Collaborations
For Large-Scale Projects and Programs

We consider proposals annually when planning the next year's program

Point of contact, full name
Organization you represent
E-mail
Phone number
Areas (you can choose several): music, visual art, theater, performance, literature, new media, architecture, design, photography, other
Project title
Brief project description (up to 100 words)
Project to continue from (date) to (date)
What is the project's purpose? Performance indicators, outcomes
Project formats (you can choose several): exhibition, concert, party, play, conference, research, presentation, lecture, other
Project's target audience. Who are the participants? Who are the viewers and visitors?
Project's target audience. Who are the participants? Who are the viewers and visitors?
What is the media component of your project? How do you plan to inform the audience before and after project completion? How will the project be documented?
Names of participating artists, speakers, experts; portfolio links
Names of your team members, their roles
Project partners, sponsors, grant givers and donors
Expected attendance
Do you intend to sell tickets? What is the pricing policy?
Additional materials, project presentation
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Project budget
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Dnipro Center for Contemporary Culture values viable professional projects.

We promote interdisciplinarity, innovativeness, reasoning, coherence, transparency, inclusivity, sustainability. We avoid collaborations with political, religious and radical initiatives.

If your proposal has not been accepted, this means it does not meet the desired criteria, or the DCCC's event calendar is full at the time.