Cultural innovation

On Sunday 26 September at the Fienile Festival in Tor Bella Monaca ECCOM met the local community for the first meeting of Amplify, a project that aims to include the most distant voices from the European discourse into the conference on the future of Europe. Together with the Tor Più Bella association and with the […]

Improvisa’s partners and artists meet in Valencia for a co-design workshop to elaborate, together with professionals from the cultural sector, developers and audience development experts, proposals for the interactive workshops that artists Claudio Beorchia, Smaragda Nitsopoulou, Ema Ferrerira and Paul Wiersbinski will hold over the course of residences in Greece, Poland and Slovenia. The co-creative

Amplify: Make the Future of Europe Yours kicks off with the live-streamed launch on September 7 of the press campaign accompanied by a series of simultaneous online activities in the 12 European countries involved. The project led by Culture Action Europe aims to gather a diffusion of different ideas and approaches to cultural change and

Dopo aver studiato le 36 proposte arrivate, un team di esaminatori composto dai cinque partner del progetto Improvisa. Life in motion ha decretato i quattro vincitori. Sono Claudio Beorchia (Italia), Smaragda Nitsopoulou (Grecia), Ema Ferreira (Portogallo), Renata Jaworska/Marcus Schwier (Polonia/Germania). Improvisa è un progetto culturale dell’Unione europea per aumentare l’accesso alla cultura e al patrimonio per il pubblico

Improvisa – Life in motion is looking for artists over the age of 18 residing in EU countries. 4 artists will be selected with their proposals for a multimedia reinterpretation of the collections of the partner museums and galleries – EMST in Athens, MNZS in Ljubljana, Galeria Labirynt in Lublin – to be shared through

Five partners in Italy, Spain, Greece, Poland and Slovenia promoting access to cultural heritage for young people, migrants and communities living far from centres of cultural production. This is IMPROVISA – Life in motion, the new European project that experiments with digital technology to develop new models of interaction and participation in processes that focus

ECCOM takes care of the development of a new mobile app for the Archaeological Park of Paestum. Personalized itineraries according to themes, duration and interests aim to improve accessibility and use of the archaeological site. The app is available in 6 languages ​​and in LIS language, and can be downloaded from the Apple and Google

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