Children's Right To Culture | Collabo-Sharing

The main focus of the Collabo-Sharing concept is to connect different actors and to create understanding for the importance of culture . In the children’s and youth culture plan of the City of Stockholm, “Culture at eye-level – for, with and by children and young people”, it is stated that “education and culture go hand in hand”. Further, it states the goal to “provide all young people with the formative education necessary so they can make their own important life choices” and that “active participation in culture, as practitioners and spectators, strengthens children’s ability to communicate and put themselves in other people's situations, provides them with the skills needed to go from a creative concept to action, and strengthens their personal identity”. However, we found that the “school world” and the “cultural world” seemed to be very separate entities that interact minimally with each other in Stockholm.

Shreyas Pandit

Description

The Collabo-Sharing concept wants to bring the “school world” and the “cultural world” closer together and create win-win relationships between the two. Performers need to have a testing audience for producing shows and would benefit from more opportunities of co-creation with their target group. Additionally smaller performance groups struggle to find venues for rehearsing, while at the same time schools are often empty in the afternoons. A closer relationship with a performance group (as a test-audience or co-creators) would create an active participation in culture for students and enhance both students and teachers confidence to take an active role as both as practitioners and spectators of culture. Today, this form of collaboration between schools and performance groups takes place informally and is often based on personal relations between performers and teachers. The concept of Collabo-Sharing would work as a formal structure for creating these partnerships, so that all performance groups and all schools in Stockholm can access this form of partnerships. The Cultural Administration would help with matching performance groups and schools and provide formal guidelines for how the partnership should look and create a contract. The Collabo-Sharing concept also would also involve a grant from the Cultural Administration to the performance group and could be seen as a form of “artist-in residence” - school edition.



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