News alert 2. First CulturalBase project workshop

International culture experts from both academia and civil society met in Barcelona from 30 September to 2 October for the first workshop in the project ‘CulturalBase. Social Platform of European Identities and Cultural Heritage’. With the twofold aim of identifying and selecting the main topics to be addressed during the project in each of the three primary areas identified – cultural memory, cultural inclusion and cultural creativity – and assessing the practical links between these topics and their importance to broader areas of study covered by CulturalBase, the workshop was structured as discussion sessions around documents drawn up by academic experts in each area (please see below) that summed up the state of affairs of the fundamental topics and provided food for thought to take the debate forward. The conclusions of this first workshop are now available on this website (click here to access the document). They provide the springboard for the academic research and shared production process, which will help bring about a common approach to the main challenges facing culture in Europe. Photographs and videos of the workshop are also available on this website (click here).
CulturalBase is funded by the European Union Horizon 2020 programme for research and innovation (grant agreement No. 649454) and implemented by a consortium involving several European partners.

Memory and heritage (click here to access the document)
Inclusion and identities (click here to access the document)
Creativity and heritage (click here to access the document)

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