DIGITALISATION: WHAT IS AT STAKE FOR THE CCR ?

DIGITALISATION: WHAT IS AT STAKE FOR THE CCR ?

The invention of printing and mobile characters at the end of the 15th century brought new technology and products to Europe – novels, newspapers, almanacs, dictionaries… all with as much influence on the society of the day as the ideas, debates and action of our modern wiki pages, blogs, and social networks. What is happening with the digital revolution? Like our daily lives, the cultural sector is being transformed in how it creates, produces and transmits, and in how its product is used. Knowledge is multiplying, professions are changing, and the interaction between cultural operators, public authorities and the economic sector is evolving. Between heritage, creativity and digital technology, Cultural Centers – Historic Monuments are joining to debate around digital issues.

 

November 19, 2012 – Hôtel de Massa, 38 rue du Faubourg St Jacques, 74014 Paris.

10am – 11am: Opening of the plenary meeting

Welcome speech by Yves Dauge and Guy Tilkin

11am – 1pm: General framework

11am – 11.30am: Issues and stakes of the current – social, political, economical, psychological changes linked with ICT and digital technologies development – Bernard Stiegler

11.40am – 12.00am: Digital issues and European cultural policies – Colin Mercer

12.00pm – 12.20pm: Digital issues at the scale of the territories: experiences and policies – TBC

12.20pm – 12.40pm: Creation, digital arts, new media – Dominique Moulon

12.40pm – 1.00pm: NTIC, a tool for artistic and cultural education? – Jean-François Chaintreau

2.30pm – 5.30pm: From stakes to practices

2.30pm – 3.15pm: Digital technologies vs artistic creation

3.15pm – 4.00pm: TIC and mediation

4.15pm – 4.45pm: Changing communication practices

4.45pm – 5.30pm: Digitalisation impact on ways of working and collaborating

 

Novembre 20, 2012 Institut Protestant, 83 boulevard Arago, 75014 Paris

9.30am – 11am: Prospects of development for the network

9.30am – 10am: European and cooperation perspectives

10am – 11am: Ongoing and forthcoming cooperation opportunities

∕        EU 2020 strategy and Creative Europe: towards EU 2014-2021 programming period

∕        European seminars around culture and territorial development (Project proposed in the frame of  EU Culture 2007-2013 programme, ‘Support to organisations active at the European level’)

∕         ‘Heritage digitalisation and creation‘ call for proposal, French Ministry of Culture and communication, 2013

11.15am – 1.00pm: thematic working groups

∕        Towards a new CCR charter

∕        Communication, NTIC and new media

∕        CCR and European cooperation: tackling European issues, anticipating 2014-2021 programs

∕        Heritage digitalisation and creation’ call for proposal

 

1.00pm: Concluding remarks