Buenos Aires: Culture pass

Buenos Aires: Culture pass

Context and Objectives

The Autonomous City of Buenos Aires covers an area of ​​200 km2 and has a population of approximately 3 million.

Val-de-Marne, the H2-OH! Festival

Val-de-Marne, the H2-OH! Festival

1. Context

Val-de-Marne is located in the "inner" suburbs to the southeast of Paris, with a population of 1.35 million and an area of 250 square kilometres.

Create, invent, share: Hautepierre in the digital age!

Create, invent, share: Hautepierre in the digital age!

1. Context

As the European capital, Strasbourg is home to several European institutions like, for example, the European parliament, which has earned it its place on the European Heritage Label list.

Batik culture based sustainable development of creative economy

Batik culture based sustainable development of creative economy

1. Context

The location of Pekalongan City is strategic, being located on the national north coast highway (Pantura) of the island of Java, connecting the cities of Jakarta (384 km to the west), Semarang and Surabaya (488 km to the east).

Reemdoogo music garden, Ouagadougou

Reemdoogo music garden, Ouagadougou

1. Context

The capital city of Burkina Faso, Ouagadougou, has a population of 1,500,000 inhabitants, of which 60% are less than 25 years old. It is a gateway city made up of several ethnic groups whose mix forms a very cosmopolitan city.

The creative quarter project of Nottingham

The creative quarter project of Nottingham

1. Context

Nottingham is an English post-industrial city, governed by a unitary local authority. In 2013, Nottingham had an estimated population of 310,837 residents, with the wider urban area having a population of 729,977, making it the largest in the East Midlands.

Strategy for the intration of arts and culture into acadian society

Strategy for the intration of arts and culture into acadian society

1. Context

The Acadians are one of the founding peoples of Canada, with a tumultuous history marked by massive deportation from 1755 to 1763. They were dispersed throughout New England, Louisiana, France, Quebec, the Caribbean, and around the world.