We are happy to report some great news from the Urban Policies pillar!
Participants are preparing to choose their mentors in early February – we are very lucky to have three experts from the frontline of music and cultural management: Katharina Weinert, policy advisor of the European Music Council, Ivan Petrovic, the President of the Managing Board at EXIT Foundation, and last but not least, Márton Méhes, former director of the Hungarian Cultural Institute in Vienna, working as an international cultural manager today. Read more about what they do on our Experts page!
Once everyone got settled with their mentor, they will help Urban Policies participants to write their tenders and support them in their pitches for their urban creative projects. After a closed pitching event – where all MOST participants are welcome, dates will be announced soon – some urban creative projects will be selected and receive funding. Tender winners will have until the summer of 2022 to execute their projects, after which an expert study will be written up about them. So exciting!
We are definitely looking forward to this process, and hope to see many urban creative projects to be born from this pillar, involving local communities and artists.
2021. 05. 03.
CREATIVES IN THE CITY
Urban project planners, organizers and creators, we’re so happy to have you in the 4th pillar of the MOST Music project – the Pilot for Urban Policies! In this pillar of MOST Music we called for applicants with plans to realize an urban project related to the cultural field: a festival, a venue, or any […]read more
2021. 01. 18.
SONGLINES CD ON SPOTIFY
BAMM – Let’s start 2021 big! Have you been wondering about the Songlines selection CD with the coolest Balkan musicians? The Bridge for Balkan Music Vol. 1 selection album, formerly exclusively distributed as part of Songlines magazine is now available (in almost full length) on the MOST Music Spotify channel! This selection CD was a […]read more
2020. 12. 18.
A YEAR IN THE LIFE
Although it felt like forever, 2020 is finally coming to an end – and so is the first year of the MOST Music project. These twelve months were the longest of our lives for sure – but working on the MOST Music project gave us a sense of purpose and structure even in these tumultuous […]read more