European Cultural Policies 2015: A Report with Scenarios on the Future of Public Funding for Contemporary Art in Europe
Iaspis & eipcp, London / Stockholm / Vienna, 2005, 112 pp., ISBN 3-9501762-4-1
Produced on the occasion of the Frieze Art Fair in October 2005, the report is a collaboration between Iaspis (International Artist Studio Programme in Sweden), eipcp (European Institute for Progressive Cultural Policies) and åbäke, an international design group based in London.
The full report is freely available as PDF-file at http://www.iaspis.com/pdf/2015_download.pdf.
From 18-20 November 2005 a workshop will be held at Iaspis in Stockholm in which tactics and strategies for concrete action based on the report will be discussed. Its eight contributors will give public presentations, participate in a public workshop and hold a closed discussion session. The aim is to think through and discuss the various scenarios in order to start formulating methods for dealing with the situation. Are site-specific approaches necessary? How can networks and other alliances function? How realistic are alternative economies? What could be fruitful ways of approaching mixed economies?
To register for the Stockholm workshop please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, please contact: Iaspis - International Artists Studio Programme in Sweden, Box 1610 SE-111 86 Stockholm, Sweeden; e-mail: email@example.com; http://www.iaspis.com/ or
Eipcp - European Institute for Progressive Cultural Policies, Gumpendorfer Straße 63b, 1060 Wien, Austria; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; http://www.eipcp.net