The Salzburg Global Forum for Young Cultural Innovators empowers rising talents in the creative sector to drive social, economic and urban change. Launched in 2014, it is building a global network of 500 competitively-selected changemakers in “hub” communities who design collaborative projects, build skills, gain mentors, and connect to upcoming innovators in their cities and countries.

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Young Cultural Innovator Participates in Leadership Exchange in Cape Town

Salzburg Global Fellow Atianna Cordova reflects on 2018 trip to South Africa

Zoe Chun: Art Community - A Salon of This Generation

Salzburg Global Fellow Zoe Chun reflects on her experience at the sixth program of the Young Cultural Innovators Forum

Cultural Innovation, Leadership and Collaboration: A Global Platform

Latest report from the Young Cultural Innovators Forum now online to download, read and share

Finding Common Ground through Cultural Innovation

YCI Canada fellows explore their commonalities and differences during a Haida Gwaii research-residency

Cultivating History, Documenting Dreams

Photographer and designer Jose Cotto reflects on his return to Salzburg Global Seminar and helping YCI Fellows reach their destinations

Fostering Creative Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Fellows discuss events and notable changes in their life since attending the Salzburg Global Forum for Young Cultural Innovators

Making the World Better and Beautiful Through Collaboration

Salzburg Global Fellow Jaimie (Joo Im) Moon discusses the impact of attending the YCI Forum and arts and culture in the Republic of Korea

Confronting Resistance and Change Through Poetry

Salzburg Global Fellow Sanja Grozdanic engages with Detroit creative scene through travel scholarship

From Asia to Austria and Back Again: Building Creative Networks Across the Globe

YCI Fellows from East and South Asia reflect on the impact of their experiences in Salzburg

Julién Godman: Detroit to Salzburg - Travel to Find Our Light Departing

Salzburg Global Fellow reflects on his experience at the sixth program of the YCI Forum
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