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)
UGM Maribor Art Gallery
Fondazione Bruno Kessler
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.