We conduct studies and surveys on the status of the cultural and creative sector and on the impact of culture in society.
For establishing a statistical cultural observatory in Cluj-Napoca, we make an updated diagnosis of the cultural sector and develop a methodology and a series of researches on cultural participation.
In order to develop actions and to propose mechanisms and policies, we also carry out research on different themes covered by the Centre’s projects (well-being, urban mobility, social participation, urban development, etc.).
With a funding of 775,000 EUR from the Botnar Foundation, Cluj Cultural Centre will establish a STEAM education resource centre in Cluj-Napoca....read more
After the start of the second training session within the Pre-Texts educational program, which is currently attended by teachers from the...read more
The second edition of Quantum Questions: 18 works of art and science displayed in the Conti and Demmers showcases
Between November 24 and December 12 we organize the second edition of the Quantum Questions science festival, within the Quantum project. This year,...read more
Next in 2020
We join LEAP, an interdisciplinary study on young people's needs and opportunities assessment in Cluj-Napoca, carried out in partnership with the PONT Group and the departments of Public Health and of Political Sciences, FSPAC, UBB.
We become part of a Horizon 2020 international consortium for inDICEs - Measuring the impact of digital culture research project.
We set up Cluj Cultural Observatory, a repository of data and research studies on the local cultural sector.
We carry out a study on the impact of arts consumption on well-being during Covid 19 pandemic.
A new series of Cluj Future of Work 2020 reports provide an updated outline of the labor landscape in Cluj-Napoca.