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Europe and the World of Images. What future for European arts and movies?

 

Among the various strands of discussion during the working luncheon session on the future of European arts and movies, discussions centred around the question of the suitability of the term "European" in relation to culture and arts. One participant stated that an artist can in fact only work on two levels, namely on the individual and on the universal one, but not on one on which delimitations, be they national or European, are imposed. Accordingly, participants were divided over the necessity of a common European cultural policy, but they generally agreed that artists need in any case to be granted ample opportunity to express themselves freely. The European Union as it is now, however, it was felt, does not grant enough space to arts and culture, which lose out in comparison to the economic dimension of the Union.

 

-Summary by Carine Rippinger

Datum: 27.02.2006