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Culture Forum 2015

Culture Forum 2015

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RoseLee Goldberg and Dino Korca
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Dino Korca
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RoseLee Goldberg and Dino Korca

Culture Forum 2015

  • Wednesday, May 27, 2015
  • The New York City’s Chelsea Arts District — RH Gallery, 437 West 16th Street 

The Culture Forum is a one-day convening to investigate the power and potential of the arts and culture.

The event was presented by European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC) in collaboration with our partners, embassies and government agencies, and a network of New York City’s most ambitious arts and cultural institutions. 

Directed by Dino Korca, president of European Union National Institutes for Culture, the gathering brings together a diverse range of speakers and cultural leaders, artists and diplomats for open discussions and presentations, including live performances, film-screenings offering participants active information with the social, political and cultural currents of our times.

The forum engages experts from across numerous fields, aiming to challenge old ideas, spark new ones, and catalyze potent partnerships across disciplines.

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Dr. Frank Hentschker, Executive Director of Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, and currently teaches Theatre History at Columbia University.

Frank Hentschker, presented on the launch of “Cultural Mobility Funding Guide: focusing on Dance, Theatre, and Performing Arts”. The main objective of the guide is to make available the existing information on available funding for international travel of artists and cultural professionals, and to gather resources for international cultural exchanges. Dr. Hentschker, who hails from Germany, is the Executive Director of Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, and currently teaches Theatre History at Columbia University.

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Geert De PROOST, General Representative of the Government of Flanders to the USA.

Geert De PROOST, General Representative of the Government of Flanders to the USA, and Head of the Flanders House in New York, presented on the inauguration of ‘Father Damien Way’ in New York City.

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The forum equally serves as a launching pad and provides the impetus for new initiatives and collaborations among participants. Throughout the course of the event, members engage in dynamic discussions and experiences, generate and exchange ideas, and develop policies to strengthen the reciprocal relationship between the arts and society. 

Dino Korca

Dr. Christoph Bartmann Vice-President of EUNIC NY, Director of Goethe-Institut New York and North America, and Mr. Dino Korca, President of EUNIC NY, Director of Albanian Institute.

“We believe that every engagement between people sparks new possibilities, and progress happens by bringing people together from all walks of life who have the drive and the influence to make positive change. It’s about the experience of coming together, building relationships, and having conversations, and those conversations, those relationships will ultimately make the difference.” — Dino Korca

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