Programme

Fourth Session in Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation,
Lisbon, 2-4 December
2005.


Theme: How can European Culture promote European
Cohesion

Preliminary Programme


Thursday 1 December (Portuguese holiday!)








Afternoon/ evening


Arrival of Members (about 80 persons) and Senators (10 persons who will meet
early Friday morning and during Sunday)










































Friday 2nd December


08.30


Senate meeting led by Minister Pär Stenbäck.


09.00


Registration in the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.


10.00


Opening with Portuguese President Jorge Sampaio.
Dr Emilio Rui Vilar
presents the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.


10.45


Key note speech by Dr Eduardo Lourenco on the theme Culture and European
Cohesion.


11.15


Plenary: Plenary introduced by SG Karl-Erik Norrman.
Interventions by
ECP-members: Moderator Leonidas Donskis, Lithuania. Speakers: Jude Kelly, UK,
Marina Koldobskaya, Russia, “Sjon”, Iceland, Joe Friggieri, Malta, Jasenko
Selimovic, Sweden, Alexandra Reininghaus, Austria, Bert Mulder, Netherlands,
Yuri Andrykhovych, Ukraine and Marie-Luise von Plessen,
Germany.


13.00


Lunch break


14.15


Plenary: Presentation by Dr Emilio Rui Vilar of the project A Soul for
Europe.
Presentation by ECP-member Krzysztof Czyzewski, Poland of the
project “New Agora” (Borderland Foundation).
A European Academy for
Modern Art,
presented by Boyko Kadinov,
Sofia.


14.45 – 17.30 (with short coffee break)


Working groups and project groups: Presentation of two conference papers for
the working groups
- Culture, Government and Civic Society,
moderators Teresa Patricio Gouveiea,
Portugal and Ove Joanson, Sweden
-
Culture and Business (
Including “Nomadic University”), moderator Simonetta
Carbonaro, Italy
- Music and Health, moderator Gunilla von Bahr,
Sweden
- Open doors – How to live in Europe + European Architectural
Internet Contest,
moderators Verena Huber, Switzerland and Eugene Asse,
Russia.


17.30


Plenary: ECP-members: Andreas Pantzis, Cyprus, Kresimir Rogina, Croatia,
Patricia Portela, Portugal, Mikhel Mutt, Estonia, Lidija Merenik, Serbia &
Mont, Peter Pakesch, Austria.


19.00


Concert: The Gulbenkian Orchestra presents works by Mozart, Brahms and
Shostakovich.


After Concert


Light supper


 


































Saturday 3rd December


09.00


Plenary: ECP-Members: Nils Erik Forsgård, Finland, Jennifer Jennings,
Ireland, Jahangir Selimkhanov, Azerbaijan, Stelios Virvidakis, Greece, Anja
Susa, Serbia & Mont.


10.00


Key-note speech by EU Commission-President José Manuel Barroso, followed by
questions.


10.30


Coffee break


10.45


Plenary: ECP-members: Barbara Hendricks, Sweden, Michelangelo Pistoletto,
Italy, Jaroslav Rudis, Czech Rep., Karsten Alnaes, Norway, Danis Tanovic,
Bosnia, Antonio Ribeiro, Portugal, Txuma Sanchez, Spain, followed by group and
project sessions and an editorial group preparing a possible “Lisbon
Declaration”.


13.00


Lunch break


14.00


Plenary: Key-note speech by Gottfried Wagner, Director of the European
Cultural Foundation, followed by ECP-Members: Olivier Assouly, France, Magda
Carneci, Romania, Bernard Foccroulle, Belgium, Goran Pristas, Croatia, Katia
Guerriero, Portugal, David Lordkipanidze, Georgia.


15.30


Final Group and Project sessions.


17.30


Plenary: Music and Health – A message and an event presented by
Rector Gunilla von Bahr, scientists and musicians.


19.00


Reception offered by the Mayor of Lisbon, Prof. Antonio Carmona Rodrigues, at
the Castelo de S. Jorge.


 
















Sunday 4th December


9.00-12.30 (with short coffee break)


Plenary: Special Guests: Venu Dhupa, NESTA, London, Ilona Kish, EFAH,
Brussels, ECP Members: Nina Hoss, Germany, Ricardo de Cala, Spain, Alexandrina
Pendatchanska, Bulgaria, Manuel Salgado, Portugal, Erzen Shkololli, Kosovo.
Group and project reports -“Lisbon Declaration of the
ECP”.


12.30


End of the Session, press conference and visit to the Gulbenkian Museum and
the Modern Art Centre.


Afternoon


Departure of Members and Senators




Moderators

Leonidas Donskis, Klaipeda
Teresa
Pinto Basto Gouveia, Lisbon
Ove Joanson, Stockholm
Simonetta Carbonaro,
Milan/Karlsruhe


The ECP expresses its gratitude to the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation,
Lisbon, for hosting and financially supporting the fourth session.

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