Intercult´s methodology lab with Livet Bitch and invited guests from the theater world.
Training activity for Librarians of Flandern and staff of the Ostend City Library. Starting point of I_Improve in Ostend is a "dementia friendly city" Can we develop a project?
Powerpoint and discussion on inclusion and shared learnings on the dementia project
Arsenalia Argonaute: an urban game inside the old Arsenale in Venice.
Our starting point was around the reflection on the state of the art of the chosen project area - the ancient Venice Arsenale, set in the heart of the city - and around what it represents for the city nowadays. After having being for centuries the centre of the Venetian economy and strategic to the Venetian power of the seas, it hase became a marginal and disused area but with a great potential for the future for both, its symbolic value and its functional role.
On 30th of June River//Cities held a webinar dedicated to Storytelling.
Moving events online makes attendance accessible to a wider audience and encourages audiences to more active participation (they are less inhibited to share their opinions or ask questions.....
COMMON SPACE Preparation is important in both projects Both are about visibility in the community Both created the safe space - digitally and in public space Both are great empowerments Important for young people that we older know the tools and use them
On the 16th of June, Intercult had the pleasure of hosting a digital social innovation lab together with our changemaker Livet Bitch! (which translates as Life Bitch!). The theme was: theatre as a space for feminist issues.
The image you see as illustration to this article is an invitation to Intercult's first ever digital workshop about community theater as a safe place for feminsitic questions. .
An interactive workshop with the topic “Upė - Stories Flow. Games Workshop” has brought together cultural organizations and community managers from Lithuania, who were interested to learn about the games as a tool for participatory development of the neighborhoods.
How to test a concept game during the quarantine. Let’s say you created a card game to help community managers and event organizers generate ideas for their activities. And you want to test it. The only thing is that everyone has to stay at home. Here’s what you should do.