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Lyt til konferencen 'Kunsten at skifte scene'

Skrevet af: Mik Aidt

15. februar 2011


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I januar 2011 mødtes 70 oplægsholdere og 200 deltagere over tre dage i Filmhuset i København til konferencen 'Kunsten at skifte scene' for at diskutere og udveksle erfaringer om kulturel mangfoldighed og inklusion i kunst- og kulturlivet.


  Howard Ross – kl 9.35 mandag den 24. januar


Howard Ross, mangfoldighedskonsulent, USA

 

Keynote-talens titel var: ‘Bringing organisational attention into concrete changes through diversity actions’
Howard Ross talte om migrationens betydning på verdensplan, og om den forståelse af mangfoldighed, ledelse og organisatoriske forandringer, som de nye vilkår påkræver. Howard Ross er en af Nordamerikas mest anerkendte stemmer i mangfoldighedsledelse. Hans oplæg på konferencen blev introduceret af kulturattaché Melissa Ford fra den amerikanske ambassade i København.

 

 

 

  Klaus Bondam – kl 10.10 mandag den 24. januar

 

Klaus Bondam, institutleder ved Det Danske Kulturinstitut i Bruxelles

 

Keynote-talens titel var: ‘Erfaringer med integration og inklusion i en nordisk og europæisk sammenhæng’
Baseret på sine erfaringer som skuespiller, teaterinstruktør, politiker og i 2011 som repræsentant for dansk kultur i Europa delte Klaus Bondam sine ideer og visioner om kunstnerisk repræsentation i en mangfoldig og inkluderende kultursektor. Udskrift af talen.

 

 

 

  Oona King og Frans Jennekens – kl 13.50 onsdag den 26. januar


 
Oona King og Frans Jennekens, medlemmer af European Broadcasting Unions mangfoldighedsgruppe.

• Oona King er kreativ mangfoldighedsleder for Channel 4 i Storbritannien.
• Frans Jennekens er leder af mangfoldighedsdivisionen i NTR, som er Hollands offentlige broadcaster, svarende til DR i Danmark.

Titlen for sessionen var: ‘Public service and cultural diversity – An inclusive industry gives better programmes, is fairer and makes commercially sense’
I løbet af de seneste 10-15 år har de offentlige broadcastere i England og Holland arbejdet strategisk med mangfoldighed både i forhold til programmer og medarbejdere. Erfaringerne fra henholdsvis Storbritannien og Holland, som de to oplægsholdere fortalte om, er, at større mangfoldighed og en mere rummelig rekrutteringsstrategi skaber bedre og kommercielt vellykkede programmer.

 

 

 

  Asta salen mandag den 24. januar

 

 

 

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DAY 1 – Monday 24 January

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9.30 – 9.35am
Welcome | Opening
Cinema Asta
Welcome by:
Karen Bue, Director, Nordic Culture Fund,
Mik Aidt, Director, Danish Centre for Arts & Interculture
Anne Boukris, Intercultural Project Manager, Danish Centre for Arts & Interculture

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9.35 – 10.10am
Keynote | Diversity actions
Cinema Asta
Bringing organisational attention to concrete changes through diversity actions
Howard Ross - Diversity trainer and Chief Learning Officer, Cook Ross, USA
Introduction by Cultural Attaché Melissa Ford, American Embassy

Diversity, leadership, and organizational change. As one of North America’s most recognised voices in diversity management Howard Ross will offer an overview of the challenges and the opportunities – including cost-benefit – of large scale organizational change in the area of cultural integration. Ross has previously fostered breakthroughs in mutual understanding between different races, religions, and lifestyles and will reflect on the perspectives of diversity thinking and implementation in the Nordic context.

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10.10 – 10.25am
Vision | Cultural interaction in EU
Cinema Asta
Experiences of integration and outreach in a Nordic and EU context
Klaus Bondam, Director of the Danish Institute, Brussels and the Benelux

Based on his experiences as actor, theatre director, politician and representative of Danish culture in Europe, Claus Bondam will share his ideas and visions of artistic representations and an diversified, inclusive, cultural sector.

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10.25 – 10.40am
Reading
The performance group DANSK

Sound bites from ‘The White Man – a complicated love affair’ – a performance about appearance, identity, history and the fact that very few non-white play a role in Danish history and storytelling. “The White Man – a complicated love affair”/ “Den Hvide Mand – en kompliceret kærlighedsærklæring”, plays at Teater Grob from 21th May to 18th June 2011.

Introduction:
Anne Boukris
Hassan Preissler, Artistic Director, DANSK.
Dramaturg and Artistic Director: Joan Rang Christensen
Actors: Sandra Yi Sencindiver & Nadia Auda.
Ending of session

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11.00 – 12.30pm
Panel | Political views
Cinema Asta

Political visions for diversity and intercultural strategies in the arts and culture sector in the Nordic region

Focus: Politicians, artists and cultural directors talk about experiences of diversity strategies and the similarities and differences within the Nordic region and the EU states. The inter-linkage of local, regional and global issues are already influencing and stimulating the cultural strategies and visions in the Nordic region. It is time to set a new agenda.

• Introduction: Anne Boukris
• Facilitator: Katrine Nyland Sørensen, Journalist and Presenter, Danish Broadcasting Corporation, Denmark

Panel:
Peter Westphael, Director, Randers Regional Theatre
Jesper Larson, Director, Malmö Stadsteater, Sweden
Manu Sareen, MP, Radikale Venstre, Denmark,
Kamal Qureshi, MP and Spokesperson for Equal Opportunity, Socialistisk Folkeparti, Denmark
Uffe Andreasen, UNESCO Ambassador, Denmark

Debate – part 1
Scene change: Intermezzo with Video Artist Thierry Geoffrey, also known as Colonel
Debate - part 2
Nanna Rohweder
Susanne Nour
Hassan Preisler
Rui Hassenkram Serzedelo
Katrine Nyland Sørensen
Mille Hermann
Rounding off

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11.00 – 12.30pm
Developing dialogue | Film crossing the borders
Cinema Carl

Using the potential: Representations and diversity in Nordic film production and screening

The film industry has a unique potential and obvious interest in crossing borders of culture, expressions and nations. To what degree do directors, producers, editors and other “gatekeepers” of the industry express and acknowledge this potential.

• Facilitator: Eva Jørholt, Associate Professor and ph.d., Copenhagen University
Jakob Høgel, Artistic Director, New Danish Screen, Denmark
Karin Johansson-Mex, Director, Filmkontakt Nord, Sweden
Mehmet Ümit Necef, Culture Sociologisk, ph.d., Centre for Middle East Studies, Denmark
Thure Munkholm
Panel debate - part 1
Panel debate - part 2

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1.50 – 2.50pm
Panel | Representation and public broadcasting
Cinema Asta

Public service, cultural diversity and acts of representation

What is the roles and responsibilities of the public broadcasters towards outreach, inclusiveness and strategic promotion of diversity and democracy in the Nordic countries? These questions concern the film and radio repertoire, the choices of audience outreach, as well as recruitment policy and it covers all aspects of diversity; cultural, sexual, age, class, minority interest o.a. Do the public broadcasters reflect the modern Nordic states and the growing diversity of their populations?

• Facilitator: Steen Bille, Film Consultant, Danish Film Institute, Denmark
Michael Christiansen, Board Chairman, Danish Broadcasting Corporation DR, Denmark
Erica Hedin, Head of Diversity, Swedish Broadcasting Corporation SR, Sweden
Bjørn Skrattegård, Head of Diversity, Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation NRK, Norway
Yildiz Akdogan, MP, Media Spokesperson, Socialdemokratiet, Denmark
Knud Lindholm Lau, Communication Consultant, Denmark
Panel debate

 

 

DRs bestyrelsesformand Michael Christiansen og Socialdemokraternes medieordfører Yildiz Akdogan i paneldebatten.

 

 

DRs bestyrelsesformand Michael Christiansens oplæg til debatten.

 

 

Kort videoklip fra ovenstående panelsession med Michael Christiansen og Erica Hedin, der taler om repræsentation af minoriteter og kulturel mangfoldighed i medarbejderstaben.

 

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3.10 – 4.30pm
Workshop | Toward a Charter for cultural diversity
Cinema Asta

Developing a Charter for art, culture and societal responsibility – bringing professional CSR organisation’s experiences and UNESCO’s Diversity Convention to life

What are the opportunities and obligations of public funded art and culture institutions towards the changing demographics of the Nordic countries? How do the institutions align themselves and keep in touch with changes of preferences, behavior, interests and values of their audiences? How do art and culture represent and deal with our changing cultures and perceptions? Ought our politicians to develop cultural politics according to the intercultural reality? The outcome of the session is to give input to and develop the content of an Art and Culture Charter on Diversity and Responsibility.

• Facilitator: Ditte Maria Bjerg, Director and owner of Global Stories
• Peptalk from Peter Aalbaek, Film Merchant, Zentropa

 

Panel:
Steen Vallentin, Associate Professor, CSR, Copenhagen Business School
Uffe Andreasen, UNESCO Ambassador, Denmark
Khaled Ramadan, Intercultural Consultant, The Arts Council, Denmark
Rani Kasapi, Director of International Department, Riksteatern, Sweden
Film by Riksteatern
Sune Skadegaard Thorsen, Senior Partner, Global-CSR, Denmark
Panel debate

 

 

Peter Aalbæks peptalk

 

 

 

 

 

Ole Christian Madsen, filminstruktør

 

 

 

 

 

Allan Hjorth, konsulent med ekspertise i EU og ligebehandling

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mere fra samme konference


Læs om konferencerapporten Kunsten at skifte scene

Rapporten er på 64 sider. Print på papir (A4) eller download til din harddisk:

 

 

Højreklik og vælg 'Gem destination som', hvis du vil downloade. 
Mac: Hold CTRL-tasten nede og klik på ikonet

 

  

Skuespillernes forbundsformand Katja Holm: “Danmark er håbløst bagud”

 

Klaus Bondam: “Dansk teater er for selvoptaget og ekskluderende”

 

François Matarasso: “Mens vi venter på barbarerne”

 

Peter Aalbæk om DR: “En ren arisk forsamling”

 

Et mærke for mangfoldighed – behind the scenes

 

 

Videointerviews

 

Oona King, Creative Diversity Executive for Channel 4 i Storbritannien
Howard J. Ross, en af USAs førende mangfoldighedskonsulenter
Sharon Jensen, direktør for The Alliance for Inclusion in the Arts i USA
François Matarasso, kulturkonsulent, forsker og forfatter
Niels Righolt, formand for Center for Kunst & Interkultur

 

 

Omtale i medierne

 

Fagtidsskriftet Sceneliv – 1. marts 2011:
Kunstnerisk frihed som undskyldning

 

Kristeligt Dagblad – 26. januar 2011:
Mangfoldigheden breder sig i kulturlivet

 

DR P1 - Kulturkontoret – 14. januar 2011:
Hvordan udvikler man et publikum?

 

 

Omtale i udlandet

 

Audience Europe Network – 10. marts 2011:
Celebrating Cultural Identity – Theatre director Doro Siepel’s story of Rotterdam’s Zuidplein Theatre

 

Audience Europe Network – 10. marts 2011:
Extending the Margins Launched in Copenhagen

 

Audience Europe Network – 10. marts 2011:
Collaboration and Networking About Art and Audiences in Norway

 

Audience Europe Network – 10. marts 2011:
Be Passionate – and Listen Hard

 

 


Baggrund og fakta

 

Oplægget til konferencen: program og info om talerne

Temaer, arrangør, deltagere, læsemateriale, Facebook, med mere

Eva Jørholts filmhistoriske essay ‘Perkere og andet godtfolk’

Mehmet Ümit Necef: ‘De fremmede og Det Onde - Fra kitch til hybriditetens glæder’

Marie Thorning Andersen og Ida Mari Dreijer: ‘Forestillingens fællesskab’

Om forestillingen ‘Are You With Us’