Risk:Change

Risk:Change aims to build connectivity between new migrants and settled inhabitants of multicultural EU communities and aims to address the pressures faced by migrant communities and the communities that are hosting them.

RISK CHANGE aims to create, connect, compare, disseminate and promote contemporary EU interdisciplinary arts related to social studies and migration. The project covers the field of contemporary interdisciplinary culture, art and creativity connected to science, especially social and applied sciences and ICT.

The project aims to interact with different target audiences, by building connectivity between new migrants and settled inhabitants of multicultural EU communities and aims to address the pressures faced by migrant communities and the communities that are hosting them.

This project aims to produce the following outputs:

  • new innovative models for art production, development, and sustainability:
  • conferences, symposium’s workshops, open labs, exhibitions, study visits
  • one web platform, one mobile application, new cultural networks,
  • Printed online publications,
  • 16 new skilled professionals

We are proposing an active audience model which will enable audiences to take part in creating cultural products, and allowing local groups to exchange and share interdisciplinary knowledge and experiences, which will encourage close integration of communities.

The partners’ consortium of 10 EU partners is a very well-balanced networking model, with a high number of partners, all well-equipped in infrastructure, experiences, knowledge, international networking etc. The project is led by Ace Kibla who are based in Maribor, Slovenia.The other 9 consortium partners are:

  • ACAX/League of Independent Art Spaces, Budapest, Hungary
  • RIXC, Riga, Latvia
  • MMSU, Rijeka, Croatia
  • MSU Vojvodina, Novi Sad, Serbia
  • ZINC, Marseille, France
  • 7scenes, Amsterdam, Nederland
  • FOPSIM, Zejtun, Malta
  • Department of Philosophy and History of Science, School of Science, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
  • The Mighty Creatives, Leicester, UK

The project runs from July 2016 to June 2020 and is financed by Creative Europe Co-operation grant and matched funding from consortium partners.Our Chief Executive, Nick Owen, is our lead on this project.

For more information, visit the project's website.

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