21 January 2020

20 young people to imagine programming

The Gulbenkian 15-25 Imagina project, integrated into the European ADESTE+ project, started on 18 January enabling a youth group to participate in the Gulbenkian programming for young audiences.

Gulbenkian 15-25 Imagina is a programming and curating initiative for young people that takes place at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation from January to June. The initiative, part of the European Adeste+ project financed by Creative Europe, opens up a space for dialogue, listening and collaborative work between the Gulbenkian Foundation staff and a group of young people aged between 18 and 25 to learn and to participate in the experience of co-programming for younger audiences.

The call for the project took place in Lisbon from December to January and 21 young people, with different experiences, interests and backgrounds, were selected.

The first meeting was held on 18 January, marking the kickoff of a process of sharing and collective creativity that shall reflect on the Foundation’s programming before the end of this year.