The RESHAPE project was presented for the first time offically to a wider audience in Bulgaria
An online conference organized by ACT Association (Bulgaria) took place on the 10th of June in Sofia. The multilingual event presented for the first time in detail the RESHAPE project to general Bulgarian audiences.
The event described in detail the RESHAPE project, emphasizing the different stages of the working process and various challenges faced by the organizers and participants alike. Vesselin Dimov (ACT, Bulgaria) and Marijana Rimanic (Pogon, Croatia) shared their experience as organizers and partners in the project, revealing details on the way the project was influenced by the COVID-19 pandemic and the challenges it added to RESHAPE. A special accent was placed on the variety of backgrounds that boiled down to both the most challenging and also inspiring aspects of the project.
Two participants in the program, Ana Alexieva (Fine Acts, Bulgaria) and Gjorgje Jovanovik (Urban Arts Actions, Northern Macedonia) presented their creative processes and the prototypes developed in their groups – The Department of Civil Imagination and the Transnational and Postnational Practices Manual. Both of them gave detailed examples of the working process and the results achieved.
This was the first of a series of events, presenting the RESHAPE project in Bulgaria. A physical event is going to follow in early autumn of 2021.
Here you can watch full conference.
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