With the rise of digital technology, the notion of community has changed substantially in recent decades. We like to think of the concept of community as a way to relate to other entities, organisations, citizens and social movements. We believe in communities instead of audiences when it comes to talk about culture. We think of ourselves as an agent that mediates among different communities. This allows us to develop activity that provides value to collective intelligence, the commons and expanded education as indispensable conditions of coexistence.