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AV Audience Development Meeting 2016 | LPM 2015 > 2018
Access to culture remains a highly topical issue across Europe. Available data on cultural participation shows that a significant part of the population still does not participate in mainstream cultural activities, with people in more deprived circumstances (with regards to their income and education level) participating much less than people with higher education profiles and higher incomes. Cultural participation is recognised as a human right and an important building block for personal development, creativity and well-being. However, the cultural provision offered by institutions receiving public funding often benefits only a reduced segment of the population. This may require the identification of strategies to increase participation, in order to guarantee equity and efficiency in the use of resources“.

OMC report Policies and good practices in the public arts and in cultural institutions to promote better access to and wider participation in culture (http://ec.europa.eu/culture/our-policy-development/documents/omc-access-to-culture.pdf).

AVnode LPM 2015 > 2018 is a cooperation project between 13 partners from 12 countries: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Turkey and United Kingdom, aimed to promote and develop live video culture to European and worldwide audience with 14 events per year:

Stagione Culturale Francese in Italia | Institut Français d’Italie | Rome Italy | June-October
Live Cinema festival | Flyer Communication | Rome Italy | September
Patch Lab Festival | Kultural Kolektiv Foundation | Kraków Poland | October
Lunchmeat Festival | Lunchmeat o.s. | Praha Czech Republic | October
Madatac | Transfera Media Arts sl | Madrid Spain | January
B-Seite Festival | Verein für visuelle Kunst und Jetztkultur e.V. | Mannheim Germany | March
Oddstream Festival | Stichting Oddstream | Nijmegen Netherlands | March
AV Audience Development | Culture Action Europe | Brussels Belgium | April
AV Playground | 4youreye Bischof-Herlbauer OG | Vienna Austria | April
Live Performers Meeting | Flyer Communication | Amsterdam Italy | May
Athens Digital Arts Festival | Multitrab Productions | Athens Greece | May
ROM | Művelődési Szint Kft. | Budapest Hungary | May
Splice Festival | Elastic Eye Ltd | London United Kingdom | May
Bursa AV residency | Bursa Metropolitan Municipality | Bursa Turkey | July

AVnode LPM 2015 > 2018 project gives special attention to Audience Development activities and strategies. The purpose is to help European artists/cultural professionals and their works reach as many people as possible across Europe, as well as extend access to cultural works to under-represented groups.

The meeting in Brussels the 21st 22nd of April 2016 is mainly focus on the 13 partners of the project with some special guest.

The first day is focused on the Audience Development in the Audio Video cultural activities.

The second day is a project management meeting.

Programme
More info about the project

Brewdog

Putterie 20, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium

www.brewdog.be

AV Audience Development Meeting 2016 | LPM 2015 > 2018

April 21 - 22, 2016

BrewDog Brussels, Bruxelles, Belgium

  • Thursday, 21 April 2016 | BrewDog Brussels, Bruxelles, Belgium

lpm-2015-2018

Access to culture remains a highly topical issue across Europe. Available data on cultural participation shows that a significant part of the population still does not participate in mainstream cultural activities, with people in more deprived circumstances (with regards to their income and education level) participating much less than people with higher education profiles and higher incomes. Cultural participation is recognised as a human right and an important building block for personal development, creativity and well-being. However, the cultural provision offered by institutions receiving public funding often benefits only a reduced segment of the population. This may require the identification of strategies to increase participation, in order to guarantee equity and efficiency in the use of resources“.

OMC report Policies and good practices in the public arts and in cultural institutions to promote better access to and wider participation in culture (http://ec.europa.eu/culture/our-policy-development/documents/omc-access-to-culture.pdf).

AVnode LPM 2015 > 2018 is a cooperation project between 13 partners from 12 countries: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Turkey and United Kingdom, aimed to promote and develop live video culture to European and worldwide audience with 14 events per year:

Stagione Culturale Francese in Italia | Institut Français d’Italie | Rome Italy | June-October
Live Cinema festival | Flyer Communication | Rome Italy | September
Patch Lab Festival | Kultural Kolektiv Foundation | Kraków Poland | October
Lunchmeat Festival | Lunchmeat o.s. | Praha Czech Republic | October
Madatac | Transfera Media Arts sl | Madrid Spain | January
B-Seite Festival | Verein für visuelle Kunst und Jetztkultur e.V. | Mannheim Germany | March
Oddstream Festival | Stichting Oddstream | Nijmegen Netherlands | March
AV Audience Development | Culture Action Europe | Brussels Belgium | April
AV Playground | 4youreye Bischof-Herlbauer OG | Vienna Austria | April
Live Performers Meeting | Flyer Communication | Amsterdam Italy | May
Athens Digital Arts Festival | Multitrab Productions | Athens Greece | May
ROM | Művelődési Szint Kft. | Budapest Hungary | May
Splice Festival | Elastic Eye Ltd | London United Kingdom | May
Bursa AV residency | Bursa Metropolitan Municipality | Bursa Turkey | July

AVnode LPM 2015 > 2018 project gives special attention to Audience Development activities and strategies. The purpose is to help European artists/cultural professionals and their works reach as many people as possible across Europe, as well as extend access to cultural works to under-represented groups.

The meeting in Brussels the 21st 22nd of April 2016 is mainly focus on the 13 partners of the project with some special guest.

The first day is focused on the Audience Development in the Audio Video cultural activities.

The second day is a project management meeting.

Programme
More info about the project

Brewdog

Putterie 20, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium

www.brewdog.be