Report on the Danube Cultural Conference 2022 in Ulm, Germany

 

Nine years ago, the Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts of Baden-Württemberg, in cooperation with the European Danube Academy, launched the series of International Danube Cultural Conferences (DCC) to intensify cultural policy dialogue and build international networks of representatives of the cultural scene in the Danube region. The main goal of these annual forums is to consider the Danube Region as a unique but highly diverse cultural space and to provide a platform for exchange that creates new cooperations between artists, cultural institutions and decision-makers. The conferences have become a well-known platform to present interesting projects, discuss cultural policy issues and promote our region's chances for great cultural diversity and creativity through transnational cooperation. The conference was first held in Ulm in 2013 and has now returned to Ulm in 2022 after taking place in Novi Sad, Timişoara, Ruse, Pécs, Linz, Regensburg and the Schallaburg.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

The conference brought together creatives, experts and decision-makers from across the Danube region to network the diverse international cultural sector and demonstrate our solidarity with our friends in Ukraine. Against this backdrop, the motto of the conference was "Let's stay strong together!"

Documents of the conference:

 

The Danube Cultural Conference was a pleasant occasion for exchange regarding the cultural sector in the Danube Region. During the days of the conference important events were photographed. Here you can find pictures of the conference.

LINK to the Pictures of the Danube Conference on Culture 2022 in Ulm