ECF PRINCESS MARGRIET AWARD
Sixth Award – 2014
ECF is delighted to announce the new ECF Princess Margriet Award laureates for 2014 — Teatro Valle Occupato from Rome and Teodor Celakoski from Zagreb. The sixth ECF Princess Margriet Award will be presented at an official ceremony at BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts, in Brussels on 18 March 2014.
The ECF Princess Margriet Award is an annual award given to European artists and thinkers whose work shows the potential of culture to help create an inclusive Europe. Award laureates are change-makers who produce an exceptional work in highly divergent fields including the performing and visual arts, literature, music, film, cultural activism and media culture.
“Teatro Valle Occupato and Teodor Celakoski are very inspiring for all who are struggling against the wave of austerity measures and privatisation that have been threatening the sustainability of cultural institutions crucial for artistic and community life to flourish. We see once again that collective forms of action based on shared responsibility are presenting innovative and alternative models across many spheres, not only that of culture. This is what needs to be recognized, celebrated and upheld.”
— Rana Zincir Celal, Jury member
For more info on the Award: http://www.culturalfoundation.eu/pma6
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