The 9th Danube Cultural Conference from 8-10 May in Ulm has ended successfully. The team of the European Danube Academy thanks all speakers and participants of the conference and especially the funding partners. We found the exchange very fruitful and look forward to further cooperation.Read more!
Danube Conference on Culture in Ulm 8-10 May 2022Read more!
CONGRATULATIONS to all awardees of the Danube Small Project Fund (DSPF)! This unique financing initiative seeks to support small scale art and culture cooperation projects in the Danube region. In this very first round of the DSPF, the jury has selected 5 project proposals for funding announced in an online public Award Event. And the winners are... - "Between You and Me" (Klara Hahn, DE) - "The Transformative Power of Open Spaces" (LAMES/Sonnenpark Association for Art, Culture and Nature, AT) - "Living Cultural Treasures of the Danube" (ILEU e.V., DE) - "Danube bridges. Literature about the Danube at the Danube" (Stiftung Drei Raben, HU) - "Danube Day of Music 2022" (Jeunesses Musicales Hungary, HU) The European Danube Academy would like to express her gratitude to all DSPF partner institutions, the members of the jury and of course all applicants for their valuable proposals!Read more!
Due to the current pandemic situation, we are forced to postpone the conference until early 2022.Read more!
Without financial contributions it would not be possible to implement a Danube Cultural Conference on the scale we have been doing for many years now. Against this background, it is particularly important for us to present the institutions that make this important work possible in the first place. We would like to take this opportunity to thank our partners for their commitment, which cannot be taken for granted.Read more!
The Danube Conference on Culture and Danube Small Projects Fund team is pleased to present the new website. Take a look around and explore our programmes. We would be delighted to welcome you to Ulm soon and/or to receive your applications for exciting cultural projects. If you have any questions or suggestions about the events and/or the website, please contact us.Read more!
The 9th International Danube Conference on Culture in Ulm will take place from 21-23 November 2021. The main objective of the annual forum is to look at the Danube region as a unique but extremely diverse cultural area and to offer a platform for exchange that creates new collaborations among artists, cultural institutions and decision-makers. The DCC conferences have become a well-known platform for presenting interesting projects, discussing cultural-political issues and promoting our region’s chances of great cultural diversity and creativity through transnational cooperation.Read more!