A Soul for Europe Conference 2017 Topic 3 Workshop 4 2017-11-09T16:32:19+00:00

A Soul for Europe Conference 2017
Preparatory Material

Find links to relevant contributions from our online debate for each workshop and read Volker Hassemer’s introduction here.

Have a look at Elmar Brok’s article  It is time for European citizens to take ownership of the European Union’ that serves as preparatory material for all workshops or find Collected Key Statements from the Online Debate, that provides a summary of the whole online-debate.

A Soul for Europe Conference 2017: Preparatory Material

Find links to relevant contributions from our online debate for each workshop and read Volker Hassemer’s introduction here.

Have a look at Elmar Brok’s article  It is time for European citizens to take ownership of the European Union’ that serves as preparatory material for all workshops or find Collected Key Statements from the Online Debate, that provides a summary of the whole online-debate.

Topic 3: Arts and Politics – A Good Match?

 

11:00
– 12:30

and

2:00
– 3:30

Atelier A

Next Generation, Please!

Organiser: Center for Fine Arts Brussels (BOZAR)
Format: Artistic Workshop for young people
Artist: Leni Huyghe, Director and Writer
Session 1 (11:00 – 12:30 am) Host: Melat Gebeyaw Nigussie, Project Manager Next Generation, Please!
Session 2 (2:00 – 3:30 am) Hosts: Melat Gebeyaw Nigussie, Project Manager Next Generation, Please! and Frédéric Meseeuw, Senior Project Manager BOZAR

Populism is on the rise and the European project is in jeopardy. What role does rhetoric play in all of this? The workshop will use a political speech as a point of departure to embark on a critical reflection about the past and to express hopes and wishes for the future. The different parts of the workshop consist of the analysis of the speech, followed by a discussion between the students and a brainstorming session to discuss the topics that the students will address in their own speeches. The different speeches are presented at the end of the day. The story of Europe is best told by its citizens. What do you have to say?

This workshop takes place in two parts 11:00 – 12:30 am and 2:00 – 3:30 pm.

Topic 3: Arts and Politics – A Good Match?

 

11:00 – 12:30 | Atelier A

Next Generation, Please!

Organiser: Center for Fine Arts Brussels (BOZAR)
Format: Artistic Workshop for young people
Artist: Leni Huyghe, Director and Writer
Session 1 (11:00 – 12:30 am) Host: Melat Gebeyaw Nigussie, Project Manager Next Generation, Please!
Session 2 (2:00 – 3:30 am) Hosts: Melat Gebeyaw Nigussie, Project Manager Next Generation, Please! and Frédéric Meseeuw, Senior Project Manager BOZAR

Populism is on the rise and the European project is in jeopardy. What role does rhetoric play in all of this? The workshop will use a political speech as a point of departure to embark on a critical reflection about the past and to express hopes and wishes for the future. The different parts of the workshop consist of the analysis of the speech, followed by a discussion between the students and a brainstorming session to discuss the topics that the students will address in their own speeches. The different speeches are presented at the end of the day. The story of Europe is best told by its citizens. What do you have to say?

This workshop takes place in two parts 11:00 – 12:30 am and 2:00 – 3:30 pm.