Panel on Cultural Policies of the North and the Arctic
 

Panel on Cultural Policies of the North and the Arctic

Atelier sur les politiques culturelles du Nord et de l'Arctique

Co-organized by the Arctic Arts Summits and the Research Chair on Images of the North, Winter and the Arctic of the Université du Québec à Montréal



THE PANEL IS PUBLIC
DISCUSSIONS WILL BE RECORDED AND THEN BROADCAST

SATURDAY, APRIL 7TH, 2018 FROM 9.30 TO 12.30
UNIVERSITÉ DU QUÉBEC À MONTRÉAL

Président-Kennedy Building, 1st floor, room PK-1140
201, avenue du Président-Kennedy, Montréal

CO-HOSTED BY MARIA UTSI AND DANIEL CHARTIER

PARTICIPANTS
FROM QUÉBEC, GREENLAND, CANADA, NORWAY, SÁPMI, NUNAVIK, FINLAND, YACOUTIA

Nauja Bianco, Consultant, freelance journalist, and ex-diplomat for the Government of Greenland and within the Nordic Council of Ministers

Timo Jokela, Dean, professor, Faculty of Art and Design, University of Lapland. Leader of the Thematic network on Arctic Sustainable Art & Design, University of Arctic

Steven Loft, Director, creating knowing and sharing: The Arts and Cultures of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples, Canada Council for the Arts / Conseil des arts du Canada

Maria Utsi, Director of the Arctic Arts Summit and Arctic Arts Festival

Robert Fréchette, Director of the Avataq Cultural Institute

Daniel Chartier, Professor, Research Chair on Images of the North, Winter and the Arctic, Université du Québec à Montréal

Suzanne de la Barre, Professor, Department of Recreation and Tourism at Vancouver Island University. Member of the thematic network on the Northern Tourism University of Arctic

Marianne Stenbaek, Professor, McGill University, specialist of Greenland and Nunavik, journalist for Radio-Greenland in Canada

Ekaterina Romanova, Chief researcher, Archeology and Ethnography of North-East People of Russia, Social Sciences and Native Studies of the North Institute, Yakutsk and Liudmila Zamorshchikova, Associate Professor, North-East Federal University, Yakutsk

PROGRAM

9.30 Welcome from Maria Utsi and Daniel Chartier

9.40 First roundtable to present the circumpolar role and work in the field of Arctic and Northern cultural cooperation of each of the participants

11.00 Coffee break

11.20 Discussions

How to foster cultural cooperation between the different North and the Arctic cultures?
How to facilitate and strengthen the cooperation between the arts and culture, creative industries, academia, stalk holders and policymakers?

12.20 End of the panel

12.30 Lunch for the participants

English program   Programme français





Organized with the support of the Nordic Council of Ministers (“The Nordics“)
This event is part of the Présences nordiques 2018
nord.uqam.ca