The time of our annual meeting approaches!
This year’s Annual General Assembly & Members Forum (open only for Culture Action Europe members) is split in two convocations:
Thursday, 25th of October 13:00-17:00
Boulvard Vasile Pârvan 2B, Polivalenta room, Politehnica University Timisoara (UPT)
13:00 – Welcome
13:10 – CAE in 2018
13:45 – CAE Board Candidates
14:00 – CAE Strategy 2019-2021 presentation
14:20 – Coffee Break
14:45 – Parallel Strategy Working Groups
CAE Ethics, mission & vision
4 Strategic Thrusts
4 Functions of CAE
15:45 – Plenary discussion: Working Group outcomes
16:45 – Voting of amendments
17:00 – Ends
Followed by the BtO opening at 19:00
1 Uniri Square, Baroque Room, Art Museum Timisoara
14:30 – Presentation of Finances & Budget
15:00 – VOTING (CAE Activity Report 2018, CAE Finances, Audit & Budget, CAE Strategy 2019-2021, CAE new Board Members, Nomination of a statutory auditor)
15:30 – Coffee Break
16:00 – Parallel Policy Sessions
How is culture included in the 2021-2027 cycle? CAE will summarise cultural developments and policy actions in the cultural fields (Creative Europe, Agenda for Culture and European Year of Cultural Heritage) and in the other domains of EU action (Horizon Europe, Digital Europe, etc.). We want to listen to your concerns and aspirations, as well as design common strategies to act to ensure an increased budget in the next Multiannual Financial Framework.
European Elections 2019 – CAE policy session – with Kornelia Kiss
As the political network for culture and the arts, CAE has produced an Appeal for the 2019 Elections together with its members with a view to input in the European parties manifestos. CAE will summarise planned actions, but what can we do as a network to raise the profile of culture during the elections? How can we involve citizens more? Do you have actions planned? Let’s share them and join forces!
EU-UK: Culture bridges – informal group – with Clymene Christoforou
What is the status of culture in the Brexit negotiations? CAE will inform about its policy initiatives in the last period. We will jointly reflect on what can the EU and UK cultural sector do together to ensure the ‘best’ possible Brexit result.
Culture & Education – informal group – with Lars Ebert
17:30 – Announcing new board members
18:00 – Ends