survey report

Co-creative cooperation in culture and heritage

The Summary Survey report

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

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.

 

Planned outline of the Survey report

The Survey Summary Report can have the following disposition:

  1. Foreword on background and aims for the survey and the used methodology and variations of local approaches, by EDUCULT (1-2 pages).
  2. Introduction of the new co-creative agenda for public services in general and for the cultural field, by DFKS (3-4 pages).
  3. Outline the competing positions of co-creative cooperation (with theoretical references) and their implications in practice, by Interfolk (5-6 pages).
  4. Present thematic examples of good practice with desk research reference and feeds from interviews with reference groups, two examples from the three partner countries (3 org x 4 pages, in all 12 pages).
  5. Present competence profiles of culture actors that have been engaged in successful co-creative and cross-sector cooperation (in all 6-8 pages).
  6. Outline recommendations for high quality co-creative cooperation, by EDUCULT (4 - 5 pages)

 

An English Report of approx 35 standard pages, published as PDF-edition for wide dissemination.

 

Possible translations of the report to the partner languages and publication of paper editions will imply own financing or extra grants from local or national funding programmes.

 

Outcome

Help the project team and key stakeholders and others with an interest for the topic to get an elaborated and more problem consciousness understanding of the possibilities and challenges for a successful co-creative cooperation, especially in the field of arts and culture.

 

More information about the local surveys

  • can be seen here primo February 2019

 

 

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