WE HAVE TO SPEAK: CULTURAL MANAGEMENT POLICIES
How can new cultural agents dialogue with institutions? In a context of budgetary restrictions, the private initiative has opened the debate on the management of public space, the financing problems linked to the practice of patronage and sponsorship, or the identification of a strategic public. From the general to the particular, we will try to propose alternatives for the resolution of conflicts from the point of view of cultural management and administrative regulation.
Xavier Campos is a founding member of the board of directors of the Galician Association of Profesionais da Xestión Cultural and cultural advisor of the Diputación de A Coruña. www.xestoresculturais.gal
Branca Novoneyra is councilor responsible for Cultural Action, with competences in Culture (Auditorio de Galicia, Teatro Principal and Zona C) and Festivities, as well as writer, dancer and choreographer.
Manuel A. Fernandes is responsible for communication of Braga Media Arts, a reference project for most of the topics to be discussed in the colloquium and which has earned the recognition of UNESCO Creative Cidade, by strengthening the relationship between art and technology and promote a contemporary and transdisciplinary work network whose benefits revert to society, culture and the economy of the city. www.bragamediaarts.com
Horacio González began his relationship with digital creation and new media as coordinator of the IFI Festival. He has been part of the VHPlab and Escoitar collectives as a multidisciplinary artist and software developer and is the promoter of the project of critical action and cultural engineering called Agentes del Caos started in October 2014. www.vhplab.net / www.agentesdelcaos.net
Rut Balbís is a dancer, creator and teacher of dance. She is part of the RPM Collective responsible for the Residencia Paraíso dance and contemporary creation program, an innovative research initiative around the arts of movement that has managed to interact with different Galician institutions: town halls, county councils, Agadic and others. www.colectivorpm.gal
Baltasar Patiño is co-founder of Matarile Teatro, promoter for twelve years of the International Dance Festival in Pé de Pedra and promoter of exhibition spaces for contemporary creation, such as the Teatro Galán and saLa Montiel, an in-permanent space for exhibition and resistance, independent of budgets and official regulations. www.matarileteatro.net
Javier Martín is a choreographer and researcher. He develops a project of epistemological weight around the arts of the movement that contemplates the show creation process, theory, activation and development of research groups, seminars and conferences. www.javiermartin.gal
Free entry until capacity is reached.
☰ SATURDAY 15 | 16:00 | CGAC – AUDITORY ☰