The conference bringing together all strands of the Mobile.Home project was a successful four day event attended by 515 participants from 43 countries (of which 192 were from Finland). There was a total of 30 sessions and 27 artistic productions were shown as part of the artistic programme of a Finnish Showcase.
The working session reports are available for download here:
Training for Cultural Mobility
T. 1 Organising Digital Cultural Content and Virtual Mobility
T. 2 Mobility in the (Performing) Arts in Europe: Drivers and Barriers
T. 3 Cultural Networks – Real and Virtual Pathways to Cooperation
T. 4 How to Moderate a Discussion
I.C. 1 BaltMet – A Practical Example of Mobility; Will it Work?
I.C. 2 Transmission – In From the Margins*
I.C. 3 A New Start for Nordic Cultural Co-operation and Funding
I.C. 4 Presentation Helpdesk and Pearle* research
I.C. 5 LabForCulture
I.C. 6 Causes and Consequences of the Mobility of Individuals
Plenary Panel Discussion
Debate “Why mobility?”
M.G. 1 Exchanging Network Experiences
M.G. 2 Mobility for Cultural Operators
M.G. 3 Mobility in Dance: Enough or Further?
M.G. 4 New Plays Travel around Europe... Playwrights Still Don't!
M.G. 5 When it’s All Over and Everyone’s Back Home: the Aftermath of Cultural Exchange – Artists’ Residencies
M.G. 6 Mobility and Diversity
M.G. 7 How to Stay Mobile in the Midst of Changing Cultural Policies?
M.G. 8 The Golden Cage: Enter and Access to the EU Fortress
M.G. 9 Inclusion / Opening Doors
M.G. 10 When Theatres Die – Mobility and Site Specific Work
W.G. 1 Digital Tools for Cultural Mobility: Enhancing the User’s Experience
W.G. 2 “A harp is a piano after taxes” – Pragmatic Solutions to Double Taxation and
W.G. 3 Solutions to Difficulties of Mobility Linked to Visa and Work Permit Requirements
W.G. 4 Solutions to Difficulties of Mobility Linked to Social Security
W.G. 5 “Playing a Swedish version of Beckett, in Finland, by a Portuguese company” – Finding Solutions to Difficulties of Mobility Linked to the Use of Intellectual Property Rights
W.G. 6 Mobility in Asia – Case Studies in Korea and Japan