Socioculture is the active culture that is made and shaped by everyone, especially in institutions and initiatives on the ground. It is therefore an important part of cultural education.
Cultural education takes place in many areas and institutions of our society. Cultural institutions and educational methods in the extracurricular field are of particular importance, since they can easily reach young people in the context of their interests and contribute playfully to succeed socialisation and education, on the other hand because the activation and use of cultural institutions as an educational body also promotes their development and rejuvenation.
In this way, the cooperation relationship between school and culture can be condensed, which also contributes to a realistic understanding of the Alliance of Education and Culture for young users. The basis for an assessment of educational potting in the cultural sector is the recognition of the equivalence of formal, informal and non-formal education. This includes the acceptance of different educational locations.