Founded in 1995, INTERARTS is a private agency with international projection to: support the design of cultural policies, contribute to the processes of development through the cultural sector, facilitate the transfer of knowledge and information in the field of culture. Our principal areas of activity are in the field of cultural policies and cultural co-operation. Today we are active in innovative fields such as those concerned with cultural rights and with the creative and cultural economy. We strive to include a cultural approach in projects concerning human development.
INTERARTS is organized in accord with the following:
As a laboratory of ideas and centre of applied investigation, INTERARTS focuses on emergent cultural issues of political relevance and contributes to the elaboration of proposals for the implementation of cultural policies.
Culture is a key element in the process of development. It is with this end in mind that INTERARTS coordinates the management of international projects concerned with cooperation for development and acts as consultant in the organization of creative industries.
Formation and information
Training is one of the core activities of INTERARTS with the organisation of short cycles of thematic seminars and of initiatives such as the international Campus for cultural cooperation, implemented in different geographic areas. Through its bulletin, Cyberkaris, and its website, INTERARTS continuously diffuses studies and information relevant to cultural cooperation.
Examples of projects
SOUTH MED CV – SOUTHERN MEDITERRANEAN
DECIDES – SPAIN, ECUADOR, MALI, BOLIVIA, PERU
CULTURE FOR ALL – KOSOVO
SHE CULTURE – SPAIN, ITALY, ALBANIA, DENMARK, NORWAY
//MUSEU MARÍTIM DE BARCELONA// BARCELONA SPAIN http://www.mmb.cat/ https://es-es.facebook.com/MuseuMaritimdeBarcelona https://twitter.com/museumaritim The Consortium of the Royal Shipyards and Maritime Museum of Barcelona was created in 1993. It is a public local entity formed by the City Council, which owns the building, the Barcelona Provincial Council and the Port Authority of Barcelona. It aims at the conservation and … Continue reading Participants//Interarts
Read more about Interarts Learning Partnerships here (in spanish) Conference 2015-02-26 BARCELONA SPAIN Centre d’Estudis i Recursos Culturals (CERC) LEARNING PARTNERSHIPS ON DIVERSITY MANAGEMENT IN PUBLIC CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS – MCP Broker – “Brokering Migrants’ Cultural Participation: Opening ceremony. Welcome and presentation of the conference: Mercedes Giovinazzo, Director of the Interarts Foundation. Inaugural Conference: Carlos Giménez … Continue reading Activities//Interarts
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