Inner Space is an interdisciplinary project exploring the relation between culture and well-being.
Artists, scientists, health and psychology experts work together to raise awareness on the dangers that today threaten our emotional, mental and physical health. We explore how art and cultural participation contribute to the well-being of the city’s inhabitants.
The project develops a Culture and Well-being Think Tank, hosts an annual international forum and pilots design and artistic interventions aimed at individual and community well-being.
We aim that the city of Cluj-Napoca becomes one of the first cities from the region to include psychological well-being among the strategic factors for its sustainable development and an important centre of expertise in art and well-being.
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Next in 2020
Artists from 19 countries submit 170 proposals for our international call for projects on art and well-being.
We start a survey on art consumption during the covid-19 crisis and its impact on well-being.
From September 15 on
A programme of cultural prescriptions is piloted.
Artworks exploring the relationship between arts and well-being are co-produced and exhibited in public spaces and museums.
We organize a new edition of the Culture and Well-being Forum.
Well-being experimental space is opened at the Emergency Hospital in Cluj.