Cross-border cooperation in culture has a long tradition in the Euregio Meuse-Rhine, as also in other border regions, such as the Euroregion Elbe-Labe, where the 6th meeting of the Task Force Cross-Border Culture (T4CBC) of the Association of European Border Regions (AEBR) was held. The Three Countries Park took part with the WaterLandArt workshop.
Quirky sculptures made of collected plastic waste, ornate flags that serve as markers of water flow and river basins in the landscape, floating art objects and culture boats that navigate their way across borders: environmental art, land art and cultural actions for all ages can send out strong messages. With fun and a good helping of creativity, they motivate you to ponder and join in. The WaterLandArt workshop was all about how this potential for cross-border cooperation can be exploited at the interface between nature and culture. Following the presentation of fascinating initiatives, a number of project ideas were born, e.g. encouraging a journey through time around the euregional landscape, organizing a scenic wind art and kite festival or getting the Fous Flottants from Namur to parade on the Meuse, with a load of plastic waste built into their fascinating floating civil-art-objects. These and other ideas have yet to be implemented. If you’re interested, please don’t hesitate to write to us.
Die Galerie enthält noch keine Bilder
Keine Einträge vorhanden