24 publications found
Transition to Euphoria (ELEUSIS21)
Cultural strategy Croatia English
The 2013-2020 Strategy of Cultural Development of the City of Rijeka was developed in 2012. Following a broad public debate, it was adopted on 19 March 2013 by the City of Rijeka City Council with a view to modernising the system of financing and management of culture and instigating a number of changes in the management of the city's cultural resources.
Cultural strategy Lithuania English
Kaunas City Cultural Strategy, SWOT analysis and extract.
Cultural strategy Italy English
Matera 2019 Cultural Strategy
Cultural strategy Ireland English
Galway 2020 Cultural strategy
Cultural strategy Hungary English
Veszprém-Balaton 2023 Cultural strategy
Cultural strategy Malta English, Maltese
The Valletta 2018 Cultural Programme kicks off on the 20th of January 2018: a collection of over 140 projects and 400 events taking place throughout the European Capital of Culture year. Valletta 2018 has invested strongly in a programme that sees the involvement of around 1000 local and international artists, curators, artist collectives, performers, workshop leaders, writers, designers, choirs and film-makers. While a number of international artists are collaborating with locals throughout the 2018 programme, Maltese artists are travelling to our twin European Capital of Culture Leeuwarden in the Netherlands as well as other cities in Cyprus, Japan, Poland and Greece. The 2018 programme is based on a direct investment of €10 million in the cultural sector. At the centre of the 2018 programme are several infrastructure projects designed to evolve and expand well beyond 2018. Among these are MUŻA, the Valletta Design Cluster, Is-Suq tal-Belt and Strait Street.
Cultural strategy Serbia English
In the Central-Eastern Europe, Novi Sad is perceived as an open and exciting city with a number of impressive and internationally recognisable cultural institutions, events and creative minds. This is a city where various European and local identities meet and merge, where old cultural values are constantly revived and new ones created with the support of the international and local public. However, it is also a city that knows it can do more and better. This is why we see our candidacy for the European Capital of Culture as a top platform for joint creative experiment, dialogue and new encounters in the cultural scene of our city, whose devel- opment contours have already being set on that basis. This means that the ECoC Novi Sad 2021 programme proceeds from the broadest concept of culture as a mode of life and expression, from aesthetic behaviour and meeting people’s needs to a model for communication with others and one’s sur- roundings. It encompasses all the horizontal and vertical aspects of culture affecting the quality of urban life, giving a chance to all those who want to become actively involved and creatively participate in the project. In order to make this vision a reality, we have pushed into the background the tra- ditional, institutionally orchestrated access to culture, creating cultural programmes through open, creative communication and new creative platforms. We believe that the demystification of culture is possible only if it comes out into the streets and other public places, if it appears in unexpected locations and among people who are not frequent attenders at elite cultural events.
Cultural strategy Bulgaria English
Plovdiv Cultural Development Strategy provides a common framework and guidelines for development of the culture and creativity sectors in a period of dynamic cultural renewal of the city. The approach in drafting this document is based on transparency, democracy, active dialog, expert knowledge, and access to information.
Cultural strategy English
More Creative is an ambitious, strategic initiative dedicated to creating business growth and jobs by developing the creative industries. The initiative is lead by Central Denmark region in partnership with Aarhus 2017 to make Denmark a global player in the creative economy.