Thursday 27 September
10.00-13.00 Plenary session | Residency room
13.00-14.30 Lunch at PPCM
14.30-15.00 Show: “Rudy” by Thomas Thanasi
• Leading an organisation in a participative way | 15.30-18.30 | Residency Room, Space 1
Discover the fundamentals of participatory management and how it can help your organisation flourish. Learn the basics of what makes people engaged and how to structure your organisation to foster innovation. We’ll take the time to collectively address your questions and experience collective intelligence.
Facilitator : Quentin de Pret
• Business model : Blockchain in the cultural sector | 15.30-18.30 | Residency Room, Space 2
This workshop will find Blockchain based solutions for the cultural communities. Using collaborative dynamics, the participants will design creative solutions for the challenges of their communities, understanding how Blockchain may be helpful. Participants will be able to replicate the workshop to apply it in their communities.
Facilitator : Antonio Tenorio-Fornés
• EU Tinder. Find your partner for an EU funding application | 15.30-18.30 | Residency room, Space 3
Is your organisation trying to fundraise for more international cooperation? Are you curious about do’s and dont’s for fundraising? Are you passionate about an idea, but lacking resources? Would you like to share with others what you have been “cooking?” Register for this session and join our efforts to matchmake two platonic lovers: cultural organisations and funding.
The session will have two stages:
1) Informative stage about the EU funding for cross-border projects
2) Conversational stage about cross-border projects you have been working on or you plan to initiate.
P.S: Get ready for a surprise during registration
Facilitator : Yohann Floch
• The dark side of passion, the BIG BAM ! | 15.30-18.30 | Dance Studio, Space 1
The cultural Vield always has a lack of people and a lack of money but not a lack of ambitions, dreams, inspiring ideas, social-cultural-community projects. We mostly realize these ideas because of the passion of devoted people (employed and volunteers). We go to the maximum to get all the things done. But all the things are never done; it is mostly too much work for too less people with not enough budget. Suddenly there is the BIG BAM for some of us (burnt-out, depression, escape in alcohol and drugs etcetera). How can we avoid this, what are the signals before the BIG BAM and how to get our friends back on track. Sharing of (own) experiences and learning lessons: Introduction, 3 subgroups of 7 people, report.
Facilitators : Geert van Itallie, René Penning and Gerard Lohuis.
• Share and Contribute | 15.30-18.30 | Meeting Hall, Space 1
TEH Camp meetings are always a good environment for sharing projects and starting new partnerships and collaborations. 4 projects are inviting you to join them for your contributions, feedback and future collaboration.
The projects are:
Culture Agora: We are a resource for cultural and creative organisations in Europe and the Southern Mediterranean, and through Culture Agora these CCI organisations can impact millions. Culture Agora is increasingly being highlighted by major players in the Cultural and Creative Industries sector in Europe as an important resource for their members and audiences. We are currently officially campaigning on behalf of the European Commission for the European Year of Cultural Heritage.
Global Grand Central: A hybrid organisation and online platform that builds a foundation for exchange between practice, policy and research.
EVS Connected: in TEH Sharing an EVS project idea in the network they would like apply, tasks and volunteers profile they need. Learning from colleagues how to cope with difficulties and how to improve EVS management.
The ‘City District Office’, a multi stakeholder partnership for urban development run by Institut for (X), has succeed with a number of interventions and municipal disruptions, leading to a high degree of influence from the creative community on the development of the urban spaces in Aarhus. This session seeks to give extremely affective examples of how culture can challenge conventional city planning
Facilitators : Raine Heikkinen, Stefanie Thomas, Marcus Haraldsson, Danijela Poropat, Juul Wendell.
• Creative Hubs | 15.30-18.30 | Meeting Hall, Space 2
“Creative Hubs” is the new buzzword in the EU, but what is a “creative hub” for us? Is it the future or another bypasser? The aim of the workshop is to develop a shared definition of Creative hubs starting from the participants’ understanding and experiencing of hybrid and open spaces. The session actively engages participants bridging between semantics and practice.
Facilitators : Burak Sayin and Francesco Campagnari.
• Innovation & community development – with Fairground Academy and Fantastic Studios | 15.30-18.30 | Meeting Hall, Space 3
A fun, hands-on idea development workshop that will result in great ideas, teach methods for creative collaboration and prototype a collective creative process for multidisciplinary teams working with culture and city/ community development for Fairground Academy.
Facilitators : Jonas Boutani Werner and Eleftérios Kechagioglou.
18.30-20.00 Dinner at PPCM | Dance Studio
20.00-22.00 Circus Festival | Chapiteau. “Soirée Premiers Pas #1”, an artistic night with a focus on PPCM artistic Incubator with “Robert n’a pas de paillettes” of Arthur Sidoroff and “Je ne peux pas mourir” of Cie La Geste
22.00 Party at PPCM | Meeting Hall and Dance Studio.
Friday 28 September
• LIFT-OFF First phase development of a cultural centre | 10.00-13.00| Residency Room, Space 1
Dedicated to the start-up phase of a cultural centre, this workshop will look at creating/developing such a centre and what people might consider as important to their planning in this initial period. The format will be hands-on and participant led, looking to identify some of the main challenges to young centres and to Vind some insights into how to avoid and overcome these challenges.
Facilitator : Sandy Fitzgerald
• TEH Activities & TEH#87 Dresden | 10.00-13.00 | Residency Room, Space 2
Trans Europe Halles (TEH) is involved in several projects funded by the EU and others, bringing many different partners in Europe and beyond. This session will bring light to the bunch of activities TEH is developing in the months and years to come. The staff of the TEH Coordination OfVice will be happy to tell you more about “Creative Lenses”, “Factories of Imagination”, “Creative and Cultural Spaces and Cities”, Horizon 2020 – DISCE Developing Inclusive & Sustainable Creative Economies”…. It will be a unique opportunity to know all you always have been dreaming about including how TEH members will beneVit from those projects. You are then invited to exchange about next TEH conference.
Facilitators : TEH office Staff
• Transforming historic urban areas and/or cultural landscapes into hubs of entrepreneurship and social and cultural integration? | 10.00-11.30 | Residency Room, Space 3
Ahoy! There is a new H2020 call that might just Vit to what you are doing in your organisations. This session aims to start the conversation for applying this H2020 call with a concrete project. Session will be conducted in four stages:
– Our experiences with H2020 projects
– Our expectations from a possible project
– Our contributions to a possible project
– Possible research partnerships
A questionnaire will be sent to the participants prior to the session.
Facilitators : Burak Sayin, Mieke Renders, Raine Heikkinen and Inese Suija
• PRACTICE & LEARNING. What can others learn from our experience of building local networks?| 11.30-13.00 | Residency Room, Space 3
An exploration of the practical ways territorial actors come and stay together in order to have a greater impact in their work for the local community. Based on the experiences of participants, we will be looking at the type of tools and insights that could be passed on to those who are starting to develop such work-processes.
Facilitators : Lucie Perineau and Raluca Iacob
• Commons and space practices | 10.00-12.30 | Dance Studio, Space 1
Independent cultural places have quite a long experience in occupying spaces. We will make an attempt to situate our space practices in the field of commons, both on a practical and a theoretical point of view, by shifting the focus from the question of the goods and resources constituting the commons to the question of the common milieu that sustains them – both as a medium and a space.
Facilitator : Jules Desgoutte
• Innovation & community development – with Fairground Academy and Fantastic Studios | 10.00-13.00 | Meeting Hall, Space 3
A fun, hands-on idea development workshop that will result in great ideas, teach methods for reactive collaboration and prototype a collective creative process for multidisciplinary teams working with culture and city/community development for Fairground Academy.
Facilitators : Jonas Boutani Werner and Eleftérios Kechagioglou.
• Arts education and social transformation | 10.00-13.00 | Meeting Hall, Space 1
The workshop is part of TEH Arts Education Platform which creates programs, meetings and activities to share knowledge and methods around Arts Education in the network at yearly conferences and camp meetings. This workshop will have 3 parts:
1/ Description of PPCM’s educational ‘s projects
2/ Experiment, with the body, very simple situations of “social circus” inclusive pedagogical methods
3/ Exchange and reflexion between the participants.
Facilitators: Katerina Flora and Emelie Storm.
• Die Bäckerei - Kulturbackstube (mobile cultural work workshop) | 10.00-13.00 | Meeting Hall, Space 2
What happens when we leave the save space and usual audience of our centres to do cultural work in different places outside? During the last 2 years we have been experimenting. In the workshop we want to share our experiences and exchange insights about impact, different mobile formats, and business models. We are looking for future cooperations with the possible aim of applying for a grant in the future.
Facilitator : Florian Ladstätter