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.
Do you want to enable as many people with disabilities as possible - actors as well as guests or the public - to participate in art and culture? Whether in the theatre, museum, cinema or at concert events? But how to proceed in view of the multitude of disabilities and limited financial and human resources?
The workshop imparts knowledge about structured approaches and gives tips for concrete implementation.
The event is aimed both at the people who conceive, prepare and implement art and cultural events and at people who are on stage and produce art themselves. Regardless of whether they have a disability or not.
Lisette Reuter, Un-Label, and Annette Ziegert, kubia
35€ (incl. conference drinks + lunch snack)
(inkl. Tagungsgetränke + Mittagsimbiss)
The Münsterland e.V. Cultural Office has been on the road in Münsterland since 2015, providing direct and uncomplicated advice to cultural practitioners on site. After a one-year break from Corona, the Cultural Office will be on the road again in 2022 with its mobile advisory service.
On 9 June, the cultural office will be in Gescher.
In a personal meeting, the possibilities, criteria and requirements of financial support for very different project ideas or plans will be discussed. Artists, representatives of cultural institutions or from the cultural administration who are interested in cultural funding - especially through the Regional Culture Programme of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia in Münsterland - can take part.
As usual, the consultation by the team of the Cultural Office is free of charge and takes place in four sessions of 45 minutes each. Registrations are accepted by email to email@example.com or by telephone (02571-949326).
Anmeldung zwingend erforderlich
Even though social media are becoming more and more important in cultural public relations, classical press work is and remains a central part. Especially for voluntarily organised clubs, associations and organisations, media visibility is enormously important.
This event will first explain the theoretical basics of press work and clarify the following questions: What all belongs to press work, how do journalists and editors work, how is a newspaper structured and what characterises the media landscape in Münsterland? Afterwards, concrete examples will be given on how to write a good press release. The participants receive the right tools to become active themselves later. In addition to the formal and content-related standards of press releases, the course also deals with the selection of the right visual material, the structure of an effective press distribution list as well as information on the topics of press conferences, press kits and contacts with media representatives.
This event is primarily aimed at people who work in the cultural sector on a voluntary basis and are responsible for press work in their institution or association.
Eva Stannigel, Münsterland e.V.
Interested persons can contact Nathalie Nehues of Kreativ-Haus Münster directly from 2 May
anmelden:firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 02 51. 89 90 09 30
In cooperation with the FreiwilligenAgentur Münster and Kreativ-Haus e.V.
Tagungsgetränke + Mittagsimbiss
Everything is "sustainable" these days: food, textiles, travel, etc. But what about cultural institutions and cultural events? How are the issues of sustainability and future viability addressed here? What can cultural institutions contribute to sustainable development?
The workshop will first clarify the conceptual background and practical challenges on the way to sustainable development, and then develop approaches and measures for their own field of work with the help of concrete instruments.
The 17 sustainable development goals adopted by the United Nations as an international guiding principle serve as an orientation framework for this and are used to address specific challenges in the cultural sector. The aim of the seminar is to develop concrete initial ideas and measures for one's own working environment that can be implemented immediately.
The event is aimed at all actors in the cultural sector who want to deal with sustainability in their daily practice and develop first steps for their own actions.
Annett Baumast, baumast. culture & sustainability
35 euros (incl. conference drinks + 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.