Infoculture is a service with a cross-border orientation that provides information on employment and training for cultural professionals. Its main objective is to offer information and guidance to those involved in the culture sector in order to make it easier for them to improve their skills, and by so doing to professionalise their activity. The international orientation of the service means it can foster networks, collaborations and synergies between a diverse range of projects at a wider territorial level. In this context, the south of France is seen as particularly important given its geographical proximity.
The Culture and Employment Documentation Centre, which is based in Huesca (Spain), focuses its activities on the culture sector. Its bibliographical collection, consisting of almost 2000 specialised publications on cultural employment, is available to members for reference and on loan. The centre also gathers information on calls related to job openings, training opportunities and competitions. This information is made available at the centre and through its website, via communication services and information alerts. The launch of this information and orientation service for the culture sector makes it easier for professionals working in this field to improve their job-related skills and access a broader job market, enabling them to become economic actors with better employment prospects.
Nowadays, the centre is supported by the Multilateral Association and the Huesca City Council. Infoculture is also interested in developping cross-borders projects at an european or international level. Staff speaks in English.
Horario de atención a proyectos y consultas: martes de 11 a 15 y de 17 a 19 h., miércoles de 17 a 19 h. y jueves de 11 a 15 h.
Avda. Mtnez. de Velasco 4-6
Centro Cultural Manuel Benito Moliner (antiguo Matadero)
22005, Huesca (España)