Conference: festival jungle-policy desert? The festival policy of public authorities19 October 2007
The Round Table on Festival Policies in Europe organised by European research network CIRCLE (Cultural Information and Research Centres Liaison in Europe) and the European Festival Research Project (EFRP) consortium, hosted by Interarts, will be held in Barcelona on 19-20 October.
With the kind support of the Ministry of Culture and the Media of the Government of Catalonia.
Dates: 19-20 October 2007
Venue: Centre d'Art Santa Mònica. La Rambla, 7. 08002 Barcelona
Friday 19 October 2007
Mercedes Giovinazzo, Director, Interarts
Dorota Ilczuk, President, CIRCLE
Dragan Klaic, Chair, EFRP
Government of Catalonia (tbc)
15.50 The festival policy of public authorities
The CIRCLE/EFRP/Interarts survey on “Festival Policies of Public Authorities in Europe”
Summary of the main findings by Dorota Ilczuk and Magdalena Kulikowska (Pro Cultura, Warsaw)
Chaired by Mercedes Giovinazzo (Interarts, Barcelona)
16.35 Forms of public support to festivals: systems, prerogatives, competences and responsibilities. The playing field and its protagonists. Legal provisions. Governance implications.
Introductions by Veronika Ratzenböck (Österreichische Kulturdokumentation, Vienna), Satu Silvanto (City of Helsinki Urban Facts), Kirill Razlogov (Russian Institute for Cultural Research, Moscow), Lluís Bonet (University of Barcelona)
Moderator and rapporteur: Jordi Baltà (Interarts, Barcelona)
17.40 Coffee break
18.00 Festival funding: rationale, expectations, objectives. Procedures and funding cycles. Financial volumes and proportions: sources and beneficiaries.
Introductions by Jordi Baltà (Interarts, Barcelona), Cornelia Dümcke (Culture Concepts, Berlin), Péter Inkei (Budapest Observatory)
Moderator and rapporteur: Carla Bodo (Associazione per l'Economia della Cultura, Rome)
19.15 End of the session
Saturday 20 October 2007
9.45 Festival support practices and cultural policies: tensions, contradictions and possible synergies
Introductions by Ayca Ince (Istanbul Bilgy University), Teresa Martinho (Observatory of Cultural Activities, Lisbon), Jean-Cédric Delvainquière (French Ministry of Culture and Communication, Paris), Joanna Ostrowska (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan), Ricardo Szwarcer*(Grec Festival, Barcelona) –to be confirmed-.
Moderator and rapporteur: Christopher Gordon (consultant, Winchester)
11.30 Coffee break
11.45 Towards a set of recommendations to the public authorities on festival policies
Introduction by Péter Inkei (Budapest Observatory)
Moderators and rapporteurs: Dorota Ilczuk (Pro Cultura, Warsaw / President, CIRCLE) and Dragan Klaic (Chair, EFRP / Amsterdam)
12.00 Discussion and preliminary formulation of recommendations
Mercedes Giovinazzo (Interarts)
15.30-19.00 CIRCLE General assembly
Attendance to the round table is free. Registration by 17 October is required.
For registration please contact Elena de Alós, email@example.com. Tel (+34) 934 877 022