The partnership consists of 6 members from the River//Cities platform: Sweden, Belgium, Austria, Italy, Poland, and Lithuania. The common framework is promoting audience engagement through culture, especially in waterfront areas. Its priorities are social inclusion, open and innovative practices in the digital area, and adult education.
The Arts broaden perspectives and encourage mutual understanding. In other words, the Arts have the ability to engage with citizens, both established and newly arrived, through cultural and creative interventions. Therefore, there is a clear demand for new and innovative practices and formats, hence requiring different competences from the staff of cultural organisations.
Cultural organisations need to join forces when facing current social challenges. Being able to share and learn from peers in the same working field throughout Europe can strengthen the professionalism of its staff members. On a European and global level strong teamwork, connecting competencies, and sharing responsibilities and workload are factors that contribute to citizen education and intercultural dialogue.
Project’s timeline: 01 09.2018 – 30.06.2021 – 34 moths.
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