Welcome to the website of the 2-year Nordplus Adult Development project,

August 2018 - July 2020.

NB: The project period has been prolonged 1 year to july 2021 due to the covid19 pandemic. Hereby  there is more time to complete the final multiplier events and concluding partner meeting in Lofoten, Norway. 

Project title and concept

"Co-creative cooperation with culture volunteers and managers" (CO-OP)

Key activities and outputs

During the first project phase, Aug 2018 – June 2019, we have initiated and founded the project. Here we compiled good practise and innovative approaches by desk research, local idea workshops and the Baltic Sea Symposium.

During the second project phase, June 2019 – Feb 2020, we will develop and test the key results. With reference to the key findings in the first phase, we develop the curricula guidelines, test the curricula in four national pilot courses and provide the concluding Curricula Report, five languages editions.

During the final third phase, Feb – July 2020, we disseminate the results in a sustainable manner with four national conferences and other dissemination activities.

The partnership circle

consists of five organisations, representing two Nordic and two Baltic countries; and it has

a balanced multilateral composition with learning providers from the different sectors of

co-creative cultural cooperation:

- a public culture departments of Vestvågøy Municipality, Norway.

- a public culture institutions, the Open-Air Museum of Lithuania

- an adult education association in the field of arts and culture, MOF, Denmark.

- and two NGOs with  research, training, pilot work and consultation in the field of lifelong

  learning and culture, like Culturelab from Latvia and Interfolk from Denmark.

English leaflet about the project

This development project has been supported by the Nordic Council of Ministers' funding program for lifelong learning, Nordplus Adult, administered by the Danish Agency for Higher Education.

This web site reflects the views only of the project consortium, and the Administrators of the Nordplus programme cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein