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We asked managers of the European capitals of culture from 2022 to 2025, five same questions to understand their expectations in a clear and concise way. Each interview is preceded by a fact sheet on that European capital of culture. The format is the same for all. At the end of the series of interviews we will try to make a synthesis of objectives, trends, expectations by the Ecocs. After Novi Sad 2022, Esch2022, Kaunas2022 , Veszprem2023, 2023 Elefsina and Timisoara2023, today we talk about Tartu, European capital of culture 2024.

It’s time to involve the energy of volunteers in our activities…” that’s Jaan Ulst’s message, the leader of Tartu 2024 volunteers. An announcement to people who want to help during the events and get involved for the summer period from May to August 2021.

The Tartu 2024 delegation travelled over 1000 kilometres and visited 19 Southern Estonian municipalities over the course of four days. The cooperation agreement was signed by Priit Mikk, Member of the Board at Tartu 2024; Urmas Klaas, Chairman of the Supervisory Council and the Mayor of Tartu; and the Mayor (vallavanem) of every respective municipality. The agreement is the basis for preparing and implementing the major European event - it guides the creation, marketing, and funding of the European Capital of Culture’s regional programme.

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