Although there are various initiatives in the Upper Rhine region to promote entrepreneurship in the cultural and creative industries, there is a need for a vessel that goes beyond the borders of one's own institutions and countries, linking education and the market. The long-term goal is therefore to network existing initiatives and to activate the cross-border mediation of start-up skills, especially in the areas of design, art, music and media.
The Roundtable therefore addresses cross-border education in the fields of cultural entrepreneurship on the Upper Rhine and strengthens the exchange between cultural and creative workers, universities, urban societies, associations and education policy. Through input, discussions and group work, we would like to pursue the question of suitable intercultural education formats for entry into the cultural and creative industries, taking into account the specific situation in the French-German-speaking Upper Rhine region. The discussion focuses on the needs of cultural and creative workers as well as the framework conditions that are necessary for a cross-border educational program. Concrete ideas for an action plan are developed, presented and put up for discussion.
The Roundtable (including inputs, workshops and discussions) will be held in English.
Part one (participation by invitation)
• Speaker input & discussion on the starting position
• Workshop I: equally and mutually domains of knowledge in border-crossing regions
Hosted by Jana Eske, FHNW Academy of Art and Design, Basel
Input by Dr. Onur Suzan Nobrega, Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main
Critical Friend: Prof. Dr. Liodmilla Voropai, Staatliche Hochschule für Gestaltung Karlsruhe
• Workshop II: Entrepreneurship Skills
Hosted by Prof. Dr. Nina Schneider, Popakademie Baden-Württemberg, Mannheim
Input by Selma Lebdiri, Marketing Director Mizaan, Mannheim
Critical Friend: Matthias Burgbacher, Founder PLAN:KOOPERATIV / Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT) / Fellow Kompetenzzentrum Kultur- und Kreativwirtschaft des Bundes
• Workshop III: Educational Policy Framework
Hosted by Dr. Paul Alibert, Institut Francais / BCU Munich
Input by Isabelle Maras, Franco-German University (DFH/UFA), Saarbrücken
Critical Friend: Prof. Dr. Dorothée King, FHNW Academy of Art and Design, Basel
• Discussion on concrete approaches / possible cooperation projects (by invitation)
Host, concept and research:
Jana Eske, FHNW Academy of Art and Design, Basel
Frank Zumbruch, STARTUP Mannheim