The Parallel Traces Intermediate Partners Meeting was held on July 1st 2019, hosted by AEPJ in our headquarter Casa Adret in Barcelona.
The day was a great occasion to evaluate the past few months of the project and to prepare for upcoming activities. Among the main takeaways, the partners renewed their joint effort and commitment to disseminate and spread the word about the project?s actions, particularly in light of the extended deadline of the Parallel Traces Contest (July 17th 2019). It was agreed that winners of the Contest will be announced during the first week of August; the first exhibition will then be held in Girona in October.
Each Guest Artist will travel to one of the Local Partners cities, and details about mobility allocations will be announced shortly. More information about the Project and the Contest guidelines can be found on the website at www.paralleltraces.eu
Parallel Traces is a cross-cutting, collaborative and cross-European project that offers a renewed look at the significance of Jewish heritage. The project presents a well-defined consortium that brings together 8 organisations from 5 EU and 2 non-EU countries. The consortium, led by The European Association for the Preservation and Promotion of Jewish Culture and Heritage (AEPJ) based in Luxembourg, also includes Culture and Media Agency Europe aisbl (Belgium), Imascono Art S.L. And local partners Patronat Call de Girona (Spain),Tacka Kommukacije (Serbia), Tarbut Foundation (Romania), Bente Kahan Foundation (Poland) and Israeli House (Georgia).