#13 Second Round of the Participation Process for Innsbruck Cultural Strategy

We are back from the summer break and starting into the second part of the workshop phase – and finally LIVE!

Since July last year, we have been working intensively on the Innsbruck Cultural Strategy 2030. After scientific work and the publication of a baseline study, three workshops were held online this spring. More than 400 participants actively contributed to the topics “City & Image”, “Promotion & Work” and “Education & Society” and provided valuable input for the cultural future of our city.

In the fall, three more workshops invite participants to help shape the cultural future of Innsbruck. Now it is our aim to define more concretely important topics for cultural development in Innsbruck that have already been discussed and to develop ideas further. On Wednesday, September 29, the IV. Workshop of the Cultural Strategy Process on the topic of “Space & Collaboration” will take place at Haus der Musik. Duration: 17 to 20:30 – followed by a get together until 21:30.

ATTENTION: Participation is only possible after prior registration! We will accept your registration from September 4 to 17. Registration is only possible via the registration form on this website and must be confirmed afterwards with a blank reply email.

Please note: We want everyone to feel safe, so we have the 3-G rule and also masks are mandatory (see Conditions of Participation – subject to change).

About the workshop topic: The September date is about “Space & Collaboration: Where are trendsetting interfaces between tourism and art, business and culture, native and immigrated …? And who can be where? How can public space in Innsbruck be used for art and culture? And which spaces can become long-term or temporary cultural spaces?

We want to understand Innsbruck’s cultural network and think ahead: What do we need more exchange and networking for, and what is needed for a successful culture of togetherness? How can common interests be made effectively visible beyond the boundaries of disciplines and sectors? How can external impulses be heard in politics and administration and how can decision-making bases in cultural policy be developed in constructive cooperation with Innsbruck’s cultural actors? Which “spaces for culture” do we want to use and design in the future? What concepts are there to make more spaces for culture in the city usable? Which concepts for digital spaces are forward-looking? How and where can new nuclei for cultural development in Innsbruck, also for unusual, innovative new ideas be developed or existing places be strengthened?

Two more workshops will follow:

  • V. Workshop – Value & Diversity: Is this art or can it be thrown away?
    Monday, October 18, 2021, 5:00 – 8:30 p.m.
  • VI Workshop – Open Discussion … on the home stretch.
    Tuesday, November 9, 2021, 5:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.