NETWORK

An active network of international partners

Dédale develops its projects at a European and International level, connecting arts, culture, urban planning and society topics. It favours cooperation processes both at a local and a cross-border level, with a transdisciplinary and cross-sectoral approach.

Dedale has developed an expertise in the set up of cultural cooperation projects: MOB / Mobility, Arts, Technologies and European Cities, ECLECTIS / European Citizens' Laboratory for Empowerment: CIties Shared (Programme Culture 2007-2013).

Dedale is also implicated in the development of innovative digital services, experimented in Europe in the frame of the SmartCity Living Lab (labeled by ENoLL, 6th wave). It takes parts in Cultural Heritage Projects in the field of Information Society (Programmes eTen, eContent+, ICT-PSP) and Research (6th and 7th Framework Programme).

Since 2004, Dédale is mandated by the French Culture and Communication Ministry to coordinate the involvement of French institutions in European projects dedicated to the Heritage valorisation: Michael, Michael +, Minerva, Minerva+, MinervaEC, Athena, Linked Heritage, DC-NET, Indicate.

At a local and national level, Dédale is member of Cap Digital, Vivacités Île-de-France, Les Promenades urbaines and Acteurs du Paris Durable.
At the European and International level, Dédale is also member of important networks like Michael Culture Association (European heritage digitization and valorisation), ENOLL (European Network of Living Lab - in situ and in vivo experiment lab for innovative services involving manufacturers, artists and users), Culture Action Europe and other cooperation networks.

Dédale is funded by the European Commission, the French Culture and Communication Ministry, the Région île-de-France and Paris City Council.

Notre réseau
 
A privileged partnership with Asia and China: URBANitIS

In 2013, Dédale has launched URBANitIS, a network developed in collaboration with Sinapolis, a studio for studies and resources on cities and built environments based in Beijing, China.

Combining artistic, cultural, society, digital and urban-planning topics, URBANitIS aims at fostering the crossing of creative and sustainable approaches for urban planning in both France and China. The project also intends to associate local population to the reflective process on the becoming of contemporary cities.

Networks
 
logo Living Labs / Enoll
Culture Action Europe
Michael Culture Association
Vivacités
promenades urbaines
 
Partners
 
Sinapolis
Logo - CIUP
 
Commission Européenne Culture
ministère de la culture et de la communication
région ile de france
Oseo
Mairie de Paris
 
Clients

Ministère de la culture et de la communication - DAPA, DICRéAM, DRAC Ile-de-France, DAI, DREST, MRT, Centre National du Cinéma (French Center for Film), French Presidency of the European Union, Ministère de la recherche et de l’enseignement supérieur - Direction de la recherche et de la technologie d’Ile-de-France, French Embassy in Rome

Clichy-la-Garenne City council, Rennes Métropole, Nice City council, Regional Council of Val-de-Marne, DEFACTO - Etablissement public de gestion du quartier d’affaires de la Défense, Paris City council - Direction Paris Métropole and territorial cooperations - Direction of cultural affairs – Department of arts in the city – Direction of international relations - Label Paris Europe, Ile-de-France Region- Unity Society, Culture, Tourism, Sports and Leisures and Unity Development, Research, Innovation and Higher Education, ARCADI.

Institut français, Italian Cultural Institute in Paris, National Audiovisual Institute (INA), European House of Photography (MEP), Public Establishment of the park and of the Grande Halle de la Villette, Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie, Cité internationale universitaire de Paris, Michael Culture AISBL

European Commission - DG Information Society – DG Research & Innovation - DG Culture Education

Orange, HP, Cap Digital Competitive cluster, Futur en Seine, OSEO, Culture Mobile, Nokia, Habitat, Storm,...

 

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