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Cluj Cultural Centre (CCC)

The leader of the project is a non-governmental organisation for cultural and urban development. The mission of the Centre is to mobilize culture, in partnership with other sectors, in order to contribute to both social transformation and urban development. Cluj Cultural Centre implements a comprehensive programme addressing strategic urban challenges and themes, through 12 interdisciplinary projects. The organization has more than 100 members: the local cultural organisations and institutions, the universities of Cluj-Napoca, business clusters, civil society organisations, local and regional administration.

The Centre for Fine Arts Brussels (BOZAR)

The Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels (BOZAR) stands out as a unique arts centre in Europe, hosting exhibitions, music concerts, performing arts, literature and debates. In the past ten years BOZAR has been transformed into a meeting place and a laboratory for society. This shift has been fuelled by BOZAR’s conviction that the arts and culture nourish imagination, inspire individuals and activate communities, while contributing new ways of thinking about social challenges. The ultimate manifestation of this transformation has been the creation of new programming departments such as BOZAR AGORA (created in 2013), as well as various transversal initiatives to build bridges between programmes, projects, departments, individuals and communities. Operating at the intersection of art, policy and society, BOZAR strives to organize projects and events that use culture to activate citizens and encourage them to participate in the democratic process. BOZAR AGORA brings together artists, intellectuals, philosophers, policy makers, scientists, entrepreneurs and citizens in order to reflect on current challenges, and stimulate a diversity of ideas and opinions.

UGM Maribor Art Gallery

is a regional museum and one of the central institutions for modern and contemporary art in Slovenia with the tradition going back to 1954. Its extensive experiences and professional activities are multifaceted and cover wide range of activities including curatorial work,research work, exhibition organisation, production of publications and educational activities. UGM has staff of professionals capable of administration, coordinating and monitoring complex projects as well as authority in conducting research, curating and other activities.

Fondazione Bruno Kessler

Fondazione Bruno Kessler is a research non-profit public interest entity. Being the result of a history that is more than half a century old, through 2 scientific hubs, 7 research centers, 410 researchers, 2 specialized libraries, 7 laboratories, FBK aims to results of excellence in science and technology with particular emphasis on interdisciplinary approaches and to the applicative dimension. BKF engages in
collaborations and exchange activities with research organizations, both institutional and corporate, national and international, which extend its innovation capability and involve the community and the local economy in the circulation of knowledge and technologies. BKF has an important experience in cultural research, mainly through the work of the Research Institute for the Evaluation of Public Policies under its umbrella, led by dr. prof Pier Luigi Sacco, one of the leading European figures in researching the impact of culture on social and economical development, including well-being.