(NL) Dutch Culture: Open invitation – Fair International Cultural Cooperation
Application Deadline: 10. Oktober 2019
Announcement final selection of participants: 24. Oktober 2019
Happening: 04. bis 06. Dezember 2019
International cultural directors, artists, thinkers, scientists, critics, policymakers and funders with a focus on climate issues and who are actively invested in the topic of fair international cultural cooperation, are called upon to apply for the gathering on Friday December 6.
The discussion will be supported by a keynote speaker and additional reading concerning Fair International Cultural Cooperation - Climate. The goal of this gathering is to identify, on a cross-disciplinary basis, current conventions and best practices. See for further exploration of the theme below.
Having started the series of gatherings in early 2018, DutchCulture and international partners explore the possibility of an internationally sourced and accepted code of conduct encompassing widely varying/a wide variety of perspectives and practices. Each gathering covers a specific theme: funding in 2018, climate change this year and, hopefully, heritage in 2020.
During this session in December 2019, we will be asking ourselves: how can international cultural cooperation be considered fair with respect to the climate?
We ask you to actively participate in two work sessions which will take place in groups. The sessions will cover the following two questions:
What conventions do we share when talking about fair international cultural cooperation in the scope of climate change? I.e. what cross-sectoral and/or ontological frameworks sort to minimise negative ecological impact while maximising positive societal effects?
What are the opportunities and challenges in your organisations, your funding systems, with partners and with audiences of a climate orientated practice? I.e. which tools or mechanisms could we develop that aim for fairness and what are the best cases we can refer to?
Similar to last year, the outcomes of these discussions will be presented as a report and will be used to further the conversation on Fair within international cultural cooperation.
To us, it is clear only a broad international group of representatives with an interdisciplinary approach could be able to produce any useful answers. So please feel free to share this invitation with your peers, we look forward to your presence and our discussion.
Applications without financial compensation
Participating is free of charge and lunch and drinks are covered by DutchCulture. Deadline for applications is October 10. Subscribe here to apply for participation.
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