The Cultural Innovation International Prize is a biennial competition organised by the Centre of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (CCCB) with the aim of incentivising projects which explore possible cultural scenarios for the coming years. It functions as a new space for creation, production and diffusion of projects concerned with developing imaginative solutions for the cultural challenges of the twenty-first century.
The 2017 Prize is open to cultural innovative projects that raise awareness about climate change. The winning project receives 20,000€ and is featured in the 2018 exhibition After the End of the World. The jury includes: Laura Faye Tenenbaum, science communicator at the NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory; Alison Tickell, founder and director of Julie’s Bicycle; Lucy Wood, ex-director of Cape Farewell; Jose Luís de Vicente, curator of the CCCB’s upcoming exhibition; and Juan Insua, director of the CCCBLab.
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Centre of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (CCCB)