Cultural Production in an International Environment



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Synopsis of the Project

The project Cultural Produciton in an International Environment took place between October 2001 and December 2004. The main fields of study are the production and conceptualization of cultural activities in an international or multi-cultural setting. One of the objectives of this project was to encourage the exchange of students, teachers and administrative staff from the 6 partners involved in Europe and Canada.

Our project aimed to create a common module of Cultural Production Studies between the institutions in the consortium. This module of 10 ECTS (Europe) or 6 credits (Canada) were implemented in January 2003.

The common module is part of a transatlantic project: students chose the module either in their home-institute or in a parter institute during an exchange study program.

The main topics included:
- Cultural Production in an International and Multicultural Context;
- Cultural Traditions and Transmissions;
- Production of Performances;
- Semiotics and Event Design;
- Creativity in Native Cultures in Canada.


In this student-centered, interactively planned module the local study groups used video-conferencing and Internet education software for constant contact.

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