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Start: 15.12.11 (Thursday), 6PM
The 3rd debate within the cycle on connections between art and politics.
Is it true that Europe is under a cultural crisis? Does it need changes and new values? May culture be a part of any solution for contemporary societies – bringing a true change within the European reality overfilled with fear?
We will dedicate the 3d meeting within the cycle on connections between art and politics to the issue of civil society. Through summing up the undertakings carried out during the European Culture Congress by some selected non-governmental organizations, we will try to answer the questions: how much politics is usually involved within cultural animation and is the cultural animation a true concern of the contemporary politics? The discussion will start with a query of how the idea of ‘civil society’ in Poland may find itself within the ongoing struggle between power and culture.
Patrycja Matusz-Protasiewicz: a lecturer at the Institute of International Relations, University of Wrocław, Poland.
Małgorzata Swaryczewska: a member of the 'Sztuka dla Sztuki' Foundation and initiator of the ‘Art Training’ project carried out in Wrocław, Poland and in Kiev, Ukraine.
Jakub Kamieński: an actor, director, facilitator, member of the Supermarket Group and a co-author of the ‘Wyprzedaż’ (the ‘Sale’) project.
Dawid Krawczyk: a co-ordinator of ‘Krytyka Polityczna’ in Wrocław, Poland; co-producer of the ‘House of Change’ project for the European Culture Congress in Wrocław, Poland.
Paweł Trzciński: an independent producer and co-producer of the ‘EUgeniusz’ project in Warsaw, Poland.
The discussion will be chaired by Karolina Bieniek, a member of the ART TRANSPARENT Foundation, a coach and cultural animator as well as the managing director of the SURVIVAL Art Review; Karolina Bieniek is also a PhD candidate at the University of Wrocław, Poland. She was a co-producer of the ‘Emergency Room’ format by Thierry Geoffroy within the European Culture Congress in Wrocław, Poland 2011.