The knowledge session is the first module of the IPPC sequence.
It is designed to allow the participants to understand the general framework of the referential through a reverse-learning process.
This workshop aims to
- Introduce participants to the IPPC reports and their significance within the cultural sector
- Explore how artistic and cultural organisations can use the data provided for their missions.
- Discuss the impact of artistic practices in addressing the reports guidelines.
- Highlight examples of how cultural products can contribute to positive change
During the first part of the workshop, participants are presented with a short 10’ video about SDGS and its examples on their role and importance within cultural sector in three levels:
Artistic/cultural organisations’ missions
Impact of the artistic products created
After, 30 minutes are dedicated to reflections, based on their own experience in their artistic organisations
MISSION: Is there something in the mission of an artistic group related to the SDGs?
IMPACT: How do we measure the impact of work related to the SDGs?
ACT: What do we do in our practices towards a more sustainable future?
CHALLENGES: What do we do in our practices towards a more sustainable future
Draw the IPPC (13')
Discover and learn about the IPCC with the Consol Theater team: Eva Hausberg, Eva Klaka, Lars Detke, Georg Kentrup et Rosanna Frütshe