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The Language of Art and Music International Symposium,Berlin

Post Posted: Thu Jan 13, 2011 7:40 pm

The Institute for Cultural Diplomacy (Berlin) presents:
Call for Applications - The Language of Art and Music:
“An International Symposium on the Potential for Artistic Expression to Cross Cultural Barriers”
(International Conference, Berlin, 17th - 20th February, 2011)
www.icd-languageofartandmusic.org

The use of culture and art to promote dialogue and understanding is a field that, though the subject of much scholarly attention, has had little impact on the behavior and activities of national governments and other stakeholders in international relations. Moreover, whilst there is a widespread agreement of the value of culture and art in raising awareness of cultural differences, there is less understanding of the potential for culture and art to offer a neutral platform for mutual cultural exchange, to transform cultural differences and unite people through emotions. "The Language of Art and Music" will work to bridge the gap between theory and practice by bringing together artists with academic experts from the field and key figures in international relations to discuss the importance of these artistic disciplines.


Speakers for the Conference include:

Professor Adam Chmielewski - Director of the Institution of Culture Wrocław 2016, Rector, Wrocław University (tbc)
Dr. Anastasia Lazaridou - Deputy Director, Byzantine Museum, Athens
Cecilie Broch Knudsen - Artist and rector of the Oslo National Academy of the Arts
Costas Zapas - Film Director named by Cineuropa as “one of the most outstanding directors of auteur cinema.” (tbc)
Dingeman Kuilman - Chairman of the Executive Board of ArtEZ Institute of the Arts, Netherlands
Elif Shafak - Award-winning writer in Turkey, Author of recent best-seller: “The Forty Rules of Love” (tbc)
Erna Hennicot-Schoepges - European MP; Former Luxembourgian Minister of Culture and Religious Affairs (tbc)
Franziska Nentwig - General Director of the Stiftung Stadtmuseum Berlin (tbc)
Helena Bonham Carter - Actress. Starring in recent films: Terminator Salvation (2009) Alice in Wonderland (2010), The King's Speech (2010), Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (2010), Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011) (tbc)
Ints Dalderis - Director of the Latvian National Symphony Orchestra; Former Minister for Culture of the Republic of Latvia (tbc)
Jan Vogler - Renowned Violinist & Cellist
John Holden - Visiting Professor at City University Former Head of Culture at Demos (tbc)
Jytte Hilden - Former Minister of Culture of Denmark
Amb. Karl-Erik Norrman - Former Swedish Ambassador; Secretary General of the European Cultural Parliament (tbc)
Meenakshi Shedde - India Consultant to the Berlin; Locarno and Dubai Film Festivals; Winner of the National Film Award for Best Film Critic in 1999
Neil MacGregor OM - Art historian; Museum Director & Chairman of the 'World Collections Programme”; Former Director of the National Gallery in London; Former Director of the British Museum (tbc)
Norman Foster - Baron Foster of Thames Bank, Architect; 2009 winner of the Prince of Asturias Award; Architect of any major international buildings such as the Reichstag restoration in Berlin, Germany, Millennium Bridge, London, United Kingdom (tbc)
Professor Orhan Pamuk - Professor and Turkish American novelist; Winner of Nobel Prize in Literature 2006 (tbc)
Paco de Lucia - Spanish Composer and Guitarist (tbc)
The Honorable Dr. Rocco Buttiglione - Vice President of the Italian Chamber of Deputies; Former Italian Minster of Culture; Former Italian Minister of European Politics
Spyros Mercouris - Co-founder of the political party PASOK & Honorary President of the Network of Cultural Capitals and Cultural Months of Europe,
Professor Timothy Emlyn Jones - Dean, Burren College of Art, Newtown Castle
Professor Tomur Atagok - Professor and Dean of the Art and Design Faculty in Yildiz University


ICD Calendar 2011 (More>):

Art as Cultural Diplomacy: A Forum for Young Leaders > (Berlin, 14-20 February, 2011)
The ICD Academy for Cultural Diplomacy - February Session > (Berlin 17-23 February 2011)

Contact:
www.icd-languageofartandmusic.org
info @ culturaldiplomacy.org

 

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