The potential of participatory culture for engaging youth, refugees, migrants, and marginalized communities

This session features short presentations of inclusive practices and policies in various European countries, based on the case study and focus group research conducted by the  INVENT team, followed by a discussion with representatives from the cultural sector.



At the intersection of artistic and social practice: Trampoline House community centre in Copenhagen Eva Myrczik
L’Echonova: Music as a strategy for dynamizing cultural and associative life in a French concert Hall – Lucas Page Pereira
Rethinking the museum from the bottom-up. The case of Museum Boijmans van Beuningen’s project ‘Zuid. Boijmans’ in Rotterdam – Julia Peters
Is engaged art also socially inclusive cultural practice? How art can affect the integration of marginalized social groups in Serbia – Nemanja Krstić

Representatives of cultural institutions

Pep Marés – Associació de Professionals Gestió Cultural Catalunya
Sergi Díaz Plaza – ICUB, Ajuntament de Barcelona
Marta Buch i Parés – Lluïsos de Gràcia
Elisabet Goula – Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB)