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EJN – Europe Jazz Network

EJN - Europe Jazz Network

Lider projektu Europe Jazz Network Kwota dofinansowania 248 500,00 EUR Rok dofinansowania 2017 Schemat dofinansowania Sieci europejskie Strona internetowa www.europejazz.net

Sieć zrzesza ponad 150 podmiotów z całej Europy – producentów, organizatorów koncertów i organizacji specjalizujących się w muzyce kreatywnej, współczesnej muzyce jazzowej i muzyce improwizowanej. Działa na rzecz wsparcia rozwoju i różnorodności europejskiej muzyki jazzowej, budowania publiczności, wymiany wiedzy i doświadczeń oraz kształcenia profesjonalistów sektora jazzu, rozwoju współpracy międzynarodowej i działalności koncertowej, a także wykorzystania technologii w sektorze.

Sieć współtworzą m.in. Fundacja Wytwórnia, JazzArt Festival/Katowice Miasto Ogrodów, Narodowe Forum Muzyki, Centrum Kultury Jazovia.


The Europe Jazz Network (EJN) was created in 1987 as a Europe-wide association of promoters specialising in creative music, contemporary jazz and improvised music. Currently the EJN includes 120 member organisations (festivals, clubs and concert venues, independent promoters, national and regional support organisations) in 35 countries.

The EJN exists to support the identity and diversity of jazz in Europe and to broaden awareness of this area of music for culture and education. It aims to increase the exchange of knowledge and experience between professionals in the jazz sector and to encourage the development of international exchanges, special projects, and collaborations between producers and artists both within and outside Europe.

2017-2020 CREATIVE EUROPE PROJECTS

The main objectives of the EJN are to act as a hub for artistic collaborations between cultural players, reach out to new audiences (in particular youngsters and marginalised communities), advocate for the sector, empower professionals, craft new tools for today’s cultural players (including new digital approaches), and to lead by example, particularly in identifying new models of working with communities and encouraging debate around gender balance and other forms of discrimination through resources, training and the adoption of a manifesto.

The EJN’s main activities will include the annual European Jazz Conference, the EJN Awards for Adventurous Programming and Social Inclusion, the organisation of Artistic Exchange Platform meetings, the development of new digital tools and toolkits, seminars and workshops on social inclusion, gender balance and jazz for young people, research into mobility opportunities for artists, a Staff Exchange programme, and a mentoring programme for young artistic curators.

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