‘Acting’ Culture: We are all continuously involved in producing culture in our everyday lives. Cultural production in this sense can be understood as an intervention in the process of producing meaning and interpretation within different contexts. By combining theoretical and practical means as a form of redefinition and research; the emergence of cultural reflections shape our personal, cultural and social identities through knowledge sharing, social change and public interventions. Producing culture requires thinking of the values and collective norms that engage the participating audiences. Bridging the gap by fostering relationships between social, economic and cultural forces, we aim to facilitate cultural productions through project management.
Digital marketing & communications
Programming research and planning