Between the 20th and the 23rd of July 2018, the kick-off meeting of the European Cultural Heritage Onstage (ECHO) took place in Athens, Greece between the partner organisations’ managers.
The partners, Pepa Peneva representing the Open Space Foundation, Milcho Duli from Sfera Macedonia and Zeljko Stanetic from Vojvodina Civic Centre, came together in the premises of Inter Alia in order to kick off the ECHO project. The partners specified the strategies for the project activities that will follow, recruitment criteria for artists participating in residencies as well as a solid dissemination and communication plans.
The Caravan Project, Greece attended the meeting as the Athenian organisation will be following and creating a documentary film throught the duration of the project.
In the next steps, the ECHO partners will launch the call for artists and prepare for the residencies in Bitola, F.Y.R. o. Macedonia and Novi Sad, Serbia.
Stay tuned at Inter Alia’s website and social media for further developments and follow the project-related hashtags #DarkHeritage and #EuropeForCulture