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Went online: 10.04.2024

GLEN Webinar #3 | Communicating the arts

Deadline for registration: 18/04/2024

Continuing our new series of webinars aimed at developing the performing arts scenes in small countries within the framework of GLEN (Great Little European Network), we invite you to participate in the third online event to gain insights into communication in the performing arts.

In this webinar, Barbara Poček, member of the artistic board and head of international development at Glej Theatre, and Kristina Savickienė, Artistic Director of the Vilnius International Theatre Festival Sirenos, will explore the diverse array of tools, stakeholders, and mediums that are essential for effective communication within the realm of live performances, theater, dance, and more. Whether you are a theater maker, a choreographer or are involved in any aspect of the performing arts, mastering communication is key to engaging your audience, collaborating with fellow artists, producers, curators, and programmers as well as navigating the performing arts landscape. Join us as we explore tools like networking, pitching, artist statements, presentations, portfolios and match them with stakeholders and presenting situations.

On Thursday 18 April 2024 at 12 p.m.
Registration dealine: 17 April 2024

GLEN – Great Little European Network is supported by the Nordic-Baltic Mobility Program for Culture

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Went online: 20.03.2024

Focus Jazz | Speedmeetings and Workshop

Deadline for registration: 14/04/2024

Kultur | lx – Arts Council Luxembourg cordially invites you to its Focus Jazz, taking place on May 10 and 11 as part of the Like A Jazz Machine festival at the Centre culturel régional opderschmelz in Dudelange. Over the course of these two days, Kultur | lx will host professionals from the European jazz scene including programmers, agencies, festivals, and venues, to introduce them to the Luxembourg artists performing at the festival. Both formal and informal exchanges will be facilitated to allow for meaningful interactions between the Luxembourg jazz community and the international delegation.

Speedmeetings
On May 11, from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m., Kultur | lx will host a speedmeetings session at the Brasserie Kantin in Dudelange. This session offers you the opportunity to initiate connections with the professionals attending the Focus. Additionally, the speedmeetings are open to Luxembourg jazz programmers seeking to expand their understanding of the local jazz scene and engage in discussions about current and future projects with Luxembourg artists.

Workshop
Before the speedmeetings, Kultur | lx is offering a preparatory workshop facilitated by Lucy Woolley.
Please note: The sessions will be conducted online and in English. This workshop is primarily designed for independent artists and professionals working in the jazz and improvised music industry.

  • A group session is scheduled for April 25, 2024, from 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. This session will cover the following topics:
    • Examples of pitching
    • Presenting your project in one to two minutes
    • Approaching professionals
    • Key concepts: What information do professionals seek?
    • Balancing personal and professional aspects in conversation
    • Understanding your audience: Whom do you wish to connect with?
  • Training sessions will be held in small groups of 2 to 3 individuals with immediate feedback on May 2, from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m., or on May 8, from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. These sessions will focus on:
    • Overcoming personal networking challenges
    • Approaching networking opportunities with confidence

Lucy Woolley, Artistic Director of the Lancaster Jazz Festival, holds positions at Edition Records, and provides coaching services to artists. With over a decade of experience in the jazz industry, she has cultivated a vast network and honed her skills in artist coaching. Lucy also boasts significant experience in the live music scene, having previously worked with Jazz North, the Jazz Promotion Network, and the Manchester Jazz Festival.

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Went online: 20.02.2024

Meet the sector | Music department – Activities 2024

Deadline for registration: 05/03/2024

Are you curious about the activities planned by the Kultur | lx music department in 2024? We invite you to our next webinar, scheduled for Tuesday, 5th March 2024 at 12:00 (noon). We will present our 2024 activities calendar and inform you about their various contents and objectives. Additionally, we’ll  be updating you on recent changes within the department, particularly in terms of communication. For those who missed the Q&A sessions concerning support, we’ll provide a quick rundown of the changes that have been put in place.

This webinar is your first opportunity to receive information on future calls, so don’t miss out! There will also be some time for questions, comments and feedback.

PLEASE NOTE : the webinar will be conducted in English.

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Went online: 25.01.2024

Workshop – Assignment contracts | Literature & publishing

Deadline for registration: 15/02/2024

Kultur | lx – Arts Council Luxembourg invites professional publishers to learn more about managing assignment contracts: What are the rights and obligations of a publishing house in terms of assigning rights? How do you manage a request for rights? How do you draw up an assignment contract?

After a presentation of the author’s contract and its implications for the transfer of rights, the various possible forms of exploitation and the players involved, the key points of negotiation and the general management of requests and contracts, we will look at practical examples in order to tackle the recurring questions concerning the transfer of rights and to develop an approach that can be transposed.

Who will be taking part?
The workshop will be led by Stefanie Drews, founder of the literary agency Stefanie Drews Agency.

With 14 years’ experience in the publishing industry in France and Germany, Stefanie Drews has a wide range of experience. After studying literature in Berlin and Paris, she worked for 8 years as head of assignments at Éditions Stock. In 2019, she set up an agency specialising in intercultural communication, international book promotion and the assignment of translation rights, particularly between the French and German-speaking markets.

When ?
Wednesday 21 February from 9.30am to 5pm

Where?
Kultur | lx – Arts Council Luxembourg
5-7 rue de l’Alzette, L-4011 Esch-sur-Alzette

Who can take part?

  • Professional publishers;
  • Limited to a maximum of 10 participants..

Conditions of participation:

  • Registration is compulsory and must be done via Google Form ;
  • The workshop will be held in French;
  • The deadline for applications is 15 February 2024;
  • Participants will be selected on a first-come, first-served basis;
  • Applicants must be available for the duration of the workshop;
  • Registration and participation in the workshop are free of charge. The costs of the workshop are covered by Kultur | lx.
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Went online: 22.12.2023

Q&A session | Performing arts Focus Luxembourg 2024

Deadline for registration: 10/01/2024

Following the first edition in March 2023, Kultur lx – Arts Council Luxembourg, will coordinate a second national Focus of Luxembourg Performing arts, for international professionals from Wednesday 6 to Friday 8 November 2024.

The programme of this second Focus will be built in partnership with numerous producing venues and companies in the country and through an open call for proposal.

Join this webinar to understand all the ins and abouts of programming the Focus :

  • What kind of project can be submitted through the call?
  • How to make an application?
  • How will the full-length performances be chosen?
  • What will be the next steps once a project is selected?

The webinar will take place on Thursday 11 January 2024 at 2 p.m.

Registration deadline: Wednesday 10 January 2024

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Went online: 23.11.2023

|lx music workshop: Insights on the UK jazz market

Deadline for registration: 10/12/2023

Kultur | lx – Arts Council Luxembourg offers artists an inside look and training course dedicated to the UK Jazz market on December 12 & 14. The two-day online workshop discusses how to strategically grow your career as an artist from the perspective of the UK industry.

The online workshop will be led by Creative Producer Lucy Woolley, who alongside running her coaching practice, runs Lancaster Jazz Festival and works for Edition Records. Her 10+ years of experience in the jazz sector encompasses developing networks, artist development and roles within the live music sector, including Programme Manager for Jazz North, Network Manager for Jazz Promotion Network and Festival Manager for Manchester Jazz Festival.

This workshop will address the state of play, understanding and opportunities in the UK Jazz Market. The workshop will cover the infrastructure, looking at the landscape for touring and live opportunities, networks to promote and market your music and the role of labels and the challenges faced in releasing music in an impactful way.

Each session will begin with an overview of the subject and introduction to panelists and will be followed by a round-table discussion and Q&A, with particular insights from successful independent artists operating on the UK scene alongside their professional industry counterparts. The goal is for the participants to come away with a thorough and working understanding of the UK market, it’s opportunities and it’s challenges.

Practical information
The workshop will be held in English. All sessions are taking place online. A link to join the sessions will be emailed to all registered participants prior to the workshop.

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Went online: 13.11.2023

|lx music workshop: Insights on the UK Rock/Pop/Electro/Hip-hop market

Deadline for registration: 01/12/2023

Kultur | lx – Arts Council Luxembourg offers artists an inside look and training course dedicated to the UK Rock/Pop/Electro/Hip-hop market on December 05 & 06. The two-day online workshop discusses how to strategically grow your career as an artist from the perspective of the UK industry.

The online workshop will be led by UK consultant and music industry Expert Jess Partridge, founder of international music business consultancy, Sounds & Strategy. Jess is also the Executive Director of EMMA – the European Music Managers Alliance and works as part of the core team of EMEE – European Music Exporters Exchange. Jess has worked at labels, venues and noteably owned a music magazine called London in Stereo for eight years, championing and developing new music and the live music scene in London.

Overview
This workshop will address the essential points for developing your career in the UK. Split into two days the first will focus on the recorded music industry: developing a strategy to present, market, and promote a project from releasing to publishing. The second day will focus on the live industry: looking at the touring landscape, and typical operations of the UK live music market.

This interactive training will start each day with a workshop and presentation and will be followed by a round-table discussion and Q&A with leading UK professionals from the popular music sector. The goal is for the participants to come away with actionable advice and a clear understanding of how they can enter the UK music market once the workshop is finished.

Practical informationThe workshop will be held in English. All sessions are taking place online. A link to join the sessions will be emailed to all registered participants prior to the workshop.

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Went online: 07.11.2023

|lx music workshop: Insights on the UK classical market

Deadline for registration: 17/11/2023

Kultur | lx – Arts Council Luxembourg offers artists an inside look and training course dedicated to the UK classical market on November 22 & 23. The two-day online workshop discusses how to strategically grow your career as an artist from the perspective of the UK industry.

Particularly looking at paths and routes beyond university/conservatoire to growing a professional career. The workshop will be led by Naomi Belshaw, Chair of the Three Choirs Festival, thought to be the oldest classical festival in the world. In 2019 Naomi set up her own consultancy to be able to offer composers and artists more formally help in their careers, drawing on her uniquely broad perspective in funding, festival curation, publishing, licensing, royalties, PR, marketing and more.

Overview
Nowadays, in the modern music industry, we find ourselves in an era of shifting sands. In one sense, there is still in the UK a defined path that one could follow to grow your career, gain national then international recognition and, depending on your goals, strive to become a successful artist. What is also very clear is that in a modern world that has so many paths for exposure, from streaming platforms to social media, there are a myriad of ways to cut through but also get lost. In fact, more and more, you need to think like an entrepreneur in your early career to then become taken up by the more established gatekeepers of the music industry, from agents to labels and publishers.

Practical informationThe workshop will be held in English. All sessions are taking place online. A link to join the sessions will be emailed to all registered participants prior to the workshop.

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Went online: 28.09.2023

Workshop | Self-management in the arts

Deadline for registration: 05/11/2023

In this self-management workshop Aloni Israel will share some strategies for orchestrating the organisational-operational aspects of managing a prolific professional operation within the contemporary performing arts field whilst also continuously deepening one’s artistic practice.

These strategies are adaptable to both local and international contexts, depending on the intentions and desires of each artist.

During the workshop Aloni will also facilitate opportunities for peer-to-peer learning in order to contextualise and embed the learning process within existing experiences of the workshop participants.

The workshop will include both collective and individual sessions. In the individual sessions Aloni will assist each participant in honing in on the processes he/she would like to embark in the next steps of his/her professional journey.

What you will learn:

  • Values and principles to elaborate a profile within an environment.
  • Development of a long-term strategy from one’s artistic practice.
  • Identifying and pursuing organisational pathways which are conducive to the individual artist
  • Cultivating alternative ways to strengthen on both local and international scales.
  • Identifying advantages in current realities and utilising currently underappreciated resources for more sustainable operation
  • Specifying how creative knowledge can in fact contribute to effective management and organisation strategies in the whole performing arts sector.
  • Highlighting the particular nuances in the ethical disposition of each artist to assist their navigation through the contemporary performing arts ecosystem.

When?
December 04, 05, 06, 07 & 08 2023 from 10:00 to 12:00 collective sessions
Each participant will also have the opportunity to book 2 individual sessions (30 min. each session – total of 1 hour), with Aloni between December 4th and 8th, 2023, from 13:00 to 15:00.

Where?
Kultur | lx – 5-7 rue de l’Alzette, L-4011 Esch-sur-Alzette

Who can participate?
Professionals working in the performing arts field (directors, choreographers, producers, managers and other professionals) active in Luxembourg.
Limited to a maximum of 8 participants. Teams,groups, or collectives working as one organisation/entity (artist and producer / artist and admin etc.), will be considered as a single participant.

Participation requirements:

  • Registration is required through the submission of a mandatory online application.
  • The workshop will be conducted in English. Please submit your application exclusively in English.
  • Deadline for applications: 05.11.2023
  • Selection of participants will be made by Aloni and Kultur | lx. Applicants will be notified by 12.11.2023 the latest
  • Candidates must be available for the entire duration of the workshop
  • Registration and participation in the workshop are free of charge. The workshop costs are covered by Kultur | lx.
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Went online: 05.10.2023

Invitation to Luxembourg professionals | IETM

Deadline for registration: 30/11/2023

IETM will come to Luxembourg for the first time with the support of Kultur | lx – Arts Council Luxembourg (28-30.11.2023). As a performing arts professional from Luxembourg, this is a unique opportunity to discover this network and engage with your international peers.

What is IETM?
IETM is a large and influential international network of performing arts professionals, with members from all genres and all functions in the ecosystem: artists, producers, companies, venues, festivals, research and resource centres, residencies, networks and associations, governmental bodies, etc. Currently, it counts over 500 performing arts organisations and individual members in over 60 countries.

IETM stimulates the quality, development, and context of the contemporary performing arts, in all its diversity. It advocates the value of the arts and culture and empowers performing arts professionals through access to international connections, knowledge, and a dynamic forum for exchange.

IETM serves its members by organising networking opportunities, peer-to-peer learning, exchanges and dialogues via various events. Moreover, it commissions publications and research, facilitates communication and distribution of information about the performing arts and advocates for the position of performing arts professionals, worldwide.

How to register?
In order for Luxembourg artists and cultural professionals to register on the IETM website, you first need to create an IETM account through this page following the instructions carefully given in each step.

  • Once your account is created, the IETM Secretariat will approve it manually, which can take up to 3 working days.
  • Once your account is approved, you will receive a confirmation email and you will be able to log in to ietm.org. Once logged in, you can finally register through this registration form.
  • If you encounter any issues, please contact ietm@ietm.org, providing screenshots of where you are blocked in the account creation process or the registration.
  • For reduced participation fees, registered before November 7th. All information regarding the participation fees here.

Tip to prepare for the event
As a first-time attendee, you can get advice about the network and on how to navigate the event from the IETM secretariat, but you could also get support from more experienced (international) peers through the IETM Buddy System.

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Went online: 17.05.2023

Meetings | Poetry of Luxembourg

Deadline for registration: 08/06/2023

On the occasion of the 40th Poetry Market, Kultur | lx – Arts Council Luxembourg, in cooperation with the Luxembourg Embassy in France, invites you to share a convivial moment over breakfast with Luxembourg poets. We offer you :

  • An introduction to Luxembourg’s poetic landscape with Jean Portante (author, poet and translator)
  • A presentation of the latest publications in the presence of the authors.

Please confirm your attendance before 8 June 2023.

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Went online: 05.05.2023

Performing Arts | Field trip to Frankfurt

Deadline for registration: 23/06/2023

From 30 June to 1 July 2023, Kultur | lx is organising a field trip to the Frankfurt performing arts scene.

The programme includes

A maximum of 10 participants will be able to join the field trip. Travel and accommodation will be provided by Kultur | lx.

To participate, please register before 23.06.2023 (first come, first served).

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Went online: 19.04.2023

|lx music workshop: How to promote your jazz project in France

Deadline for registration: 03/05/2023

To follow on a first session dedicated to touring in France, Kultur | lx is keen to give you the opportunity to deepen your knowledge of the French market, and to present a new workshop dedicated to the promotion of jazz projects in France.

Hosted by Marion Lesaffre-Pommier, founder of prelude-s, the workshop will take place online on May 10th and 11th, just a few days before Kultur | lx’ Jazz Focus in the frame of the Like A Jazz Machine festival. Two goals are at the core of this workshop:

  • Give you a preparation for the speedmeetings taking place in the frame of the Jazz Focus on May 13th;
  • Give you a global view on how to promote your project on the French market.

The workshop will be in French.

May 10th 2023, 10am-12pm
How to orally present your artistic project in 1 minute – pitch and storytelling

  • Understanding the laws of oral communication
  • Writing your pitch
  • Presenting orally

Marion Lesaffre-Pommier recommends you to prepare a few elements on the project(s) you would like to be able to practice with the other workshop participants.

May 11th 2023, 10am-12pm
10am-11am – Promotion, communication strategy and touring

  • How to prepare your communication tools
  • How to establish a communication plan
  • How to elaborate your touring strategy

11am-12pm – Round-table: promotion and touring of jazz in France

The speakers will be announced shortly.

Registration is mandatory
Registration deadline: 03 May 2023

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Went online: 13.02.2023

Call for applications for galleries: Support for staging an exhibition at the Saarländische Galerie – Berlin during Berlin Art Week

Deadline for registration: 19/03/2023

Kultur | lx, in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture, the Embassy of Luxembourg in Berlin and the Saarländische Galerie – Berlin, is launching a call for applications aimed at Luxembourg-based professional art galleries for the design of an exhibition lasting four to six weeks between early September and mid-October 2023. The exhibition will run in parallel with Berlin Art Week (13 to 17 September 2023).

Since 2016, the Ministry of Culture has worked in partnership with the Saarländische Galerie to stage an annual exhibition of Luxembourg artists in Berlin. This programme is now being run by Kultur | lx.

The Saarländische Galerie is an independent non-profit association. Capitalising on Saarland’s location in the centre of Europe, the Saarländische Galerie – Europäisches Kunstforum is involved in cross-border cultural exchanges with other European countries such as Luxembourg. The aim of the gallery is to provide a platform in Berlin for artists from Saarland and its partner regions to showcase their work on the German capital’s lively – and booming – art scene.

Berlin Art Week is a platform providing a springboard for extensive collaboration between the most important institutions in the Berlin art world. Once a year, it presents a diverse programme with over 50 partners ranging from museums to arts centres, fairs, private collections, project spaces and numerous galleries. The programme invites the public to discover ongoing developments in the world of contemporary art. Its audience is made up of many professionals as well as art experts and art lovers from Germany and around the world.

By drawing on a network with both commercial and institutional reach, this initiative, coinciding with a key event in Berlin’s cultural calendar, aims to promote artists and players from the Luxembourg art scene on the German and international stage.

The call for applications is open to professional and commercial art galleries based in Luxembourg and relates to the creation of a monographic or collective exhibition of Luxembourg artists.

Eligibility
This support is aimed at:

  • professional and commercial galleries based in Luxembourg that can prove that they have been operating for more than a year at the date of submission of the application.

Exclusions and limitations
Independent artists, non-profit galleries and artists’ collectives are not eligible.

Target sectors
Visual arts

Selection process
Applications must include the following:

  • a description of the planned exhibition (statement of curatorial intent, max. two A4 pages);
  • 10 or so visuals of the works to be exhibited or a portfolio of the exhibited artists if the works are being produced for the exhibition;
  • a curriculum vitae of each exhibited artist;
  • a detailed expenditure and income budget;
  • a detailed communication plan (social media strategy, target audiences and number of direct mail campaigns, number and quality of contacts, press advertisement, social events around the exhibition, possible publications, cultural programme, etc.).

Deadline for applications: 19 March 2023 (midnight)

The applications will be assessed by a jury which will select the winning gallery. The jury’s decision is final. The members of the jury may decide not to award a grant if they deem that the applications submitted to them do not merit it.

The jury members are:

  • Anastasia Chaguidouline (Cultural programme manager, Cercle Cité)
  • Delphine Munro (Head of Arts & Culture, European Investment Bank Institute)
  • Marc Wellmann (Artistic Director, Haus am Lützowplatz, Berlin)

The jury will make its decision in the week of 27 March 2023.

Selection criteria 

  • Relevance and uniqueness of the artistic choice
  • Adaptation of the project to the Berlin scene and positioning of the gallery (considering the general theme of Berlin Art Week, resonance with local projects, networking of the gallery with local partners, etc.)
  • Quality of the communication strategy (objectives, target audiences, means of communication, client list, etc.)
  • Financial framework and investment by the gallery and/or its partners in the project
  • External artistic collaborations (curator, art critic, scenographer, etc.)

Saarländische Galerie’s terms and conditions as host

  • Free-of-charge provision of gallery premises for the set-up, take-down and exhibition period
  • Supervision of set-up and take-down
  • Reception of the public and surveillance of the exhibition during the gallery’s opening hours
  • Design, layout and dispatch of invitations by email to the gallery’s usual distribution list
  • Usual press and public relations work (including layout and printing of the poster (A1), translation of the press text into English, drafting and printing of information about the exhibition)
  • Provision of glasses, drinks and a service team for the vernissage
  • Coverage of the cost of transporting the works, and of the loan of technical equipment
  • Coverage of travel and accommodation expenses for the Luxembourg artist(s) and other accompanying persons (max. two people) up to a maximum of €1,000
  • Insurance of the works

Budget
The maximum support available, in addition to the contributions of the Saarländische Galerie, is €8,500.
The amount allocated will be calculated based on reference quotes or paid invoices for project-related costs:

  • Communication expenses (publication print costs, press advertisements, purchasing visibility on social media, press officer or agency);
  • Artists’ fees;
  • Supplement to artists’ travel expenses paid by the partner for the duration of the set-up if necessary, up to Kultur | lx’s per-night maximum (140 € / night / person);
  • Accommodation and transport expenses of the gallery team (max. two people) for set-up and take-down (140 € / night / person);
  • Production costs of the works.

Useful documents

Timetable
The final schedule will be agreed with the Saarländische Galerie, depending on the needs of the exhibition:
Set-up: week of 4–10 September
Opening: week of 11–17 September
Duration of the exhibition: 4 weeks
Take-down: week of 9–13 October

Payment terms
The grant will be paid in a single instalment by bank transfer at the end of the project, following submission of the final account and a report to Kultur | lx.

The grant awarded by the institution will become invalid if the project for which it was intended does not materialise within the time limit set by the institution at the time of the award. The same applies if any of the grant conditions are no longer met or if the grant was awarded on the basis of incorrect or incomplete information.

If the grant becomes invalid, the institution will be entitled to claim back any payment or payments already made. In exceptional cases, the institution may waive this claim on presentation of a written request setting out the reasons beyond the grantee’s control why the project was not carried out and establishing a direct causal link between the reasons and the non-completion of the project.

Mention of Kultur | lx
The beneficiary gallery must include the Kultur | lx logo on its communication materials, together with the statement “With the support of Kultur | lx – Arts Council Luxembourg”.

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Went online: 03.02.2023

Jazz from Luxembourg at Jazzahead! Join the Luxembourgish delegation!

Deadline for registration: 10/03/2023

For the second time, Luxembourg will be featured at jazzahead! 2023 thanks to a “Jazz from Luxembourg” booth. Organised by Kultur |lx, this booth allows all artists and Luxembourgish professionals from the jazz scene to meet the international professionals who attend the fair.

In 2022, jazzahead! gathered 2700 participants from 55 different countries. A central platform for the jazz sector, taking place every year in Bremen, the event gives rise to formal and informal networking, as well as showcases and conferences. In 2022, first year during which Luxembourg presented a booth at Jazzahead, 14 people from Luxembourg’s jazz scene (artists, bookers and managers, promoters) came to Bremen and had the chance to meet all the professionals attending the event.

With the aim of supporting the career and network development of the artists and the professionals from the Luxembourg jazz scene, Kultur | lx will cover the travel of maximum 10 persons to jazzahead!, for a maximum amount of 700€ covering the following costs:

  • Travel costs to Bremen (we recommend the use of the train, 2nd class fare is mandatory. For travels by car, please count 0,3€/km)
  • Accommodation. We recommend you to stay two days on site to have time for meetings and exchanges with the professionals attending the fair
  • Accreditation as a co-exhibitor (145€+19% VAT)
  • Per-diem: 30€/day, 15€/travel day

Kultur | lx will not proceed to the booking of travels nor accommodation.

The reimbursement of the costs will be processed after the event, under the presentation of a refund form, as well as a report, the receipts and the proof of payment.

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Went online: 09.01.2023

Invitation | Professional days Performing Arts in Wallonia

Deadline for registration: 13/02/2023

Accompanying Luxembourg artists and cultural professionals on international stages is at the heart of the missions of Kultur | lx – Arts Council Luxembourg. The aim is to facilitate the visibility of Luxembourg creations and to imagine new collaborations and circulations.

To meet this objective, a series of professional meetings will be organised in Wallonia and Brussels from 16 to 18 February 2023 to discover the places that make up the contemporary scene in the neighbouring French-speaking region and to participate in the closing ceremony of the Festival de Liège.

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Went online: 01.11.2022

|lx music workshop: how to tackle the French jazz market

Deadline for registration: 18/11/2022

Kultur | lx goes on with its “next step” workshops, initiated in 2021. These are supposed to offer artists and professionals from Luxembourg a training dedicated to jazz and improvised music in numerous territories of the world, this edition will include the French market on November 22nd and 26th.

This workshop will be designed and hosted by Christiane Louis, Head of the career development unit at the Cité de la musique-Philharmonie de Paris. After Master studies in Literature and Information sciences, Christiane Louis began a career in the field of social science research as Head of Documentation Department for public research centres. In 1996, she joined the Cité de la musique to lead and develop the musical information services. The current “Pôle métiers de la musique” offers a wealth of information via the dedicated website, and personalised advice or guidance on the artistic and cultural environment.

Since 2005, she has been leading a professionalization programme for musicians at the Cité de la musique-Philharmonie de Paris. It focuses on the initiation and implementation of an artistic and cultural project, and more broadly, on the development of a musical career in relation to the socio-economic environment and the expectations of cultural policies. Over the past ten years, its expertise in the professionalization of musicians has been asserted in the musical sector. The “Pôle métiers” is involved in various professional workshops in conservatories, music academies or universities, and conducts training activities with professional support structures for musicians.

This training will be structured into two part and will be centred around Shuffle, the Luxembourgish jazz showcase festival. The first session will take place online and will prepare the participants to present their projects in an export perspective, taking French specificities into account. The second session will consist in a theoretical session, and a round-table in which French jazz professionals will offer their point of view. At the end of the workshop, participants should have practical advice and tools taking local specificities into account.

The workshop will be held in French.

Day 1 – Tuesday, November 22nd
How to pitch a project and network in France –Online

10h – 12h: Tools and good practices to “pitch” your project in France |

  • Introduction and session hosted by Christiane Louis

Day 2 – Saturday, November 26th
How to tour in France

neimënster Abbey – in person

11h-12h: A panorama of touring in France | Introduction and session hosted by Christiane Louis

  • venues and festivals;
  • professional jazz and contemporary creation networks;
  • support tools (including competitions);
  • cultural policy in the field of touring;
  • booking mecanisms and promoters’ expectations.

12h-13h: Round-table – Booking mecanisms in France

Tiphanie Moreau, Head of touring and external relations, Orchestre national de jazz ; Gilles Gauthier, General Manager, Jazzus ; Antoine Bos, General secretary.

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Went online: 04.12.2022

Invitation | Focus on Performing Arts in Luxembourg

Deadline for registration: 10/02/2023

Kultur | lx – Arts Council Luxembourg is pleased to invite you to join the first Performing arts platform in Luxembourg from 23 to 25th of March 2023 in Luxembourg City and Esch-sur-Alzette. A programme divided into three thematic days – young audiences, theatre, dance – will offer you a unique opportunity to discover the performing arts landscape of Luxembourg, its places, artists, creations and its challenges.

Programme
Thursday 23/03 – Focus on young audiences
Friday 24/03 – Focus on theatre
Saturday 25/03 – Focus on dance

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Went online: 25.10.2022

|lx music workshop : Develop your music in France

Deadline for registration: 20/11/2022

Kultur | lx – Arts Council Luxembourg is taking up the “next step” workshops initiated in 2021 and is adapting it to the pop/rock/electro world. Kultur | lx will offer artists an inside look and training course dedicated to the pop/rock/electro music market in various territories around the world, starting with the French market on November 29 & 30.

The online workshop will be led by Paris-native Géraldine Zanaska, founder of international music business consultancy, Compass Music. Between earning her master’s degree in Music Business Management from London’s University of Westminster and launching Compass Music, Géraldine has worked for an independent record label, a music venue, a live music promoter, a cultural institution, and the French music export office.

This workshop will address the essential points for developing a strategy to present, market, and promote a project in France. In particular, the workshop will cover the various networks and professionals involved, as well as an overview on the French touring and recording landscape, the challenges and evolution of touring, and the key methods and innovative tools to better promote your project in France. 

This interactive training will start each day with a theoretical presentation and will be followed by a round-table discussion and Q&A with French professionals from the pop/rock/electro sector. The goal is also for the participants to come away with actionable advice and have communication-ready assets (like bio and press releases, highlighting what matters locally) once the workshop is finished.

Deadline for registration: November 20th

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Went online: 07.09.2022

|lx workshop – Present your artistic approach (visual Arts)

Deadline for registration: 18/10/2022

Do you want to expand your professional network? Addressing contemporary art professionals is a key element in this process.

Dates: October 18, 2022
Timing:
09h00 – 13h30 | 14h00-18h00
Venue: Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’Art Contemporain

The objective of this workshop will be to prepare you to present your work in different situations and through different media in order to better communicate with professional audiences. You will focus on three types of communication situations: the portfolio, social networks and real or virtual studio visits.

Kultur | lx is pleased to welcome Margret Wibmer to lead this workshop dedicated to visual arts.

This hands-on workshop is for professional visual artists working in all types of media. You will have time to discuss your specific project with an experienced instructor/mentor and other participants, refine your approach and present it to other professionals.

Who is eligible to participate?

  • Visual artists
  • Photographers
  • Multidisciplinary artists
    of Luxembourg nationality or resident in Luxembourg

Participation conditions:

  • Participation upon registration and submission of an online application is mandatory
  • The workshop is open for up to 12 participants. The Visual Arts selection committee of Kultur | lx will select the participants on the basis of their application, should there be more applications than places available
  • The workshop will be held in ENGLISH
  • Application deadline: 25.09.2022
  • Registration and the workshop are free. The costs of the workshop are covered by Kultur | lx
  • Lunch at the expense of each participant
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Went online: 04.08.2022

Invitation | Professionnal days – Lyon Biennale

Deadline for registration: 27/08/2022

Within the framework of the 16th Lyon Contemporary Art Biennale, which will take place from September 14th to December 31st 2022, Kultur | lx proposes to 7 artists and independent curators from Luxembourg a programme of encounters within the Biennial.

Every two years, the Lyon Contemporary art Biennale takes as its starting point the geography and local realities to inscribe them, through a theme, in a wider spatial and temporal perspective. In 2022, its title, “Manifesto of fragility”, invites us to consider fragility as an act of artistic resistance in a present hampered by the pandemic and its consequences. The Biennial brings together, through exhibitions located throughout the city of Lyon, international artists who have produced new pieces for the occasion. Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath are the curators of the 16th Lyon Contemporary Art Biennale.

The 16th edition of the Lyon Biennial affirms fragility as intrinsically linked to a form of resistance initiated in the past, in touch with the present and capable of facing the future. It imagines a world that, instead of considering vulnerability as a sign of weakness, exploits it to try to regain power. It is conceived as a plurality of resilient voices that thrive on tenderness and flourish in adversity. Communities are formed where word, image, sound and movement meet, culminating in the writing of a manifesto for an irreparably fragile world.”

The program of the two days organised by Kultur | lx will be communicated on the website of Kultur | lx. Kultur | lx will cover the costs of accommodation (2 nights) and transport by train for participants who are invited to register on the form hereafter. The first 7 registrants* will then be invited by email to apply for a mobility grant on the Kultur | lx website.

Artists and curators can apply for an accreditation online on the Biennale Espace professionnel (labiennaledelyon.com). This program is open to curators from public institutions (without our financial support).

The deadline for applications is August 27.
* Note: the 7 places have been allocated.

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Went online: 14.06.2022

Invitation | Professional days – Berlin Biennale

Deadline for registration: 29/06/2022

In the context of the 12th Berlin Biennale, which will take place from June 11 to September 18, 2022, Kultur | lx offers 10 artists and freelance curators a program of meetings with residency directors and curators, and visits to the biennale’s exhibitions.

Every two years, the Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art brings together international artists, theoreticians, and practitioners in exhibitions and accompanying programs. With its political profile, it stands for committed art that addresses the urgent questions of the present. The 12th Berlin Biennale is curated by Kader Attia.

“Kader Attia looks back on more than two decades of decolonial engagement. As an artist, thinker, and activist, he has been particularly engaged with the notion of REPAIR—first of objects and physical injuries, and then of individual and societal traumas. Throughout his practice, repair has emerged as a mode of cultural resistance, a form of agency that finds expression in diverse practices and fields of knowledge. In his role as curator of the 12th Berlin Biennale, Attia makes this form of agency the starting point of a program that involves contributors and audiences in a critical conversation, in order to find ways together to care for the now.”

The program of the three days organized by Kultur | lx will be communicated in the next days on the site of Kultur | lx.

The participants have to organize their travel and accommodation. They should arrive in Berlin on July 20 before 10:00 a.m.
Kultur | lx will cover the costs (for 3 days and 2 nights), participants are invited to apply for a mobility support on our website. Participants who have a portfolio in German with a project with the German territory or with Berlin will have an advantage.

The deadline for applications is June 29.

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Went online: 10.06.2022

|lx Q&A sessions – Impuls neue Musik

Deadline for registration: 26/06/2022

In anticipation of Kultur | lx’s collaboration with Impuls neue Musik starting in 2023, we invite you to a webinar with Sophie Aumüller, Director of the Fund, and Bernhard Günther, member of the Impuls Artistic Committee and Artistic Director of the Wien Modern and ZeitRäume Basel festivals.

This session, taking place on the 27th of June at 10:30 AM, will give you the opportunity to discuss with both speakers, who will present Impuls neue Musik and their call for projects for 2023.

About Impuls neue Musik

Founded in 2009, Impuls neue Musik is a fund that promotes exchanges between France, Switzerland and Germany in the area of contemporary music. It finances music projects that involve partners from the aforementioned countries, making the fund a Franco-German network. Project partners can be artists, ensembles, venues, festivals, universities, academies, research institutes, cultural associations and institutions.

To familiarize yourself with the funding criteria of Impuls neue Musik, we invite you to read this link carefully.

Since Impuls neue Musik is a network dedicated to creative music, this webinar is aimed at anyone with a connection to contemporary music. This can involve any art form (music, performance, visual art…etc.) or any type of project that has a strong connection to contemporary music (concerts, festivals, music theater, artist residencies, academies, sound installations).

The speakers

Bernhard Günther has been Artistic Director of the Wien Modern Festival since 2016. Between 2012-2022 he also directed the festival ZeitRäume Basel – Biennale for New Music and Architecture, which first came to public attention in 2015, as well as being the chief dramaturge of the Philharmonie Luxembourg from 2004-2016, where he was responsible for the festival rainy days, among others. After unfinished studies at the Musikhochschule Lübeck (violoncello) and the University of Vienna (musicology, theater studies, linguistics, etc.), he joined mica – music information center austria in 1994 as editor of the encyclopedia of contemporary music from Austria, where he served as curator and deputy managing director until 2004.

He has been intensively involved with new music and its environment for more than 25 years as a passionate visitor and organizer of concerts in a wide variety of genres and formats, as an author, editor, dramaturge and curator for various publishers, media and event organizers, as a jury member (including the Kranichsteiner Music Prize, German Music Council, Impuls neue Musik) as well as an occasional musician.

Sophie Aumüller, born in Munich, studied Romance philology in Freiburg, Berlin and Paris. She first worked as an editor, translator and reader in the field of literature and film, and has been active in the music sector since 2004. In 2008 she founded the Shared Sounds festival at Radialsystem V in Berlin, which ran until 2010. In 2011, she co-initiated and directed the Vokal¬fest chor@berlin.

Since 2011, she has been directing the Franco-German-Swiss Fund for Contemporary Music Impuls neue Musik. She also serves on numerous juries, most recently for the cultural support program of the Berlin Senate (until 2021), as well as the Ensembleförderung Musik program of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia.

Deadline to register: 26th of June 2022

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Went online: 23.05.2022

|lx music workshop – Social Commerce, Alternative Platforms & Live-streaming

Deadline for registration: 16/06/2022

General Workshop : June 20, 2022 – 4:00p.m. to 7:00p.m. (open to all applicants)
Mentoring Session : June 22, 2022- 4:00p.m. to 5:30p.m. (applicants selected by committee)

This final workshop with Music Ally will be split into three sections. The first section will be done by each participant in advance via the Music Ally Learning Hub, focused on Social Commerce (a link to the Learning Hub will be sent to participants in advance). As a $89.4 billion market that is expected to grow to $604.5 billion in the next seven years, marketers need to pay attention to this shift in shopping habits as social commerce capabilities are a key focus for big social and streaming platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, YouTube and TikTok, removing friction in the shopping process.

There are numerous reasons as to why this is exciting for the music industry. First and foremost because it allows us to drive more revenue from physical products by meeting our fans where they spend most of their time. Music Ally’s Social Commerce module looks at the various opportunities already available to sell physical and virtual products through your digital channels and explores how artists have been leveraging these creatively. This will be a practical walkthrough of how to enable shopping on Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and YouTube and will explain all necessary requirements, possibilities and limitations. We’ll also point to upcoming trends so that you are up to speed with what you need to know in order to grow your D2C business on these platforms.

In the second section of the workshop, we dive into Alternative Platforms & Live-streaming. Platforms like Instagram, Facebook and TikTok are used in virtually every artist marketing campaign – but to unlock international or niche audiences, you’ll need to engage with platforms that you may never have used before. 

In this session, Music Ally will teach you everything you need to know to start leveraging some of the most important, non-traditional, digital platforms in your artist marketing campaigns (Discord, Reddit and Twitch). We’ll explain how to engage correctly with unfamiliar – but huge – apps, platforms and audiences. We’ll also briefly cover some key live-streaming platforms like Facebook Live, Instagram Live and YouTube Live to help you connect with your fans globally. 

After the workshop, we will host a panel discussion (about TikTok & Short Form Videorescheduled from May 23rd) featuring Harry Tidswell (Senior Music & Ents Partnerships Manager at Fanbytes), Sam Hong (artist name ‘Hongza’), and Marlen Huellbrock (Head of Marketing at Music Ally) with opportunities for Q&A throughout the panel.

Deadline to register: 16 June 2022

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Went online: 17.05.2022

Invitation | Preview – Documenta

Deadline for registration: 20/05/2022

In the context of documenta 15, which will take place from June 18 to September 25, 2022, Kultur | lx offers 7 artists the opportunity to participate in the professional days on June 16 and 17, 2022. documenta Kassel is one of the most important international events dedicated to contemporary art. Every 5 years it attracts a large number of representatives of the international contemporary art scene. A retrospective as well as a prospective event that takes place every five years, documenta is often the subject of landmark statements in the history of art.

The two days organized by Kultur | lx during the professional days will allow artists to visit the exhibitions of documenta 15, to make meetings to broaden their network and to promote exchanges of views.

Kultur | lx will take care of the accommodation and transportation of the participants.

Deadline to register: 20 May 2022

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Went online: 11.05.2022

|lx music workshop – classical and contemporary music in France

Deadline for registration: 03/06/2022

As part of its mission to support Luxembourg artists, Kultur | lx is taking up the “next step” action initiated in 2021, which consists of giving artists a training session dedicated to the market of a specific territory. On June 7th and 8th, Kultur | lx will offer classical and contemporary musicians a training course dedicated to the classical music market in France.

The course will be given by Marion Lesaffre-Pommier, founder of prélude-s (after 15 years at the Cité de la musique-Philharmonie de Paris), and will address the essential points for developing a strategy to present and promote a project in France. In particular, the various networks and professionals involved in the dissemination of classical music will be presented, as well as support mechanisms for touring, and keys to promote your project in France.

The training will start each day with a theoretical presentation and will be followed by a round-table discussion with French professionals from the classical music sector:

The workshop will be conducted in English.
Deadline to apply: June 3, 2022

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Went online: 21.04.2022

|lx music workshop – TikTok & Short Form Video

Deadline for registration: 16/05/2022

TikTok & Short Form Video Workshop with Music Ally

General Workshop : May 23, 2022 – 4:00p.m. to 7:00p.m. (open to all applicants)
Mentoring Session : May 25, 2022 – 4:00p.m. to 5:30p.m. (applicants selected by committee) 

Kultur | lx is thrilled to continue working with Music Ally for our industry-focused workshops and training sessions. As a global leader in digital training for the music industry, Music Ally has trained thousands of industry professionals and artists. A knowledge and skills company, it provides insight to indies, publishers, major labels as well as artists and managers globally. Their mission is to help the music industry embrace digital platforms and build sustainable careers for artists across the globe.  

This Short-Form Video workshop from Music Ally will be split into two parts. In the first half, Music Ally will give a presentation on short-form video, a strategy within music marketing that has exploded over the last few years with the rise of platforms such as TikTok, Instagram Reels, YouTube Shorts and Snapchat. In this presentation Music Ally will look at the specifics of each of these platforms and how they compare against TikTok. They will also give practical advice on how artists can best use each platform to engage their audience. They want to equip viewers with an understanding of how these platforms can fit into an artist’s social strategy and help you to make informed decisions about which platforms to focus your efforts on.

The second half of the session will be a panel discussion between Harry Tidswell (Senior Music & Ents Partnerships Manager at Fanbytes), Sam Hong (artist name ‘Hongza’) and Marlen Huellbrock (Head of Marketing at Music Ally). There will be opportunities for Q&A throughout.

We look forward to welcoming you to this workshop series on Monday, May 23rd!  Music Ally will also be hosting private mentoring sessions on Wednesday, May 25th (applicants selected by a committee).

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20/06 – Livestreaming and social commerce – Timing TBD

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Went online: 07.03.2022

|lx Workshop – Present your approach to the international art professionals (Visual arts)

Deadline for registration: 27/03/2022

Present your approach to the international art professionals

Dates: on April 06, 2022
Time: 10:00 – 13:30 | 14:00-18:00
Venue: Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’art contemporain
41, rue Notre-Dame, L-2240 Luxembourg

You want to launch your career internationally? Addressing contemporary art professionals is a key element in this process.
The objective of this workshop will be to prepare you to present your work in different situations and through different media in order to better communicate with professional audiences. You will focus on three types of communication situations: portfolio, social networks and studio visits.

Kultur | lx – Arts Council Luxembourg is pleased to welcome Sophie Lanoë to lead this first workshop dedicated to visual arts.

This hands-on workshop is for professional visual artists working in all types of mediums. You will have the time to discuss your specific project with an experienced trainer and the other participants, refine your approach and present it to other professionals.

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Went online: 01.03.2022

|lx music workshop – YouTube Masterclass

Deadline for registration: 21/03/2022

YouTube Masterclass with Music Ally

General Workshop : March 28, 2022 (open to all applicants)
Mentoring Session : March 30, 2022 (applicants selected by committee)

All dates will be held from 10:00 to 13:00 CEST 

YouTube Best Practice: YouTube offers a breadth of opportunities to customise videos, drive viewers to other videos on your channel, create playlists, and engage with your community. In this module we will explain the essentials of YouTube strategy and optimisation. Furthermore, with an estimated 70% of all watch time on YouTube being driven by recommendations from YouTube’s algorithm, this module covers all bases for ensuring your YouTube videos and channels are as visible as possible.

YouTube Analytics & Monetisation: YouTube is undoubtedly a key platform for music discovery. Understanding your audience, content performance and how to earn revenue from the platform are therefore essential. This ‘YouTube Analytics & Monetisation’ module serves as a deep dive into how to make sense of YouTube’s new artist-focused analytics platform in order to fuel your channel growth.

We will explain the most important metrics, how they are measured and how they contribute towards your success on YouTube. Impressions, CTR, engagement, audience retention – which are the most important metrics to keep track of and what actionable insights can we retrieve from them? Following the discussion on analytics, we look at the various ways an artist’s YouTube channel can be monetised in order to create a revenue stream from the platform.

We look forward to welcoming you to this workshop series on March 28, 2022!  Music Ally will also be hosting private mentoring sessions on March 30, 2022 (applicants selected by a committee).


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Upcoming workshops
19/04 – Direct-to-fan – Time TBD
23/05 – Short Form Video Masterclass – Time TBD
20/06 – Livestreaming and social commerce – Time TBD

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Went online: 01.02.2022

|lx music workshop – Streaming Masterclass

Deadline for registration: 21/02/2022

General Workshop: February 28, 2022 (open to all applicants)
Mentoring Session: March 2, 2022 (applicants selected by committee)
All dates begin at 10:00am CEST

How do you optimize your profile on streaming platforms? How can you reach the widest audience and drive engagement across key streaming platforms? Find out in our next workshop with Music Ally to learn how to leverage streaming platforms and build your profile with the analytical tools available in Spotify, Apple Music and YouTube Studio. You’ll also understand the nuances of marketing artists and music on streaming services.

We look forward to welcoming you to this workshop series on February 28, 2022!  Music Ally will also be hosting private mentoring sessions on March 2, 2022 (applicants selected by a committee).

Deadline to apply: February 21, 2022.

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Upcoming workshops:
28/03 – YouTube Masterclass – Timing TBD
19/04 – Direct-to-fan – Timing TBD
23/05 – Short Form Video Masterclass – Timing TBD
20/06 – Livestreaming and social commerce – Timing TBD

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Went online: 09.12.2021

|lx workshop – How to internationalise your project: Markets and strategies (performing arts)

Deadline for registration: 04/02/2022

You dream to catapult your project or project idea into an international future?

In this workshop we will study your project to define together the importance of its presence on specific international markets and help you to develop a long-term strategy thanks to an analysis of the environments in different countries of the world and a mapping of festivals and visibility spots.

Kultur | lx is thrilled to welcome Iva Horvat from Art Republic for our first ever performing arts focused workshop that will take place from 07 to 10 February 2022 at Rotondes.

This hands-on workshop is directed to Professionals working in the performing arts (directors, choreographers, producers, managers and other professionals). You will have ample space to discuss your specific project with an experienced trainer and other participants, fine-tune your strategy and present it to other professionals.

What should you expect to learn about?

  • Study the project and define the importance of its presence on a specific international market.
  • Development of long-term strategy with the artist and the project.
  • Analysis of the environments in different countries of the world.
  • Mapping of festivals and visibility spots for the project.
  • Application of methods and tools to put in practice a strategy in specific space and time.
  • Communication: How? When? And what for?
  • Values and principles to elaborate a profile in an environment.
  • Creativity in forming new and unique methods and forms of work, for self-defining as a professional. Producing yourselves.
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Went online: 08.11.2021

|lx music workshop – The DIY Musician/Music Entrepreneur

Deadline for registration: 29/11/2021

Kultur | lx is thrilled to be working with Music Ally for our first ever music industry-focused workshops and training sessions. As a global leader in digital training for the music industry, Music Ally has trained thousands of industry professionals and artists. A knowledge and skills company, it provides insight to indies, publishers, major labels as well as artists and managers globally. Music Ally’s mission is to help the music industry embrace digital platforms and build sustainable careers for artists across the globe. 

Of particular relevance to this project is Music Ally’s global efforts to support developing regions working with partners to democratise access to the best information and training resources with social impact at the core. Sharing Music Ally’s core values, Kultur | lx has identified a need to support the Luxembourgish music sector with a series of professional development workshops with a particular focus on music business fundamentals, release marketing and fan-base growth.

We look forward to welcoming you to our second set of workshops on December 7 & 9, 2021, focused on The DIY Musician/Music Entrepreneur.
Registration is required before November 29th. (Places are limited – first come, first served).

What should you expect to learn about?

  • An overview of the Distribution landscape, the key players, their offerings, cost structures and how to make the right choice for your strategy/needs.
  • Panel discussion with a distribution and DIY specialist who will give tips on the best way to do things independently.
  • Using fan data and tools to build a tour, including Shazam, YouTube, and Spotify.
  • Looking at tools like ToneDen to increase ticket sales and general promotion of tours.
  • Interactive panel discussions surrounding live and touring.

More information here.

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