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Culture in the Nordic Region of the future

12.06.19 | Viðburður
Nordic Matters in London

Cirkus Cirkor at the Royal Festival Hall, London, UK, as part of Nordic Matters, Southbank Centre's year-long exploration of Nordic arts and culture in 2017

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James Shaw/Retna
The culture ministers have overall responsibility for official cultural co-operation in the Nordic Region. They have now started to prepare a new cultural policy programme, which will define priorities and strategies for the period 2021–2024. This conference will bring together representatives and experts from Nordic cultural life who will provide ideas and input into the new programme.

Please note that attendance at the conference is by personal invite only.

Upplýsingar

Staðsetning

Denmark

Gerð
Conference
Dagsetning
12.06.2019
Tími
09:00 - 16:00
PROGRAMME

Culture in the Nordic Region of the future – Do you want to help shape Nordic cultural policy?

9:00 Registration and coffee

9:30 Welcome

  • Karitas H. Gunnarsdóttir, Director of Cultural Affairs, Deputy Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, Iceland. In 2019, it is Iceland’s turn to hold the Presidency of the Nordic Council of Ministers.
  • Paula Lehtomäki, Secretary General of the Nordic Council of Ministers

9:45 What is today about? Why are we here? – Introduction to the day. Chaired by Asta B. Lydersen B (NO/UG) .

10:00 Keynote speakers

          Comments, Q&A

10:30 Workshops

Theme 1: Space for opportunities. What can Nordic cultural cooperation do to be relevant, interesting and accessible to as many people as possible? To ensure that everybody feels included, irrespective of their gender, background, age, disability, where they live or what language they speak?

Theme 2: International cultural co-operation – Gunn Hernes (FO/NO), Director of the Nordic House in the Faroe Islands. What contribution can Nordic co-operation make to international activities outside the Region? When, where and how should we work together? What can international co-operation on culture add to the Nordic Region?

11:30 Cheery lunch with interesting people

12:30 Keynote speakers

          Comments, Q&A                                                                          

13:00 Workshops

Theme 1: Space for opportunities. What can Nordic cultural cooperation do to be relevant, interesting and accessible to as many people as possible? To ensure that everybody feels​​​​​ included, irrespective of their gender, background, age, disability, where they live or what language they speak?

Theme 2: International cultural co-operation – Gunn Hernes (FO/NO), Director of the Nordic House in the Faroe Islands. What contribution can Nordic co-operation make to international activities outside the Region? When, where and how should we work together? What can international co-operation on culture add to the Nordic Region?

14:00 Coffee break

14:30: A sustainable cultural life – panel discussion

How do we find good, sustainable solutions for cultural life? What contribution can art and culture make to sustainable development, and how can Nordic actors work together on cross-sectoral initiatives?

          Comments, Q&A                                                                        

15:15 Summing up & comments

15:45 The conference closes with mingling and refreshments

16:00 See you again!