Rio+20 and culture. Advocating for Culture as a Pillar of Sustainability is a summary of the strategy that the Committee on culture of United Cities and Local Governments developed in 2010-2012 to influence the process towards the UN Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20) which took place in Rio de Janeiro on 20-22 June 2012.
This Culturelink’s publication marks twenty years of its continuous networking and research activities in cultural development, cultural policies, intercultural communication and international cultural cooperation. Researchers from all continents investigate the role and relevance that cultural networks have in cultural development and communication, and new perspectives of cultural networking in the 21st century. Special consideration is given to the position of cultural networks within cultural policy structures and to the effective usage of innovative information and communication technologies.
This publication is a follow-up of the previous study conducted in 2006 on the circulation of circus and street artworks in Europe. It aims to work out the impacts of the global economic crisis on mobility in the sector.
This final report is the outcome of the work of the Open Method of Coordination Working Group of European Union Member States Experts on Mobility Support Programmes, a group of twenty-five experts representing an equal number of EU Member States that expressed an interest in participating. The Working Group was launched in early 2011 under the Council Work Plan for Culture 2011-2014 which implements the European Agenda for Culture
ON-AiR: Reflecting on the mobility of artists in Europe
European tool for artists; mobility workshops and training programs on artist-in-residence (AiR) opportunities.
International AiR programs and other mobility schemes are an integral part of art practice today. AiR centres function as alternative ‘academies’, catalysing artistic intelligence and dialogue. Hosts, guests, peers, and the public explore, build, and share knowledge and experience, that cross borders and cultures. Through AiR programs artistic resources are accumulated and distributed.
The journey wich is full of surprise
As these backstage snippets of conversation, advice and cathartic confessions from interviews with experienced international co-producers in Europe and Asia demonstrate, it is high time for this publication.
International meeting : urban planning and culture. A gentrification inevitable ?
In Genève september 28th and 29th, 2011
10 proposals by Autre(s)pARTs for a different relationship with art and with local communities
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