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Cyberkaris nº 129 - November 2013
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Cyberkaris is the monthly electronic newsletter of the Interarts Foundation for all those interested in news and happenings in the field of international cultural policies and cultural cooperation.
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newsletter Two weeks ago the 23rd Ibero-American Summit of Heads of State and Government was held in Panama City. The final photo of the event showed significant lights and shadows: one half of the 22 countries which make up the Iberoamerican Community of Nations were represented by second- or third-level authorities. Seeing the limited effectiveness of annual events, it was agreed that from 2015 the summit would be held on a two-year basis, in rotation with the biennial summit which the European Union celebrates with Latin America and the Caribbean. The event also waved goodbye to Spanish-Uruguayan Enrique Iglesias, who had led the Ibero-American General Secretariat (SEGIB) since 2005; his replacement is as yet unknown. As per the domestic agenda, we observed with a certain bewilderment Felipe de Borbón, in the absence of his father, the Spanish head of state, taking the role of a discreet observer, and Mariano Rajoy exercising his undeniable qualities of commercial persuasiveness when trying to catch investors from countries which just four days ago were net recipients of Spanish official aid.

We should recognise not only that both the Summit and SEGIB are Spanish "inventions" (in those moments before the prodigious year 1992, when everything was possible and still to be done), but also that Spain has primarily borne the costs of the Ibero-American machinery since then (up to 70%, as stated in the final declaration of this year's Summit). A machinery that, as far the cultural field is concerned, presents an ambivalent balance: while some of the so-called "summit-programmes", such as Ibermedia or Iberescena, have no doubt contributed with positive results to the definition of a specific cultural, neither the Ibero-Amercian Culture Congress (the 5th edition of which will take place from 20 to 22 November, in Zaragoza, Spain) nor the pre-summit ministerial meetings known as 'Ibero-American Conferences on Culture' (the 16th edition of which took place last September, in Panama) seem to be up to the task, as shown in their thematic dispersion and the fragility of agreements adopted. Finally, the duplication of structures (whilst SEGIB has its own programme on culture, other initiatives include OEI and Convenio Andrés Bello, although the latter is currently suspended) contributes to the existing dispersion and the lack of economies of scale.

The need to rebuild the Ibero-American space is now an indisputable cry. Moreover, in the case of Spain, an in-depth reflection should be undertaken on the role that its presence as a country of another world's region should exert in that continent, beyond linguistic and cultural links, overcoming the remains of the colonial past which are perpetuated by the treatment of our head of state as a misunderstood primus inter pares (his "Why don't you shut up?" to the late president Chávez at the 2007 Summit in Santiago de Chile is still very much present) and accepting that Spain's years of large-scale economic cooperation are now a thing of the past. Likewise, the nature of the dialogue between Europe and Latin America should be reconsidered, given that, in addition to Spain, Portugal and Andorra also take part in this Ibero-American summit and taking advantage of the multitude of cultural and linguistic bridges existing, to try to take over the leadership. A task, incidentally, to which Spain usually devotes itself with a certain disinterest and indifference.

Eduard Miralles, President of the Board of the Interarts Foundation
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newsletter interarts The European Expert Network on Culture (EENC) was set up in 2010 at the initiative of the European Commission's Directorate-General for Education and Culture, in order to provide advice and support to its activities in the field of cultural policy. The EENC website provides an overview of the outputs (papers, studies) produced by the EENC group of experts and includes a broader database of individual professionals and organisations active in the field of cultural policy research. With a view to broadening and diversifying references in the EENC database, an open call for inclusion of individual experts and organisations in the database is launched in November 2013. Information on the selection criteria and procedures is available on the EENC website. The EENC is coordinated by Interarts and Culture Action Europe, in cooperation with the Institute for Development and International Relations (IRMO), Zagreb. newsletter
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newsletter Chilean researcher and cultural manager Malena Bastías carried out a placement at Interarts between April and July 2013. A report entitled 'Los derechos culturales en los museos de América Latina: Institucionalidad, mapeo y buenas prácticas' (Cultural Rights in Latin American Museums: Institutional Framework, Mapping and Good Practices) has resulted from that period. The document analyses the policy context and museum practice in four South American countries (Chile, Colombia, Peru and Uruguay) from the perspective of cultural rights, with particular attention on access to culture and opportunities for community participation. In addition to observing the existing context in these countries and describing some initiatives, the report identifies some general trends and needs for further development in the sector. It is available on Interarts' website. newsletter
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newsletter The international workshop "Protection and promotion of audiovisual diversity in the digital era" took place on October 3rd and 4th, 2013 at the Getafe campus of the Universidad Carlos III of Madrid. The experts gathered, among whom was Interarts' President Eduard Miralles, analysed how to boost diversity within the cultural industries in the digital context in a variety of ways, taking into consideration the international and national work that is being developed as a result of the implementation of the Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions (UNESCO, 2005). The statement of this workshop in English is available on Interarts' website. newsletter
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newsletter interarts The Public Conference of Culture Action Europe (CAE) took place from 3 to 5 October in Rome, Italy. Entitled "It is not a crisis, it is a transition", the event represented a starting point for a new participative model within the organisation. Leading personalities from the cultural sector attended the conference and contributed with interesting elements to its sessions: the Italian Minister of Labour, the Vice-President and Spokesman of the Committee on Culture of the European Parliament, directors of culture and of the European Research Council of the European Commission, the Deputy Mayor for Culture of the City of Rome, representatives of OECD and the Gallup Foundation, among others. Mercedes Giovinazzo, Director of the Interarts Foundation and Chair of the Executive Committee of Culture Action Europe and Antonio Gucciardo, Interarts Foundation's General Manager, as well as representatives of public and private cultural organisations, academia and civil society actively participated in debates, conferences and workshops included in the programme. During the conference the document "Culture as a Goal in the Post-2015 Development Agenda" was approved, in order to support the inclusion of a goal explicitly focused on culture in the new Development Agenda currently being prepared by the United Nations. On the same dates, Culture Action Europe held its 21st General Assembly in which new statutes and an action plan for the next five years were approved. (Photo: Culture Action Europe). newsletter
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newsletter interarts The European Centre for Cultural Organisation and Management ECCOM hosted the first partner meeting of the "She-Culture" project from 7 to 8 October, at the Ministry for Heritage and Cultural Activities of Italy in Rome. The initiative is aimed to carry out a research on the role of women in the cultural and social life through the analysis of the social impact of women's museums in Europe. It is expected that the project will gather data on the activities of women's museum, develop indicators and recommendations on gender policies in the cultural sector and organise a campaign on "toy genderization" through the production of a video and a website. Interarts is participating as a partner with 5 other organisations: La Bonne Centre de Cultura de Dones Francesca Bonnemaison (Spain), Museu delle donne dei Merano (Italy), KvinnenMuseet/The women's museum (Norway), KvinnenMuseet/The women's museum (Denmark) and Muzeu i grave (Albania). The project is supported by the Culture Programme of the European Commission. newsletter
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newsletter interarts On 15 October, Culture Action Europe's Italian members performed the organisation's first experimental flash mob in defence of culture on the bridge Ponte Sant Angelo in Rome, Italy. Entitled "Do not kill culture", five silhouettes representing icons of European Culture such as Pina Bausch, Charlie Chaplin, Pier Paolo Pasolini or Pablo Picasso, as well as an unknown silhouette representing the ones yet to come, were 'hung' from the bridge. This protest was intended to draw attention to the need to consider culture as an essential element in this time of crisis. "Killing culture impedes building a peaceful and sustainable future" was one of the key messages collected in the press release which the event organisers sent to the media. (Photo: Culture Action Europe). newsletter
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newsletter The UNESCO Hangzhou International Congress "Culture: Key to Sustainable Development" was held in Hangzhou, China, in May 2013. One of the event's outcomes was the declaration in which the participating experts, including Interarts' director Mercedes Giovinazzo, claimed for the inclusion of culture as a specific goal in the post-2015 sustainable development agenda of the United Nations. This document, entitled "Hangzhou Declaration" along with video recordings of the panels and proceedings of the congress are now available on the UNESCO's website. newsletter
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newsletter The Importance of the Sexual Violence Phenomenon on Teen Pregnancy in the Peruvian Amazon newsletter
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newsletter interarts The project "Safe spaces against sexual violence: promoting young people's rights in urban-rural areas of Loreto, Peru" is coming to an end. The project allowed to stimulate civil society participation in advocacy processes and monitoring of public policies on teen violence and sexual exploitation. It also applied a gender and human rights approach on this phenomenon. Among other results, the project developed a research on the impact of sexual violence on the lack of opportunities for girls and teenagers, carried out training workshops addressing violence in health and justice sectors as well as local and regional governments and strengthened young leaders on sexual and reproductive health (SRH). On the other hand, an institutional campaign for the prevention of violence and protection of adolescents was launched. This initiative was developed by Interarts, the Center for the Promotion and Defense of Sexual and Reproductive Rights PROMSEX and the Support Institute for Vulnerable Groups INAGRUV, with the support of the Spanish Agency of International Cooperation for Development (AECID). newsletter
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newsletter interarts The Online Directory of Artists and Creators of Urabá has recently been published. It gathers information on the cultural and creative entrepreneurs who have participated in training and advisory activities on cultural entrepreneurship developed in the context of the "Promotion of the business network in the cultural sector in the Antioquia region, Urabá sub-region - FOMECC Colombia" project. The directory aims to give recognition and promote cultural organisations, institutions and individuals working in Urabá. It gathers 53 companies from different sectors: audiovisual, performing arts, visual arts, music, craft, dance, design and gastronomy, cultural management and publishing. The directory was prepared with the support of the Municipality of Apartadó, the Chamber of Commerce of Urabá and Comfama Corporation. The "FOMECC Colombia" project is an Interarts initiative, developed in coordination with the University of Antioquia and the support of the Spanish Agency of International Cooperation for Development (AECID). newsletter
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newsletter ''Balady'' Selected for the ''Mujer en Escena'' Film Festival (Malaga, Spain) newsletter
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newsletter interarts Shot in Egypt, Spain, Tunisia and France, the "Balady" documentary is a reflection on the autonomy of women's bodies and the freedom of expression, based on Eastern dance workshops and interviews with citizens and artists who practice this dance, and others who don't. This co-production of Hassala and Interarts, directed by Donia Maher, was selected in the context of the 11th edition of the "Mujer en Escena" Film Festival, in the section addressing issues of sexual violence against women. The festival will take place on 21 November 2013. The event is oranised by the Office for Equal Opportunities of the City Council of Malaga (Spain) in order to discuss the causes of existing gender inequalities and to support the presence of women in film production. It should also be noted that a new screening of "Balady" took place on 4 October 2013, in Barcelona. The screening of the film was followed by a dance performance in the context of the event entitled "NOCHE SUELTA #1 from Barcelona to Cairo: Plural perspectives on Eastern dance". newsletter
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newsletter interarts Three audiovisual artists from Medellín will soon travel to Barcelona in order to participate in a trade mission and to present their transmedia projects to the Catalan and Spanish audiovisual sector. Germán Garcés from 4B1D company; Nilson Vera from La Nueva Campañía; and Alejandro Eusse from Curubito Productions are members of the Audiovisual, Video and Animation Association (AVA) of Medellín who will have the opportunity to present their projects at the ZOOM Film Festival for Television (Igualada, Barcelona, 27 November-1 December) and meet film producers, the Federation of Animation, CatalanFilms, the City Council of Barcelona, etc. The visit is part of the "FomeccBiz Medellín - Barcelona: Generation of Cultural and Creative Business Network for Local Development" project Interarts is coordinating this project alongside the University of Antioquia (Colombia), with the support the "Barcelona Solidaria" Programme of the City Council of Barcelona and in the framework of the Promotion of Cultural and Creative Enterprises Programme FOMECC. newsletter
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newsletter In October, the UNESCO Executive Board nominated Bulgarian Irina Bokova for a second term as UNESCO Director-General. Former Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bulgaria, will hold this post for a new four-year after her nomination is officially approved by the General Conference on 12 November. One of the most important actions recently promoted by Mrs. Bokova as Director-General of UNESCO was the signature of the partnership agreement in the fields of education, culture, science and human rights between the organisation and the European Union on 8 October. newsletter
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newsletter Cda-Projects, a contemporary art gallery in Istanbul, Turkey, has launched its call 2013 for artistic research and production projects. Initiated in 2011, this annual call aims to support the production of an artistic research project as well as to encourage and open up discussions in this field, promoting speculative approaches. The grant offers EUR 10,000 and no restriction on the content is indicated in the guidelines. The selected work will be published. The deadline to submit applications is 30 November 2013. Further information. newsletter
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newsletter The new employment sources in culture and leisure is the central theme of an online training course organised by the Plataforma/C de Formación Cultural, Madrid. The course aims to offer participants an overview of new opportunities for professional development in this sector, including new work opportunities where to develop future projects. Experts will discuss emerging employment trends in the cultural and creative sector, based on the professional experiences of participants. The training offer is addressed to cultural managers, professionals and artists. Registration open. newsletter
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newsletter The popularity of crowdfunding as a source of finance for cultural and creative actors has encouraged the European Commission to open a public consultation in order to gather citizens' views regarding this practice. The objective of this action is to identify users' needs as well as the areas in which there is a potential added value in EU action to encourage the growth of this model, thus contributing to ensure trust among those who, through crowdfunding, help to finance concrete projects. The Commission has particularly invited national authorities and crowdfunding platforms to participate in this public consultation. The consultation will run until 31 December 2013. newsletter
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newsletter On 16 December 2013, the Municipal Office for Young People Emancipation of the Town Council of L'Hospitalet, Barcelona, is organising a workshop on the mobility of artists in Europe. The workshop will offer information on resources and opportunities addressed to artists at European level such as grants, residences, projects, processes, etc. Attendance is free of charge and prior registration is compulsory. Interarts, building on its experience in this theme obtained through projects such as PRACTICS, will also paticipate in the event. newsletter
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newsletter interarts Interartive, the platform for art and contemporary reflection, has published a special issue entitled "Art and Mobility". Coordinated by Herman Bashiron, PhD in Art History, Theory and Criticism from the University of Barcelona, the publication aims at reflecting on the history of mobility and deepening the processes of transformation of knowledge, culture and art through mobility practices. The publication has received many contributions from international experts and addresses themes such as the relationship between mobility and cultural diversity; the interest on issues of sustainability and eco-mobility; or mobility and cultural policies, among other themes. newsletter
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newsletter Germany's Federal Institute for Research on Building, Urban Affairs and Spatial Development (BBSR) has recently published a study entitled StadtLandKultur-Museumspartnerschaften zwischen Stadt und Land (Urban Rural Culture-Museum Partnerships between Cities and Rural Areas), produced by Cornelia Dümcke and Ralf Ebert. The study explores approaches to foster cooperation and partnership models involving art museums in rural areas with museums in larger cities and towns, in the framework of regional development policies concerned with the safeguard of rural infrastructure. An abstract in English and the full report in German are available on BBSR's website. newsletter
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newsletter An initiative of the Universidad Pontificia Comillas of Madrid, the Universidad Autónoma of Madrid and the Nantik Lum Foundation, the Microfinance Forum has published the 20th issue of its Collection of Monographs entitled "The importance of a Microfinance legislation for the development of the sector in Spain". This Spanish-English bilingual edition gathers work developed in the second National Microfinance Meeting held in April 2012 in Madrid. Coordinated by Jaime Durán Navarro, co-director of the Microfinance Forum, the work includes cases of microcredits in Spain, France, Italy, Romania and Hungary and presents proposals on the regulation in the social sector of microfinance to include it in broader legislation. newsletter
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newsletter The Institute of International Studies of Montreal, Canada, has published the October issue of its "Culture, commerce et numérique" newsletter which, in addition to articles on search engines and the Chinese project to build the world's largest film studio, includes an article entitled "UNESCO at a turning point", analysing the current economic situation of this organisation after the suspension of the United States' contribution. The publication indicates that the resulting loss of resources will probably have a strong impact on the implementation of the Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions. newsletter
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newsletter European Museums in the 21st Century: Setting the Framework - Vol. 3 newsletter
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newsletter interarts The project "MeLa-Museums in the age of migration. Reinterpreting Europe's cultural heritage in the 21st century" aims to explore the role of museums in the construction and dissemination of European cultural heritage. The result of one of the research works carried out in the context of the project is a book entitled "European Museums in the 21st Century: Setting the Framework - Vol. 3". The book gathers preliminary observations based on the analysis aimed at exploring current trends within the European contemporary museums, with specific attention to their architecture and exhibition design. The book is edited by Luca Basso Peressut, Francesca Lanz and Gennaro Postiglione. newsletter
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newsletter The study "IPR-intensive industries: contribution to economic performance and employment in Europe" was carried out by the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market (OHIM) acting through the EU Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights and the European Patent Office (EPO). Focused on the European Union's economy, the study has highlighted, among other findings, that about 40% of total economic activity in the EU is generated by IPR-intensive industries that have a higher-than-average use of Intellectual Property Rights. The report includes an appendix with a list of the industries included in this group, among which is the cultural and creative sector. newsletter
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newsletter International Symposium ''European Law and Cultural Policies'' (Brussels, Belgium, 15 November 2013) newsletter
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newsletter The European Parliament will host the International Symposium "European Law and Cultural Policies" on 15 November. The event is organised by the Research Center of the University of Louvain (UCL) and the European Studies Institute of the University of Saint-Louis and its aim is to clarify the interactions between European law and cultural policies on the basis of some key questions, such as the analysis of the "cultural competences" of the European Union and their connection with the building of a European cultural identity or with the promotion and protection of national cultural policies. newsletter
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newsletter Banlieues d'Europe Annual Meeting (Munich, Germany, 20-22 November 2013) newsletter
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newsletter interarts The Banlieues d'Europe organisation will hold its 20th Annual Meeting from 20 to 22 November in Munich, Germany. This time the event is organised in collaboration with the Münchner Trichter Network. The meeting will focus on non-formal arts education and participation and its proven validity as a tool against social exclusion. During the event projects developed in suburban areas with high rates of youth unemployment and early school leaving will be presented. In this context, artistic and cultural projects have succeded in motivating, mobilising and empowering citizens who feel rejected by society. Interarts' project coordinator Jordi Baltà will take part in the event. newsletter
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newsletter European Network of Cultural Centres Congress ''Shortcut Europe'' (Murcia, Spain, 28-30 November 2013) newsletter
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newsletter interarts The European Network of Cultural Centres (ENCC) is organizing the Congress "Shorcut Europe" from 28 to 30 November, in Murcia, Spain. Entitled "Cultural Centres and their neighbourhoods" the event will include conferences, working groups, guided visits to cultural venues in Murcia and cultural events. The meeting will be divided in working groups, with three different focuses: how networks of local cultural centres function in large metropolitan areas; what are the special needs and the role of culture in rural areas; and what are the challenges for cultural centres as key players in their own urban area. The event will gather participants from all around Europe and is organised in collaboration with the City Council of Murcia, Murcia Area of Culture and Puertas de Castilla Centre. newsletter
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newsletter TEH Meeting ''Jalla Jalla! The Power of Culture in Social Change'' (Marseille, France, 28 November - 1 December 2013) newsletter
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newsletter Organised by Trans Europe Halles, this meeting aims to be a place to exchange experiences and start new collaborations between artists and cultural activists from Egypt, Jordan, Iran, Palestine, Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia and Turkey. The experiences of participants will give examples of how the independent culture works under hard conditions and of the existing link between social change and culture. Through round tables, private meetings, focus groups, etc., the event will assess alternative methods of working both in Europe and in the Arab world such as new models of partnership, artistic independence, alternative methods of working, mobility and connectivity, etc. newsletter
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newsletter Antwerp, Belgium, 5-7 November 2013. See Cyberkaris 128, October 2013. newsletter
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