How to join / collaborate with Cerealia
- organizing partner (organizations wishing to propose initiatives to be carried out on their own, both in Rome and/or in other Italian cities, adhering to the organizational network in accordance with the format of the festival) Applications to join as a organizing partner to the 10th edition of Cerealia can be sent and will be accepted by March 31, 2020. – download the format of participation.
- technical partner (exchange goods and / or services)
- media partner (traditional media, web and social)
- scientific partner (organizations that want to support the organization of the festival in terms of contributions to cultural and / or scientific disciplines covered by the festival: es. speaker at round tables, detailed text for Cerealia’s website, reporting specific studies and research, etc.).
- sponsors / supporters (organizations interested in supporting the festival in exchange of visibility of their brand, co-marketing activities, benefits, promotions, etc.).
- patronage (public institutions and / or private organizations, national and international)
- twinning (other festivals, events and similar project, national and international)
CRITERIA FOR THE PARTICIPATION IN THE CEREALIA FESTIVAL
All organizations or private citizens interested in organizing an event within the Cerealia Festival, can apply for one or more initiatives by filling in the appropriate form downloadable in this page. The direction of the Festival will communicate via e-mail to the organization its evaluation of the proposal (s) within 10 days from the date of submission of the application.
Each event must meet the following criteria: a) have a clear and explicit relevance to the annual theme of the Festival; b) take place during the Cerealia Festival dates. All other events proposed in anticipation or subsequent to the end of the Cerealia Festival, will be accepted as activities for the “Dissemination of the Festival”; c) not have commercial purposes; d) adopt the festival’s sustainability guidelines; e) follow the communication and graphic rules of the Festival.
Farms, processors and food companies, small and large retail trade, catering, business-related unusual sectors - such as cosmetics, clothing, distillation, ecology – could present theirself to the public, offering their own history and activities, which will be linked to cultural and scientific seminars, in moments of entertainment and gastronomy.
- The Festival’s numbers 2011 – 2019 (in the enclosed file the comparation between the different Festival editions)
- Report of the audience survey for Cerealia 2012 (summary of the interviews conducted with the collaboration of AIESEC Rome)
- Report of the audience survey for Cerealia 2013 (summary of the interviews conducted by MThI during the Festival)