Programme

Third Session – Genua 3 – 5 December 2004

 

Preliminary Programme (the session will be held in Palazzo Ducale,
Piazza Matteotti 9)

Thursday 2. December: Most Members arrive in the afternoon or evening

 

 

Friday 3. December

 

 

 

When? What? Who?
09.00 Registration and coffee All members and observers
10.15 Welcoming words + Film Presidente Davide Viziano, Genova 2004
10.30 Official opening statements The Mayor of Genoa, Mr Giuseppe Pericu
Il Presidente della Giunta Regionale di Liguria Sandro Biasotti
Il Presidente della Provincia di Genova Allesandro Repetto
Mr Dario Disegni, Compagnia di San Paolo
11.10 Introduction to the 3rd Session Karl-Erik Norrman, Sweden, SG of the ECP
11.20 Presentation of the present Members of the ECP Pär Stenbäck, Finland, Chairman of the Senate and Karl-Erik Norrman
11.40 Introduction to the theme of the session: “Culture beyond
Entertainment”

“The First Europeans”
Moderator Ove Joanson, Sweden
 
David Lordkipanidze, Georgia
12.00 Press Conference, followed by  Lunch  
14.00 – app. 17.00 “Culture beyond Entertainment” The first 10 contributors,
14.00 “Bach-Fuge for Violin: Decomposition Process as Archetypal Implementation of
Organisational Change”
Miha Pogacnik, Slovenia
14.20 “Migration Blues” Emma Richez-Battesti, France
14.30 “Active Culture – Building, long duree, agora Krzysztof Czyzewski, Poland
14.40 “Love difference” – a Mediterranean project Michelangelo Pistoletto, Italy
14.50 “European architectural competition about the future of Sofia City” Boyko Kadinov, Bulgaria
15.00 Summing-up remarks on the first contributions and discussion with lecturers Leonidas Donskis, Lithuania,
Rapporteur, and Ove Joanson
15.30 Coffee Break  
15.50 “European visions” – four films presented by Lone Scherfig, Denmark
16.10 „Middle European literature: Fast-forward overdrive from political to
economical censorship”
Michal Hvorecky, Slovakia
16.20 “Culture Redesigning Business & Consumption” Simonetta Carbonaro, Italy
16.30 “Russian Senses” Eugene Asse, Russia
16.40 “The Perils of Different Tastes. Observations from a European TV
Co-production”
Eduard von Habsburg, Austria
16.50 A Short Story Jaap Scholten, Netherlands
     
17.00 Summing-up remarks and discussion on the interventions Leonidas Donskis and Ove Joanson
17.10 “Artists Rights” - Introduction to the workshop*
Andreas Wiesand, Germany
17.30 – 17.50 “Nomadic University on Arts and Business” - Introduction to discussion
on 4.12
Pierre Guillet de Monthoux, Sweden/France and Karl-Erik Norrman
18.30 Reception in the City Hall Mayor Giuseppe Pericu, Genoa host

 

 

 

* See enclosed separate programme

 

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Saturday 4. December

 

 

 

When? What? Who?
09.00 “Culture beyond Entertainment” continues:
“Migration and E-migration”
 
 
Egle Rakauskaite, Lithuania
09.15
 
“A Doll´s House Revisited”
 
Pierre Guillet de Monthoux
 
09.30 “Music as Organisational Force – A European Leading Field” Peter Hanke, Denmark
Paul Robertson, United Kingdom
10.00 “Cinema as a means of Cross-Cultural Dialogue Susanna Harutyunyan, Armenia
10.10 “The Cultural Year of the 10″ Zsuzsa Breier,Hungary
10.20 Summing-up remarks and discussion on the interventions Leonidas Donskis and Ove Joanson
10.30 Coffee break  
10.50 “Young Contemporary Art at the Tivoli Hotel, Algarve Paolo Barata and Vera Cortes, Portugal
11.05 Title open Ion Caramitru, Rumania
11.15 Title open Amparo Serrano de Haro, Spain
11.30 Visual Performance Brigita Stroda, Latvia
11.40 “The Beauty of Singing” Guy Coolen, Belgium
11.50 Summing-up remarks and discussion on the interventions Leonidas Donskis
10.00 – 13.00 (partly parallel) “Artists Rights” - Workshop Danielle Cliche and Andreas Wiesand
11.00 – 13.00 (partly parallel) Meeting of the ECP Senate Pär Stenbäck
13.00 Lunch  
13.45 Visit to the Architectural Exhibition in Palazzo Ducale Genova 2004
14.15 Message to all Members about the 2005 Session A Guest
14.30 “Music and Health” Gunilla von Bahr and Christina Doctare, Sweden
14.45 Title open Miran Mohar, Slovenia
15.00 “Contribution to a Nomadic University” Luise Kloos, Austria
15.10 “What people search for in literary events” Wolfgang Schömel, Germany
15.20 Title open Anja Susa, Serbia&Montenegro
15.30 Title open Toni Peltola, Finland
15.40 Title open Tonu Kaljuste, Estonia
15.50 Summing-up remarks and discussion on the interventions Leonidas Donskis and Ove Joanson
16.15 Coffee break  
14.30 – 17.30 (partly parallel) “Artists Rights” Danielle Cliche and Andreas Wiesand
14.30 – 17.30 (partly parallel) Nomadic University Pierre Guillet de Monthoux, Michelangelo Pistoletto and others
18.00 Reception followed by visit at Villa Pallavicino Host: Genova 2004

 

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Sunday 5 December

 

 

 

When? What? Who?
09.00 – 12.00 Concluding Discussion on “Artists Rights” See above
09.00 – 12.00 Concluding discussion on “Nomadic University” See above
09.00 “Culture beyond Entertainment” continues:
Title open
 
 
Olexandr Butsenko, Ukraine
09.10 “The design of meaning” Bert Mulder, Netherlands
09.20 “The Turner project” Kjetil Thorsen, Norway
09.30 “The Artist” Oliver Musovik, Macedonia
09.40 Title open Teodor Celakovski, Croatia
09.50 “Commission for European Identity” Miha Pogacnik, Slovenia/Germany
10.00 Title open Artist from Genoa
10.00 Concluding remarks on the theme “Culture beyond Entertainment” Leonidas Donskis and Ove Joanson
10.30-12.30 Resolution Drafting  
12.30 Final Session, including also conclusions and resolutions from “Artists
Rights” and “Nomadic University”
Pär Stenbäck, Arunas Beksta, Lithuania, Ove Joanson and others
 
13.30 Lunch buffet  
Afternoon Departure  

 

All sessions will be held in English, without interpretation. Only the press
conference on Friday 3 December will have interpretation English/Italian.

 

The European Cultural Parliament expresses its gratitude to the following
cooperating partners:

 

 

 

Compagnia di San Paolo, Torino,
Genova-2004

The Bank of Sweden Tercentenary Foundation
Ernst Klett AG,
Stuttgart

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