On December 18, a panel entitled “Who’s Art For? # 2 New organizational models against cultural precariousness” will be held live on the facebook page of the Santagata Foundation, organized by Impasse and part of R-set / Tools for cultural workers.
The initiative, supported this year by the Directorate General for Education, Research and Cultural Institutes – Service II “Cultural Institutes” of MiBACT and by the Santagata Foundation for the Economy of Culture, will be held online in the form of a webinar, with the aim of taking a snapshot of the movements and studies that have contributed to developing a new awareness on the subject, arising from the disruptive effect of the pandemic emergency in progress on the economy of cultural organizations.
This new stage aims to analyze the theme of artistic and cultural precariousness within the current geopolitical context, enhancing the innovation of some management and organizational models with respect to the social, economic and legislative framework in which they are inserted.
Now that precariousness permeates every aspect of collective life, what alternative models does art and more generally culture have to offer? How can they be the bearers of a supportive and collaborative approach, which starts from their own ecosystem to affect other areas of civil society?
The panel we will take part of will take place from 3pm to 5.30pm
Date: Friday Dicember 18th
Orario: 3pm – 5.30pm