Group 2 of the Session 19-20

A common is defined by the existence of a community making a collective use of a resource according to collaborative and adaptive rules, and by setting up a shared control, with a social dimension in the principles of accessibility to this resource. They concern both spontaneous cultural initiatives based on the investment of neglected places (potentialities and limits of transitory urbanism and alternative cultural places), but also the movements of digital commons (use of open data, shared knowledge space, participatory science and culture, etc.).

What can be the cooperation between public cultural policies, cultural institutions and often informal projects developed around cultural commons? How can we accompany them without institutionalizing them?

REFERENT : Marc DROUET, Regional Director of Cultural Affairs Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes

Group members :

  • Catherine DUPRAZ, Deputy Director General, in charge of culture Communauté d'agglomération Grand Paris Sud-Seine-Essonne-Sénart
  • Emmanuel PÉNICAUT, Deputy Director of the Media Library of Architecture and Heritage
  • Jérôme POULAIN, Ministerial Correspondent for Sustainable Public Services
  • Selma TOPRAK, Director of the public interest group Normandy Impressionist
  • Marie WOZNIAK, Director of the École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Grenoble

Synthèse du Groupe 2 de la Session 19-20 du CHEC - Les Communs culturels.pdf

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How can public cultural actors guarantee and accompany the creation of cultural commons?

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