Client: Europæisk Kulturregion
Kristian Fæste, Photography
Europæisk Kulturregion wanted to create a digital platform where various branches of culture could be held under a serious loop and the results shared in a intriguing - for both regular readers as well as scientists within the cultural field.
The aim is to continuesly build a massive digital catalogue of cultural knowledge that can be used in future projects across all sectors.
The first theme launched in March 2020, which was the perfect timing to dive deep into culture in times of crisis.
- Do crisis create new cultural communities?
- How has culture as a whole developed through historical crises?
- What new formats did the COVID-19 pandemic produce?
We produced 4 stories for this theme. Put together the stories combined words, audio and video.
In December 2020 we launched our second theme titled 'Culture and Health'. This time we focused on the impact culture has in the health sector through interviews with both scientiest, artists and patients that had used cultural treatment forms as part of a health treatment.
- How is culture and health combined?
- What does the newest research shows?
- Should you even work with cultural arts within the health sector?
- Best practices
We found our inspiration in layouts from various online magazines and combined it with the existing graphic identity for Europæisk Kulturregion.
This is examples of some the content, we've produced.
You can hear jazz musician and scientist Peter Vuust tell about how music affects our brains (Danish).
Meet Peter Florence, the director of litterature festival HAY, and learn about how they transformed a physical format into a digital experience (English) done via Google Meet.
"It has been a sincere pleasure collaborating with the Culture Works team. They have assisted in shaping and bringing our ideas to life and created a valuable platform featuring vast quantities of high-quality material – both visually and content-wise. The team has continuously performed at a high level on all parameters, including cultural and journalistic content, graphic design, technical competences, and as a professional sparring partner during the development phase.
'Midt i Kulturen' was conceived during the corona crisis and began as an experiment that was intended to offer an alternative, digital conference room – both while physical contact was restricted and in the future. The platform has received a warm welcome both internally within the cultural collaboration between the region and the 19 municipalities and with the cultural actors, and I am truly looking forward to continue working with it in the future."
- Amalie Møller Christensen, Europæisk Kulturregion
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