Tag: audience development

A focus on Rome, Barcelona and Berlin to facilitate the involvement of the most vulnerable communities and their social and

Digital technology to involve younger audiences, migrants and communities with difficulties in accessing artistic and cultural heritage.

An audience development strategy to improve public involvement in the activities of the House of European History.

The Mercati di Traiano renews the relationship with communities, broadens the experience of the public, explores new possibilities for interpreting

ECCOM supports RIJEKA for the promotion of its role as Capital of Culture 2020.

Digital tools offer a new boost to puppet shows.

A training and experimentation path involving museum operators, cultural mediators, students and migrant communities.

An intercultural training path, focused on exploring the potential of culture in the relationship with diversity.

A cooperation project between artists, theaters, festivals and cultural organizations to support contemporary dramaturgy in Europe.

An app that enriches the experience of the Paestum Archaeological Park and involves new audiences.

A study of audience development policies collecting paradigmatic experiences in Europe.

The cultural participation of migrants is connected to the improvement of the capacities of local cultural institutions to manage cultural

The promotion of cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue through the analysis of gender policies in the European cultural sector.

Training course dedicated to museum mediators/educators: communication, management of heritage education and training activities addressed to the public.

A project for sharing best practices to involve socially and economically marginalized groups in informal learning programs.

Science museums and research centres committed to engaging potentially marginalized young and adult citizens in lifelong learning activities.

A network of professionals in the museum education sector to promote museums as tools for lifelong education.

New learning opportunities for adult museum audiences, with particular attention to disadvantaged people.

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