"Synergies. It should be our main aim to create synergies."
It's been a good summer for the Cultural and Creative Sectors in the Baltic Sea Region. It started with the 3rd PA Culture Project Development Workshop, that took place in Warsaw in June on the topic of Public Space Design. This was a great opportunity to meet the flagships again, learn about their development and share experiences. In the meantime we have worked on the Annual Report that we introduce below and our new plans, that we're happy to introduce you to our newsletter! You can find and subscribe to it here!
Our second PA Culture Annual Report is ready to be studied! If you want to gain a detailed insight into the work of the Policy Area Culture, you should definitely take a look at it. It's available on print, but you can also just click here to download it.
Compared to the last report, we've included a section about the PA Culture Achievements and the PA Culture Outlook. There you'll get a concrete idea about what we're up to next and why the support of Cultural and Creative Sectors are so important in the Baltic Sea Region.
We'd like to thank the flagship representatives that submitted their opinions to our feedback survey back in June. Thanks to you we could voice your opinions in our Annual Report.
"Moving from competition to co-operation. These kind of events establish networks and co-operation and I hope that everybody else also takes advantage."
Ralf Eppeneder, Creative Ports
Also, we'd like you to save the date for November 8th - 10th, as we're planning a great deal of PA Culture activities during and around the annual EUSBSR Forum in Stockholm. A special PA Culture Session on Cultural Diversity and the 4th Strategic Project Development Workshop will take place during these dates. We'll keep you posted here and via the newsletter and facebook about the details!