Project Philosophy
Music.Multimedia.Management. is a 2-year interdisciplinary programme of professional development and international artistic event production, led by Szczecin Philharmonic Hall in partnership with TRAFO Center for Contemporary Art (Poland) and Fjord Cadenza Festival (Norway).

The training programme encompasses six thematic areas (sound, light & multimedia, art curation, music education, artist management and team management) designed in the form of online courses, which evolve into a tailor-made practical training and consecutively, mentored internships in Poland and in Norway.

The project aims to build capacity in the professional cultural sector, with a focus on planning, creation and production of artistic events specifically in the field of music and visual arts.

Selected participants will avail of the opportunity to use the acquired knowledge in practice through the organisation of artistic events in both countries – Poland and Norway between 2021 and 2022:
MUSIC.DESIGN.FORM Festival - production of artistic and educational events during two editions of the festival (Szczecin, Sept 2021 and Sept 2022);

ILYO - International Lutosławski Youth Orchestra - two editions of the project (Szczecin, Aug 2021 and Aug 2022);

Fjord Cadenza Festival - production of concerts during two editions of the festival (Skodje, Aug 2021 and Aug 2022);
Gallery Level 4. - realization of three exhibitions (Szczecin, 1 in 2021, 2 in 2022).

• build capacity in management and production for the professional music and visual arts sector;
• develop practical skills in creation and production of international artistic projects;
• assist young musicians in developing and acquiring new professional skills;
• prepare and equip the participants to actively pursue professional opportunities in creative industries;
• broaden the access to interdisciplinary art events for audiences in Poland and Norway;
• promote effective solutions using new technologies in art making and presentation;
• grow interest in innovative forms of artistic expression addressed to diverse audiences;
• develop and enhance the international collaboration via co-creation and co-production.

The result will be greater awareness of the whole creation and production process.

The project is co-financed from the EEA Financial Mechanism 2014-2021.
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