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Madrazo, L., Aparicio, M. I, Pak, B., & Zupančič, T. (2020), A-Place: Linking Places through Networked Artistic Practices. City Street conference 4, University of Ljubljana (online).

The purpose of A-Place “Linking places through networked artistic practices”, a project co-funded by the Creative Europe programme (2019-2023) is to design and implement art-centred placemaking activities in six European cities –Barcelona, Bologna, Brussels, Lisbon, Ljubljana, and Nicosia– to connect meanings and experiences associated to places across cultural and geographic boundaries. Placemaking activities will be carried out with the participation of both local residents (from multiple cultural backgrounds) and transient population (refugees, tourists, business travellers, temporary workers), in collaboration with artists and educational staff participating in the project. In this paper, we outline the scope of the project, describe the first-year programme of activities, and discuss the methodology to be applied in their evaluation.

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Burak Pak


Brussels (Belgium)

Burak is Professor of Architectural Collaborative Design, Collective Spaces and Digital Media at KU ...

Leandro Madrazo


Barcelona (Spain)

A-Place project coordinator, full professor and director of the research group ARC Engineering and A...

Maria Irene Aparicio


Lisbon (Portugal)

Maria Irene Aparício (Ph.D. in Cinema, New University of Lisbon, 2011) is a researcher of Cin...

Tadeja Zupančič


Ljubljana (Slovenia)

Tadeja Zupančič is a professor at the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Architecture. She is Vice-...