Culture(s) and sustainable development in Europe, Transmusicales, Rennes – 05.12.09

Culture(s) and sustainable development in Europe, Transmusicales, Rennes – 05.12.09

Round table coordinated by the Collective of festivals committed to sustainable development and solidarity in Brittany.

Introduction by Baptiste Lanaspèze (Director of Wildproject and Radio Grenouille in Marseille)
With the participation of
– Pascale Bonniel-Chalier (consultant and trainer, elected representative of the 8th district of Lyon)
– Fazette Bordage (in charge of New Art Territories at the Institute of Cities)
– Christopher Crimes (director of the Domaine d’O in Montpellier, former director of the Quai theater in Angers, two member structures of the Thin Ice 2020 network)
– Yann Lestrat (visual artist participating in the COAL project)
– Yann Queinnec (lawyer, member of COAL and director of the NGO Sherpa)

Moderation: Anne Burlot-Thomas (Association Trans Musicales).

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TO GO FURTHER (free download):
– the document accompanying Pascale Bonniel-Chalier’s presentation
– the accompanying document including a general presentation and a set of documentary resources
the report “Our Common Future – Report of the UN World Commission on Environment and Development chaired by Ms. Gro Harlem Bruntland”.
Yann Lestrat’s website

Caption: In arcadia Ego, Yann Lestrat

Take a look at

MOOC Art and Ecology
Meeting between Andrea Olga Mantovani and Baptiste Morizot

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