Culture and Creativity: Women Powering Tourism Transformation

Project: Arts on Prescription
Physical Meeting
Final conference - Erasmus+ project "Off the Beaten Track"

Description

Off-the-beaten-track (OTBT) aims at empowering and improving the employability of adult women (30+ years) that are at risk of losing or have lost their jobs and incomes as a consequence of the Covid-19 pandemic by exploring the link between tourism, sustainable development and creativity.

Our AoP project partner Marta Ciesielska from the Marshal’s Office of the Westpomeranian Region is invited to speak about innovative market opportunities for the creative sector in the Baltic Sea Region and on how new cooperations between the creative industry and the white economy/health sector can help to improve mental wellbeing of citizens.

Agenda

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    9:15 Registration and welcome coffee 9:30 – 9:45 Opening remarks and introductions 9:45 – 10:15 Year to remember – Tartu 2024 EU Capital of Culture – Erni Kask, International Relations Manager at European Capital of Culture Tartu 2024 10:15-10:45 How the Culture Capitals be sustainable after the ECOC year? Paolo Montemurro, Materahub (ECOC 2019) 10:45 – 11:10 “A Green and Caring World!” Green Entrepreneurship programme for women Ester Eomois, BPW Estonia, Head of Project Partnerships 11:10 -11.30 Coffee break 11:30 – 12:10 A panel discussion will focus on the major outcomes that OTBT achieved are powering women working in tourism and CCSs or interested in making a career in these fields, providing them the learning opportunities, testing out business ideas and networking. ( “Off the Beaten Track” project partners and entrepreneurs, OTBT program participants: Kristel Peikel and Anni Vahter sharing best practices). 12:10 – 12:40 Panel discussion with Creative Ports partners “Building strong partnerships!” The Cultural and Creative Industries Contact Desk is recalling the successful EU project “Creative Ports” and discussing its significance with its partners. The project highlighted the importance of networks and emphasized the need to provide support to the cultural and creative sector in the Baltic Sea Region. But where are we now, and where do we go from here? Marta Ciesielska – the Westpomeranian Region Marcus Hagemann – ARS Baltica Nele Plutus – Tallinn Creative Incubator 12:40 – 12:50 – Conclusion

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