ARC becomes first Maltese member of international network Culture Action Europe

ARC becomes first Maltese member of international network Culture Action Europe

ARC Research and Consultancy is proud to announce its membership in the Culture Action Europe (CAE) network as its first Maltese member. CAE advocates for access to the arts and participation in culture as a fundamental right of every citizen. It lobbies for public investment in culture and the arts as the main force for the development of a sustainable and more cohesive Europe. CAE is the major European network of cultural networks, organisations, artists, activists, academics and policymakers.

Membership in CAE will enable ARC to participate in the network’s hubs, working groups, and joint research activities, effectively continuing to facilitate connections and networks. ARC is committed to continue promoting development and sustainability of the cultural and creative sectors through collaboration, research, and synergy with the network.

“We are excited to join Culture Action Europe at an extraordinary time when coming together to share knowledge with other European organisations is more vital than ever before,” said Davinia Galea, Managing Director of ARC Research and Consultancy.

"We are delighted to welcome ARC Research and Consultancy in the CAE community,” said Ms Natalie Giorgadze, Communications and Community Director at Culture Action Europe. “We are particularly glad to have our first member joining from Malta and look forward to future collaboration in the Mediterranean region and beyond."

Image: Political cartoonist Seb Tanti Burlo' works live during the iwEU: Forum Valletta - a debate on cultural governance held in the Parliament of Malta and managed by ARC Research and Consultancy in 2017. Photo by Elisa von Brockdorff.