The mapping project of the cultural planning process is progressing, as the culturability teams has finished its tour around the BSR region. They visited Gdansk in Poland, Kiel in Germany, Nakskov in Denmark, Riga in Latvia, Pori in Finland and Visaginas in Lithuania. On this tour, they conducted interviews with people living in the areas … » read more »
On the 24th of august 2017 the a meeting took place in Gdansk Poland, in which the next steps for the culturability project was discussed. The main subject was how to create inter-organisational workings between the citizens of a region and the local government. There were representatives from the six countries involved in the BSR … » read more »
The cultural mapping stage of the project will take place from March through to May 2017, with a final meeting in May, where findings of the mapping would be presented. The aim is, that the presentations from the local partners would be done in coherent way to allow participants to acknowledge more clearly the similarities … » read more »
From 1-3 March 2017, a three-day seminar will be held on Cultural Planning as a method to build cooperation between cities ‘cultural’ and ‘urban development’ departments. Cultural planning has in Europe and the Baltic Sea Region been developed over the last years as a method for creating socially inclusive collaboration involving all citizen groups on … » read more »
We are happy to announce that the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, Poland and the Ministry of Justice, Culture and European Affairs, Schleswig Holstein, as the coordinators of Policy Area Culture & Creative Sectors pre-selected the application “BSR Cultural Planning” for funding with Interreg. Baltic Sea Region Seed Money. The application has been found … » read more »
This video shows how Minecraft works as an innovative and interactive tool for modelling smart and sustainable regions around the Baltic Sea Region. This was presented at the EU Strategy Forum in Stockholm in November 2016. Cultural Gaming in the BSR from Danish Cultural Institute Latvia on Vimeo.
During this year’s Strategy Forum of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR) in Stockholm, the Culturability BSR workshop on “Cultural gaming as an innovative and interactive tool for modelling smart and sustainable regions” presented the future possibilities of gaming in the development of the Baltic Sea Region. The workshop on gaming as … » read more »
The workshop on Cultural Tourism was held in Vilnius from 28-29 October 2016. The participants gathered on a two-day workshop to share experiences and also to learn and get inspired from each other’s projects on cultural tourism in cooperation with Cultural & Creative Industries and the concept of digital reality. Concrete ideas were presented, which … » read more »
From September 29-30 2016 the second meeting of Culturability BSR II was successfully held in Jūrmala, Latvia. For two days the project groups worked intensely on developing a BSR action plan for a sustainable development in the region. In both groups participants were represented from different working fields, which provided good productive debates. The groups decided … » read more »
We are happy to announce that the registration for the EUSBSR strategy forum in Stockholm has been successfully completed. We will keep you updated on further news.