In the framework of DE.a.RE (DEconstruct and REbuild) project, promoted and developed by the international association BJCEM and co-funded by the European Union (Grant Agreement Project 101052900), BJCEM and the Scientific Committee are inviting artists across Europe and the transMediterranean to answer to this survey. The answers will allow to identify the needs and unique concerns of the artists in a time of converging crisis and emerging alternatives.
The answers will be the building blocks of DE.a.RE Advocacy and Awareness-raising campaign to be launched in 2024, targeting decision-makers such European institutions, local, regional and national authorities, international agencies but also cultural international networks, opinion leaders, researchers.
DE.a.RE has the objective of enhancing the competencies of artists, fostering the visibility and circulation of emerging talents and artworks in Europe and beyond and reflecting and debating on the role of artists as vectors of change in contemporary societies.

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