MAPSI Conference and Workshop in Bilbao


14 January 2016

Art Projects as Drivers and Users of Innovation


Bizkaia Aretoa. ARRIAGA ROOM University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU) Bilbao

This is one of the last discussion activities and we would like to invite you to join us to discuss hoa art projects can be drivers and users of innovation. On the one side, we will focus on technological innovation, on the other, on social innovation. The programme is further complemented with internal meetings of the project members and some field visits.

Conference programme is available through the link below

The attendance at the open session is free of charge upon confirmation by sending a mail to

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The conference is organized and supported by European Commission (EACEA) Lifelong Learning Programme.





MAPSI open workshop is taking place in Bilbao at Bizkaia Aretoa, University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU) 2-4 October 2014. MAPSI is a joint educational initiative on the impact of art project that is funded by the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Union. This will be the third workshop of the network (after the kick-off workshop in October 2013, the intermediate workshop in May 2014, and the Summer School in August 2014). The objective of these open sessions is to present and debate on current issues related to art projects management. We will debate on new professional profiles, skills and ethical issues, together with the possibilities that technology offers to artists and curators to create art projects with social impact. To do so, we have invited representatives from professional cultural management associations, people involved in training programmes, artists and curators.

We invite you to join us in the following discussions and encourage to actively participating in the debates. You can find the programme and more detailes about the event by clicking here MAPSI_Open_Workshop_Bilbao_2014