O projecto 4 C’s From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture, financiado pelo programa Europa Criativa da União Europeia, coordenado pela Universidade Católica com 7 instituições culturais parceiras internacionais, tem agora site e também está no facebook.
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4Cs: From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture is a European Cooperation Project co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union. The 4Cs seeks to understand how training and education in art and culture can constitute powerful resources to address the issue of conflict as well as to envision creative ways in which to deal with conflictual phenomena, while contributing to audience development through active participation and co-production. The project aims at advancing the conceptual framework of intercultural dialogue and enhancing the role of public arts and cultural institutions in fostering togetherness through cultural diversity and intercultural encounters.
The European Commission has acknowledged that tackling the migration and refugee crisis is a European obligation that requires a comprehensive strategy and a determined effort. Within such framework, the European Commission has emphasised the role of culture and the arts in contributing towards building a more cohesive and open society through the integration of refugees, helping them to better understand their new environment and its interaction with their own socio-cultural background.
Grounded in the belief that culture and creative practice can emerge as powerful resources in conflict situations, the 4Cs wishes to respond to this challenge by exploring the ways in which culture and the arts can help bring individuals together within a model of intercultural dialogue, mutual recognition, and equal participation. This will be achieved by fostering equal involvement and by promoting cross-cultural collaboration through the creation and development of different activities such as exhibitions, artistic and research residencies, film screenings, mediation labs, workshops, conferences, publications, an online platform, and a Summer School.
The 4Cs aims at responding to the challenges of migration, security, and freedom of expression by raising awareness about the role of creative and cultural work in the strengthening of European identity and European citizenship in a project of peace and conviviality. The 4Cs will support community members in their role as active agents in the cultural scene at local, regional, national, and international levels and contribute to a lasting change of attitude and active citizenship in local communities.
- Faculdade de Ciências Humanas | Universidade Católica Portuguesa FCH|UCP (PT)
- Scientific Co-coordinators: Isabel Capeloa Gil and Luísa Santos
- Project Coordinator: Luísa Santos
- Project Manager: Ana Fabíola Maurício
- Coordinating Committee: Peter Hanenberg (Research Coordinator); Adriana Martins (Researcher); Daniela Agostinho (Researcher); Ana Cachola (Researcher); Sónia Pereira (Assistant Researcher); Inês Espada Vieira (Researcher); Elisabete Carvalho (Secretary)
- Tensta Konsthall (SE): Maria Lind (Artistic Director and Curator) and Hedvig Wiezell (Project Manager)
- SAVVY Contemporary (DE): Bonaventure Ndikung (Artistic Director and Curator), Elena Agudio (Artistic co-director and co-curator), Lema Sikod (Project Manager)
- Royal College of Art (UK): Michaela Crimmin (Artistic Director) and Peter Oakley (Project Manager)
- Fundació Antoni Tàpies (ES): Carles Guerra (Artistic Director), Linda Valdés (Project Manager), Núria Bardalet (co-Project Manager), and Anna Saurí (co-Project Manager)
- Vilnius Academy of Arts (LT): Rasa Antanavičiūtė (Artistic Director), Vytautas Michelkevicius (Project Manager), Evelina Rinkeviciute (Assistant to the Project Manager)
- Museet for Samtidskunst (DK): Birgitte Kirkhoff Eriksen (Artistic Director and Curator) and Magnus Kaslov (Project Manager and Curator)
- ENSAD (FR): Anna Bernagozzi (Project Manager, Researcher and Curator)
Isabel Capeloa Gil – Universidade Católica Portuguesa (PT)
Luísa Santos – Universidade Católica Portuguesa (PT)
Maria Lind – Tensta Konsthall (SE)
Bonaventure Ndikung – Savvy Contemporary (DE)
Michaela Crimmin – Royal College of Art (UK)
Carles Guerra – Fundació Antoni Tàpies (ES)
Rasa Antanavičiūtė – Vilnius Academy of Arts (LT)
Birgitte Kirkhoff Eriksen – Museet for Samtidskunst (DK)
Anna Bernagozzi – ENSAD (FR)