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  • International Seminar for the

    Development of Street Arts

    24—25—26 May 2017

    Santa Maria da Feira, Portugal

    Circostrada Network and ARTCENA,

    in partnership with Imaginarius,

    present

    P R E - P R O G R A M M E

    F R O M I N N O VAT I O N TO S U S TA I N A B I L I T Y

  • After the first edition in Barcelona & Tàrrega, which gathered more than 300

    professionals from 30 different countries, FRESH STREET - International Seminar for the Development of Street Arts is back to

    open new perspectives, establish new contacts and celebrate street arts!

    Organised by Circostrada Network and ARTCENA, in partnership with Imaginarius - International Street Theatre Festival, between

    May 24-26, 2016 in Santa Maria da Feira (Portugal), the second edition will bring

    together street arts players, artists, programmers, journalists, researchers and policy makers for three days of stimulating exchanges, insightful debates and valuable

    networking.

    The programme includes plenary sessions — to be inspired, overview sessions — to reflect on the current state of street arts in specific regions of the world as well as tailor sessions — to delve

    deeper into key thematic topics for today's artistic creations exploring the public space.

    FRESH STREET#2 presents an opportunity to discover the local scene, see performances,

    connect with Portuguese street arts players and have a glimpse into an emerging field within the European panorama!

    With over 10 years of existence and more than 90 members

    from 26 countries, Circostrada contributes to build a sustainable future by empowering cultural

    players through networking, information, observation, advocacy and research.

    It is coordinated by ARTCENA, the French National Resource Centre

    for Circus, Street Arts and Theatre, and is

    co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme

    of the European Union.

    FRESH STREET#2 is realised with the support of the Creative Europe programme of the European

    Union, Santa Maria da Feira City Council, Portuguese Ministry of Culture, Portuguese Secretary of State of Tourism and the French

    Ministry of Culture and Communication.

  • STREET

    #2

    FRESH

  • — 4 —

    Wednesday May 24th

    Europarque, Santa Maria

    da Feira

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    Y 1

    FRESH STREET#2 OFFICIAL OPENING

    Main Room – A1

    Official welcoming words from partners and institutions.

    Introduction from Circostrada Network.

    COFFEE & NETWORKING

    Main Hall

    WELCOME PACKS & ACCREDITATION

    This session will be translated

    simultaneously in English and

    Portuguese

    WE ARE MORE THAN CELEBRATION, STREET ARTS CONNECT!

    Main Room – A1

    In the last two years our world has been in a state of radical flux, the axis on which we turn has shifted and the values to which we have held dear are undergoing a huge transformation. Can street arts be an influencing factor, can our voices be heard, can we make a difference? Based on the conclusions of FRESH STREET#1 we examine and look at the role of street arts, the role of collective experience, shared memory and the importance of active engagement for our society. Join us for three intensive days of sharing, networking and debate, looking for a new larger reflection into the street arts sector.

    C UR ATOR

    DANIEL VILAR Creative Direction, Imaginarius (Portugal)

    SPEAKERS

    NOELINE KAVANAGH Artistic Director, Macnas (ROI)

    PLENARY SESSION #1 GOOD P R ACTICES IN P UBLIC P OLICIES FOR P UBLIC S PACE: A STATEM ENT OR A QUESTION?

    Main Room – A1

    Can public policies be a basic and mandatory axis for the success of street arts? Can we find good examples of success all around the world? How can we replicate them for our practice in order to create conditions to the growing of the sector? The first plenary session of FRESH STREET#2 aims to debate this questions looking for a strong statement for street arts nowadays.

    CUR ATOR

    GIL FERREIRA City Councilman of Culture, Santa Maria da Feira City Council (Portugal)

    S P EA K ERS

    PETER BENGTSEN Researcher, Lund University (Sweden) JONG YEOUN YOON Director, Korea Street Arts Centre (South Korea) RITA DE GRAEVE Policy Adviser for Culture and Economy, Flemish Department of Culture, Youth, Sports and Media (Belgium)

    This session will be translated

    simultaneously in English and

    Portuguese

    12:00

    14:3014:00

    14:5014:30

    16:1514:50

    17:1516:15

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    TAILOR SESSION #1 THE GLOBA L WORLD - COP Y RIGHT A ND STREET A RTS

    Room A2

    Copy and copyright is a regularly debated topic across many artistic fields. Are we protected in the street arts sector? Do we need to reinforce the copyright mechanisms? This tailor session aims to debate the state of the art with regards to the audience, based on the experience and arguments from speakers with different visions. CUR ATOR & FACIL ITATOR

    MARTINO LORUSSO Lawyer, FNAS - Federazione Nazionale dell’Arte di Strada (Italy)

    SPEA K ERS

    TONNY AERTS Artistic Director, Close-Act (The Netherlands) TERESA NOBRE Project Lead, Creative Commons (Portugal)

    TAILOR SESSION #2 INNOVATION TAKES RISKS - SAFETY PL ANS IN STREET ARTS SECTOR

    Room A3

    Technology is developing rapidly and this reflects in the work of artists and organisers. However, every year authorities impose both on artists and organisers new rules and regulations. Are these justified or do they represent unnecessary additional work and costs? Based on experiences from different realities and countries, this session aims to share good practices with the audience and open the debate to find alternative ways to address these issues. CUR ATOR & FACIL ITATOR

    GORO OSOJNIK Artistic Director, Ana Monro Theatre (Slovenia)

    SPEA K ERS

    DAVE X Fire Arts Safety Team Manager, Burning Man (United States of America) COLIN KASSIES Producer Manager, Spoffin Festival & De Tuin der Lusten (The Netherlands) ALFREDO VASCONCELOS Production Coordinator, Boom Festival (Portugal)

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    Small Rooms – A2, A3, B1, B2, B3, B4

    Tailor sessions create a place for informal focussed discussion and debate during

    FRESH STREET#2. The delegates are split into six different rooms for six parallel discussions on various themes.

    rooms with limited capacity

    prior registration is mandatory

    TAILOR SESS IONS

    DAY 1

    The work language of the tailor sessions

    is English

    19:1517:15

  • — 7 —

    TAILOR SESSION #3 HOW TO INNOVATE? NEW MODELS SUPP ORTING THE ARTIST IC C REATION FOR THE PUBLIC SPACE

    Room B1

    Contemporary artistic creation inspires new ways to look at public space. All over the world there are projects working through innovation in addition to traditional creation models, searching for alternative plans and techniques to their artistic process. How can we assess the impacts and look at the growth of these models within public spaces? How can street arts re-invent the “triangular” relationship between artists, organisers and public? More particularly, how can public space adapt to the new methods of in situ creation, based on connection, reaction and interaction?

    C UR ATOR & FACIL ITATOR

    ELODIE PELTIER Coopérative De rue et De cirque (France)

    SPEAKERS

    ORIT AZAZ Director, The Common Sense (United Kingdom) ARIANE BIEOU IN SITU Network Coordinator (France) FANNI NANAY Artistic Director, PLACCC - International Festival of Site-specific Art and Art in Public Space (Hungary)

    TAILOR SESSION #4 BE INSIDE - PARTICIPATION PROGR AMMES IN STREET ARTS

    Room B2

    What is participation in reality?Volunteers, audience participation, co-creation and many other possibilities. What is the motivation for an artist or festival to be involved in participation? What is the main goal? In this tailor session, we shall debate various ways of working and the results.

    CUR ATOR & FACIL ITATOR

    JENS FRIMANN HANSEN Artistic Director, Passage Festival (Denmark)

    S P EA K ERS

    SERGEY KORSAKOV Artistic Director, Cardboardia (Russia) ALAN PARKINSON Artistic Director, Architects of Air (United Kingdom) HEBA EL SHEIKH Managing Director, Mahatat for Contemporary Art (Egypt)

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  • — 8 —

    DINNER AT TOWN CENTER

    FRESH STREET#2 WELCOME NIGHT

    Matadouro - Artistic Creation Centre

    D A

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    TAILOR SESSION #5 BREAKING BORDERS - INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIP S FOR THE STREET ARTS SECTOR

    Room B3

    Are borders a barrier today? Are we really working in international partnerships? What is changing in Europe? Do we need to redefine our strategy of work? This tailor session aims to challenge and seek answers for a new and stronger way to grow our collaborative, international practice.

    CUR ATOR & FACIL ITATOR

    TANJA RUITER Codirector HH Producties (The Netherlands)

    SPEAKERS

    JOE MACKINTOSH Chief Executive, SeaChange Arts (United Kingdom) MATTHIAS RETTNER Artistic Director, Pan.Optikum, Power of Diversity