Final EAP-Conference in Marseille 29 June - 1 July

In occasion of the ending of its summer school program the European Academy of Participation will host a conference in Marseille about participatory and socially committed art. Guest speakers will be the Swiss author/director Stefan Kaegi (Rimini Protokoll) and the American-Dominican artist and activist Diana Arce.             

The conference will be held in english.

Dates: The conference starts the 29/06/2018 at 4:00 p.m. and ends on the 01/07/2018 at 2:00 p.m.         
Venue: Petit Théâtre at La Friche la Belle de Mai, 41 Rue Jobin, 13003 Marseille

If you would like to attend, please send an E-Mail the following address: MAR-Culture1[at]Lyon.goethe.org 

Information about the guest speakers:

Stefan KaegiRimini Protokoll                                                                           
Stefan Kaegi stages documentary plays, radioplays and productions in urban space. For his project Remote X he is currently writing site-specific audio guides for an increasing number of cities all around the world. Since 2000 he cooperates with Helgard Kim Haug and Daniel Wetzel under the label Rimini Protokoll. Having gained international notoriety with works like Raubkopie (2002), the author/director team has already been awarded many awards, including the Silver Lion of the Biennale of Venice.

Diana Arce
Diana Arce is an activist, artist and researcher creating participatory and community engaged work that impacts participants and audiences to bring about positive societal change. Her project White Guilt Clean Up (Since 2015), is about dismantling white privilege and supremacy via providing online and offline services to individuals and groups. She is also the creator and founder of both Politaoke (Since 2007), the nonpartisan political speech karaoke bar and Artists Without a Cause, a non-profit that develops collaborations between activist-artists and social justice groups.