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June 2020

Online European Conference 2020

June 15 @ 2:30 pm - September 28 @ 5:00 pm CEST

6 episodes: June – September 2020, online This call is open to cultural operators, artists, practitioners, activists, scholars, researchers, policy makers and funders, directors and decision-makers working in the field of arts and culture. European conference is open to all, though it is necessary to register beforehand.  Registration form Registration must be submitted via online Registration form available here.   Deadline Registrations for respective episodes are open as follows: Pre-Conference episode, 15th of June 2020 – deadline for registration: 11th…

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August 2020

European Conference · 1st episode: “Culture’s place in our lives”

August 31 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm CEST

Throughout the COVID19 outbreak, half of the world's population has been on lockdown. Cancelled fairs, festivals and concerts, closed clubs and shut-down theatres: we were all affected. Yet, in a time of desolation and deprivation, we have once again invited culture into our homes. Watching streaming series and movies, listening to music, reading books, we have suddenly become painfully aware of the extraordinary meaning culture has in our lives. Overnight, we were able to watch theatre performances from our couches,…

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September 2020

European Conference · 2nd episode: “A new vision for culture? Integrity, direction and relevance”

September 7 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm CEST

Some of our cultural institutions are already centuries old. But today's arts and cultural scene has widened to embrace multitudes. Film, design, comics, graffiti, photography, jazz, and many other forms of vernacular and popular culture represented a dramatic expansion of what culture means to our societies, amid shifting political, economic, social and technological landscapes. Yet even in today’s digitally connected world, the logic behind private and public funding supporting the production and display of cultural artefacts and art forms is…

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European Conference · 3rd episode: “The cultural institution – what needs to change?”

September 14 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm CEST

In the discussion on balance between elitism and cultural democracy we tackled the question of excellence and managerialism which is a dominant principle in which cultural institutions are run nowadays. It seems through many examples that none of the modes has proved sufficient to address both needs entangled in the friction of the two. For this reason, we wish to continue the discussion on the question of governance and is it possible to imagine different kinds of governance in institutions…

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European Conference · 4th episode: “Rethinking participation strategically”

September 21 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm CEST

This session looks at how participation and engagement in culture is being affected by the new world of crisis and social distancing and how, as cultural professionals, we should respond. At a time when artists and audiences have found new ways to relate to each other, we will look at new modes of engagement, expression and participation. On the other hand, it is clear that digital, online communication is not a panacea for all our problems. There are those who…

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