This is a two-day event with a focus on debate on the first day and workshops on the second. You are free to register for as many individual sessions as you like. The schedule is on CET time.
Thursday 04 June
09:45- 10:00 Opening by Maltfabrikken
10:00-11:00 Cultural impact (right) now - Eleonora Belfiore and & Pier Luigi Sacco. What has this crisis revealed or changed in terms of how cultural impact is perceived? Is culture’s value being redefined? And is there space for culture to participate in shaping the concept of “new normal”? Pier Luigi Sacco and Eleonora Belfiore are leading researchers on the topics of cultural impact and value. In this one-hour panel discussion, they’ll talk about the immediate effects of the crisis… and what we should watch out for on the longer term.
11:30-12:30 DISCE webinar on (new) Business and Revenue Models in the Creative Economies and Policies for Managing Cultural Ecology
12.30-13.30 Kitchen Art Talk live from Maltfabrikken Rooftop. Co-cooking event and live artistic surprise, with Kristian Krog, director of Maltfabrikken cultural centre, Ebeltoft, Denmark. Get a sneak peek at the venue where our live conference will happen next year!
14:00-15:00 What role for culture in a collaborative economy ? - Michel Bauwens. Together with Michel, we’ll take a look into the (near) future. Are we entering a post-capitalistic era and if so, how will we create value? Will this new society be based on the idea of the commons, and what part can culture play in this shift? Michel Bauwens, a leading researcher on the Commons and their potential for social change, will discuss how to meet human needs while respecting the limits of our planet, the idea of culture as a common good, and new ways of creating value with examples from the cultural sector.
15:00-17:00 Music Lounge hosted by Maltfabrikken
17:30-18:30 Richard Florida - Reshaping the life of the city. In the midst of the crisis, how can cultural organisations and creatives participate in rethinking the new life of the city? Richard Florida, one of the first to work on the role of culture and creatives in city planning and development, will look at their relationship in the light of current events.
Friday 05 June
10:00-11:00 Workshop: The Situation is Dynamic - how cultural centres are learning from the crisis as it evolves and rethinking their activities and position. Led by Pál Szénási from A Vértes Agorája, Hungary
11:00-12:30 Workshop: A2 = Audience development & Accessibility - The inside-out of audience development. Understanding the users’ perspective (with a focus on online), and building stronger relationships with our existing audiences, to create a base for growth and reach out to the new. Led by Agata Etmanowicz from the Impact Foundation, Poland.