ARTICULATE (Artists, Industry and Communities Collaborate in Looking At a Future Europe)

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This creative project put together four unique street arts from four countries in order to develop an innovative European collaboration in outdoor arts that explored and developed relationships between culture, communities and industry. As a creative starting point, the partners asked their communities, artists and industries to imagine a future Europe as they would like to see it. This inspired a collaborative process resulting in the artistic manifestation of an imagined world, which then toured across the partners' territories.

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Programme name
Culture 2007-2013
EC’s priorities
Democratic Change
EU contribution
€200 000
Project location
United Kingdom
Time frame
2012 to 2014

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