PLUS Kultur is an innovative project to promote cultural education. Although nested within the University of Salzburg it plays an international role in collaborating with world-class cultural institutions. PLUS Kultur aims to develop  and communicate cultural knowledge and to facilitate the international  transfer and dialogue of cultures. Following the cultural calendar, its programme enhances research impact through public events and offers first-hand encounters with the world’s cultural elite.  

It offers:

 

  • An international network of cultural-, research- and educational institutions (cooperations)
  • Cultural education through artists, cultural practitioners, journalists and scientists (Atelier Gespräche, TATORT Kultur)
  • Special projects with Salzburg and international cultural partners (Salzburg Easter School, Dialoge Lounge Project)
  • Online video productions, publications and an online resource (UniTV, the book series Wissenschaft und Kunst, online resource Kultur Data)
  • The Joan-Jones Youth-arts Peace Award
  • To enhance research impact through public events
  • To offer students first-rate cultural education through world-class artists and cultural practitioners
  • To enhance career opportunities
  • To provide excellent adult education at tertiary level through special evening classes (both within the Univerisity’s 55+ programme and for the public)
  • To further young researchers and artists
  • To develop and disseminate  cultural knowledge and  ensure its sustainabilityf
  • To create incentives for cultural mobility
  • To foster the appreciation of the diversity of cultures and their traditions

Its objectives are:

  • To enhance research impact through public events
  • To offer students first-rate cultural education through world-class artists and cultural practitioners
  • To enhance career opportunities
  • To provide excellent adult education at tertiary level through special evening classes (both within the Univerisity’s 55+ programme and for the public)
  • To further young researchers and artists
  • To develop and disseminate  cultural knowledge and  ensure its sustainabilityf
  • To create incentives for cultural mobility
  • To foster the appreciation of the diversity of cultures and their traditions

 

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