Crowdfunding and the Commons: reports from our Connected Action for the Commons hubs

Our Connected Action for the Commons hubs are very much engaged with each other, exchanging knowledge and creating learning opportunities for their respective communities on topics that are at the core of their work: the Commons, Public Space, Culture and Economy. In December 2015,  Les Tetes de l’Art (France) and Platoniq - Goteo (Spain) co-organised crowdfunding workshops in Marseille, and Subtopia (Sweden) has visited Goteo in Barcelona to further discuss crowdfunding knowledge and sharing opportunities.

Ina Studenroth from Les Têtes de l’art, reports back from the two-day workshop led by Goteo in Marseille, while Enric Senabre, from Goteo, looks back at the Marseille workshop and its follow-up discussions in Sweden with Subtopia. 

About Connected Action for the Commons
Led by ECF together with six cultural organisations from across Europe: Culture 2 Commons  -Alliance Operation CityClubture NetworkRight to the City - (Croatia), Les Tetes de l’Art (France),Krytyka Polityczna (Poland), Oberliht (Moldova), Platoniq - Goteo (Spain), and Subtopia (Sweden), the network works on topics such as the Commons, Public Space, Culture and Economy as a group and in their independent, diverse activities. We are co-developing and exchanging expertise and engaging local communities into the work we do. The aim of the programme is to scale up our activities, combine our influence, highlight and connect new practices with European policy makers and gain knowledge from each other.