‘It’s not just a crisis, it is a transition!’ CAE announces an innovative two-day international conference about the vital role of individual and social cultural capacities in building a way out of the deadlock that threatens Europe, its people and democracy.
As the 2013 international Culture Action Europe conference is getting closer, we are pleased to inform you that our dedicated conference website is now live and open for registration:
The website presents several aspects of the conference – the concept, the programme, the themes and points of discussion, the speakers, conference fees and information relevant to those of you who need to plan your travel and accommodation in Rome.
Hosted by the extraordinary premises of the Architecture Faculty of the 3rd University of Rome, resulting from the rehabilitation of a former slaughterhouse situated in the core of the city centre, the conference will inspire, argue and debate the vital role of cultural capacities in building a way out of the deadlock that threatens Europe, its people and democracy.
Conversations, debates and short lectures will involve leading personalities from the European scene of decision making, cultural organisations, academia and civil society. The conference will also set the stage for discussion and adoption of the milestones of a first five-year shared Action Plan based on CAE’s and its members’ decisions and activities.
Places are limited so we encourage you to register as soon as possible.
We look forward to welcoming you in Rome!
With warm regards,
The CAE team.
Join us now!
In the run-up to the conference, Culture Action Europe is offering special fees for new members. Membership includes one free entrance to the annual Culture Action Europe conference and is now also open to individuals. Check out the website for more info, and contact the Culture Action Europe secretariat for more information about the fees!