Good cultural projects need good funding. The Münsterland Cultural Office advises cultural associations, municipalities, institutions, private individuals and independent organisations in their search for financial support. The Münsterland Cultural Office is one of nine coordinating offices in NRW for the state funding programme"Regional Cultural Policy" (RKP) - and thus the Münsterland's interface to the state of NRW. As such, we also coordinate a cultural policy body, the Kulturrat. In addition, the cultural office also organises its own projects, such as the Münsterland Festival or Apokalypse Münsterland. The Münsterland e.V.is the responsible body.
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Producing moving images has never been easier and more cost-effective. But what is important when you want to create films with a camera or smartphone? What rules need to be observed when it comes to lighting, sound, effects or editing? What apps and programmes are currently available? And how do I integrate the finished videos into my communication strategy?
This two-day practice-oriented workshop answers the most important questions to get a good start in the world of video production.
Note: The event is deliberately designed as a two-day format. It is not possible to attend only one of the two days.
This workshop is aimed at cultural professionals, artists as well as cultural institutions who want to integrate contemporary videos into their communication strategy.
Simon Büchting, Münsterland e.V. is a trained design assistant in the field of media/communication. Since 2011, he has been working as a freelance cameraman and filmmaker in production and post-production. In addition to numerous activities for WDR, Filmwerkstatt Münster or UKM, among others, he can point to extensive reference projects and well-known clients. Since 2020, he has been responsible for media production at Münsterland e.V..
70 euros incl. conference drinks and lunch snack
Tips and tricks for a successful application
The project is ready, the partners and suitable funding sources have been found - all that's left is the funding application. But it is often not that easy to put your ideas into concise and convincing words. How should I formulate my application so that an outside person can get a good impression of my project?
This workshop offers concrete support: in addition to tips on content and form, there are practical tips that make the creative process of writing an application easier and increase the chances of receiving funding.
This event is aimed at cultural actors of all disciplines who would like to improve their written application.
Harald Redmer, born in 1954, lives in Münster as a freelance actor, director, producer and cultural consultant. He has been making theatre and film productions under the label phoenix5 for 25 years. He has also been a member of the fringe ensemble from Bonn since 2002. From August 2013 to June 2020, he was the director of the NRW Landesbüro Freie Darstellende Künste e.V. in Dortmund, where he did a lot of consulting for artists, groups and ensembles of the independent scene, in addition to cultural policy association and committee work at the state and national level. Since leaving the state office, he has returned to freelance theatre work and continues to work as a cultural advisor.
25 euros incl. drinks
The bureaucratic challenges of project funding
ANBest-P, early start of measures or shortfall funding are just a few of the keywords that instil great respect for public funding in many arts and culture professionals. Yet the administrative processes of project funding are not magic. Peter Kersting knows this too, and we have been able to win over a proven expert as a speaker. He will familiarise you with the most important issues and point out the "neuralgic" points of the funding system.
The event is aimed at all cultural actors who would like to gain an overview of the administrative processes involved in project funding in the cultural sector.
Peter Kersting, Münster District Government
20 euros incl. conference drinks
Collaborative working and agile project management in the cultural sector (focus on museums)
Digital change, work in rapidly changing projects and, last but not least, exceptional situations such as the Corona pandemic are changing the work culture in art and cultural institutions. In many cases, staff members experience the familiarisation with new programmes, changing themes and short-term changes in plans as great pressure, sometimes even as stress.
In this workshop, we want to answer the question of why we need new work cultures and new, flexible structures of cooperation, in order to then show how such collaborative work and agile project management is practically possible for cultural enterprises - especially for museums. Concrete tools, programmes and application examples will illustrate the material. The aim of the workshop is to familiarise participants with the basics of new working methods and organisational processes.
The event will take place in cooperation with the Digitalteam westfälische Museen (LWL-Medienzentrum/LWL-Museumsamt).
The event is aimed at all actors in the cultural sector who would like to learn more about new working cultures and are looking for concrete approaches to flexible structures of cooperation.
Prof. Dr. Holger Simon, Pausanio - Agency for Digital Communication
35 euros incl. conference drinks and lunch snack
The Münsterland Cultural Office and the Münsterland Festival are pleased to be WDR 3 cultural partners under the motto "Partnership for more culture". You can find more information on the WDR 3 cultural partnership website.