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. The theme for the third edition of the Prize (2018-2019) is Internet.
What can we do, in the field of culture, to ensure a freer, more open and egalitarian Internet? The current edition of the Prize will be recognising innovative cultural projects that propose actions in areas such as accessibility and representation, security and privacy, technopolitics and social transformation, ecological impact, ethics and digital literacy, or any other key topic that contributes to citizen empowerment and an improved Internet.
The winning project will be carried out in the framework of the 2019-2020 programme of the CCCB.
This edition’s jury members are:
- Renata Ávila, international human rights lawyer and digital rights advocate. Executive Director at the Fundación Ciudadano Inteligente.
- Solana Larsen, journalist and activist specialised in the Internet. Editor of the Internet Health Report at the Mozilla Foundation.
- Marisol López, cultural manager specialised the digital field. Director of the Digital Culture Area of the Catalan Institute of Cultural Enterprises (ICEC) of the Government of Catalonia.
- Nnenna Nwakanma, open data, free software and digital government specialist. Policy Director at World Wide Web Foundation.
- Juan Insua, director of the CCCBLab, the CCCB department for cultural research and innovation.