Satellite Paris 2016
How do the officials in charge of the national, regional, local cultural policies answer the increasing demand of their government for measurable evidence of the value of culture? How do they defend a vibrant climate for the arts, when the political focus is elsewhere? And if impacts are measurable and measured, will the results influence cultural policies?
These and other questions will be discussed at our Satellite in Paris organised by IETM, in partnership with French Ministry of Culture and Communication - Directorate-General of artistic creation (MCC-DGCA) and the Croatian Ministry of Culture.
In February 2015, IETM held a first Satellite meeting in Brussels dedicated to measurement of the impact of the arts, especially in national public policies. This meeting, offered an opportunity to exchange models and initiatives existing in different countries.To read the reports of the meeting and watch the keynote speech by Pascal Gielen, please visit this page.
The purpose of the sequel Satellite in Paris is to put forward the arguments in favor of public funding for cultural activities in various European countries, in a mix of responsibles for culture from national Ministies, local and regional governments and representatives of the arts world.
Participation is by invitation only, but please contact IETM if you would like to take part or want to propose a participant: firstname.lastname@example.org subject: Satellite Paris
Monday, 7 March
Doors open for registration and welcome coffee
Welcome by Régine Hatchondo, General Director of Artistic Creation (French Ministry of Culture and Communication) and Iva Hraste Sočo (Croatian Ministry of Culture)
Introduction to the program by Nan van Houte (IETM)
Keynote speech by Milena Dragićević Šešić (University of Belgrade/ Head of UNESCO Chair cultural policy)
Results of the latest European Cultural Barometer by Péter Inkei(Budapest Observatory)
Key findings from the ‘Feasibility study on data collection and analysis in the cultural and creative sectors in the EU’ byValentina Montalto (KEA)
Round table discussions 1 (mixed groups) on the following topics:
Which new arguments in favor of the public funding of the arts and culture?
How to involve experts from the artistic field in the decision-making processes?
What are the valuable indicators for evaluating the arts?
The round table discussion will gather around the same table representatives from national, regional and local authorities and from the arts field, and will allow for the exchange of opinions, practices and challenges.
Round table discussions 2 (peer groups)
This round table discussion will deal with the same topics of the previous one but will be organised in “peer tables”: one only for representatives of national governments and arts councils, one for regional and local authorities and their councils and one for representatives of the arts field.
16:30 Coffee break
17:30 Feedback from the Round tables
Tuesday, 8 March
Doors open / coffee and tea
10:00 Warming up: wrap-up of Day 1
Round table discussions 3 (mixed tables)
Table arrangements and topics to be decided based on the outcomes of Day 1.
12:30Feedback from the Round tables
Closing Plenary Session with Nina Obuljen Koržinek (IRMO, Croatia / IFACCA)
Master of Ceremonies: Chrissie Faniadis (EUNIA)
Moderators of round tables: Serhan Ada (Santralistanbul / Istanbul Bilgi University), Emina Visnic (Pogon), Goran Tomka (Faculty of Sport and Tourism), Valeria Marcolin (Culture and Development).
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