Workshops

Workshops
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The field notes programme by inm – initiative neue musik berlin e. V. offers a wide range of opportunities for structural strengthening, professionalisation and networking within Berlin's independent contemporary music scene. Here is the info on inm / field notes' current workshop series.

Workshop Series: ONpaper

In our online workshop series ONpaper, once again this year organised together with ON Cologne, experts will teach basic skills needed for working in the independent scene.

Under the title of Application Fitness, we will help you get prepared for project funding. In addition to basic workshops with introductions to the funding landscapes in Berlin and Cologne, writing applications and accounting, this year we are also expanding with Meet the Jury, a regularly occurring meetup on funding.

Registration under this Link

Location:
All workshops will take place online via Zoom. A link will be sent shortly before the event.

Target audience:
The workshop series is aimed at practitioners in the independent contemporary music scene from Berlin and Cologne.

Registration:
There is no cost for participating in the workshops. We ask for binding registration via info@on-cologne.de

Level:
As the workshops are non-consecutive, they can be taken individually depending on your interests. All of the workshops are recorded and can be viewed later.

Partner:
The workshop series was initiated, developed and financed jointly by inm / field notes and On Cologne.

Detailed information on the individual workshops can be found in the Kalender für Fachpublikum.

Workshop Series: Perspectives on Sustainability in Contemporary Music

In recent years there has been increasing interest in sustainable development and its many interrelated ecological, social and economic aspects in the cultural sector. The topic is also becoming more and more relevant in cultural funding, and applicants are increasingly encouraged to take sustainable and climate-friendly approaches into account when implementing their projects.

To ensure that funding recipients are well prepared to take on this additional responsibility, the Ernst von Siemens Musikstiftung, the Goethe-Institut, Impuls neue Musik, inm / field notes, Musikfonds and ON Cologne, in cooperation with 2N2K, are offering a series of workshops on developing competence in the field of sustainable development.

 

Location:
All workshops will take place online via Zoom. A link will be sent shortly before the event. 

Target group:
The workshop series is aimed at funding recipients of the partner funding institutions and actors in the independent contemporary music scene.

Registration:
There is no cost for participating in the workshops. Information on registration will be available here soon.

Level:
As the workshops are non-consecutive, they can be taken individually depending on your interests. 

Partner:
The workshop series was jointly initiated, developed and financed by the Ernst von Siemens Musikstiftung, Goethe-Institut, Impuls neue Musik, inm / field notes, Musikfonds, ON Cologne and Art Music Denmark.

Detailed information on the individual workshopsin 2024 can be found in the Kalender für Fachpublikum soon.