UNCHARTED Co-Creation Workshop “Cultural Values in the Cultural Sphere: a European Perspective”

Share

The UNCHARTED project is delighted to announce the first of a series of three co-creation workshops planned by the Consortium in the framework of the investigation action. The aim of the initiatives is to combine the generation of knowledge with the creation of a common understanding and a shared approach to the themes addressed by the research of UNCHARTED.
This upcoming event will be hosted and coordinated by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto.
Through an extended dialogue between the whole UNCHARTED Consortium, some members of the project Advisory Board and other invited stakeholders, it will develop an examination of the factors shaping the value of culture in Europe and will carry out a systematic comparison between perspectives on different areas of cultural practice where these values emerge.
The programme includes sessions devoted to present and discuss the results of WP1. The case studies carried out in WP2 are presented in parallel sessions focused on the three main areas of the project: cultural participation, cultural production and cultural administration. Advisory Board members will act as discussants in these sessions.
Another kind of sessions will confront the synthetic representations of the configuration of values in the different areas of cultural practice that will be elaborated along WP2 with practical reflections by selected stakeholders.
Additionally, in a final session partners and stakeholders will debate about the Covid-19 impact on the values of culture in cultural participation in view of generating policy recommendations for cultural institutions at a time of recovery of normality.
Visit the Porto co-creation workshop’ s webpage to stay up to date with the latest news.

 

Leave a Reply


Related Articles

UNCHARTED project presented at the 1st MESOC International Workshop
  “Societal Impacts of Culture: A transitional Perspective”: this is the titled of the 1st international workshop that was held online by MESOC, the H2020 sister project of UNCHARTED. The meeting provided the opportunity to discuss with experts and stakeholders the role of culture in urban change, as well as methodological and operational approaches needed to support social impacts assessment and evaluation. The agenda was scheduled in several sessions during which MESOC partners pr...
The European heritage tribune newsletter: the first pan-European news platform for all people invol...
EHT is a free digital newsletter for European heritage professionals. It aims to build a lasting European network by sharing knowledge, connecting people and the cultural and creative sectors. With its monthly publication, it offers an overview of the most important heritage news, calls, events, opinions and best practices from all European Countries, covering a very wide range of themes such as digitization, sustainable tourism, archeology, policy, intangible heritage, building. The European ...
Outcomes of UNCHARTED participation presented at KISMIF International Conference
In July, members of the members of the UNCHARTED Consortium were invited to participate to the International KISMIF Conference ‘Keep It Simple, Make It Fast! DIY Cultures and Global Challenges’ (KISMIF 2021). The event goal was to foster a debate on the artistic sector considered in its widest expression: music, theater, performing arts, cinema, literature and poetry, graffiti and urban art, graphic design, drawing, architecture, radio, graphic design, drawing, architecture, cartoons and comics…...
“The societal value of culture and the impact of cultural policies in Europe”: UNCHARTED at EVA 2021...
On June 14th 2021, the UNCHARTED project was presented at EVA Florence 2021, the “Foremost European Electronic Imaging Events in the Visual Arts”. The Conference was held at Palazzo del Pegaso, Regional Council of Tuscany, Florence and attended by participants on line. The key aim of this yearly meeting is to provide a Forum for the user, supplier and scientific research communities to debate and exchange experiences, ideas and plans in the wide area of Culture & Technology. Participant...