European Commission-funded H2020 project, CulturalBase: Social Platform on Cultural Heritage and European Identities
CulturalBase is a two-year project set up to create a social platform on cultural heritage and European identities. It is funded by the European Commission under the Horizon2020 Programme, and led by the University of Barcelona. The other core academic partners are the Universities of Glasgow, Sussex and Paris I, together with the European University Institute, Florence and the Central European University, Budapest. Interarts of Barcelona is the core non-academic partner.
Through research and policy development, and the creation of a broadly based social network of participants, in the academic, policy and cultural fields, CulturalBase will aim to inform and influence the EC's research agenda on cultural heritage, cultural memory and cultural creativity.
Professor Philip Schlesinger (Principal Investigator, Cultural Creativity)