local surveys

Co-creative cooperation in culture and heritage

Local surveys

Period and lead partner

The local surveys are completed in October 2018 - Mid January 2019, and the Summary Survey report is elaborated and published Mid January - primo March 2019. Lead partner is EDUCULT.

 

Aim and objectives

The aim is by desk research and feeds from reference groups to compile good practise and innovative approaches of co-creative cooperation in the field of arts, culture and heritage and present the results in a Survey Summary report.

 

The objectives of this state of the arts survey are:

  • To present key positions on co-creative cooperation in the field of arts, culture and heritage.
  • To compile examples of good practise
  • To present recommendations for innovative approaches
  • To clarify the competence profile to focus on for high quality in-service training courses.
  • To provide feeds and guidelines for the subsequent development
  • To present the results in a Survey Summary Report that can be used as new teaching material for further education of learning providers in the cross-cultural sector

 

Methodology

The feeds from the surveys will come from the series of our desk researches in each partner country as well as from the reference groups, which each partner establish in the start of the project.

 

The series of desk researches in the partner countries will focus on the state of arts in different aspect of the current co-creative cooperation between engaged culture volunteers from the civil society associations and professional culture workers from public institutions and municipality departments. Each partner’s desk research will be supplemented with feeds from and interviews with local reference groups of experts and practitioners.

 

Hereby the subsequent development work and related impact evaluation get a baseline to start with, a clearer picture of the needs and elaborated guidelines for the subsequent development of curricula and formative course packages. We can present the possible gaps between the desired and current status and clarifying training programmes that can help to fill that gap. The difference, between where we are now and where we want to be, defines where our development work shall concentrate its effort.

 

More information about the local surveys

  • can be seen here primo February 2019

 

 

 

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