Creative Dialogue Gdańsk

10.03.2017 |

2017 and 2018 can be the game-changing years for showcasing the value and driving force of the arts and culture for strengthening our societies in a sustainable way. We're looking forward to our Creative Dialogue on March 15th in Gdańsk.

The Baltic Sea Region is home to a large number of diverse, exciting and challenging cultural and creative initiatives. They are diverse in the sense, that they reflect our modern, international and culturally manifold societies. Exciting in terms of the potential to engage participants, to fascinate them with interesting new perspectives and challenging in the sense, that they constantly want to move forward, challenge established value systems and make progress towards a more equal, tolerant and conscious world we live in.

A strong partnership for cultural cooperation and innovation in the Baltic Sea Region - ARS BALTICA and the Baltic Sea Cultural Centre, both celebrating their 25th anniversary this year

Keeping that in mind, we’d like to follow up on what we’ve previously announced: 2017 and 2018 can be the game-changing years for showcasing the value and driving force of the arts and culture for strengthening our societies in a sustainable way. We're convinced that cultural players can have a significant impact on more sustainable societies and raise awareness about an issue that has an influence on all of us.

That’s why we invite everyone to our Creative Dialogue in Gdańsk, Poland on March 15th. Together with the Baltic Sea Cultural Centre in Gdańsk we’d like to provide the space for learning about your innovative projects with an international scope, your ideas and where we might be able to create synergies on a Baltic Sea Region level. If you’re interested in participating, please follow this link to register!

Creative Dialogue on March 15th, 2pm – 6pm at the Baltic Sea Cultural Centre in Gdańsk. Register here!

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"Culture includes not only culture and arts, but also the way of life and system of values. In this sense culture becomes the major power for intellectual renewal and human perfection." (European Council Report on European Cultural Policy)