Volgograd’s children folk dance

Volgograd’s children folk dance

1. Context

Volgograd, better known as Stalingrad, was the site of the 1943 defeat of Nazi troops, which became a turning point in World War II.

Cultural growth through lifelong learning

Cultural growth through lifelong learning

1. Context

Torreón (Coahuila) is a young city in northern Mexico. It grew initially because of the area’s agricultural resources, which established a foundation for the city’s industrial, commercial, economic, and social development.

Yopougon: Becoming an educational and creative city throught social cohesion

Yopougon: Becoming an educational and creative city throught social cohesion

1. Context

Yopougon is the largest commune in the Côte d’Ivoire and one of the 13 communes in the District of Abidjan. With a surface area of 153 Km2, it was created in 1970 within the framework of an urban planning project to balance the sprawl of Abidjan.

The “Peñalolén is Culture” plan: Cultural Community Citizenship

The “Peñalolén is Culture” plan: Cultural Community Citizenship

1. Context

Peñalolén is home to 245,000 people and is located in the Santiago Province. It has a significant level of socioeconomic and cultural diversity and is an urban commune with the one of the largest Indigenous population in Chile.

Network of Arts and Cultural practices

Network of Arts and Cultural practices

1. Context

Medellín is the capital of the Antioquia Department, and it is one of the cities that has shown the most progress in Colombia.

The White Night: Full-on ART

The White Night: Full-on ART

1. Context

Mérida is home to just over one million inhabitants, and showcases its multiculturalism in its architecture, gastronomy, lifestyles, and creation. It has been recognized with international awards and has been named the most liveable city in the country.

Jinju’s Dancing City

Jinju’s Dancing City

1. Context

Jinju is a city of urban and rural areas with a population of 350,000 with about 1,300 years of history.