Climate change is long-term and one of the major challenges to modern society. The current and future developments in terms of mitigation and adaptation to climate change impose the question of a comprehensive transformation of the whole society, including necessary changes in the fields of culture and art. The RE-IMAGINE project is one of the pioneering European cooperation projects in this field, focusing on the green transformation of the performing arts sector, especially in the context of the less developed EU countries.
Fruzsina Dézsi – cultural manager, Head and Heart of PP Green
Bálint Antal – project manager
In my opinion, art should not exist for its own sake, it should be a tool that works towards an end goal. Such a goal could be the fight against climate change. What I enjoy the most about my work is that at PP Green, we strive to bring these two fields closer together while offering a platform to the artists and experts involved in our projects and helping our environment and the communities involved. In my projects, I try to build on the experiences I have gained in my personal life and in my artistic adventures, so a do-it-yourself attitude and a community-centered, participatory approach are particularly important to me.
Project full name: Beautiful, sustainable, together: validation of the New European Bauhaus approach for the reimagination of public buildings as boosting projects for the transformation of their neighbourhoods
Project number: Project 101113886 — LIFE22-ENV-ES-LIFEBauhausingEurope
GREEN E.Th.I.Cs – Green Experience through Theatre Inspiring Communities is a European social and community theatre project developed by 18 partners in 12 countries. It implements cultural initiatives of civic engagement to create climate change awareness and foster citizens’ critical thinking and proactivity with respect to the European Green Deal, through performing arts. It adopts playfulness to make climate activism more engaging, via board games, online games and theatre.