Heritage AwarenessDrawing attention of the public to define existing architecture as heritage.
Regional NetworksStrengthening cooperation between artists, civil society, cooperatives, collectives.
CollectivityTackling challenges collectively, sharing cohesion, teamspirit and values.
DiversityConscious handling of diversity in cultural practices, which means a variety of people, backgrounds and ways of life.
Space ActivationDeveloping new life and formats for non-used buildings, like empty factories.
Ecological awarenessCommunication of eco-values; projects on nature in the city.
Social CohesionCollaboration and co-creation between people and communities, e.g. in your neighborhood.
SolidaritySupporting people in need by publicly expressing disagreement.
Colonial HistoryLooking at the displacement of local minorities and forced assimilations.
Building CommunityCreating a feeling of belonging for various groups, e.g. of artists, local neighborhood.
Fighting StereotypesActively addressing and deconstructing stereotypes based on gender, class, background.
Intercultural ExchangeBuilding trust and understanding through (artistic) encounters of people from different cultures, languages, backgrounds.
Non-Formal EducationEstablishing educational programmes for (young) people outside the formal curriculum that serve to improve specific skills and competences.
Neighborhood ActivationEngaging citizens in activities in their direct neighborhood, e.g. creating a flea-market in your courtyard.
Reflecting Local IdentityTranslating specific local history, traditions, narratives into contemporary practices.