuals) that demonstrate active cooperation with such organisations in the year in question. The programme also supports visual artists' mobility, their presentation in international cultural cooperation, their participation in international networks, residencies, participation in creative workshops, symposiums, seminars, conferences, workshops, exhibitions, competitions and summer schools. Priority will be given to support for projects not carried out in the territory of neighbouring states. Support is intended to cover costs for the implementation of an event / presentation or mobility, primarily for travel, transport, accommodation, board, rent, participation fees, specialist materials (printing costs must not exceed 20% of an awarded subsidy) and costs associated with the participation of Slovak and foreign creators.

Literature events, festivals, contests:
The sub-programme supports the organisers of events, festivals, book exhibitions, author readings, presentations of authors and works, competitions and events aimed at education for reading with national or international significance and activities directly related to such events including costs related to the implementation of the event, professional materials and costs associated with the participation of Slovak and foreign creators.

International mobility and presentations - literature:
Support is intended for international presentation and the development of bilateral and multilateral international cooperation in the field of literature. Support focuses on the creation and upkeep of functional networks between institutions in the national and international context. Support is also intended to cover membership fees in international organisations for organisations (not individuals) that demonstrate active cooperation with such organisations in the year in question. The programme also supports literary artists' mobility, their presentation in international cultural cooperation, their participation in international networks, residencies, participation in creative workshops, symposiums, seminars, conferences, workshops, competitions and summer schools. Priority will be given to support for projects not carried out in the territory of neighbouring states.

International mobility and presentations - interdisciplinary projects, research and educational activities:
Support is intended for international presentation and the development of bilateral and multilateral international cooperation in the field of interdisciplinary projects and the creation of multimedia works. Support is also intended for the international presentation and the development of bilateral and multilateral international cooperation in the field of professional reflection, research and criticism of all types and fields of art, culture and the creative industries. Support focuses on the creation and upkeep of functional networks between institutions, organisations and groupings in the national and international context. Support is also intended to cover membership fees in international organisations for organisations (not individuals) that demonstrate active cooperation with such organisations in the year in question. The programme also supports the mobility of cultural workers, researchers, critics and professionals in all areas of art, culture and the creative industries, their participation in international networks, residencies, participation in symposiums, seminars, conferences, workshops, competitions and summer schools. Support is also intended to support short-term mobility and visits by university students in fields focussing on reflection and history of individual types of art, art as a whole, culture, the creative industries, popular or mass culture from the perspective of various social sciences (e.g. philosophy, cultural studies, aesthetics, sociology, psychology, ethnology). Support is not provided for activities that are internal to a school or a component of higher education.

International mobility and presentations - creative industries:
The sub-programme supports larger projects for the presentation of Slovak art, culture and creative industries abroad that have the potential to be economically attractive, e.g. trade fairs, festivals, exhibitions or similar international presentations in the field of book culture, theatre, dance, music, the visual arts, design, the multimedia industries, the creative industries and the like. Support is also aimed at the development of bilateral and multilateral international cooperation in the creative industries.
The programme also provides partial co-financing for projects supported by the EU Creative Europe Programme (2014-2020).
Priority will be given to support for projects not carried out in the territory of neighbouring states.

Traditional folk culture and culture & society activities
Cultural events, festivals and contests
Subprogramme - Shows, festivals and competitions focuses mainly on support for international, national, regional and district festivals, exhibitions, shows and competitions in the field of traditional culture, folklore and non-professional art activities.
Traditional folk culture and folklore
The sub-programme supports the organisation of festivals, shows, exhibitions and competitions (other than multi-stage competitions and shows for arts hobbies - sub-programme 4.5.1) in the field of traditional culture and folklore. It also supports the organisers of one-off events in the field of traditional culture and folklore.
Non-professional art activities
Support is intended to cover costs related to the organisation of festivals, shows, exhibitions and competitions (other than multi-stage competitions and shows for arts hobbies - sub-programme in the field of non-professional art activities (theatre, dance, music, the visual arts, literature).
International mobility and presentations - traditional culture and culture & society activities
Support is intended for international presentation and the development of bilateral and multilateral international cooperation in the field of traditional culture, folklore and non-professional art activities. Support focuses on the creation and upkeep of functional networks between institutions in the national and international context. Support is also intended to cover membership fees in international organisations for organisations (not individuals) that demonstrate active cooperation with such organisations in the year in question. The programme also supports the mobility of artists in the fields of traditional culture and non-professional art activities, their presentation in international cultural cooperation, their participation in international networks, residencies, participation in creative workshops, symposiums, seminars, conferences, workshops, competitions and summer schools. Priority will be given to support for projects not carried out in the territory of neighbouring states. Support is intended to cover costs for the implementation of an event / presentation or mobility, primarily for travel, transport, accommodation, board, rent, participation fees, specialist materials (printing costs must not exceed 20% of an awarded subsidy) and costs associated with the participation of Slovak and foreign creators.

Partner(s) engaged in the implementation of the measure: