good practice

Co-creation in arts, culture and heritage

Compile good practice

The guidelines

During the start of the project we provided an integrated methodological guideline for the subsequent tripartite compilation of good practise and innovative approaches for co-creative

cooperation in respectively

  • WP 04: Desk research, Sept 2018 – Jan 2019.
  • WP 05: Local idea workshops, Sept 2018 – Jan 2019.
  • WP 06: Nordic Symposium in Rumšiškės, LT, Jan – April 2019.

 

Thereby the tripartite compilation of good practise and innovative approaches can be based on a shared reference frame and it will be easier to compare and qualify the compiled out-puts from the desk research, workshops and symposium to common key findings and recommendations.

 

The objectives for the development work

will:

  • be based on an understanding of co-creation with reference to New Public Governance and its understanding of co-creation as a mean of empowerment of citizens and civil society associations;
  • have focus on the synergistic benefit and the so-called 'transformative potential' for active citizenship, democratic participation and community bonding;
  • promote a co-creative cooperation based on equal terms, where citizens and other civil society actors are engaged not only as co-implementers, but also as co-initiators and co-designers of new welfare services;
  • present forms of co-creation, where the cultural associations not only are equal partners, but also in part of the project have the role as initiators and governing actors to release the transformative potentials; their control and give room and influence for initiatives, resources and contributions from civil society associations and citizens.

 

Our methodological approach

must emphasise:

  1. That a viable agenda for co-creation must focus on the synergistic benefit and the so-called 'transformative potential', where cooperation is developed on equal terms and with refer-ence to new public governance and the goal of empowerment.
  2. That an innovative development work, in which associations and, in this context, cultural as-sociations not only are equal partners, but also in part of the project have the role as initia-tors and governing actors to release the transformative potentials.

 

More information about the tripartite work

can be seen at the following submenus:

 

 

 

 

 

 

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