We at Interacta believe in culture-based creativity as an essential feature of a post-industrial economy“.
We believe that:
education and culture have a common and unique role in society, not only serving the development of society, politics and economic prosperity, but also enhancing every individual’s growth.
culture as the general expression of human creativity is linked to civilisation, knowledge, talents, industries and values, and serve as a motor of economic and social innovation.
cultural institutions, especially museums have significant role in society by creating, generating and distributing knowledge and cultivating the imagination.
cultural institutions and cultural venues can be environments for creative learning that affects not only the intellectual, moral and socio - cultural development of individuals, but also the mental and social structures of society - environment that creates a new creative energy and develop new educational resources and values
new approaches to education, using forms of cultural and creative education and forms of inclusive learning to develop intuition, creativity and innovation are essential elements of society of knowledge development in the 21stcentury.
educational and cultural institutions can work together to integrate educational assets and make conceptual change in learrning.
We are committed to undertaking interdisciplinary approach to navigate the complexity that exists in an increasingly connected and complex world where much of what we do is becoming more knowledge intensive and competitive.
Our focus is on cultivating the imagination and developing new models and approaches toward creating a community of competent and creative individuals with the skills, knowledge and experience necessary to lead a successful and meaningful life and reach the standards "educated " person must have in order to meet social and economic challenges.
Our approach recognises the need of cross-disciplinary collaboration between the culture, art and other fields, and lay on the premise that art and culture can offer an expanded tool to challenge our perceptions, make us think creatively and out of traditional patterns and adopt novel approaches to our intellectual experiences.