(LT) Lithuania – research into national policy, community arts and general country background

The report has been produced by a team of research associates of the Institute for Social Research: Kublickienė L., Sviklas K., Šutinienė I., Žilinskaitė V. Lead researcher: L. Kublickienė, DSSc

This study determines the state of culture in Lithuania’s regions and examines the cultural situation at the level of municipalities. The highlight of the study is the fact that the state of [...]. Read more

(UK) Staffordshire and West Midlands – understanding the region

The texts providing insight into Staffordshire and West Midlands include policy documents, project descriptions, project evaluation reports and websites with resources and documentation.

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(UK) Staffordshire and West Midlands – participative research during the study trip

Polish and Lithuanian study trip participants had chosen and discussed their research questions during the preparation phase of the first study trip to Staffordshire and West Midlands regions. Study trip itself proved to be an opportunity to observe, compare contexts and seek answers to the aforementioned questions.

As a result, the participants wrote reports that were later discussed [...]. Read more

(UK) United Kingdom – research into national policy, community arts and general country background

The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK) is a sovereign state located off the north-western coast of continental Europe. The country includes the island of Great Britain, the north-eastern part of the island of Ireland, and many smaller islands. Northern Ireland shares a land border with another sovereign state—the Republic of Ireland. Apart from this land border [...]. Read more

I LT study trip participants

Project participants come from three countries: Lithuania, Poland and United Kingdom. Each of the six study trips will be a possibility to do research, explore, learn and practice community arts and culture animation. Each travelling group will consist of about 15 people: 5 for each country.

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Caldmore Village Festival

Caldmore Village  Festival – A multicultural festival right in the heart of Walsall’s community.

The first Caldmore Village Festival was held on 29th-31st May 2010 to an incredibly positive local response.  The 10,000 people who attended over the three days of the festival experienced a colourful multicultural kaliedescope of music and dance performances, Asian sports events and [...]. Read more