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Tartu 2024 Live: „Is Environmentally Friendly Cultural Management Even Possible? "

Tartu 2024 Foundation’s live broadcast: „Is Environmentally Friendly Cultural Management Even Possible?“ took place on the 2th of June. The event, where experts discussed the possibilities of environmentally friendly cultural management in Estonia today and in the future, went on air from the Estonian National Museum’s live studio. A comedic instruction video, in which a well-known Estonian actor performed the role of a cultural manager attempting to organise a sustainable event, also premiered at the Tartu 2024 online event.

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Krõõt Filippov: Practical Communication Tips Change Over Time, But Basics Mean Core Values ​​And Are Unchanging

Krõõt Filippov is an experienced communication and PR consultant who joined the Tartu 2024 Foundation in January as the new communication manager. What are her first steps in her new job? What do the Arts of Survival mean to her? What does she want to see the most in the Tartu 2024 programme? Read the first interview with Krõõt Filippov.
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Tartu 2024 Opened Volunteer Application Round

From 11 March to 2 April applications for the Tartu 2024 foundation’s volunteer team are open. Volunteers are sought for the European Capital of Culture Tartu 2024 events in seven categories: hosts, information staff, volunteers at special events, backstage assistants, technical volunteers, environmental volunteers and photographers.
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Heigo Teder: To Me Arts of Survival Means Handling Culture More Consciously than Ever

Heigo Teder is an experienced cultural event producer. For the last six years he was the Chief Manager at Ugala Theatre, for eight years prior to that he was employed at Rakvere Theatre. As of January 2021, he works at the Tartu 2024 foundation as a Production Coordinator. What will be his first steps in the new position? What do the Arts of Survival mean to him? What is, in his opinion, the current state of Southern Estonian cultural landscape? Read the first interview with Heigo Teder.
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