Cross-border collaboration amongst European foundations for a stronger artistic and cultural sector

29 09 10:00 - 11:30
Teatro Renzo Vescovi - TTB - Teatro tascabile di Bergamo
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A cura di Philea - Philanthropy Europe Association 
(English only)
As multiple crises have unfolded in recent years, the arts and culture sector has been among the most damaged financially, and its structural fragilities significantly deteriorated, while its value to society throughout these crises has been undoubtedly clear.
Philea and its funders’ collaborative on Arts & Culture invite you to  shedding light on the main characteristics of European philanthropy that supports the field of arts and culture, its recent shifts, and strategies towards the future.
What does collaboration look like amongst foundations investing in Arts & Culture at European level? How can building relations amongst philanthropy across borders nurture the development of stronger cultural organisations at local level? Building on the collaborations stemming from the Arts & Culture funders’ collaborative hosted by Philea, as well as on key findings of the second volume of Philea’s research on 64 organisations from 17 countries, the session will showcase how the philanthropic ecosystem is a key ally of the European institutions to reinforce the creative and cultural industries.


Here the report "Arts and Culture at the Core of Philanthropy: Volume 2".





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Ilaria d’Auria, Head of Programmes – Thematic collaborations, Philea

Stefania Coni, International Projects Coordinator, CRT Foundation 
Ilaria d’Auria, Head of Programmes – Thematic collaborations, Philea
Hugo Martinez de Seabra, Equity Program, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (Portugal)
Lucia Patuzzi, Senior Knowledge Development Manager, Philea
Isabelle Schwarz, Head of Public Policy, European Cultural Foundation