Flowering Local Community Participation: Culture and Nature as Cradles of Sustainable Development Via “KOINONO Tinos Art Gathering”
Christos Artemis and
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Christos Artemis: KOINONO Tinos Art Gathering
Olga Tsakirides: National Center for Social Research
A chapter in Strategic Innovative Marketing and Tourism, 2019, pp 1279-1285 from Springer
Abstract This article presents an innovative cultural non-profit organization named “KOINONO Tinos Art Gathering” operating on the island of Tinos, in the Cyclades Complex, using art as a mediator to strengthen social cohesion, to promote the place and revitalize the natural environment. The basis of the organization is a natural garden next to an old building, both parts of the island’s cultural heritage. The philosophy, its actions, as well as a first approach to the weaknesses, strengths, threats and opportunities are presented. The paper concludes with points for discussion and suggestions.
Keywords: KOINONO Tinos Art Gathering; Community gardens; Gardens and art (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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