Join us for an advocacy and future-scaping session on the role of culture and the arts in non-urban areas.
Are you a culture or arts professional working in or with areas outside of large cities, or on their peripheries? In rural countryside, small towns, cities under 50 000 inhabitants, residential suburbs, mountain and remote regions, islands, or any type of in-between territory that does not meet the definition of "urban"? Are you dealing with challenges related to poor access and infrastructures, lack of connection with urban projects, sparse population, wasteland-style territorial planning, environmental changes, or simply a lack of visibility and funding schemes?
We are co-organising a joint policy meeting with partners Culture Action Europe, IETM and Trans Europe Halles, to bring your projects, challenges and needs to the attention of European policymakers.
This half-day event in Brussels is free and open to all on registration.
Sneak peek at the programme
- A networking breakfast with policy makers and key actors of the cultural field
- Presentation of the joint Culture Action Europe, ENCC, IETM and TEH policy paper
- Debate and discussion with stakeholders
Who should attend?
Cultural operators, artists, educators, researchers, policymakers and other stakeholders with a relationship to culture and the arts, contemporary creation, non-urban areas, social inclusion, territorial development, the ecological transition, social and cultural innovation.
Where and when?
The event is hosted from 9:30 to 11:30 at De Markten, Rue du Vieux Marché aux Grains 5, 1000 Brussels (metro Sainte-Catherine, tram Bourse).
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