The 11th PA Culture Workshop was devoted to the preservation of cultural heritage in the Baltic Sea Region, with a particular emphasis put on wooden architecture and sustainable cultural tourism. Read more about the common position and recommendations, that were created after the workshop.
The Swedish Institute provides funding for joint projects in which Swedish organisations meet transnational challenges together with organisations from the Baltic Sea region countries including Russia and the countries of the Eastern Partnership. The call closes on 11 February 2021.
The virtual Baltic Sea library is a continuously growing anthology of representative literary texts broadly connected with the Baltic Sea that seeks to provide multiple insights into the BSR. The authors of the texts either come from the region or have written texts that deal with aspects of life on the Baltic Sea.
The Council of the Baltic Sea States Project Support Facility call for 2021 is out! The call is dedicated to Innovative solutions for strengthening resilience by promoting inclusiveness and protection of most vulnerable societal groups in the Baltic Sea Region during a period of crisis.
Baltic Stories is a digital magazine, devoted to promoting the cooperation around the Baltic Sea, joint initiatives and flagship projects of the EUSBSR. The stories have been developed during the last year by 'Pomorskie in the EU' Association. The full version can be downloaded online.
The 7th International NDPC Cultural Forum and b.creative join forces for the international event “Reaching New Horizons: Creative Entrepreneurship and Museums” on 10-11 December to approach the peculiar relationships between creative entrepreneurship and the museum community.
Urb Cultural Planning's conference “Game of Cities: Culture, Participation, Democracy” will take place online from Gdansk on 19–21 November. The conference addresses how municipalities can empower citizen driven community development. The registration for the conference is still open.
The 11th PA Culture Workshop is devoted to the preservation of cultural heritage in the Baltic Sea Region, with a particular emphasis put on wooden architecture and sustainable cultural tourism. The workshop will take place as an online event on 19 Nov 2020. Register here until Nov 13
Umbrella funding for small- and micro-scale cultural initiatives in the BSR workshop took place alongside the 11th EUSBSR Annual Online Forum on 2 October. Look at the results of the workshop and a video (click on the picture) that was created after the workshop.
Are you a young creative writer, graphic artist or maybe you have a project idea for a more sustainable future? The Council of The Baltic Sea States is calling 18-30 year olds from around the region to join the competition Baltic Sea Youth Dialogue 2020 – let’s create a sustainable future together!
The workshop on culture and BSR identity at the virtual BSSSC Annual Conference brought together 30 people to discuss and further develop the initiative “Baltic Sea Cultural Cities”. Take a look at the results of this workshop.
How can we link local grass-root approaches of cultural actors to to connect the Baltic Sea Region? How can small projects and initiatives help fostering societal and economic resilience? These questions will be discussed within the online workshop on 2 Oct 2020
If you are interested how art impacts our well-being and how this can be used to promote better health for people of all ages and backgrounds, we encourage you to join the online workshop The Art of Staying Healthy. 6 October 2020
Following a virtual meeting of EU Ministers of Culture regarding the COVID-19 pandemic the launching of a platform for the cultural sector to share information and good practices between themselves. This is how Creatives Unite was born.