Salzburg Global Forum for Young Cultural Innovators III | report online
The report from the third annual Salzburg Global Forum for Young Cultural Innovators is now available online to read, download and share.
The Salzburg Global Forum for Young Cultural Innovators (YCI Forum), is an annual series that supports emerging young artists and cultural actors who are using innovative practices to catalyze urban transformation in their communities.
Our biggest and most diverse cohort of sixty-four young cultural leaders from sixteen different cities, including six new hubs, gathered in the Schloss Leopoldskron, Salzburg, Austria in mid-October 2016. Salzburg Global was fortunate enough to host future innovators from Albania, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bulgaria, Greece, Japan, the Mekong Delta Region, the Philippines, South Africa, South Korea, Russia, and the United States.
This group of young leaders spent a week in each other’s company, exploring concepts on how to foster strong culture in order to transform communities. The YCI Fellows, passionate about the growth in their local hubs, connected with like-minded individuals to spread their innovative thinking with a global network. With a revitalized energy towards their work, the YCI Fellows returned to their communities with new perspectives and ideas on their role as leading innovators.
More information and report download here
If you are interested to apply to join the 4th Salzburg Global Forum for Young Cultural Innovators 14-19 October 2017, take a look at the call for participants. There is no published deadline and limited scholarships are available for the fees, which do not cover travel to Salzburg.
The Salzburg Global Forum for Young Cultural Innovators III is part of a ten-year multi-year series, which is generously supported by: Albanian-American Development Foundation; America For Bulgaria Foundation; American Express; Arts South Australia; Asia-Europe Foundation; Cambodian Living Arts; Edward T. Cone Foundation; Lloyd A. Fry Foundation; Korea Foundation; the McKnight Foundation; Red Bull Amaphiko; The Kresge Foundation; Japan Foundation; Stavros Niarchos Foundation; Adena and David Testa; and the Yeltsin Center.
More information on the session can be found here: www.salzburgglobal.org/go/569.
More information on the series can be found here: yci.salzburgglobal.org