Children's Right To CultureChildren's Right To Culture

Kulturförvaltningen Stockholm Stad School

Stockholm city has a goal that every child in Stockholm should meet professional culture of the highest quality. It wants to offer culture for children, culture with children, and culture by children. Stockholm provides many opportunities for school kids to take part in the cultural life, but there are still too few who take the offers that are provided.
This meeting between the kids and the culture producers must be easier to access. How can Stockholm city's culture department be more efficient in reaching all school children, and not just those with the most engaged parents and teachers?

All ideas

  • Curriculum Blueprints for Culture

    Sample curriculums are created every year for each grade/subject level with various cultural activities (dance, music, theater, visual arts) injected into them.

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  • Uber for performers

    Interactive app to find performances nearby, contacting performers, mainly enhanced version of Kulan but as a mobile app.

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  • curriculums

    Who
    - special committee who has- school teachers, students, principal, hired person to help with skolverket, performers, class representatives

    What
    -

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  • Days saved for doing culture

    Days saved for doing culture

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  • performers to work with teacher

    Pay 50Kr/ Student for performers to work with teacher in class expressing curriculum thru arts

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  • Golden Ticket

    Teachers can purchase a ticket to cultural events worth 100kr for their students for 50kr with her class budget. The students from grades 7 and over can choose a performance

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  • Teachers finding motivations for why to take students to cultural events


    Logic behind ideas:

    Teacher needs to motivate and justify cultural events facing:
    - Sceptical students
    - Parents who doesn’t see the value

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  • Kulan improvements

    Support teachers finding activities by providing ratings and reviews for each culture activities… allow the students the opportunity to write individual reviews for the

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  • Afterschool gatherings - the new leasure trend among children

    I believe that the leisure time could be the key. If each child got a culture check from the age of 10 years when the community and schools usually cut the investments in the

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  • Offering DVD’s of performances to classes

    Offering DVD’s of performances to classes

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All prototypes

  • The Golden Ticket

    The main focus of the Golden Ticket concept is to facilitate planning. One recurring theme in the interviews was that many teachers feel planning a cultural experience takes a lot of time and energy. Outside of the time needed to search and find good and appropriate shows, a lot of logistics are required for the teacher in order to take a class to see a performance. From fourth grade onwards teachers only teach subjects (in contrast to the earlier grades where there is one teacher, for all subjects, for the same class), meaning that if, for example, you are an English teacher, you will only meet a class for the hour that you teach English, and then both you and the students will have other classes afterwards. This makes it difficult for a teacher to take a class to a performance during school hours, and to find a convenient time that works for the whole class.

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  • Advertisement

    The concept of advertisement is not thought of to be a separate concept, but rather a build-on to the other four concepts. In the empathize phase we found that not all teachers knew about Kulan (neither the subsidy or any of the other functions of Kulan), and not all teachers were aware of the benefits of including culture in the curriculum. We came to the conclusion that whatever concept we develop further, the existing infrastructure needs to be better used to inform teachers about the tools and subsidies available and also to increase the awareness of the value of culture and the aesthetic learning processes in education.

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  • Kraft laroplan

    This is the home page of our kraft laroplan website, it provides details about the curriculum builder, the news feed about the latest addition to the page, contact details, and a reward section.

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  • Collabo-Sharing

    The main focus of the Collabo-Sharing concept is to connect different actors and to create understanding for the importance of culture . In the children’s and youth culture plan of the City of Stockholm, “Culture at eye-level – for, with and by children and young people”, it is stated that “education and culture go hand in hand”. Further, it states the goal to “provide all young people with the formative education necessary so they can make their own important life choices” and that “active participation in culture, as practitioners and spectators, strengthens children’s ability to communicate and put themselves in other people's situations, provides them with the skills needed to go from a creative concept to action, and strengthens their personal identity”. However, we found that the “school world” and the “cultural world” seemed to be very separate entities that interact minimally with each other in Stockholm.

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  • Stockholm Ungsdom Art Festival (SUKF)

    The main focus of the Stockholm Kulturfestival Ungdom concept is to facilitate planning and to connect different actors. Stockholm is a city with a rich cultural life and a lot of cultural activities going on. When talking to teachers we understood that they do not experience a shortage of information, but rather some feel flooded with information and think that it is difficult to know what is of value for them. This results in a situation where teachers do not make the most of the resources available for them.

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