SAVE THE DATE:
next International Kultuurikompass forum takes place
on Thursday, 25 November 2021


We will find the answers together at the Southern Estonian Kultuurikompass on 27 May!

Storytelling is one of the most effective ways of making guests and audiences listen by creating captivating emotions. Stories evoke emotions and the latter influence people who, thanks to intriguing stories, better understand the nature of your event, programme or organisation.

Through stories, listeners get to know the values ​​that are important to you and immerse themselves in your event, service or way of thinking. Stories can be told through various channels, using different tools and methods. Stories also have a broader reach - our attitudes, values ​​and everyday practices also tell stories about us.

At the forum we will find answers to the questions: How to create a compact, distinctive and enchanting story? How to tell the story of your event, your county, municipality or village? How to create a story about our own cultural heritage and tell that story in an engaging and memorable way? How to be a part of the greater Estonian story?
Who will speak at the forum:  Anneli Ott (Ministry of Culture), Heili Klandorf-Järvsoo (EAS), Eda Veeroja (Mooska farm), Siret Campbell (Drakadeemia), Margus Timmo (Setomaa Liit), Edina Csüllög (FUFF), Aigi Young ja Kadri Moppel (KYLAS). The forum will be moderated by Annela Laaneots (SA Tartu 2024) ja Kristi Vals (SA Võrumaa Arenduskeskus). All presentations will be in Estonian. Participation is free.

    What is Kultuurikompass?


    Kultuurikompass is a capacity building programme for culture managers, artists, creative and social entrepreneurs in Tartu and Southern Estonia. We invite everyone to learn from each other because knowledge and experience exchange help entrepreneurial and responsible cultural managers find new and more diverse audiences, and achieve their goals. 

    Kultuurikompass programme consists of forums and seminars, and it is developed by the Tartu 2024 Foundation and Tartu City Government in cooperation with partners from around the whole Southern Estonia. The first forum took place in January 2019 and by the end of 2020 there 2 international forums, 6 forums, and 2 side events have taken place.