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November 12, 2021, 10 am - 1 pm, Zentralkino (great hall)

The shift in thinking toward sustainable living - a global concern which affects all areas of society - is more urgent than ever. This also applies to the cultural sector, where demands for a Green Culture arise, which places climate policy at the center of cultural policy and promotes and demands concrete approaches to sustainability in the cultural market, such as climate-neutral cultural productions and cultural mediation.
The required strategies and measures as well as what can be learnt from one another in a transnational discourse will be shown in this expert forum.

10 am - 10:45 am


Green Culture - An opportunity for a sustainable culture (policy)
Erhard Grundl (Green Party)
Member of the Bundestag
Spokesman for cultural policy of the Bündnis 90/Die Grünen parliamentary group, member of the German Bundestag's Culture Committee

Why should arts & culture, shaken by Corona, also strive for climate neutrality? Should politics interfere at all? If yes how? And what about artistic freedom? Political concepts do not only have to find answers to this if climate policy is to be a central pillar in cultural policy. Concrete proposals such as the Green Culture Desk are to be presented. Is this practicable and how can it be further developed and implemented in a shared effort with the cultural scene?

10:45 am - 11 am



Coffee Break & Networking


11 am - 11:30 am



Can ecstasy be climate-friendly? - Festival culture as a platform for sustainable change
Björn Hansen
Morgenwelt GmbH, Managing Director

With the Futur 2 Festival we want to prove that culture, sustainability and fun go well together. Infact: the FUTUR 2 FESTIVAL is the first complete off grid festival. On two stages - on driven by the muscular strength of the visitors, the other by solar energy - numerous artists play live music and DJ sets to make the crowd dance. The energy, wast (avoidance) and recycling concept, the sanitary facilities and the catering offer are also designed under the premise of limited resources.

11:30 am - 11:45 am



Coffee Break & Networking

11:45 am- 12:15 pm


© Maximilian Helm

Culture for Future? Potentials of sustainable cultural administration
City Office for Culture and Monument Protection Dresden
Dr. David Klein, Head of the Cultural Office and
Juliane Moschell, Head of the Department of Art and Culture
Since 2018, the Dresden Office for Culture and Monument Protection has been intensively engaged with sustainability in the cultural sector as a holistic issue with the three dimensions: Ecology, Economy and Social. After a symposium and the resolution of the Cultural Development Plan 2020 to 2030, the process "Culture for Future" began, in which, together with experts from sustainability management, custom-fit strategies and measures for a cultural change in the structures of various cultural institutions are being developed. The lecture offers an overview of the specific results of the process

12:15 pm - 12:30 pm



Coffee Break & Networking

12:30 pm - 1 pm



Discussion with all Speakers

1 pm - 2 pm



Lunch Break


2 pm - 3.30 pm





Subject to change.
A transfer to the other topic forums are possible during breaks.


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