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ASEF culture360 support to events in 2016

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Valentina Riccardi Culture Department culture360.asef.org Culture



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Since 2012, ASEF culture360 identifies and supports selected events in line with the ASEM agenda for culture and the thematics developed by the Culture Department. Throughout 2016, ASEF culture360 will partner with key arts events in Asia and Europe with the aim to support cultural mobility of artists and professionals.

The events supported are the following:

  • FutureEverything Festival 'Less and More' - 30 March to 2 April 2016, Manchester, United Kingdom

  • Far East Film Festival CAMPUS 2016 - 22 to 30 April 2016, Udine, Italy

  • International Conference on Cultural Policy Research 2016 - 5 to 9 July 2016, Seoul, Korea

    ASEF culture360 supports a panel discussion at ICCPR 2016. Dr Hyein Kim (Korea Culture and Tourism Institute, Korea), Dr Kate Oakley (University of Leeds, UK) and Dr Stevphen Shukaitis (University of Essex, UK) will discuss the value of artist labour on 6 July at Sookmyung Women’s University, Seoul, Korea. The discussion will be moderated by Dr Ruth Bereson (Griffith University, Australia).

  • Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) 2016 - 23 November to 4 December 2016, Singapore
    2 activities within the SGIFF programme will be supported by ASEF culture360:
    • The Estonian Animated Short Movies (26-27 November 2016)
    • The Youth Jury and Critics Programme (23 November - 4 December 2016)

 

For more details please scroll down this page to the dedicated project updates.

ASEF's contribution is with the financial support of the European Commission.

Project Updates

  • ASEF culture360 will support the Estonian Animated Shorts as part of the 2016 edition of theSingapore International Film Festival (SGIFF). These animation films will be screened on 26-27 November 2016 in Singapore.

     

    The history of animation in Estonia dates back to 1931, when its first animated short film,The Adventures of Juku the Dog, was produced. Nukufilm and Eesti Joonisfilm are among the studios closely linked to the history of Estonian animation, producing puppet and traditional cell animations respectively. Among the more, prominent animated films are “Breakfast on the Grass”, “Legends of Tallinn”, “Marathon” and “Piano”.

     

    The programme at SGIFF will introduce an overview of the history of animation in pre- and post-independence Estonia. The distinctive world of these animated stories promises a surreal and unexpected experience. The programme will be introduced by Mr Ülo PIKKOV, an Estonian animator and docent at the Estonian Academy of Arts Animation Department.

  • ASEF culture360 supports the FutureEverything 2016 – Less and More Festival on 30 March to 2 April 2016 in Manchester, United Kingdom.

    For 20 years, FutureEverything has looked at big questions facing society through the lens of art and digital culture. Working to the theme of ‘Less and More’, FutureEverything 2016 explores how we can rethink resources within a world that is changing exponentially. The programme of the festival will include a conference with speakers including Mr Mathew LEUNG from 2015 Turner Prize winning architecture collective Assemble, designer Ms Stefanie POSAVEC, curator Ms Hannah REDLER and cellular agriculturalist for New Harvest Ms Abi Aspen GLENCROSS. There will also be an evening programme with live music and performance as well as a number of commissioned projects and installations, open to the public, around the theme of the festival.

    ASEF culture360’s latest publications Creative Responses to Sustainability – Singapore Guide and Korea Guide will be widely disseminated during the event. Both guides are part of a new series of guides looking at creative responses to sustainability in different countries in Asia. They both feature a directory of the 20 most pioneering and significant cultural organisations contributing to social and environmental changes through their artistic practice and their respective countries. Stay tuned for the announcement of the new country guides in this series for 2016!

  • ASEF culture360 will support 4 young journalists from Asia and Europe to participate in the 2nd Edition of the Far East Film Festival Campus for Young Journalists on 22 to 30 April 2016 in Udine, Italy.

    In its 18th Edition this year, the Far East Film Festival (FEFF) is one of the most important festivals of Asian cinema managed by Centro Espressioni Cinematografiche (C.E.C.), a cultural association supported by the Italian Government, the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region, and the Udine Provincial and Municipal Authorities.

     

    This year, the Festival will host the 2nd Edition of FEFF Campus, a training programme for 8 young journalists from Asia and Europe that will combine education and on-site experience with cultural exchanges between writers from the 2 regions.

     

    Selected through an open call, the 8 candidates will have the opportunity to get a first-hand experience of the festival while following a rich and varied training programme that will include seminars, interviews and workshops that focus on both the art of film and the art of writing. During the training, participants will also receive guidance from experienced film industry and media professionals.