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Cockpit Arts

Established in 1996, Cockpit Arts is an award-winning social enterprise recognised in 2019 on the NatWest SE100 index of top UK social enterprises and an accredited London

Ideas Factory

More than just a place to work, Ideas FactoryNUA is a creative community for digital businesses. Home to graphic designers, photographers, digital product designers, film makers, animators,

Factory of the future

Factory of the future aims to improve the growth conditions of creative entrepreneurs and attract new creative entrepreneurs in Southern Funen, which is an outlying area

C hoch 3

Creative Industries Coaching is an Austria-wide programme for CCIs to strengthen their entrepreneurial competence and cooperation skills. Within the framework of the “Creative Industries Strategy for

Farm Cultural Park

Farm Cultural Park is an art gallery and exhibition space located in Favara, Sicily in Italy. Farm Cultural Park opened in 2010, when Andrea Bartoli and

MyMachine

MyMachine gives a chance to inventive children and young people to find and create technical solutions for original ideas. Its uniqueness lies in the cooperation of

Bottom Up!

Bottom Up! When the city is transformed from bottom up – Festival of architecture Bottom Up! is the new Torino Festival of Architecture created by the

CLOCK

CLOCK is a Collective Learning Open Curriculum Kit that enables practitioners to being formally qualified. It is based on non-formal approaches to learning and operates at

BAŠTA cultural centre

Historic premises of the stronghold are becoming a new cultural centre (also the first one in the small city). The civic association dedicated their time

KVAD

Founded in 2014, The Association of Cultural Managers (KVAD) seeks to unite Lithuanian cultural managers, active practitioners and academics in various fields: theater, dance, audio

Makerversity

Makerversity began when 4 designer makers were given the opportunity of taking over 2000 square meters of disused and derelict space in the lower floors

Teach for Slovakia

Teach for Slovakia creates a community of leaders who work together on change inside and outside schools. During the 2 years of the programme, participants

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