Between 21 and 24 of August in Kraków, a meeting of participants of international project “Res Publica Reloaded: European Public Spaces as Source of Empowerment” is organized in Kraków. Its coordinator is the German organization Arbeit und Leben. The Villa Decius Association is the Polish partner of the project.
Young managers of culture and representatives of non-governmental organizations from Germany and Netherlands will discuss the experiences of Kraków in the area of using public art in the city space. They will meet with the representatives of the Kraków Festival Office, visit the post-industrial district of town, Zabłocie, and become acquainted with work methods with seniors taking part in the project entitled “SAGA – Creativity Workshops.”
The project “Res Publica Reloaded: European Public Spaces as Source of Empowerment” is implemented with the financial support of the European Commission within the scope of the “Lifelong Learning” programme.
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