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On October 28th,  Asim Murat Okur (Director of Haymatlos Music Collective) organized an online workshop to discuss the relations between sustainable development and artistic practices.

Here you can read some important elicitations:

-Relationship between culture and development has changed over the last three decades. Current development dynamics increasingly demand that cities be built with and by the people and in this context culture should be considered a factor in human development.

-Artists and art organizations should provide innovative and creative recommendations in the field of culture to ensure sustainability of society and integration of people via policies for participation, mobility, resilience and cohesion.

The capacity of artistic languages to integrate, communicate, raise awareness and express affords huge potential for social development.

-Artistic practices allow us to act in physical and non-physical spaces, they generate interaction and interlocution with the public space and can contribute to social cohesion.

-Artistic practices enable means and languages of expression that open spaces of negotiation, consensus or social dialogue on any issue.

-The creation, signification and re-signification based on artistic processes in and with the community become collective processes and they gives way to social cohesion and resilience.

-These practices play an increasingly important role as mediators in awareness-raising processes and examples of such processes include National System of Orchestras and Youth and Children’s Choirs of Venezuela; National Music Plan for Coexistence in Colombia, and at local level it is worth highlighting the Arts Training Networks of the City Council of Medellin, which includes a Music Schools Network and networks for dance, theatre, visual arts and reading, and libraries.

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On October 28th,  Asim Murat Okur (Director of Haymatlos Music Collective) organized an online workshop to discuss the relations between sustainable development and artistic practices.

Here you can read some important elicitations:

-Relationship between culture and development has changed over the last three decades. Current development dynamics increasingly demand that cities be built with and by the people and in this context culture should be considered a factor in human development.

-Artists and art organizations should provide innovative and creative recommendations in the field of culture to ensure sustainability of society and integration of people via policies for participation, mobility, resilience and cohesion.

The capacity of artistic languages to integrate, communicate, raise awareness and express affords huge potential for social development.

-Artistic practices allow us to act in physical and non-physical spaces, they generate interaction and interlocution with the public space and can contribute to social cohesion.

-Artistic practices enable means and languages of expression that open spaces of negotiation, consensus or social dialogue on any issue.

-The creation, signification and re-signification based on artistic processes in and with the community become collective processes and they gives way to social cohesion and resilience.

-These practices play an increasingly important role as mediators in awareness-raising processes and examples of such processes include National System of Orchestras and Youth and Children’s Choirs of Venezuela; National Music Plan for Coexistence in Colombia, and at local level it is worth highlighting the Arts Training Networks of the City Council of Medellin, which includes a Music Schools Network and networks for dance, theatre, visual arts and reading, and libraries.

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