At a glance
The DigiKommune project envisages skills development through tailored learning and knowledge exchange to enable creative businesses to take their work online. It focuses on female artists and creatives, running their own creative business, who would like to enhance their digital skills, and soft skills, in order to develop virtual online business models to reach out to prospective audiences and consumers across Europe.
Digital Art Space
To bring art to the masses, the Digital Art Space will provide female artists and creatives a series of recorded presentations and/or webinars, as well as providing a space called the “Digital Art Space” where female artists and creatives can reach out to one another and network across Europe.
European Skills Portfolio
Key information gained from the research conducted in partner countries, highlighting similarities and differences across EU, and the collection of skills needed by female artists and creatives to develop their creative businesses in a more digital setting to adapt to the Covid-19 era.
DigiKommune Facilitation Pack
A guide for enhancing female artists’ digital skills, that includes information about the methodologies and learning styles used, the session plans, piloting materials and exercises to use in each of the sessions.
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