Many young creatives want to share their work with a larger audience but lack the necessary skills or knowledge. The upcoming webinar will go over how youth workers can help creative youth.
The event brings together creatives, cultural managers, and people who work with youth to promote the opportunities available to young creatives.
The forum's agenda is varied, and professionals from Estonia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, and Serbia share their insights.
Web conference speakers are: Tartu 2024 Extended youth program manager Angela Ader, Tartu 2024 Extended alumna Laura Liisa Svätski, Women in Digital Empowerment foundation manager Marina Andrieu, European Capital of Culture Kaunas 2022 youth festival AUDRA virtual exhibition curator Martynas Žabas, contemporary digital art gallery IRGI gallery artists Emilija Statinaitė and Karolina Latvyte- Bibiano, participants of the Erasmus+ Young Creatives Going Digital project training from Serbia and Hungary, director of Viljandi Art School Laineli Parrest, investigative reporter for the Serbian youth radio Oradio and creator of Kulturanova events Jelena Bozic.
The event is in English.
The conference is part of the Erasmus+ project Young Creatives Going Digital.
Eeva Vitsut, head organiser of the web conference, firstname.lastname@example.org, Tartu 2024