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 on art; opportunities to (re) interpret culture and promote intercultural dialogue.
IMPROVISA – Life in motion is a two-year European project, funded by the Creative Europe program, under the sub-program “Support for European cooperation projects 2020 EACEA-32-2019 – Small-scale cooperation projects”.
ECCOM works together with My Documenta (Spain), project coordinator, the National Museum of Contemporary Art (EMST) in Athens (Greece), Galeria Labirynt in Lublin (Poland) and the National Museum of Contemporary History (ΜNZS) in Ljubljana (Slovenia) .
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