The European context of artistic intervention in SMEs and Public Organizations

Many organisations in both
private and public sector are
seeking new ways of responding
effectively to changes and some are drawing on the world of arts to develop
their operational and dynamic
capabilities.
The trend is
also driven by an interest on the part of
artists, who are discovering organisations
as a site for their own creative production,
as well as an opportunity to influence
society and to earn a living. 
Read the study produced by the Erasmus+ Break In The Desk project about the situation in Europe about creative interventions in SMEs and Public Organizations. 

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