Décrivez les principales caractéristiques de la mesure/initiative:
- Raise awareness about art in public and shared spaces in Albania by conducting and publishing research - Strengthening institutional cooperation by creating sustainable cooperative networks - Submitting policy recommendations and an action plan - Engaging communities in Tirana through participative activities - Contribute to a sustainable system of governance for public art though the introduction of a participatory process involving cross-sectorial cooperation and civil society engagement - Targeting excluded groups in order to widen their participation in the creation and production of public art - Supports policy measures to improve gender equality in public art and encourage themes that reflect on gender equality
Quels sont les résultats atteints jusqu’à présent grâce à la mise en œuvre de la mesure/initiative ?:
- Signed Memorandum of Collaboration with Tirana Municipality and Ministry of Culture. Informaction exchange and making information accessible to the public. - 1st digital Public Arts Map with over 430 entries - Free online and 100 copies of printed publication Artistic Expressions in Tirana- Past and Present - 3000 printed brochures on HARP project - Website/ documentation and promotion www.HARP.al - 430 hours of public art workshops - 1 International Conference on Arts in Public Spaces - Promotion of gender diversity, LGBTQ+ community, and support of about 70% women engaged in the project - Campaigns for raising awareness on public arts and decision making - Collaboration and support with artists and other CSOs - 770 surveys (Report 1 and Report 2)collected from businesses, communities, CSOs and various stakeholders, for recommendations on Public Arts Policy and Action Plan 5yrs. - Development and Implementation of 4 Community Public Art Projects led by 4 creative women - Bottom up development of Recommendations for Civil-Public-Private Partnership in Public Art Policy and Action Plan 2019-2025 documents submitted to Tirana Municipality and Ministry of Culture.