Heuvelland Biennial | BRIGHT ARTS fits in perfectly with the new direction that the municipalities in South Limburg have taken, based on the advice on this from economist Luc Soete. It contributes to a qualitative and lasting impulse, which through art leads to awareness of nature and landscape, ecology and sustainability. For government employees, participation in fact offers a form of training that broadens the horizon, which can lead to new insights. Participating municipalities are also part of a prestigious project that partly takes place within their municipal boundaries.
Municipalities in the area are called upon to participate in the project.
Your municipality profiles itself, is featured on the poster and is part of a prestigious art & knowledge project that has the ambition to grow into a nationally and even internationally distinctive project, with all the associated exposure.
Together with the other partners, the entire region is profiled as a qualitative region in which links between landscape, culture, science, business and governments are a matter of course.
Participation also implies participation in the BRIGHT ARTS peripheral program, in which on the one hand contributions can be made by providing expertise (around a relevant theme) and on the other hand employees have the opportunity to participate and to go outside the box and exchange expertise with participants from other fields.
Given the ambitious (inter-) national image, participation not only has publicity potential but offers opportunities for companies to commit to this for a longer period of time and thus, together with the South Limburg region, present themselves as a high-quality cultural region in which connections between art professionals , science, business and institutions are self-evident. For employees of companies, participation in fact offers a form of training that broadens the horizon, which can lead to new insights. People leave their own bubble, so to speak. Also the potential, much needed, new knowledge workers will get the South Limburg region in this way – via the national media – positively on the retina.
Companies are called upon to participate in the project.
Participation not only has publicity potential, but above all offers opportunities for institutions and knowledge centers to connect with society and thus to profile themselves, along with the entire South Limburg region, as a high-quality knowledge region in which connections between professionals in art, science, business and institutions are a matter of course to be. For employees of institutions, participation in fact offers a form of training that broadens the horizon, which can lead to new insights. Also the potential – much needed – new knowledge workers will get the region in a positive way through the national media.
Institutions in the region are called upon to participate in the project.
Knowledge centers and institutions profile with an open view of society.