The necessity of implementing the measure is conditioned by the need to apply a competitive, fair and transparent principle, to increase the quality and efficiency in various sectors of art, as well as to ensure equal starting conditions for creative, state, non-state organisations and individual creators. In 2019, through the introduction of an open-competition system of grants for the purpose of ensuring a favourable environment for full expression and realisation of creative abilities, more than 80 creative programmes in various sectors of culture have been supported, in which CSOs, state and non-state creative organisations operating in the culture sector participated.
More than 60 CSOs, state and non-state creative organisations received state support for the implementation of creative programmes, in particular:
? Theatre arts: 19 performances (pantomime, puppet, children's performances and other genres);
? Music: in 18 different genre directions and formats (classical, folk, jazz-music, symphonic, chamber, choral, vocal);
? Dance: 6 performances (1 plastic-dance, 3 ballet, 1 of which is children's, 2 dance performances);
? Cinema/Audiovisual arts: 37 film projects.
|Name of partner||Type of entity|
CSOs, state and community non-commercial organisations, individual creators.
Civil Society Organization (CSO)
Strengthening of the cultural connection between the State, CSOs and individual creators, ensuring the diversity of creative programmes in the field, discovering the creative potential.