Brussels2030 Summer Assembly 2023 - postreport

Linde Moriau, Brecht Van der Schueren, Mouna Achhab, Lieselotte Volinde G Weytjens, Lien Mostmans, Ian Komac, Marie-Des-Neiges de Lantsheere

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The Brussels2030 Summer Assembly is a key pillar in preparation for the Brussels' candidacy as European Capital of Culture. The first edition was organized at Tour à Plomb from Monday July 4th till Friday July 8th 2022, offering a dynamic program with keynotes, co creation labs, bar talks, site visits, walkshops, film screenings and artistic performances. The aim was to test initial findings and aspirations of Brussels2030 against a diversity of lived experiences and expectations. The ambition was also to share and discuss knowledge on current day Brussels, the cultural practices of tomorrow and the heritage of previous European Capitals of Culture. Over 800 people participated in the Assembly. Diverse actors were mobilized: Brussels citizens, cultural practitioners, academics, policy makers, artists, creatives and civil society representatives. Together they created an open space, fostering inspiring encounters and dialogues. Building on these exchanges, the Summer Assembly participants imagined scenarios for preparing desirable urban futures and making Brussels the European Capital of Culture in 2030. This report summarizes key findings and questions that emerged during the event. For more information about the project, see:
Originele taal-2English
UitgeverijBrussels2030 vzw/asbl
Aantal pagina's122
StatusPublished - 6 okt 2023


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