Features: Euro - Mediterranean Forum of Art for Peace

Features: Euro -  Mediterranean Forum of Art for Peace Euro - Mediterranean Forum of Art for Peace
Bari, 23, 24 and 25 May 2008
In parallel to the to Biennial of Young Artists in Bari, Euro - Mediterranean Forum of Art for Peace
will discuss the burning questions around the Mediterranean creation. Our dossier gives our reader a first glimpse on the debates.
Features: Euro -  Mediterranean Forum of Art for Peace The status of artists in the non-European Mediterranean
This study on the status of artists in the non-European Mediterranean shows how civil society introduces contents to the work of political decision-makers.
Features: Euro -  Mediterranean Forum of Art for Peace Creation and media in the Mediterranean: what can be done?
From both sides of the Mediterranean, we have been witnessing, for several decades now, a recession of the 4th estate personified by the media, as well as a dangerous curb of critical thought.
Features: Euro -  Mediterranean Forum of Art for Peace Euromed policies: «Bright spots»
Gaps seem to get deeper and changes are tenuous: the trans-Mediterranean cultural cooperation moves within a political context, which we could qualify as «gloomy».
Features: Euro -  Mediterranean Forum of Art for Peace Why Does the Euro-Med need to Support and Develop Contemporary Art and Exchange?
Mary Ann Devlieg Secretary General of the IETM underlines the importance of young contemporary artists in the current context.

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