Advances in technology and communication mean that there are far fewer borders to creative production. As culture and creativity reach across countries, this offers incredible potential for creative development. Future artistic collaborations can span countries, international partners can share productions, and work can engage audiences around the world.
This thinking is at the core of Future DiverCities, a four-year programme funded by Creative Europe with ten European partners across Europe and Canada.
With Superact as Lead Partner, project partners are working together in a creative network to encourage and support artistic creativity, digital innovation, and cultural engagement within the cities and urban spaces of Europe and beyond.
A universal programme looking at the ever-changing role of art and creativity in the urban context, Future DiverCities explores how artists and creatives can propose innovative ways to build and fashion our future cities and how this responds to the current thinking and needs around urban transformation.