Culture is a central component in the generation of regional development, urban regeneration and social citizenships.
The aim of rethinkIMPACTS 2017 is to study how culture can create and transform economic, social, political and aesthetical values and wealth through civic participation and co-creation. We also aim to explore and critically evaluate how these processes can be invented, facilitated, managed, and evaluated.
Please explore the menu on your left to find out more about the rethinkIMPACTS 2017 research projects.
There is an open invitation to join, to influence and make use of the data-gathering taking place in rethinkIMPACTS 2017 as well as to engage in corporation with the many different practitioners involved in developing and creating Aarhus 2017.
There is no funding available for any new research projects at this stage, but the project and research manager Louise Ejgod Hansen would like to assist in developing research areas, creating connections to projects partners and other engaged researchers.