Course 2012

Ludwigsburg 13.-24.2.2012

Day The programme of lectures and other activities Responsa-bilities
Day 012.02. Arrival of the Bulgarian, Finnish and Polish groups in Stuttgart, transfer to the youth hostel in Ludwigsburg
Day 1
10.00 Welcome by the Rector Prof. Dr. Martin Fix and the Director of the International Office Dr. Peter Dines

10.30 Introduction to the programme:- Idea and content of the IP (Prof. Thomas Knubben)
– On European identity (Prof. Svetlana Hristova)
– Times of change (Dr. Katarzyna   Plebanczyk)
– On Cultural Policy and Cultural Activity (Dr. Pekka Vartiainen)
– Documentary film of Ivan Menkachev about the IP Helsinki 2010
– Photographs of Anna Jansen from the IP Blagoevgrad 2011

12.30 Lunch

14.00  Presentations of the students ‘Who we are?’

16.00  Visit of the Castle and the Castle theatre of Ludwigsburg

18.00  Conclusion

Moderation:Th. Knubben
Day 2
From Cultural Traditions to Cultural Policy –National   cultural tradition and its reflection on cultural policy

09.15  Finnish students presentingBulgaria

09.30 Finnish students presentingGermany

09.45  Bulgarian students presentingPoland

10.00  Bulgarian students presenting Finland

10.15  Coffee break

10.45  German students presenting Poland

11.00  German students presentingBulgaria

11.15  Polish students presenting Finland

11.30  Polish students presenting Germany

12.00  Lunch

13.00  International group work

15.00  Coffee break

15.30  Posters and presentations

17.00  Conclusion

P. Vartiainen
Day 3
Heterogeneous and Hybrid Cultures in Fluid Times

09.00  Introduction

09.15  On Heterogeneity and Hybridity. Lecture of Prof. Th. Knubben

10.15  Coffee break

10.30  Transcultural Identity. Diversity and Inclusion in Education. Lecture of Prof. Kerstin Merz-Atalik

11.30  Phenomenon of Hybrid Culture. Presentations of the collections by the students

12.30  Lunch

13.30  International group work on phenomenon of hybrid culture, collected by the students.

15.30  Presentations

16.00  Conclusion

19.00  International Evening

Th. Knubben
Day 4
European Identity – Crisis,   Challenges, Chances

09.15  Lecture of S. Hristova: Europeas an innovative branding. Questions and comments

10.00  Coffee break

10.30  Best   innovative cultural practices. Presentations of preparatory work of German and Polish teams, first questions and comments

11.15  Short break

11.30  Presentations of Bulgarian and Finnish teams, questions and comments

12.30  Lunch

14.00    International group work (8 groups): Branding Europe as a field of cultural innovations

15.00  Coffee   break

15.30    Discussion and conclusions

S. Hristova
Day 5
Study visits to 9 cultural institutions in Stuttgart and Ludwigsburg

08.30  Start to the tours in international mixed groups: Interviews, investigations, documentations

14.00  Group work for poster and power point presentations on day 8

17.00  Conclusion

19.30  Meeting at the Theaterhaus Stuttgart for a visit of a dance performance by Gauthier Dance

A. Schoenrock
18. -19.02. Week end with optional offers for cultural visits
Day 8Mon20.02. Study visits – Results and Feedback

09.00  Introduction to the second week

09.30  Finishing of the presentations

11.30  Students presentations 1 to 4

13.00  Lunch

14.00  Students presentations 5-7

15.00  Coffee break

15.30  Students presentations 8-9

17.00  Conclusion

K. Plebanczyk
Day 9
Cultural entrepreneurship and intercultural access – Input

09:15 Cultural entrepreneurship. Lecture of Prof. Armin Klein

10.30  Coffee break

11.00 Intercultural access. Migration and Cultural policy. Lecture of Prof. Hannu Sirkkilä

12.30  Lunch

13.30  Case Studies and Discussion on cultural entrepreneurship: Bureau for visitors research and online marketing; Studio for mastering music

16.30  Visit of the Robert Bosch Foundation in Stuttgart

H. Sirkkilä /Ch. Dätsch
Cultural entrepreneurship and intercultural access – Workshop

09.00 Innovative group work 1: entrepreneurship ideas

10.15  Coffee break

10.45  Innovative group work 2: production to the inter- and transcultural audiences

12.00 Lunch

13.00 Innovative group work 3: intercultural competencies

14.00 Presentations 1-3

15.00 Coffee break

15.30 Presentations 4-6

17.00 Conclusion

H. Sirkkilä /
Ch. Dätsch
Weak signals and megatrends.
Future challenges for the cultural field: Cultural Manager 2020

09.15 Lecture I Tatiana Stoitchkova: Between Neoliberalism and social responsibility – cultural diversity inEurope

10.00 Lecture II Juha Iso-Aho: Megatrends and weak signals in the field of cultural consumption

10.45 Coffee break

11.15 Lecture III Juha Iso-Aho: Looking at the future of cultural management (venues, media, networks, customers, crowdsourcing, volunteering)

12.00 Lunch

13.00 International workshop in groups: remembering the future of cultural managers

15.00 Coffee

15.30 Presentations

17.00 Conclusion

Juha Iso-Aho
New European programmes

09.00 Introduction

09.15 Lecture of Joanna Szulborska-Lukaszewicz : Euro Cities – experiences, chances, challenges

10.30 Coffee Break

11.00 European cultural policy – change of paradigm? Lecture of Sabine Bornemann, Director of the Cultural Contact Point Germany, Bonn

12.30 Lunch

14.00 Final remarks and future perspectives:
Feedback, evaluation, certificates

16.30 Conclusion

Y. Pröbstle /
J. Szulborska-Lukaszewicz
Departure of the participating groups