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  • 1. New partnerships, new cultural spaces MSc Ivana Volić, cultural tourism and urban renewal specialist CRINNS 2013, Friday, 13th September, Novi Sad
  • 2. Sharing economy
  • 3. Partnering Cultural spaces Positive outcomes: Urban planning Community Tourism
  • 4. Why partnering towards cultural spaces in Serbia? Inter-departmental Inter-sectorial Public-civil (current):  Short-term, informal relation Insufficient amount of money A vast of discretionary rights and the lack of transparency Exclusion of cultural CSO’s in the decision making process Doesn’t influence the society
  • 5. Public-civil-private What is important?
  • 6. Benefits For the city: - Raising attractiveness, - Cooperation and integration of artists, cultural workers, architects, urban planners and city authorities, - Attracting visitors, - Contribution to city image creation.
  • 7. Benefits For the community: - Accessible cultural spaces for production and presentation, - Treating culture as a public good, - Space for development of community cultural habbits, - Meeting the culture 'in progress‘, - Increasing of cultural and social capital, - Developing the sense of beloging to the community.
  • 8. Thank you! Ivana Volić MSc in cultural tourism Specialist of urban renewal and cultural planning PhD candidate at Department of Cultural Management and Policy, University of Belgrade email: volic.ivana@gmail.com

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