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Music can improve our cities. So why isn’t music urbanism a thing?

In Detroit, a number of residents across both music and real estate are turning the city centre around by creating music -led spaces in abandoned warehouses. Led by techno pioneer Dmitri Hagemann, who made his name at Berlin’s Tresor nightclub, the …

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Instead Of Focusing On Yesterday’s Monuments, Artists Are Building Tomorrow’s

Thousands of white supremacists and neo-Nazis marched on the streets of Charlottesville, Virginia, last week. Their rally ― which turned deadly when a man rammed his car into a crowd of counter-protesters ― centered around a monument to Confederate General Robert E. Lee. The local city council voted to remove the statue earlier this year, but white supremacists from around the country, some armed with military-grade weapons, were seeking to defend it.

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Comment les festivals veulent se réapproprier les villes

La question qui se posait à nous était de savoir comment utiliser l’esprit d’ innovation de la culture électronique pour changer le modèle festivalier en lui-même. Ce qui nous intéressait, fondamentalement, c’était l’idée de repartir de notre territoire …

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New Monitor shows how culture and creativity help cities to thrive

Developed by the European Commission’s in-house science service, the Joint Research Centre (JRC), the Cultural and Creative Cities Monitor will help policy makers as well as the cultural and creative sectors identify local strengths and areas for …

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