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MOST successful bridge-building across the Balkans and Europe

A singular project worth 4 million connecting the musical sector of the Balkans with European markets, MOST closes with striking success. The Hangvető-devised initiative with 10 partners ventured to give a boost to Balkan music via closer ties to Europe, setting it on a long-term path of wide-spread appreciation and professional success. The four-year project, co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme, stands out as a new model for regional development, nurturing regional brand and identity and generating business through culture.

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Promoters Gear Up for Professional Growth

In the heart of Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén County, nestled in the northeastern region of Hungary, a transformative initiative is underway. In the ambitious endeavor of the Sparse Plus project, promoters have commenced their collaborative journey following a meticulous selection process. These promoters were chosen not only for their skills and abalities but also for their deep understanding of rural cultural sectors and their commitment to the vision and values of the Sparse Plus project.

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Study Visit in Cluj-Napoca – PERFARE

The fourth study visit of our PerFare project in Cluj-Napoca, Romania was a truly transformative experience. This journey provided our partnership with invaluable insights and unforgettable memories, contributing significantly to our understanding of the pivotal role that Performing Arts can play in promoting social welfare access throughout Europe.

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Weaving the first threads of the SPARSE Plus Rural Touring Tapestry: Kick Off Meeting in Marche, Italy October 2-6 

Between October 2-6, all the partners of the SPARSE Plus Project and their local promoters travelled by train, plane, bus, and car from all corners of Europe to converge in the charming little village of Ascoli Piceno in Marche, Italy, which set the scene for us to collectively kickoff the exciting 4-year journey that lies ahead of us! Coming all the way from Sweden, Poland, Estonia, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Germany, Romania, Hungary, and other parts of Italy, we got the chance finally meet each other in the physical world and build bonds that will come to form the cornerstone of this remarkable project! 

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Art residency in Lepenski Vir – First Europe

FIRST EUROPE aims to promote and celebrate Europe’s archaeological heritage, with a focus on the captivating site of Lepenski Vir in Serbia. A team of Máté Czakó, Pier Lorenzo Pisano and Ljubomir Nikolic has been working on the artistic concept of the project. Recently, they selected two artists (Alice Norma Lombardi and Patryk Matela) to join the residency. The artistic team and the project partners started working together between July 10 and 22. Mátyás Marofka, the coordinator of the residency, reports on the event.

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MANIFEST Art Residency in Zsennye

Within the framework of our MANIFEST project, 12 artists and artistic groups were given the opportunity to participate in the program’s residency in Hungary. The project is dedicated to cultivating collective memory on the topic of the transatlantic slave trade through art projects.