Kreativa Europa Desk Kultur/Kulturrådet har intervjuat Iwona Preis, VD på Intercult, om Kreativa Europaprojekt Memory of Water.

By |2021-04-05T13:38:13+00:00April 5th, 2021|Europe Direct Intercult (English), Memory of Water, News, Projects|

Kreativa Europa Desk Kultur/Kulturrådet har intervjuat Iwona Preis, VD på Intercult, om vårat Kreativa Europaprojekt Memory of Water.   Memory of Water är ett konstnärslett projekt som utforskar vilken påverkan konstnärer kan ha på post-industriella och sjönära områden i Europa. Konstnärer från flera europeiska länder samarbetade med stads- och kulturplanerare, politiker och engagerade kulturorganisationer för [...]

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A Cultural Deal for Europe NORDIC CHAPTER

By |2021-03-24T15:46:23+00:00March 22nd, 2021|Culture Action (English), Europe Direct Intercult (English), News|

Culture is the anchor that binds us together. It is the cornerstone of the European project and a driving force for the continent's future. Culture has enormous inherent value and makes a huge contribution to the economy. Culture has always been a vital social glue and resource, capable of healing wounds during difficult times. The [...]

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Building social capital: a methodology

By |2021-03-18T16:17:09+00:00March 18th, 2021|I_Improve, News|

International cooperations and transnational projects have long since been Intercult’s forté, but times and focus have changed during recent years. We have therefore expanded our focus. For Intercult to remain relevant, on a local, national och international level, we needed to adapt. International projects are no longer the primary interest of our financial beneficiaries and [...]

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I_Improve Conversations

By |2021-03-03T23:11:28+00:00March 3rd, 2021|I_Improve, News|

2021 is here and we are preparing for the last year of the I_Improve project! Time has truly flown by and we are very excited for this last run. A lot has happened these past three years, and to learn as much as possible from our experiences all of the partner organisations have participated in [...]

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Memory of Water – a final reflection of project coordinator Iwona Preis

By |2021-01-18T08:46:29+00:00January 18th, 2021|Memory of Water, News, Projects, Uncategorized (English)|

From 2018, Intercult has been a lead partner in Memory of Water project co- funded by Creative Europe - building upon collaboration of 6 partner cities, based on local participation and co-creation. Memory of Water explores post-industrial cultural heritage on waterfronts in the context of urban planning and community development. Over two years, the participating partners : [...]

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Woven Network – Exhibition Opening 12-19 December

By |2020-12-11T23:22:44+00:00December 11th, 2020|News, Woven Network|

Woven Network - Opening of the digital art exhibition 12 - 19 December 2020 To exhibition website  The international digital art-residency “Woven network” is running to the final stage. We proudly announce the opening of the final exhibition from 12 to 19 of December. During the opening week, we will present the works of 7 [...]

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Memory of Water Webinar – 16 December (Part 2)

By |2020-12-11T23:31:09+00:00December 11th, 2020|Archive (English), Memory of Water, News, Seminars & Conferen, Uncategorized (English)|

Invitation to webinars on Wednesday 16 December What's the future of waterfront heritage zones in the post industrial cities of Europe? Part 1: 12.13:30 CET Part 2: 14-15:30 CET Part 2 : 14-15.30 CET  Impact of Memory of Water - from the artists' perspective, from the partners' perspective In these two webinars we invite you [...]

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Memory of Water Webinar – 16 December (Part 1)

By |2020-12-16T10:04:13+00:00December 11th, 2020|Archive (English), Connecting Georgia, Memory of Water, News, Seminars & Conferen, Uncategorized (English)|

Invitation to webinars on Wednesday 16 December What's the future of waterfront heritage zones in the post industrial cities of Europe? Part 1: 12.13:30 CET Part 2: 14-15:30 CET Part 1 : 12-13.30 CET  Impact of culture and European projects- from cultural planners and expert's perspective  In these two webinars we invite you to [...]

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CEO Iwona Preis’ reflection on Memory of Water and Connecting Georgia

By |2020-12-11T12:28:42+00:00December 10th, 2020|Archive (English), Connecting Georgia, Memory of Water, News, Projects|

The Golden Balance- Between Artistic Expression and Cultural Heritage Preservation Yesterday Intercult in collaboration with Batumi House Argani in Georgia broadcasted an international webinar on the subject of art encounters in public space and heritage preservation. Ana Riaboshenko, Art Curator – Contemporary Art Space Batumi, remembered Intercult visiting Adjara region in Georgia with Seas and [...]

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Time strollers – Stockholm, Water city in transformation – a conversation between artists and urban planners

By |2020-12-07T14:31:44+00:00November 30th, 2020|Archive (English), Connecting Georgia, Memory of Water, News, Seminars & Conferen|

Memory of Water is an artist-led project exploring post-industrial cultural heritage on waterfronts in the context of urban planning and community development. Over two years, participating partners from six countries (Intercult in Sweden, Stad Ostend in Belgium, the Municipality of Levadia in Greece, BSCC in Poland, Fablevision in Scotland, and Ormston House in Ireland) [...]

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