C.A.S.A. at the 8th INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ECONOMY AND DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE

C.A.S.A. was honored to participate in the the 8th INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ECONOMY AND DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE, ATHENS 9-11 NOVEMBER 2017. The presentation of "To The Future Public" took place on Saturday, 11 November 2017, at the Auditorium of the Acropolis Museum, at 11:20-11:40.

The Arts Council of Greece – ACG in collaboration with the International Independent Arts Council – IARC and with the support of the Asia Europe Foundation – ASEF, organizes for the ninth consecutive year the three day conference entitled: 8th INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL AND CREATIVE
ECONOMY AND DEVELOPMENT, ATHENS 9-11 NOVEMBER 2017.

The ICCEDA has been designed to be addressed to cultural and creative industries actors, policy makers, politicians and diplomats, cultural managers, culture and creative industries producers, fundraisers, educators and artists, as well as academics, innovators, intellectuals, entrepreneurs as well as activists supporting the Creative and Culture Industries and the Arts as well as Cultural Heritage.

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Topics:

Cultural Heritage: The Bastion of Cultural Sustainability, Intercultural Communication and Social Changes, Cultural Economy and Social Intervention, Cultural Inclusion, Cultural Exchanges Between Asia and Europe, Arts, Regional Cultural and Creative Industries Sustainability, Cultural and Creative Industries Economic Development and Exchange, Immigration and Refugees, Creativity VS Productivity, Culture in Conflicted Areas, Creativity and Innovation, Cultural diversity, Regulatory Framework and Justice, Fundraising, Patronage and Sponsorship Between Asia and European Countries, Open Cities and Mobility the Silk Road Paradigm.

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Venues:

Friday, 10 November 2017
Greek Film Archive Foundation, 48 Iera Odos & 134-136 Megalou Alexandrou Str, 104 35, Athens

Saturday, 11 November 2017
Acropolis Museum, Auditorium, 15 Dionysius Areopagiti, 117 42, Athens.

CONFERENCE AGENDA, 1st Day, 9th NOVEMBER ONLY BY INVITATION

12:00 - 18:00 Welcome and Registration
Members of the Arts Council of Greece and other Delegates form Supporting Organisations

18:00 - 19:00 Welcome Greetings: Panayiotis Neufelt , Chairman, Arts Council of Greece

19:00 - 20:00 Plenary and Greetings Arts Council of Greece

20:00 - 23:00 Official Diner

23:00 - 23:15 End of Event

CONFERENCE AGENDA, 2nd Day, 10th NOVEMBER, GREEK FILM ARCHIVE FOUNDATION VENUE

09:00-10:00 Registration Members of the Arts Council of Greece and other Delegates

10:00-10:20 Welcome Greetings: Olga Gratsaniti, Member of the Board of Directors of the Arts Council of Greece

10:20-10:40 1st Module
1st Presentation: “Digital Approaches in Heritage Management; the Case of Greece”, Dr Stelios Lekakis, Cultural Policy and Management Specialist, Association of Heritage Consultants (ESDIAPOK)

10:40-11:00 2nd Presentation: "Creating Intercultural Communication Between Asia and Europe with the Contribution of Coaching”, Maria Hatziaggelidi, Personal & Business Coach, Member of ICF Global & Greece Chapter

11:00-11:20 3rd Presentation: "Ancient Greek Orchesis Dance: A Modern Complementary Addendum to the Cultural Economy", Dr. Anna Lazou, Assistant Professor of Philosophy Anthropology, University of Athens

11:20-11:40 4th Presentation: Fan Di'an, President of the Central Academy of Fine Arts (EXP)

11:40-12:00 5th Intervention: To be announced during the event

12:00-12:20 Interventions-Discussions

12:20-13:00 Interval - Change

13:00-13:20

2nd Module

1st Presentation: "Greek Festivals, New Perspectives and Transnational Synergies Among Promoted Organizations", Nafsika Mouzakiti, Cultural Specialist, Presenter, All About Festivals
13:20-13:40

2nd Presentation: "Greece and China in the Pathway of the Written Culture: The Book Publishing Industry, a Field for Cultural and Economic Synergies in the 21st Century", Panagiotis Kapos (PhD Cand. Panteion University), Cultural Communications Specialist and, Managing Director Oasis Publications.
13:40-14:00

3rd Presentation: "Cultural Heritage, the Silk Road Predominant Axis", Anna Ghazaryan, Senior Specialist, International Relations Department, Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Armenia

14:00-14:20 4th Presentation: "East and West: Fluidity, Customs and Traditions in Global Art". Dr. Thalia Vrachopoulos, Asia Europe Cultural-Creative Industries Specialist

14:20-14:40 5th Intervention: " The contribution and the role of the Social Media to Cultural Economy" Alexia Kalogeropoulou,MSc, Communication Specialist, phD cand. National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

14:40-15:00 Interventions-Discussion-Closing Remarks

15:00-15:45 Working Groups

CONFERENCE AGENDA, 3rd Day, 11th NOVEMBER ACROPOLIS MUSEUM CONFERENCE HALL

09:00-10:00 Registrations: Members of the Arts Council of Greece

10:00-10:10 Welcome Greetings: Panayiotis Neufelt , Chairman, Arts Council Greece

10:10-10:40 Greetings:

Michael-Efstratios Daratzikis, Ambassador, Director of Educational and Cultural Affairs Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (To Be Confirmed)

Eleni Gerolimatou, Head Public Relations Department, Greek Tourism Organisation

Zhang Zhan, Cultural Attaché of People's Republic of China in Athens (TBC)

Karen Mariella Reyna Sanchez, Consul, Embassy of Peru, Athens

Kostis Bitzanis, President of the City of Athens Cultural, Sport & Youth Organization (OPANDA)(TBC)

Other Ambassadors or Officials based in Greece need to be confirmed

10:40-11:00 3rd Module

1st Presentation: "Influences from East to Greece with Regard to the Standards of Mensurations and their Classic and Universal Values", Aspasia Papadoperaki, Sculptor, Visual Artist and Art Theorist

11:00-11:20 2nd Presentation: "The Revitalisation of Traditional Culture in the Digital Era", Yi Na, Cultural Specialist, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

11:20-11:40 3rd Presentation:"To The Future Public", James Simbouras, Director, "Contemporary Art Showcase Athens" (C.A.S.A.)

11:40-12:00 4rd Intervention: To be announced during the event

12:00-12:20 Interventions-Discussions

12:20-13:00 Interval - Change

13:00-13:20 4th Module

1st Presentation: "Cultural Exchanges Between Asia and Greece the Past Three Years", Panos Douros (PhD Cand. Democritus University), Cultural Specialist, Executive-Theoretical

13:20-13:40 2nd Presentation: "Exploitation of Cultural Heritage for Sustainable Economic Growth", Dr Vasileios Laopodis, President Culture Polis

13:40-14:00 3rd Presentation: “Transmitting Silk Road Heritage”, Jean Wang, Chairman, Society of Tourist Guides, Singapore, World Federation of Tourist Guide Associations (WFTGA)

14:00-14:20 4th Presentation: "Social Economy and Culture. Development of Innovative Schemes on Local Level During the Crisis Era in Greece", Dr Emmy Papazoglou, Cultural Management Specialist

14:20-14:40 5th Intervention: To be announced during the event

14:40-15:00 Interventions-Discussions-Closing Remarks

15:40-15:45 Working Groups

CONFERENCE AGENDA, 4rth Day, 12th NOVEMBER, ONLY BY INVITATION

10:00 - 16:00 Sightseeing at the Acropolis Museum and Acropolis

16:00 - 18:00 Farewell Meeting

 

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