European Academy for Modern Arts

Main directions for the activities of the European Academy for Modern

A project in Sofia

The most correct term to describe the future aspects of the European Academy
for Modern Art is as multifunctional. It will be a meeting point not only for
the arts but also a crossing point of different types of activities in the
sphere of cultural policies and the forms of ongoing education in the field of
arts. The structure of this complexity includes the following directions:

-The creation of a permanent Forum for modern arts through the organization
of international conferences, meetings and competitions with the aim of
expanding the information for  the professional circles and the wide public
in the field of  the contemporary state of  different arts

-The creation of a permanent Gallery with a renewable exposition which will
represent different examples of modern arts and will contribute to the dialogue
between artists.

-The development of different types of ongoing education in the field of arts
(architecture, visual arts, photography, computer graphics, installations,
etc.): postgraduate studies, postdoc specializations, artistic workshops,
courses for amateurs, etc.

-The establishment of a permanent Atelier developing its activities on the
basis of creating a synthesis between the arts and the virtual forms of artistic

-Promoting cooperation with renowned international artists and art critics
who will deliver lectures and will organize master courses.

Text for the declaration of European Cultural

“The European awards for Bulgarian architecture “VIZAR” were created with the
active support of the European Cultural Parliament. Their successful development
gave the opportunity for establishing a European Academy for Modern Arts with
headquarters in Sofia -  considered as a significant chance for the
synthesis of arts and development the processes for extension of the European

We are convinced that this is a real step in the direction of
overcoming the boundaries between the different arts and in the creation of a
dialogue between European cultures.”

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