A democratic model of cultural (re)production should necessarily include the notion of common good to be a pillar of its social contract, with indicators and proof of its social performance. Today the political and economic system that defines us has rendered our fictions of justice precarious and has blurred the civic notions of any social empathy or ecology-related options. We have ended up producing ourselves as subjects of a market-driven culture with its particular ethical guidelines and competitive logic. The public guarantee of a future cultural heritage, the accountability of the political exercise of culture, and the merit of the elites towards the excellence and solidarity of their commitment seem to have become outdated expectations within a global scene molded by predatory practices, simulacrum and corruption. The idea of the public good in current cultural policy has been understood in terms of spectacle and/or a-critical mass, for the benefit of a power structure beset by its patently shattered credibility. Today it would seem that we, the cultural agents—producers, consumers, merchants and all other middlemen—egged on by neo-liberal economic dynamics, are more concerned with catalyzing ourselves as subject-brands than in working jointly within the network of life whose spiritual density could be the maximum outcome of the common good. How can we participate in designing cultural policy and defining its priorities for the benefit of common good? How can we articulate objective public-service accountability and produce a culture that is no longer serving a State and its mythical social mandate? Can the private funding sphere ignore public consensus when it comes to the guarantee of a democratic, multiethnic culture based on indicators for the common good? How can the laws and prerogatives that regulate foundations, sponsor organizations and other cultural financing initiatives be rendered more transparent and more in line with societal solidarity and benefit? What type of social fabric is producing the culture that we are creating?