Policy Area Culture on Social Media

03.08.2016 |

Since the establishment of the EUSBSR Policy Area Culture in 2013, ARS BALTICA has supported carrying out a variety of activities together with the PA Culture co-ordinators. Most recently it introduced the PA Culture Facebook-Page and Newsletter.

After analysing the needs of the PA Culture flagships, the co-ordinating team consisting of Ministry for Culture and National Heritage of Poland and the Ministry for Culture and European Affairs of Land Schleswig-Holstein in consultation with ARS BALTICA has decided that the EUSBSR Policy Area Culture should also be present on Social Media and with a quarterly newsletter. 

Both the newsletter and the Facebook presence allows the PA Culture Flagships to present themselves, to inform a wider online public about the Flagship activities and about PA Culture's in the region. Moreover, a Facebook-Page allows both flagships, cultural and creative players and the co-ordinating team to interact visibly. Many Flagships already are present on Facebook and most recent information can easily be distributed and shared by the PA Culture social media channel. The Facebook-Page and the newsletter went online on June 8th.  

"An active and vital #PACulture presence on the internet and social media is necessary to bring about the intended outcomes for #BSRCulture in the Baltic Sea Region” says Marcus Hagemann, ARS BALTICA. 

You can find the PA Culture Facebook-Page either by typing following URL into your browser: www.facebook.com/policyareaculture or by clicking on the PA Culture Facebook post on the left. 

 

If you want to read the newsletter and subscribe to it, just follow this link

You can also easily stay up-to-date with PA Culture activities by keeping an eye on the hashtags #PACulture #BSRCulture. Feel free to use the hashtags as well.  

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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)