Kulturentwicklung im internationalen Vergleich – Erfahrungen aus anderen Nationen oder Institutionen auswärtiger Kulturarbeit
26.10.2021, 16.30–17.45 Uhr
Cultural development planning has experienced a considerable upswing in recent years in Germany. Originating in the course of the New Cultural Policy in the 1970s, they have become a central instrument of concept-based cultural policy in recent years - especially at the municipal and regional level. Cultural development plans are associated with numerous expectations; they have analytical, reflective, participatory, activating, communicative, structuring, conceptual and commitment functions. Based on stocktaking and analysis, cultural development plans usually define cultural policy goals, set priorities, develop measures to achieve these goals, and quantify the resources needed.
What experiences have the actors from municipal, regional and state cultural administrations and policies as well as from the cultural scene had with their cultural development plans? How were procedures, formats and participation processes designed? Where are the pitfalls? Are there conditions for success? Which expectations were met and which were not? These and other questions will be discussed with selected speakers on five consecutive Tuesdays from 4:30-5:45 p.m. starting September 28, 2021.
During the final session – 26th of October, 16.30-17.45 CEST, held in English, we will include the experiences of stakeholders in different countries of Europe. We cordially invite you to a joint discussion.
1. Cultural Devlopment Planning within Esch2020
Nancy Braun, General Director of Esch 2022
2. Activities of the Goethe-Institut Ukraine on the topic of cultural development planning: House of Europe + Cultural Leadership Academy
Christian Diemer + Yaroslav Minkin
Nancy Braun has been General Director of Esch2022 since 2018. She gained her first professional experience in the cultural field serving as Deputy General Coordinator of Luxembourg and Greater Region, European Capital of Culture 2007, before heading the Supervisory Board of Carré Rotondes. She then held the position of Administrative and Financial Director at the Luxembourg Bar Association for nearly six years, before joining the office of the Luxembourgish Democratic Party (DP) as General Coordinator. In January 2016 she was appointed Administrative Director of Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’art contemporain.
Christian Diemer has studied composition, musicology, German philology, and arts management. PhD on traditional music, globalisation, and national identity in Ukraine. In 2017, his opera Bonnie and Clyde was premiered at the State Theatre of Nordhausen. He was the executive director of the online magazine Europe & Me and is an alumnus of Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes. In 2019 he joined Goethe-Institut and is since leading the EU-funded House of Europe programme.
Yaroslav Minkin is a trainer of Cultural Leadership Academy and chairman of the Youth organization "STAN". He initiated over 100 solidarity actions, artistic interventions and civic campaigns both on local and national levels, majorly focuses on the topics of increasing diversity and tolerance, youth participation and engagement, human rights, civil activism. Originally from Luhansk, he had to relocated to Ivano-Frankivsk with a part of NGO STAN team in March 2014. He obtained his M.A. in Management of Non-Profit organizations at the Ukrainian Catholic University (Lviv). He participated in a research project at the Prague Civil Society Center (Czech Republic) and the International Visitors Leadership Program (USA) and Civil Society Fellowships Program (EU) to study the foreign experiences of developing youth centers and organizations. Now he is participating in the Peacebuilding Advanced Studies Course of Zurich University of the Arts “Arts and International Cooperation”.