The European module invites stakeholders from cultural institutions from different countries to share their specific experiences what challenges cultural institutions in Europe are facing and their ideas of dealing with. The module consists of two formats:
- Speed dating video talks
Stakeholders from cultural institutions of 6 countries will be paired for an experimental speed date: they don’t know each other, come from different cultural sectors and institutions and start a dialogue to discuss their crises and solutions. No registration is necessary for watching the speed dates. The 30 minutes video talkes will be published on the website of noFuture? and via Social Media on 3 consecutive Mondays: April 19, April 26, May 3. A short best off will be included in the following panel discussion.
Video talk 1: Olga Brzezińska, City of Literature Foundation (Poland) and Maria Vlachou, Acesso Cultura (Portugal)
Video talk 2: Goranka Horjan, Ethnographic Museum Zagreb (Croatia) and Eric Söderblom, Espoo City Theatre (Finland)
Video talk 3: Lars Ebert, H401 (Netherlands) and Tania Wilmer, Dance Umbrella Festivals (United Kingdom)
- Panel discussion
What are the current crises of culture in Europe? Which solutions already exist and which still need to be developed? These questions will also be answered from academia and cultural policy makers in the context of an online panel discussion on May 10, 17:30-19:00 (CEST).
The European module is implemented by following institutions under the umbrella of the Kulturpolitische Gesellschaft: The Compendium for Cultural Policies and Trends in Europe, The German Contact Point for Europe for Citizens and the German Creative Europe Desk CULTURE.
May 10th, 2021
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