The Parallel Traces exhibition in Girona!

One of our main aim as CUMEDIAE is to promote culture in Europe in order to achieve more tolerance and better coexistence among citizens. For this reason we are very happy with the success of our project Parallel Traces: A new lens on Jewish Heritage and of its first event

Enschede Community Forum – Join the DISCE research!

The Developing Inclusive and Sustainable Creative Economies (DISCE) research project, of which CUMEDIAE is partner, is organizing two Community Forums in Enschede!If you live in Enschede and want to contribute to our research, join us on October 10 or 11 to help us understand how creative economies work, and how

Bring back culture, Ms. President! – CUMEDIAE supports CAE in its campaign to bring culture back in the Commissioner Gabriel’s title

CUMEDIAE is proud to support Culture Action Europe in its public campaign urging the President Ursula von der Leyen to include Culture in the title of the new Commissioner Mariya Gabriel.CAE has launched an online petition to support the call on transforming Ms Gabriel’s title into “Innovation, Youth and Culture” and calls on a specific mandate

Opening of the first Parallel Traces exhibition in Girona!

The Creative Europe funded project Parallel Traces, of which CUMEDIAE is a partner, is presenting its first collective exhibition “Parallel Traces: A new lens on Jewish Heritage”. The event will take place on October 1st, 2019 in the Museum of Jewish History of Girona (Carrer de la Força, 8, Girona).Produced

Culture Agora presented at Creatis Brussels

On September 10th CUMEDIAE was hosted by Creatis Brussels to present the free-access platform Culture Agora to an audience of creative professionals and start ups.Creatis is the first community for creatives and organisations that combines culture and innovation across multiple disciplines. This incubator, first born in Paris, supports Belgian and

Ignasi Guardans at ENCATC Congress in Dijon

The 2019 ENCATC Congress is approaching, and we are proud to announce our Chairman Ignasi Guardans as one of the main speakers. He will be joined by experts coming from Belgium, France, Japan, Serbia, Spain, and the United States, to discuss practices and innovations in the cultural sector with a