We call for building owners (public or private) and communities to share responsibilities on maintaining and preserving cultural heritage. Communitism considers collaborative artistic expression as a generator of common knowledge and practice.
Communitism believes space can shift behaviour and transform character. Art is the methodology to invite people used to acting as individuals into common practices to transcend into active citizenship. Communitism is based on sharing spaces, means of production, competences and time through practices of cooperation, solidarity and mutualism.
Inspired by civic use principles Communitism grants accessibility, usability, fairness, inclusiveness and common decision making process in the use and care of spaces.
Communitism recognises itself in the rejection of any form of fascism, racism, sexism, homophobia, ageism through active policies of inclusion and respect to singularities, rejecting fear as a way of approaching reality, through implementing practices of love.
Communitism discusses with everyone as long as both parties cover half of the distance balancing senseful business with social action.