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Videos from Valencia Final Conference

May 16, 2012

All the videos from the Valencia Conference are now on line.

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Photos from the Valencia Final Conference

January 23, 2012

The Valencia Final Conference of the Sostenuto project has taken place on 19 and 20 January. The final conference reached the aim to be a platform for presenting the most important conclusions in terms of modelling and theoretical concepts. It has also acted as a discussion forum around the political interpretation of the implications of these conclusions in formulating a contribution for the implementation of the social aspects of the Europe 2020 strategy.

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Sostenuto Final Conference: JOIN US ON STREAMING

January 13, 2012

After 3 years of cooperation, the University of Valencia and its department on Cultural Economics – partner of the SOSTENUTO project – will organise the final conference of this project, next 19th and 20th January, in Valencia, under the title:

Culture on the frontlines: unveiling the keys to social and economic innovation in the Med space”.

 This conference will be the opportunity to present the Green Book written during the project. It is made up of two parts:

– a modelling of the relationship between culture, creativity, innovation and territory in Europe, and particularly in the Med Space;

– a collective contribution to the implementation of the social component of the Strategy EU 2020. This part will gather articles on: Economy, Cultural Rights, New Indicators for Wealth, Common Goods.

The themes at the core of this Green Book will be the main lines for this conference; they will aim to open the debate on the necessity to rethink the place of culture in regards to the major changes faced by our societies.

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Synthesis available: Culture and territorial development (Redon, France, May 2011)

November 29, 2011

The French Cluster “Les Articulteurs” has organised with UFISC (Union Fédérale d’Intervention des Structures Culturelles – Federal Union of Intervention of Cultural Structures) a national conference “Culture and territorial development: daring innovation and solidarity” on the 30th and 31th May 2011, in Redon (Brittany, France). Relais Culture Europe has animated in this frame a workshop on “Europe and Culture“. Some of the themes worked within the Sostenuto project were discussed: cooperation, partnership, mutualization, solidarity, culture as an agent of change in a world facing a profound transformation.

The synthesis of this conference is now available (in French).

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Sostenuto Final Conference in Valencia (Spain), 19 and 20 January 2012

November 29, 2011

The Sostenuto Final Conference is an event dedicated for policymakers, researchers and cultural agents working in the Med area and for all those interested in the relationship between culture, economic and social innovation and territorial development.

The event will serve as a platform to communicate, transfer and disseminate the outcomes of the Sostenuto Project, carried out during the last three years in the framework of the Med Programme.

The main aim of the conference is advocating the importance of culture as a key factor in the political, social and economic transformation that Europe will have to undergo to guarantee a more sustainable and inclusive future for all its citizens, cities and regions.
Participated by  policymakers and experts in cultural policies, the event will have a strong academic component, but it will also showcase the innovative practices promoted by Sostenuto’s partners through four cultural labs in France, Slovenia, Italy and Montenegro.
See the draft programme.
Registration is online.
To know more about the conference, please see its website.
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Sostenuto Summer School – Paris (France)

October 12, 2011

The Summer School “Europe and Culture in Debate“, organised by Relais Culture Europe, in the frame of the Sostenuto project on 31 August, 1st and 2nd of September 2011, in Paris, has gathered around 100 participants each day. It was the opportunity to debate around :

  • the economic changes,
  • the model of development,
  • and the foundations for a European cultural policy.

 

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Some news from final conference CITEMA, Florence (Italy)

October 12, 2011

The final conference from CITEMA was organized in Florence, Tuscany, 6th and 7th of October 2011 :

“Artistic handicraft as a factor of social and economic innovation”

It has gathered cultural actors coming from Italy, Spain, France, Slovenia… On the first day were participating some political representatives: Fabio di Meo, Mayor of the Town of Cetona and Rosa Maria di Giorgi, Education assessor for the Town of Florence. On the second day, two research workshops were focused on the perspectives and future of artistic handicrafts.

Final programme