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08 January 2020 | Posted by Editorial Team IAR

A-Place : Linking places through networked artistic practices

A cooperation project co-financed by the Creative Europe programme coordinated by La Salle School of Architecture

The project A-Place “Linking places through networked artistic practices,” (www.a-place.eu) co-financed by the Creative Europe Programme, started its activities on October 1, 2019.

The purpose of the project is to strengthen the bonds between people and places, with interventions in public spaces, artistic productions (video, photography, performances), exhibitions, workshops and debates. These activities will take place in six European cities - Barcelona, Bologna, Brussels, Lisbon, Ljubljana, and Nicosia- and will involve artists, architects, citizens and students’, as well as local  administrations, civic associations, and cultural agencies. The ultimate goal is to develop a platform for the creation, debate and experimentation of the sense of belonging and identity which people from diverse backgrounds and origins hold with their social and built environments.

The project is coordinated by the School of Architecture La Salle-URL, and the consortium includes the Faculty of Architecture, University of Ljubljana (Slovenia); KU Leuven, Department of Architecture (Belgium); Alive Architecture (Belgium); prostoRož (Slovenia); Urban Gorillas (Cyprus);  Screen Projects (Spain); City Space Architecture (Italy); Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, New University of Lisbon (Portugal). 

For more information, please visit

https://www.facebook.com/A-Place-102292274662946/

https://www.instagram.com/Aplace_eu/

https://twitter.com/aplace_eu

or contact

info@a-place.eu

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