Co-creation in arts, culture and heritage
Idea workshop in Leknes, Norway
Idea workshop in Cesis, Latvia
Staging at the Open Air Museum in Lithuania
The Workshop Compendium, English edition was published June 2019
Period and Lead partner
The lcompletion of the ocal idea wortkshops, the local reports and the provision of the Workshop Compendoium were concluded June 2019. Vestvågøy Municipality , the Culyture Unit (NO) was editor.
Aim & objectives
The aim is to provide critical view-points on good practise and approaches from key actors in the field.
The shared objectives for the local workshops, with one in each partner countries, are:
Each workshop has 8 – 12 key representatives from the local voluntary culture associations, the local public culture institutions, and the municipality’s culture council and culture department.
The workshop can have three 2-3 hours (afternoon or evening) sessions that include
The Workshop Compendium
The moderator and reporter make Notes from the sessions and may ask some participants to send elaborated notes on their proposals. The reporter provides final Summary Notes from the thematic sessions. The Notes per workshop is approx. 5 standard pages and include examples of good practice, warnings and tips for improved practise, and recommendations for further education of the culture actors.
The editors from the project team collect the four Summary Notes and edit them to be the main text in a Summary Report that also includes an introduction and a concluding section with recommendations and perspectives. In total approx. 25 pages.
The editors proof-read and layout the report using the adopted visual identity of the project, and publish the Summary Reports as an English PDF-edition.
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