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1. How can we encourage a change of perspective regarding cultural production in non-urban territories?
2. How can non-urban cultural practices contribute to more sustainable communities?
3. What can we learn from cultural practices in peripheries and non-urban areas?
4. Can cultural and social projects in these “places-in-between” facilitate more transversal policies to rethink human mobility at all levels?
5. What can we learn from rural communities, artists, activities, museums creating other forms of participation and increasing representation?
Culture Crops has a unique joint advocacy approach, developed though group workshops focused on the 5 conference questions, and presented in a panel discussion guested by policy-and decision makers from the European Commission, the European Parliament and more.
Culture Crops is an open space for participants to share, collaborate and learn, and we are are thrilled to have announced our full programme of speakers and contributors for the conference. Full details are available on our website here.