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Second World Culturelink Conference Programme

Dynamics of Communication: New Ways and New Actors

Zagreb, Croatia, 9-12 June 2005, Mimara Museum

Final Programme

Thursday, 9 June 2005

12.00 -
3.30 p.m.

Registration of Participants: The Mimara Museum

4.00 p.m.

Opening of the Conference

 

  • Mladen Staničić, Director of the Institute for International Relations
  • Biserka Cvjetičanin, Director of the Culturelink Network
  • Damir Dijaković, UNESCO Representative
  • Vlasta Pavić, Mayor of the City of Zagreb
  • Božo Biškupić, Minister of Culture of the Republic of Croatia

4.30 p.m.

First Working Session: The End of Globalisation?

Redefined Role of States and National Cultures. Regionalization and Decentralization. Trans-border Cooperation.

 

Chair: Jennifer Williams, Centre for Creative Communities, United Kingdom

 

Keynote Speakers:

 

  • Kirill Razlogov, Russian Institute for Cultural Research, Russia
    The Spectre of Globalization
  • Raymond Weber, Lux-Development, Luxembourg
    Mondialisation/Gglobalisation et nouveaux roles pour les politiques culturelles
  • Vjeran Katunarić, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zageb, Croatia
    Nation-states and Cultural Disjunctures: Strategies and Tactics
  • Jean-Pierre Saez, Observatoire des politiques culturelles, France
    La dynamique de la décentralisation des politiques culturelles en Europe : observations et significations

5.45 p.m.

Coffee Break

6.00 p.m.

Speakers:

 

  • Nada Švob-Đokić, Institute for International Relations, Croatia
    New Borders and Borderless Cultures
  • Guillermo Gutierrez, ICEPH, Argentina
    Fronteras de lo global: autonomias y localismos
  • Matko Meštrović, Institute of Economics Zagreb, Croatia
    The Benefits of Globalisaton? Misconceptions and/or Misunderstandings
  • Reza Najafbagy, Islamic Azad University, Iran
    Development and Change and the State's Role
  • Ilona Niebal-Buba, University of Wroclaw, Poland
    State, Business, Third Sector, European Union. The Impact of EU Membership on Financing of Culture in Poland
  • Nikola Petković, University of Rijeka, Croatia
    Chomsky in Drnovšek's Car: Borders, Cultures, Border-cultures
  • Sanjin Dragojević, Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Zagreb, Croatia
    Challenges for Cultural Decentralization in South-Eastern Europe

7.30 p.m.

Welcome Reception
hosted by Mr. Milan Bandić, Deputy Mayor of the City of Zagreb
Croatian Cultural Club Restaurant, Museum of Arts and Crafts (MUO), Trg Maršala Tita 10

Friday, 10 June 2005

9.00 a.m.

First Working Session: Continuation

New Actors: Local Communities, Civil Society, Professional Organizations and Individuals. New Public Policies / Cultural Policies: Developing Partnerships with Civil Society and the Private Sector. Mobility.

 

Chair: Felipe Mendoza de Leon, National Commission for Culture and the Arts, Philippines

 

Keynote Speakers:

 

  • Colin Mercer, Cultural Capital Ltd., United Kingdom
    Cultural Policy Beyond and Below the Nation-state: New Forms of Subnational and Transnational Cultural Identity and Citizenship
  • Dorota Ilczuk, CIRCLE; Jagiellonian University, Poland
    Searching for New Ways of Cultural Policy Implementation. A Project of Organisational and Financial Changes in the Field of Culture in Poland
  • Sarah Gardner, IFACCA, Australia
    Artist's International Mobility
  • Serge Bernier, Observatoire de la culture et des comunications du Quebec, Canada
    Partnership between the State and Civil Society. A Case Study of the Observatoire de la culture et des communications du Quebec

 

Speakers:

 

  • Jennifer Williams, Centre for Creative Communities, United Kingdom
    Funding Creative Community Building
  • Milena Dragićević Šešić, University of Arts Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro
    Shared Policies: Future of Cultural Development. New Models of Partnership between the Public, Private and Civil Sector
  • Karl-Erik Normann, European Cultural Parliament, Germany
    A Stronger Role for Artists in Civil Society and Public Discourse
  • Ana Wortman, Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina
    Crisis social y políticas culturales en la Argentina. Espacios de la sociedad civil generadores de proyectos culturales.
  • Chulamanee Chartsuwan, Asia-Europe Foundation, Singapore
    ASEF's Dialogue on Policy and Culture: The Role of Civil Society in Asia and Europe

11.15 a.m.

Coffee Break

11.30 a.m.

First Working Session: Continuation / Discussion

1.30 p.m.

Lunch

2.30 p.m.

Second Working Session: Cultural Diversity

Full Affirmation of Multiculturalism / Interculturalism. Mediated Cultures and New Technologies. New Cultural Identities.

 

Chair: Vladimir Skok, Canadian Heritage, Canada

 

Keynote Speakers:

 

  • Nina Obuljen, Institute for International Relations, Croatia
    Anticipating the Convention on the Protection of the Diversity of Cultural Contents and Artistic Expressions
  • Joost Smiers, Utrecht School of the Arts, The Netherlands
    The Need for a Global Cultural Movement
  • Cees Hamelink, Professor, The Netherlands
    Communicating for Global Interculturality
  • Benjamin Bogado, Fundacion Libre, Paraguay
    Ante el unilateralismo político, una respuesta multicultural
  • Žarko Paić, Faculty of Textile Technology, University of Zagreb, Croatia
    Multiculturalism and Beyond: New Politics of Identities
  • Simao Souindoula, CICIBA, Gabon
    Identité bantu et diversité culturelle

4.00 p.m.

Coffee Break

4.15 p.m.

Second Working Session: Continuation

 

Speakers:

 

  • Dubravko Škiljan, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb, Croatia
    Le multiculturalisme en question – une vue linguistique
  • Felipe Mendoza de Leon, National Commission for Culture and the Arts, Philippines
    Re-enchanting the World: A Paradigm for Multiculturalism
  • Mark Dubrulle, Europe of Cultures Forum, Belgium
    Developing Democracy Through Cultural Diversity
  • Gao Xian, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China
    Harmony with Diversity. Orientation of World Development and the Case of China
  • Diego Gradis, Traditions pour Demain, Suisse
    Les peuples autochtones : de sujets à acteurs de la solidarité, de la diversité culturelle et de la globalisation
  • Kruno Martinac, School of Creative Arts, The University of Melbourne, Australia
    Any Body There: Virtual Diaspora
  • Abdelillah Benarafa, ISESCO, Morocco
    La diversité culturelle
  • Christophe Germann, University of Bern, Switzerland
    Culture in Times of Cholera: A Vision for a New Legal Framework Promoting Cultural Diversity
  • Riste Taneski, Ministry of Culture, Macedonia
    Macedonia – Multicultural Diversity

5.45 -
7.00 p.m.

Second Working Session: Continuation / Discussion

7.30 p.m.

Concert of the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra, Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall
Programme: Rimsky-Korsakov, Strauss
Conductor: Vjekoslav Šutej

Saturday, 11 June 2005

9.00 a.m.

Third Working Session: New Ways of Communication and Cooperation

Internet and Cultural Networks: Diversity of Cultural Communication. Impact of Virtual Communication on Cultures. Cultural Participation.

 

Chair: Zrinjka Peruško, Institute for International Relations, Croatia

 

Keynote Speakers:

 

  • Vladimir Skok, Canadian Heritage, Canada
    Culture.mondo: Portals as the New Public Space
  • Tom O'Regan, Media International Australia Incorporating Culture & Policy, Australia
    Impact of Virtual Communication on Cultures
  • Keyan G. Tomaselli and Paul Rodda, University of KwaZulu – Natal, South Africa
    Cultures of Control and Dispersion – New Media and Global Information Networks from a Freirian Perspective
  • Corina Suteu, Ecumest, Romania
    Cultural Networking in the Technological Age: Building New Actors of Communication and Reshaping the Cultural Representations
  • Aggrey Brown, University of the West Indies, Jamaica
    The Internet, Cultural Networks and Diversity of Cultural Communication

 

Speakers:

 

  • Diane Dodd, RECAP – Boekmanstichting, The Netherlands
    Global Information Resources for Cultural Policy: New Approaches
  • Henri Cheruiyot Changwony, International Council of African Museums, Kenya
    Internet Connectivity in African Museums
  • Tamara Lapteva, Scientific and Information Center on Culture and Art of the Russia State Library, Russia
    Russian State Library as an Actor in the Field of Socio-cultural Communication
  • Krešo Rogina and Vinko Penezić, Penezić & Rogina Arhitekti, Croatia
    Architecture in Digital Age. Architects as New Actors in Communication
  • Jennifer Jennings, The Corn Exchange Theatre Company, Ireland
    Ignoring the Bleeps – Digital Art Music in Ireland

11.15 a.m.

Coffee Break

11.30 a.m.

Third Working Session: Continuation / Discussion

1.00 p.m.

Lunch

2.30 p.m.

Special Session: Culturelink 10 Years After

Cultural Change and Cooperative Networks. Culturelink and International Cultural Cooperation.

 

Chair: Benjamin Bogado, Fundación Libre, Paraguay

 

Keynote Speakers:

 

  • Yudhishthir Raj Isar, The American University of Paris, France, and European Forum for the Arts and Heritage (EFAH)
    The World Cultures Yearbook Project
  • Biserka Cvjetičanin, Institute for International Relations / Culturelink, Croatia
    Culturelink – Reseau global, quel avenir?
  • Jean-Pierre Deru, Fondation Marcel Hicter, Belgium
    Les réseaux culturels: outils efficaces de coopération ou dégâts interculturels collatéraux
  • Willy Faché, University of Ghent, Belgium
    Development of 'Expatriate' Culture in National Cultural Centres Abroad

 

Speakers:

 

  • Máté Kovács and Lupwishi Mbuyamba, Observatory for Cultural Policies in Africa (OCPA), Mozambique
    Cultural Change and Cooperative Networks in Africa
  • Vera Turković, Academy of Fine Arts, University of Zagreb, Croatia
    International Communication and Cooperation through Visual Art
  • Konrad Gunesch, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    Cosmopolitan Identity Combined with the Multilingual Ability for a New Dimension and Dynamics of Individual Intercultural Competence and Communication
  • Frédérique Ehrmann and Silvia Cazacu, Banlieues d'Europe, France
    Cultural Democracy, New Networks in Eastern Europe

4.30 p.m.

Coffee Break

4.45 p.m.

Special Presentation

 

  • Erika Block, New York University / Walk & Squawk Performance Project, USA
    The Walking Project – Desire Lines, Walking and Mapping Across Continents

5.15 p.m.

Summary and Conclusions

Sunday, 12 June

10.00 a.m.

Walking Sightseeing Tour (assembly point in front of the Mimara Museum)

 


 
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