Baltic Sea Region project focuses on Urban Cultural Planning through Urban Labs 2019-2021
A series of Urban Labs and conferences will be held in cities across the Baltic Sea Region 2019-2021, to support collaborations on citizen-driven cultural planning. Part of the UrbCulturalPlanning Project supported by Interreg BSR.
Labs and events will be held in Denmark, Finland, Germany, Lithuania, Russian Federation (Kaliningrad), Latvia and Poland.
Check the Urb Cultural Planning project's calendar of events & save the dates!
The partners want to use culture and creativity to make living better in the neighborhoods in cities or in rural areas in the Baltic Sea Region. The main objective of the Urban Cultural Planning project is to advance the capacity of public authorities in the Baltic Sea Region (BSR)and local NGOs and associations to collaborate on citizen driven cultural planning. The project is a cross border partnership of 14 Project Partners and 36 Associated Organizations in 8 countries.
In this project the organisers will collect the methods of cultural planning in a toolkit and provide mentoring on the use of it. They will organize 10 Urban Labs to adapt cultural planning methods for wider use in the BSR, including topics of cultural mapping, cultural visioning, stimulating local social innovation etc.
More information: https://urbcultural.eu/…/information-about-our-project-eve…/