Selected participants 

Laine Stewar (Australia); Fred Mann (Austria); Marta Staudinger (Austria); Aadita Chaudhury (Canada); Ruan Kun (China); Jasmina Šarić (Croatia); Evagoria Dapola (Cyprus); Polena Kolia Petersen (Denmark); Yomna Osman (Egypt); Simona Amelotti (French); Zoé Le Voyer (French); Louisa Kistemaker (Germany); Matthias Neumann (Germany); Georgina Pantazopoulou (Greece); Katerina Gnafaki (Greece); Katerina Kallivrousi (Greece); Polena Kolia Petersen (Greece); Michal Mazouz (Israel); Alice Labor (Italy); Carolina Lio (Italy); Caterina Lazzarin (Italy); Chiara De Maria (Italy) Elisa Etrari (Italy); Giovanni Paolin (Italy); Lorenzo Imola (Italy); Luca Bartolini (Italy); Mattia Stompo (Italy); Mchiara Wang (Italy); Niccolò Acram Cappelletto (Italy); Paola Pietronave (Italy); Anja Markovic (Montenegro); Marko Gosovic (Montenegro); Louisa Kistemaker (Netherlands); Johann Bonilla (Nicaragua); Agata Szymanek (Poland); Pedro Marques Mendes (Portugal); Elena Binotti (San Marino); Rita Cannarezza (San Marino); Jernej Škof (Slovenia); David Mann (Sud Africa); Begüm Tatari (Turkey); Bilge Hasdemir (Turkey); Burçak Yakıcı (Turkey); Carolina Lio (UK); Abbie Hebein (USA); Marta Staudinger (USA)

Promoted by the international association BJCEM – Biennale des Jeunes Créateurs de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée, and co-funded by the European Union (Grant Agreement Project 101052900), DE.a.RE is a three-year long research, public program, and educational platform supported by the Creative Europe Program. It comprises three iterations of online classes, conferences, surveys, advocacy, and awareness raising campaigns. Through these activities, it responds to the institutional, ethical, operational and sustainability issues confronting cultural organisations and practitioners in the expanded Mediterranean as they deal with increasing precarisation and radical transitions.

Gathering spells is the title of the second online educational program and it will be built based on the survey completed by two hundred cultural and contemporary arts organisations, developed in collaboration with sociologist Bernardo Armanni.

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