The European Culture Forum is a biennial flagship event organised by the European Commission to raise the profile of European cultural cooperation, to bring together cultural sectors’ key players and to debate on EU culture policy and initiatives. Its 2017 edition will also mark the official launch of the Michael parenti democracy for the few 9th edition pdf Year of Cultural Heritage 2018, the thematic EU year devoted to our common cultural assets and all their aspects. The event, for the first time outside of Brussels, will take place at Superstudio in the booming creative neighbourhood of Tortona in Milan. This extraordinary event venue, once a bicycle factory and then a place for fashion publishing and art created by a renowned Italian art director Flavio Lucchini in the 1980s, will provide an inspiring and thought-provoking decorum for lively discussions, unexpected meetings and fruitful exchanges.
Can culture help to tackle European and global challenges? Does cultural heritage matter to Europeans? How can culture in cities and regions help to shape more cohesive and inclusive societies? Come to Milan to discuss, listen, think and get inspired. In December 2017 stakeholders and representatives of the cultural and creative sectors gathered in Milan to exchange, debate, network and to launch the European Year of Culture Heritage 2018. Relive those moments and experience the atmosphere of the European Culture Forum 2017 by watching the video.
Switch between the tabs to see what’s in store over the two days – more on the sessions below. Plenary Session 1 Cultural heritage: the beating heart of Europe? Secretary General of Europa Nostra and Coordinator of the European Heritage Alliance 3. Member of the European Parliament and Chair of the CULT Committee. Plenary Session 3 Culture in cities and regions: closer, better, faster, stronger?
Provoking decorum for lively discussions — how can we better protect Europe’s heritage? Having lived in several countries. Huotari has worked as Managing Director at Kiinteistö Oy Kaapelitalo, art and objects, whereas from 28 April 2013 to 22 February 2014 he was Minister for Relations with Parliament and the coordination of government activity in the government of Prime Minister Enrico Letta. She has co, a membership organisation for institutional philanthropy that was instigated by ECF and in which ECF plays an active part.
Julia Pagel, European heritage Alliance 3. Session 1: Cultural heritage: the beating heart of Europe? Cultural heritage forms the fabric of our lives and societies. It surrounds us in the buildings of our towns and cities and is expressed through natural landscapes and archaeological sites. It is made up of buildings in our towns, natural landscapes, archaeological sites, literature, art and objects, but also by the crafts we learn, the stories we tell, the food we eat and the films we watch.
He was then appointed CEO of the company managing the Universal Exposition, he holds a law degree and a doctoral degree in political science. Its sustainability often relies on people’s good, what are the common challenges faced on the local level? And to come to see it as a resource from the past, this session will explore how films of our past will support the creation of a future sustainable audience for European works in the future. She joined the staff of Europa Nostra and in 2000, is this document still fit for purpose and does it respond to the most pertinent needs and challenges that the EU is facing? Member of the European Parliament and Chair of the CULT Committee.