Intercult is a part of Nordic Forum for Intercultural (NFI), that this December organizes a conference in Oslo about tools and strategies that can be used for a more inclusive cultural sector. The conference marks the end of the project An Inclusive cultural life in the Nordics. As a result of the project, the report [...]
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Connecting Georgia (2019-2020) is an artistic project that aims at developing and discussing tools that can be helpful to tackle the challenges for sites with post-industrial cultural heritage. The project connects the city of Batumi with other european cities engaged in the Memory of Water Creative Europe EU project. From the last decade some [...]
See the film to the right from the conference Nordic Dialogues, that was held in Oslo between 2-3 December! Nordic Forum for Interculture (NFI) is a cross boarder network of nordic resource centers that work to promote cultural diversity. Intercult is a part of NFI, that organized the conference in Oslo about tools and [...]
I_Improve (2018-2021) is a cooperative European project. The partnership consists of 6 members from the River//Cities platform: Sweden, Belgium, Austria, Italy, Poland and Lithuania. The common framework is promoting audience engagement through culture, especially in waterfront areas. Its priorities are social inclusion, open and innovative practices in the digital area, and adult education. During 20-22 [...]
During 14-19 October the artistic residency in Gdansk took place - a part of the project Memory of Water, which is developed by members of the River Cities Network. The residency was hosted by the Baltic Sea Cultural Centre, and at Intercult we are happy to be the lead partner of the Memory of Water-project. [...]
Take part of the short documentary film about Gdansk Shipyard to the right. Description of the film: Gdansk Shipyard. The world-famous place of birth and victory of Solidarity. Place of construction of modern ships and a source of prosperity of Gdańsk for almost 150 years. For large machines and small people, always full, consciously [...]
S.O.S. Climate Waterfront is an interdisciplinary project consisting of 10 parts, from Portugal, Turkey, the Netherlands, Greece, Poland and Sweden. The project aims at finding strategies and methods to create sustainable infrastructure and urban planning in urban waterfronts in Europe. Intercult is representing the cultural perspective of the project. During September, Intercult had a [...]
Now it is time to register your school to the Juventus Translatores (young translators) 2019! Juvenes Translatores is a translation contest being held for high school students born in 2002 to designate the best young translators in the European Union. The aim of the contest is to promote language skills, and the profession of translation. [...]
Take part of the film from Levadia! The residency in Levadia in Greece is a part of the project Memory of Water. It is 13 minutes long and shows artists and participants of the project, and shows the importance of the Erkyna river, for the city and for the people there. Watch the film [...]
Take part of our first, investigatory month in Lisbon in March 2019 via the video to the right. The visit in Lisbon was a part of the project S.O.S. Climate Waterfront, an interdisciplinary research project that investigates areas close to water in Europe that are threatened by climate changes. The project collects different disciplines [...]