The next meeting of the CRE:HUB project partners will take place on 14 and 15 November in Pamplona and it is organized by  the Culture, Sport and Youth department of the Government of Navarra. The first day will start with a partner meeting to discuss about reached results, ongoing activities and future commitments of the CRE:HUB Project.

After a working lunch to which stakeholders are welcome, the study visit will start in the afternoon with a guided walking tour to explore the cultural heritage and modern architecture of Pamplona, and will continue with a visit to “La Milagrosa”, the future creative district of Pamplona.

On the second day partners and stakeholders will visit 948 MERKATUA<http://www.948merkatua.com/en/home>, Navarra’s first all cultural and creative activities englobing fair.  After the fair the group will move to Yerri Valley to visit the Blacksmith workshop “Forja de Ayegui<http://www.laforjadeayegui.com/>” right at the St James pilgrimage route, an axes of cultural exchange across Europe for centuries.

After reaching the Winery BODEGAS AROA, participants of the study visit will enjoy a thematic BarCamp followed by a networking lunch, after which a tour around the Winery will include the presentation of the “Art in the wineyards” programme.

The participants will then leave to reach the Contemporary Arts Centre, Huarte (CACH<http://www.centrohuarte.es/es/inicio/>) in the afternoon, where different good practices related to creativity, creation-entrepreneurship and innovation will be presented. These include the new vision of the management of the Contemporary Arts Centre, a look into career paths of art school trainees, and the Functional Print Cluster amongst others.

After a networking dinner, the study visit ends with the chance to meet MERKATUA fair participants at a concert-cocktail at Pamplona’s most recent venue hall, ZENTRAL.



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