Associated partners

Centrum "Łowicka" (Poland)
We organize concerts, recitals, small theatrical performances, literary meetings, discussion panels on current events, history, philosophy, lectures, reviews and festivals, exhibitions, workshops, fairs, and activities for the youngest, youth, adults, and seniors. We invite outstanding professionals to collaborate and also support amateurs. We are a place for discussion, open to all initiatives and discovering topics previously unknown to us.
City Culture Institute (Poland)
Since 2008, it has been creating events in urban spaces, exploring cultural changes, inspiring action, and supporting the cultural sector in Gdańsk and the region. The CCI works for and with the residents of Gdańsk's districts. It invites people to thematic lectures, film series, intimate concerts, and training sessions. It organizes festivals, urban actions, and guided walks, conducts research in the Culture Observatory, and publishes books.
Eufemia is a cultural association for social promotion. The organization's primary focus is on cultural and artistic projects aimed at promoting lifelong creative learning, sustainability, and the development of digital skills.
Fundacja Ośrodek Karta (Poland)
The organization carries out activities aimed at documenting and disseminating the history of Poland and Central and Eastern Europe in the 20th century. Unique in Poland, it has long presented history from the perspective of the individual: publishing memoirs, diaries, letters, documents, and archival photographs. It popularizes history by engaging multiple generations of readers, highlights its impact on current social processes, and initiates p
Galeria Labirynt (Poland)
It is a modern institution that focuses on art and social issues. It responds to the changing artistic and social reality by discovering contemporary art's most exciting phenomena and contexts. The mission is to create a barrier-free institution where everyone, regardless of origin, age, sexual orientation, or ability, feels welcome and engaged.
Looking for Art
Looking for Art is a company managed by a team of creatives and dedicated to the dissemination of contemporary art with the aim of promoting and marketing emerging artists. To regenerate social cohesion and equality, safeguard freedom of thought, increase cultural heritage and help the development of an ethical economy.
Mazowiecki Instytut Kultury (Poland)
MIK is organised by the Mazowieckie Voivodeship local government. It serves as a modern centre for cultural education and research, integrating animation activities and fulfilling the roles of an artistic institution. MIK analyses cultural processes in Mazovia, develops diagnoses and recommendations, and builds a training base for cultural practitioners and animators. It also promotes and realises diverse artistic projects.
Municipal Public Library in Cieszanów (Poland)
A cultural institution that offers residents access to a rich database of books, audiobooks and magazines. The library also organises author meetings, lectures, exhibitions and activities for children and young people, becoming part of the cultural and educational life of the town.
MUSE is a museum dedicated to science and nature, offering a wide range of exhibitions and activities to educate and entertain visitors of all ages. The museum building was designed by architect Renzo Piano. The main objective of the MUSE is to promote understanding and appreciation of science, nature, and the environment through interactive and engaging experiences.
PSM Art (Poland)
Postgraduate Management Studies for Creators, Artists, and Cultural Animators conducted at the Faculty of Management of the University of Warsaw.
Social Place of Culture SCENA ROBOCZA is a unique project whose axis and main task is to create a regular stage for independent theatres and artists. The idea behind the project was to consolidate the Poznan off-scene - a meeting of various (sometimes contradictory) models of work, visions of artistic practices, workshops, aesthetics and ideas about the role of theatre.
Staromiejski Dom Kultury (Poland)
Is an interdisciplinary cultural institution supporting the development of Warsaw's cultural houses, a centre for the education, animation and promotion of the capital's cultural workers, educators, artists, and activists.
The Luis Seoane Foundation (Spain)
The Luis Seoane Foundation was established in 1996 by the A Coruña City Council. The artist’s widow, María Elvira Fernández López, wanted to have a place that focused on studying Seoane’s work, and to that purpose she then donated letters and other written documents. She also donated a very important art collection that included over two hundred oil paintings, all of his published work, and more than a thousand drawings and sketches.
The Municipality Library of A Coruña (Spain)
Las Bibliotecas Municipais da Coruña are public information and reading promotion centers that contribute to equal opportunities and provide their services to the inhabitants of A Coruña.
Warsztaty Kultury in Lublin (Poland)
Is a place that invites children and adults to various workshops, cinema screenings, concerts and meetings throughout the year. The Warsztaty Kultury team is responsible for four of Lublin's largest open-air festivals: Noc Kultury, Wschód Kultury – Inne Brzmienia, Carnaval Sztukmistrzów and Festiwal Re:tradycja – Jarmark Jagielloński.
ZAMEK Cultural Center (Poland)
One of the largest cultural institutions in Poland, offering 2,500 events annually across various art forms. The program combines traditional formats with innovative experiments. Within the institution, there is a Department of Social Programs focused on social animation and education, with an emphasis on inclusion. CK ZAMEK also engages in projects with the local community.
Angelos Sikelianos Museum (Greece)
Angelos Sikelianos Museum is a special museum that not only exhibits memorabilia of the poet but also makes the visitor travel into every aspect of his life and work through a pioneering architectural and museological approach, work of a group of distinguished scientists.
Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki (Greece)
The Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki is one of the largest museums in Greece and the central museum of northern Greece. All visitors are welcome to experience its unique collections of ancient artefacts as well as its rich and extrovert cultural activities.
Natural History Museum Of Municipality Of Amarousiou (Greece)
The Natural History Museum Of Municipality Of Amarousiou, founded in 1998, is one of the largest museums in Greece, in terms of the number and completeness of exhibits, most of which come from the personal collection of the late Xenophon Yataganas.
The Historical Museum of Crete
The Historical Museum of Crete was founded and is run by the Society of Cretan Historical Studies, with the aim of preserving and showcasing the cultural heritage of Crete from early Byzantine times to the modern era. This aim has been achieved gradually, by the collection, purchase and donation of artefacts, together with artefacts on long term loan from the Ministry of Culture.
Hellenic IT Museum (Greece)
Hellenic IT Museum®, the only IT Museum in Southeast Europe, started its operations in 2008 and since 2012 the Museum constitutes the first official Greek organization that exclusively exhibits the IT history timeline from 1970 to mid-90s.

Promotion partners

Centrum Cyfrowe (Poland)
Focuses on the social aspects of digital transformation. Collaborating with experts and practitioners open to change, creates a space for new ideas, skill development, and tools. Through its Pracownia Otwierania Kultury, the centre supports cultural institutions in implementing digitalization projects and developing digital tools.
Coalition for Open Education (Poland)
The mission of KOED (Coalition for Open Education) is to support the creation of open educational, scientific, and cultural resources and promote related best practices and tools. KOED is an agreement among non-governmental organisations and institutions operating in education, science, and culture. We believe that knowledge is a public good and everyone should be able to access it freely.
Czwórka Polskie Radio (Poland)
Broadcasting via DAB+ and online, this Polish station offers a high-quality program for listeners who appreciate original shows and good music. It provides a curated, diverse sound experience. Czwórka is an interactive medium that connects and moderates its listener community for collective action—from civic initiatives to co-creating the program. Visit us at czworka.online platform.
EBIB (Poland)
Since 1999, the EBIB portal has been created by librarians for librarians and information specialists. It includes the EBIB bulletin, a news page, and services such as job offers, conferences, and publications. The portal is maintained and edited by the independent EBIB Association, comprised of librarians from libraries across Poland. The association is a non-profit organisation.
Otwarte Zasoby (Poland)
Is a blog and newsletter about digital education by Kamil Sliwowski. Here, you will find advice on where to get free (and legal) to use photos, music, and videos.
Photon Foundotian (Poland)
Photon Foundation is a Krakow-based organization that supports contemporary culture and digital art. They organize shows, exhibitions, artistic residency programs, and facilitate international artistic collaborations. They are the official organizers of the Patchlab Digital Art Festival in Krakow and are members of the international AVnode network that brings together artists and events showcasing contemporary audiovisual art.
Sektor 3.0 (Poland)
is a program that supports digital transformation and the use of new technologies in socially useful activities. The program was initiated by the Polish-American Freedom Foundation. It’s being run by the Information Society Development Foundation. In 2018, the program was awarded by the European Commission in the European Digital Skills Awards contest.
Stowarzyszenie Wikimedia Polska (Poland)
is a non-profit organisation focused on developing the Polish Wikipedia. We support volunteers who create content daily and encourage new individuals, organisations, and institutions to get involved in disseminating knowledge. The Polish-language Wikipedia (https://pl.wikipedia.org) is one of 321 language versions and is the eleventh largest in the number of articles!