Culture is one of the greatest unifying forces that brings us together as human beings whilst simultaneously providing humanity with diversity to thrive. In this section, you can find links to key cultural organisations, inspirational artists, museums and other useful online resources.
National parks and gardens are amongst the best places in the world to enjoy the beauty of nature and escape from the hassles of 21st Century Life. Find more information about organisations dedicated to promoting and protecting these precious spaces here.
There are many places that can be used as a canvas for a creative mind. Nowadays, street art is turning our cities into art museums. And for many artists, it is a great way to bring the public's attention to important issues.
In early 2021, the debate resurfaced over whether cultural treasures, looted during colonialism, should be returned to their places of origin. Many historical artefacts were taken to Europe during the conquests, but recently the countries of origin have demanded the return of their cultural heritage. The issue gained momentum when Germany agreed to return its share of the Benin Bronzes, thousands of traditional African sculptures, which were looted from the territory of present-day Nigeria.
Mother Language - Multilingual Education and Inclusion
Over 7,000 languages are spoken throughout the world, 40% of these are now endangered with less than 1,000 speakers! Language is an important part of our cultural heritage and it is important to preserve it, as well as encouraging diversity and inter-cultural dialogue.
Ai Weiwei is a Chinese contemporary artist and activist. Famous for being an openly critic of the Chinese government’s censorship, he uses art as a way to express his unconformities and inspire people.
This great tool brings together the best free cultural media on the web for the worldwide learning community. Their mission is to centralize this content, and give you access to this high quality content whenever and wherever you want it.
Featured Organisation of the Month
Center for Artistic Activism
A space to explore, analyze, and strengthen connections between social activism and artistic practice. The goal of C4AA is to make more creative activists and more effective artists.
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