Stable projects

Stable projects are projects which are deemed significant, important, necessary or popular among people both in the Qultura community and outside it.

They can be an effective means of achieving a major chunk of our mission, for example Qultura Fringe, which can be used as a powerful resource for connecting people, teaching and developing creativity, discipline, and helping people to develop better story telling and narrative skills, in addition to efficiently teach drama and acting.

A stable project can be a container project which can lead to the generation of other Qultura projects, such as Qultura Community Resources, which is a stable project specifically set up to generate new projects from different Qultura community members. Whereas the process can often become important on certain Qultura Fringe projects, on other projects such as Qultura Community Resources and such projects as the Community Library, Human Library and Street Resources, it is the creative output which is important.

Some stable projects are community support projects such as the Community Library, which is being developed at The ROSE, Project Zero which is the new shadow community project for Universal Credit claimants and Street Resources, which is being developed for the street homeless in Central London.

How to get involved with a stable project

While stable projects are generally public or open to the public if you want to be involved in a stable project we strongly recommend signing up to our community first. You can do this in one of two ways, or indeed both ways.

The first is to head for the Qultura community webpage and then >How to join the Qultura community where you can either follow the instructions there (if you need to) or complete the form at the foot of the webpage. You can also go to the Qultura Core webpage >About us >The Qultura Core project and sign up to the Qultura Core community where you can also immediately preselect your role.

Then it's usually best to read up about the project on any webpage about the project to find out about the project's mission and objectives, how to get involved with the project, what the project needs to develop, when and where the project meets and so on. It's usually good to ask about the project on our Community Message Board and in our social media groups. Alternatively you can also message us and ask questions and we can pass on any messages to the relevant people.

Food sharing and the ROSE

From 2020 we're extending our native food sharing culture to the ROSE community and asking local stores and supermarkets if they wish to get rid of any food items or donate perishables and non perishables such as milk, tea, coffee, sugar. Please ensure that items are fairtrade, and you can also sign up to OLIO which is a food sharing community.