New space for participation on the CCCB’s blog
How often have you been to an activity at the Centre and left wanting to raise your hand and give some reasoned criticism of what you’ve just seen or heard? YOUR VOICE is a space for conversation between the multiple voices of visitors to the Centre.
On the VEUS CCCB (CCCB VOICES) blog, we’ve opened a new channel of communication for all visitors to the Centre: YOUR VOICE. It’s an inbox where you can send opinions, criticisms, reflections, stories and impressions about the CCCB’s activities.
What’s the difference between this new window for opinion and others like Twitter, Facebook, blogs or an exhibition visitors’ book?
YOUR VOICE sets out to be a space for participation that goes beyond “I like it” or “I don’t like it”. You can write long articles (up to a page of Word) arguing your opinions about the CCCB’s programme.
Every week, the CCCB’s web team will review all the opinions received and publish, on the blog, all those that respect the criteria of participation:
- All texts must have a title and a font size of no more than one page of Word.
- All contents must be the work of the person who submits them and must be signed.
- Mentions of authors or works should be indicated by links or bibliographic references.
- Advertising, offensive contents and unreasoned criticism will not be accepted.
Using the form in YOUR VOICE, you can also send in photos and videos, provided they are your work.