The Cultural Pass card, festivals gathering different disciplines -Clave 13/17 (Key 13/17), Ciudad Emergente (Emerging City), Biennial of Young Art, Hip Hop Festival, among others-, and cultural spaces such as the Recoleta Cultural Center (CCR) with its agenda of activities offer unique experiences and multidisciplinary proposals so that young people are the protagonists of culture in their city.
Festivals such as Clave 13/17 (Key 13/17) and Ciudad Emergente (Emerging City), among others, function as a platform for young artists, receiving support for production, residencies, training, and the possibility of interacting with peers within the community and attracting new audiences to young art in the City of Buenos Aires.
More than 1.5 million teenagers and youths have participated and attended different activities and festivals aimed at this target segment, organized by the Ministry of Culture.
During 2019, 1,500 activities were held for young audiences and attendance amounted to 1,500,000 people. The Clave 13/17 festival had 2,000 people registered to participate in the program and 300 of those were selected. Throughout the year, Clave 13/17 is a meeting point designed by and for boys and girls between 13 and 17 years of age that is developed on the basis of co-creative work by the CCR team, a committee of ten teenagers and the local arts community.
The Biennial of Young Art is the platform for young artists in the City of Buenos Aires, receiving support for production, residencies, training, and the possibility of interacting with peers within the community, attracting new audiences to young art in the City of Buenos Aires. In 2019, 500,000 young people from all over the country enrolled for the Biennial and 100 projects were selected to receive support.