The ENCC is lucky to have welcomed five new members in the first half of 2019. Five new seeds to start new projects and new collaborations within the ENCC community.
Let's find out more about them:
- Centrum Kultury Podgórza (local network, Poland) – The Centrum Kultury Podgórza has become one of the most significant creative organisations on the cultural map of Krakow and its Podgórze district. Its 18 clubs offer a large diversity of artistic and educational activities. Read more.
- RITUMS (local network, Latvia) – An active Culture and Folk Art Centre in Riga which has been running since 1995. Here the focus is on preserving immaterial cultural heritage and popularising traditional culture & applied arts. Read more.
- Non Riservato (associated member, Italy) – A network of 23 members focusing on the revitalisation and activation of public spaces through art and cultural interventions. Over the past years, Non Riservato has become one of the most important non-profit organisations active in urban public space. Read more.
- Il Mutamento Zona Castalia (associated member, Italy) – Founded in 1998 in Turin by theatre practitioner Giordano Amato, Mutamento is a professional theatre production company. Its focus is on original productions, cultural events and artistic workshops. Read more.
- Muzikator (associated member, Slovenia) – This new cultural institute in the medieval town of Škofja Loka offers music education for school children. Read more.
To the question “Why do you want to join the ENCC?”, they mentioned, among other wishes: to connect with other European cultural centres, to participate in staff/artist exchanges, to find partners for a Creative Europe project, to upscale their organisation to an international level, to test their knowledge in other contexts & to learn from others. The ENCC is excited to start new collaborations with them. Please don’t hesitate to give them a warm welcome and find out more about their activities on their member’s profiles!