Recent press releases & media coverage:
'Courageous Citizens' will be published on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the ECF Princess Margriet Award for Culture. The book contains inspiring examples of artists and artists initiatives that have made a difference in their community (local, national and supra-national), texts by visionary thinkers, artists and writers and shows how ‘courageous citizens’ have contributed to positive social change in these fields.
- Expected: May 2018
During the opening weekend of Leeuwarden - European Capital of Culture 2018 - and in the run up to municipal elections in the Netherlands, the European Cultural Foundation partnered with Netwerk Democratie and Kunsten'92 in organising a workshop how municipalities can successfully involve citizens in cultural policy.
Alison Harvey shares insights on the development of her toolkit to support the use of games for creative expression in community groups. She also touches on collaborating with other Idea Camp participants.
Migrant Voices, an R&D grantee of the 2017 Idea Camp 'Moving Communities', shares some insights on her work in Slovenia.
This book explores the concept of the Idea Camp and the communities it has brought together.
New report on cultural spillovers by European Research Partnership on Creative and Cultural Spillovers - with four case studies.
A true civic-philanthropic collaboration… Is it that difficult to imagine?
We talk to Marta Slawinska on her idea 'World Recipe Exchange', which grows into a great cultural project in Limerick, Ireland and beyond.
In a series of interviews with the 2017 R&D grantees of the Idea Camp, we talk to Paris Legakis, who is about to start his residency at Medialab Prado
On 15 November, the European Commission published the communication Strengthening European Identity through Education and Culture to contribute to the European leaders meeting in Gothenburg. Finally, education and culture have become part of the EU social agenda.