thursday 24th march


10h à 13h : Ateliers de travail
Atelier 3 : Culture, outil de rénovation sociale
Atelier 4 : L’artiste et le patrimoine vivant
14h à 17h : Speed-datings

10:00 am – 1:00 pm: Workshops

Workshop 3: Culture, a tool for social renovation

In the European free market context, human rights and cultural dignity have to be re-claimed, especially if we wish to stand against a consumerist vision established by cultural industries.
An implementation of the projects on their own basis means developing cross cooperation and stronger involvement of people and artists. Is this enlargement of cultural projects in their local dimension a guarantee for sustainable artistic development? Are the values and modes of popular education movements still appropriate? In what way do these collective processes participate to social renovation?

Sébastien Cornu, TREMA network, Fedurok, Coustellet – Vaucluse

Vincent De Block, A.M.I., Marseille

Jean-Michel Lucas, Rennes 2 University of « Haute Bretagne »
Marco Félez, Les Articulteurs, Redon - Brittany
Renata Fontanillas, Oï Kabum-Oï Futuro, Rio de Janeiro – Brazil
Samo Selimovic, Bunker, Ljubljana – Slovenia

Workshop 4: The artist and living heritage

In many local areas, cultural life cannot ignore summer events, and cultural tourism is an economic reality that no-one would object to. But this wish for “attractiveness” and “competitiveness” demands more than simple management of temporary tourist traffic and preserving heritage. Can we find the right balance between heritage, creation, temporary events and long term actions?

Workshop leader
Philippe Teillet, Political Studies Institute, Grenoble

André Akutsa, A.M.I., Marseille

Nadine Gomez, Gassendi Museum, Digne-les-Bains – Alpes-de-Haute-Provence
Julio Gómez, SINSALaudio, Vigo – Spain
Maïté Mazel, Citema, Cetona – Italy
Sandra Kapetanovic, Expeditio, Kotor – Montenegro

2:00 pm – 5:00 pm: Speed-dating
Meet each other, present one’s project, ask advice: exactly 10 minutes to meet, between the contributors to the discussions, the members of the audience and the local operators of the CADO cultural activities and companies’ incubator.