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Webinars - Online Seminars

The webinars presentations are designed to monitor and evaluate existing public policies in the cultural field and their applicability in Romania, with a view to implementing alternative public policy proposals that will lead to the synchronization of the cultural, national and European environment.


Benefits:

  • Collecting qualitative information from people directly affected;
  • Appropriate identification of specific needs in the field of culture, implicitly within the 5 sub-domains;
  • Increasing the degree of interaction between people interested and willing to change in the field of culture

In order to solve one of the biggest problems of the independent artistic movement, that of communication and union, a virtual network of social dialogue will be developed through some webinars which will be transmitted online and will have as guests, personalities from various cultural fields. They will propose discussions on topics of interest and will come into direct communication with the public interested in the project.

The guests will be experts in the field.

Questions and answers

WEBINAR 9: Tehnica și elemente de advocacy pentru o politică publică (II)

Vă invităm să urmăriți o dezbatere despre tehnica și elemente de advocacy pentru o politică publică

Guest: Aura Corbeanu, Manager cultural, Vicepreședinte executiv UNITER

Follow the webinar on 06.03.2019 begining with the hour 19:00 on our Facebook page.

We are waiting for you with questions and suggestions in the form of comments at the end of the webinar.
The guest will be at your disposal for about an hour.

Questions and answers

WEBINAR 8: Tehnica și elemente de advocacy pentru o politică publică (I)

Vă invităm să urmăriți o dezbatere despre tehnica și elemente de advocacy pentru o politică publică

Guest: Aura Corbeanu, Manager cultural, Vicepreședinte executiv UNITER

Follow the webinar on 13.02.2019 begining with the hour 19:00 on our Facebook page.

We are waiting for you with questions and suggestions in the form of comments at the end of the webinar.
The guest will be at your disposal for about an hour.

Questions and answers

WEBINAR 7: Patrimoniu și Identitate

We invite you to watch a debate on Patrimony and Identity.

Guest: Ecaterina Lung, professor at the University of Bucharest, Department of Ancient History, Archeology and Art History.

Follow the webinar on 11.12.2018 begining with the hour 19:00 on our Facebook page.

We are waiting for you with questions and suggestions in the form of comments at the end of the webinar.
The guest will be at your disposal for about an hour.

Questions and answers

WEBINAR 6: Art and Politics. The art between propaganda and knowledge

Date: 24.10.2018
Start time: 19:00

 

From the Summary:

We invite you to follow up a debate with the following themes:
– The historical perspective of the art between propaganda and knowledge
– The need to guarantee freedom of expression 


Guest: 
Daniela Zaharia, historian, Department of Ancient History, Archeology and History of Art, University of Bucharest

Follow the webinar on 24.10.2018 begining with the hour 19:00 on our Facebook page.

We are waiting for you with questions and suggestions in the form of comments at the end of the webinar.
The guest will be at your disposal for about an hour.

Questions and answers

WEBINAR 5: UNESCO Goals and Priorities in 2018

Date: 04.10.2018
Start time: 19:00

From the Summary:

We invite you to pursue the most important objectives and priorities of UNESCO for 2018.

The main topics covered are:
– UNESCO Global Priorities - General Objectives of the UNESCO National Commission of Romania
– Activities relevant to culture support
– UNESCO Recommendations on Equal Opportunities
– The current concern about the artist condition.

Guest: Prof. univ. Dr. Ani Matei, Secretary General of the National Commission for UNESCO
Moderator: Anca Constantin, actress, president of the Flower Power Cultural Association

Follow the webinar on 04.10.2018 begining with the hour 19:00 on our Facebook page.

We are waiting for you with questions and suggestions in the form of comments at the end of the webinar.
The guest will be at your disposal for about an hour.

Questions and answers

WEBINAR 4: Evolution of occupancy and gains in the field of cultural and spectacular activities

Date: 24.09.2018
Start time: 19:00

From the Summary:

We invite you to look at a comparative analysis of the evolution of employment and gains in the field of cultural and entertainment activities compared to three major sectors: Industry, Trade and IT & C

The main topics covered are:
– Access to culture, libraries, cinemas, museums and show institutions.
– Evolution of the employed population in 2012-2016.
– Evolution of gross average earnings during 2012-2016.

Guest: Ionela Şufaru, sociologist
Moderator: Maria Obretin, actress

Follow the webinar on 24.09.2018 begining with the hour 19:00 on our Facebook page.

We are waiting for you with questions and suggestions in the form of comments at the end of the webinar.
The guest will be at your disposal for about an hour.

Questions and answers

WEBINAR 3: The results of the perception survey dedicated to artists and cultural operators

Date: 29.08.2018
Start time: 19:00

From the Summary:

We invite you to watch the results of the perception survey dedicated to artists and cultural operators. At this webinar we will present aspects measured by the perception survey that we are doing within the Alternative Culture Project.

  • the role of the artist and self-perception of the appreciation of the artist by the Romanian society and by the State;
  • the proportion of artists affiliated to different cultural bodies and the benefits they receive from this affiliation;
  • the needs and barriers perceived in the work of artists;
  • the level of knowledge of the legislation devoted to the artists' guild and the perception of the effectiveness of this legislation.

Guest: Ionela Sufaru, sociologist
Moderator: Maria Obretin, actress

Follow the webinar on 29.08.2018 begining with the hour 19:00 on our Facebook page.

We are waiting for you with questions and suggestions in the form of comments at the end of the webinar.
The guest will be at your disposal for about an hour.

Questions and answers

1. Are there rights for common artists in EU countries? Can you live exclusively in art in the analyzed countries?
For the first question, the answer is yes, more precisely there are social protection measures, but also tax deductions. Specifically, France, Germany, the United Kingdom and Slovakia offer tax deductions to artists, with distinctions in cultural fields. In the case of Denmark, the Nordic model takes into account that artists are defined as people who receive income from the arts and, under certain conditions, can spread their taxable income for more than a year (a form of income mediation). For the second question, the answer is yes, but under certain conditions, the number of projects involving artists is more important.
WEBINAR 2: Comparative study of cultural landscape in five European countries - method and presentation of results (part 2)

Date: 02.08.2018
Start time: 19:00

From the Summary:

  • Artist status in France, United Kingdom, Denmark, Germany
  • Cultural Policies and Artist Status in France
  • Cultural Policies and Artist Status in the United Kingdom
  • Cultural Policies and Artist Status in Denmark
  • Cultural Policies and Artist Status in Germany

Guest: Corina Rodica Andrei, Doctor of Political Sciences

Interlocutor: Oana Năsui, Expert Coordinator of Public Policy Proposals

Follow the webinar on 02.08.2018 begining with the hour 19:00 on our Facebook page.

We are waiting for you with questions and suggestions in the form of comments at the end of the webinar.
The guest will be at your disposal for about an hour.

Questions and answers

1.What are the public actors involved in realizing the artist's status in Slovakia? Do we have national correspondents?
In Slovakia, the debate is in full swing. Civil society actors from the cultural sphere and secure actors of the state are involved. Pavol Kral, her initiator is the president of the Slovak Coalition for Cultural Diversity. He summed up some of the first proposals for defining the artist, given the confusion in the common language, including the official and legislative ones. At the same time, the Slovak Government is slow to respond to UNESCO's recommendations. Much of the funds are concentrated in the Slovak Ministry of Culture. We have correspondents mainly at the level of institutions, because in improving the legislation on the status of the artist and not only are involved many ministries.
2. Is there a European model for Slovakia? And maybe it works for countries in Eastern Europe?
It does not follow a particular pattern. Kral makes an analysis on more objective states. As a personal observation, a decentralization at the level of funds is being attempted in Slovakia, namely the active involvement of regional and local authorities in cultural policy. This brings it closer to Germany, which is a powerful model for a decentralized cultural policy. I give you a quote from the study to give you a better view on the model that Slovakia is trying to do: "The Státní politika kultury policy document published in 2002 defines the so-called" hybrid "model of cultural policy, which combines the administrative-state approach (the state provides funds for cultural development and art production, elaborates long-term conceptions and visions on artistic and cultural development, essential role - state-administered cultural institutions) with a decentralized model (coexistence of state cultural policies and regional, key role - regions, cities and their cultural institutions) and a liberal model (the market and private initiatives in the field of culture are the main factors regulating relations in culture, key role - the cultural industry). Can apply a decentralized model only if desired decentralization across all sectors. It is difficult to apply strictly to culture.
3. Which of the studied countries apply social protection methods for artists?
A dedicated law on the status of the artist is found only in France and Germany. On the other hand, in Denmark, the Nordic model fits the artist so well in the system that no special laws are needed for him, and especially because of the equality dimension in cultural politics.
4. What are the methods of social protection for artists in Slovakia?
In Slovakia, there is no law for independent artists, but there are some tax measures for them. Independent authors have the right to apply an average revenue and deduct expenses, but so much. Currently, they do not benefit from unemployment or pension insurance unless they pay their taxes.
WEBINAR 1: Comparative study of cultural landscape in five European countries - method and presentation of results

Date: 23.07.2018
Start time: 19:00

From the Summary:

  • Description of the Artist's Status Study;
  • Presenting the studies that underpin the research;
  • Exposure of the method used in the perception analysis;
  • Presentation of the results of the analysis after interviewing artists and cultural experts from the countries where the research method was applied;
  • The artist's status in Slovakia - the current debate

Guest: Corina Rodica Andrei, Doctor of Political Sciences

Interlocutor: Oana Năsui, Expert Coordinator of Public Policy Proposals

Follow the webinar on 23.07.2018 begining with the hour 19:00 on our Facebook page.

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