21st-25th August 2012
What are the keys to successful transcultural cooperation? While international negotiation platforms fall short to make impressive accomplishment and to give an answer to the question, intercultural art productions provide positive examples.
In order to gain fresh perspectives on successful international cooperation, Käte Hamburger Kolleg / Centre for Global Cooperation Research together with the Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities organised a workshop on “Example of Successful Cooperation (1) - Artistic Practice and Improvisation”. Performances in the Ruhrtriennale- an annual music and arts festival- were embedded into the workshop programme. These settings allow the workshop participants to observe as well as engage in dialogues with artists and to reflect how success in non-artistry international cooperation could also be achieved.
Venue: Essen, Bochum and Duisburg
Workshop Programme (German)
Workshop Report (German)