藝術的循環:機構中的教育與行政─2017台灣藝術村聯盟年會

活動時間:2017-07-01(六) 09:30 ~ 18:00
活動地點:臺北市立美術館,B1視聽室(臺北市中山區中山北路三段181號)

文化與藝術產業在當代社會發展的循環,起於技術,資金,人才共同投入發想,生產並完成作品或產生創意計畫之後,經過仲介,經紀,策展和行銷等方式,將成果呈現在鑑賞者的面前並引導消費,再讓消費回到生產端,讓文化與藝術得以永續發展。為了讓藝術能夠永續循環,須透過藝術教育培養人才,增進全民藝術涵養,美感素養與創意能力,充實國民精神生活,提升文化水準;但在當代社會中,藝術教育的地位卻與其價值不成比例,舉凡學科上藝術教育的年級比重,教育時數,經費資源都呈現遞減的狀態,全民在視覺,表演,音像的美感鑑賞力也普遍不足。藝術教育在培養鑑賞力之外,也在培養人才,而今發展成為專門的「藝術行政與管理」領域。藝術行政與管理人才是文化與藝術產業的推手,肩負起仲介,經紀,策展和行銷等角色,搭起創作者與鑑賞者之間的橋樑,讓文化與藝術成為社會的共通語言。然而,在藝術教育式微,鑑賞力低落的社會環境之下,人才的培養也成為嚴峻的考驗。如何打破藝術的循環產生停滯的困境,我們相信唯有從藝術教育著手,提升全民的美感鑑賞力,培養更多藝術欣賞人口,同時,健全產業體質,吸引更多藝術創作與藝術行政與管理人才的投入,打破停滯,讓文化與藝術產業得以永續發展,才能夠期待台灣的藝術環境得以日益健全,締造一個真正理想的文化社會環境。台灣藝術村聯盟年會自2015年年由台北國際藝術村發起舉辦,從「以藝術村作為方法」討論藝術進駐機構的角色,到「藝術行動:節慶與地方振興」探討藝術,社區,節慶與地方發展的關聯性,尋求資源永續的藝術經驗,同時也透過年會正式成立了「台灣藝文空間連線」,一個以藝術進駐計劃,藝術人才培育,國際文化事務推廣,文化空間政策諫進,文資管理等做為主要推展目標的聯盟,作為組織藝術村間的橫向運作平台。2017年台灣藝文空間連線與台北國際藝術村首度合作,以「藝術的循環」為題,邀請法國龐畢度中心文化發展部總監凱特琳‧威爾(Kathryn Weir),泰國曼谷藝術文化中心總監盧卡娜‧庫娜維嘉儂(Luckana Kunavichayanont),荷蘭文化總會國際發展總監瑪莉‧佛爾(Marie Fol),歐洲On The Move移動網秘書長瑪莉‧勒素(Marie Le Sourd )與菲律賓大學瓦爾加斯博物館策展人派翠克‧弗洛雷斯(Patrick D. Flores)等講者進行專題演講,亦邀各國的專業藝術經理人,研究者和決策者共同探討藝文環境在當代社會的停滯問題,並試著從教育,管理和政策面著手,共同找出解決的可能性。

時間表議程
09:30-10:00報到
10:00-10:15開幕式
10:15-11:15專題演講一:「集體智慧與批判性教育」講者:凱特琳·威爾(法國龐畢度中心文化發展部總監)
11:15-12:15專題演講二:「以學院博術館作為實驗與教育基地」講者:派翠克·弗洛雷斯(菲律賓大學瓦爾加斯博物館策展人)
12:15-14:00中場休息
14:00-15:00專題演講三:「談曼谷藝文教育推廣的替代模式」講者:盧卡娜·庫娜維嘉儂(曼谷藝術文化中心總監)
15:00-16:30專題演講四:「藝術網絡中的發展與培力」講者:瑪莉·佛爾(荷蘭文化總會國際發展總監)、          瑪莉·勒素(歐洲On the move移動網秘書長)
16:30-17:00中場休息
17:00-18:00綜合討論(全部講者及與談人)主持:吳達坤(台灣藝文空間連線TASA協會理事長)
18:00-論壇結束

主辦單位:台北市文化局、財團法人台北市文化基金會

指導單位:文化部

協辦單位:臺北市立美術館

策劃執行:財團法人台北市文化基金會藝術村營運部、台灣藝文空間連線TASA協會

贊助單位:東稻家居、沛綠雅

指定住宿:喜來登

Art Cycle: Education and Administration of Art Institution─

2017 Annual Conference for the Artist Village Alliance of Taiwan

The arts and cultural industry in our contemporary society operates on a mechanism of collective creativity, original production, and thoughtful planning complemented by technology, capital, and talent. Through ways of curating, marketing, and brokerage, the final work is then presented for viewing and consumption, driving the production back to the hands of art practitioners, forming a sustainable cycle in the arts.

To create a sustainable environment for the arts, we need to educate the public on aesthetics and creativity. New talents can be cultivated through art education, and so can appreciation for culture and spirituality in life. Our society, however, underestimates the value of education in the arts. Less and less hours, resources, and funding are dedicated to art courses in institutions, resulting in the general public’s inability to understand and critique visual, performing, and sound art.

Art education can heighten appreciation for the arts and give rise to promising professionals. The field of Arts Management and Administration is no exception. Professionals in arts management and administration are the driving force of our creative industry. They take on intermediary, curatorial, and marketing tasks and connect artists with the audience through cultural and artistic practices. In a society that shows low appreciation for the arts and art education, however, recruiting committed administrative professionals has become a difficult challenge.

We believe that art education is the key to ensure a healthier and more holistic environment for the arts. A public that appreciates art as well as a supportive system can attract more art practitioners and administrators to be involved, allowing the industry to thrive in a more sustainable way and, by extension, building a more ideal society.

The Annual Conference for the Artist Village Alliance of Taiwan was initiated by Taipei Artist Village in 2015. The themes for the past conferences are Artist in Residence as a Method and Art Action: Festival and Community Revitalization, respectively examining the role of artist-in-residence (AIR) sites and the connections between the arts, communities, festivals, and community development. Taiwan Art Space Alliance (TASA) was born out of these conferences. It is an AIR platform that aims to promote art residencies, art education, international cultural exchange, cultural policymaking, and cultural archiving.

In 2017, TASA collaborates with Taipei Artist Village for the first time in organizing the annual conference, Art Cycle: Education and Administration of Art Institution. Keynote speakers include Kathryn Weir, director of the Department of Cultural Development, Centre Pompidou, Luckana Kunavichayanont, director of Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, Marie Fol, head of Mobility & Advice DutchCulture, Marie Le Sourd, secretary general of the Europe-based cultural network On the Move, and Patrick D. Flores, curator for the Vargas Museum in the Philippines. In addition, professional art managers, researchers, and policymakers from around the world are invited to the conference to talk about issues in the arts and brainstorm on potential educational, administrative, and policy-related solutions to the challenges we face.

TimeAgenda
09:30-10:00Registration
10:00-10:30Opening Remarks
10:30-11:30Keynote Speech 1:Collective Intelligence and Critical PedagogySpeaker:Kathryn WEIR (Director of the Department of Cultural Development, the Centre Pompidou)
11:30-12:30Keynote Speech 2:Embedded but Emergent: The University Museum as Site of Experiment and PedagogySpeaker:Patrick D. FLORES (Curator of the Vargas Museum)
12:30-14:00Intermission
14:00-15:00Keynote Speech 3:BACC as an Alternative Model of Bangkok Metropolitan Administration’s Art and Cultural Promotion and EducationSpeaker:Luckana KUNAVICHAYANONT (Director of Bangkok Art and Culture Centre)
15:00-16:30Keynote Speech 4:Networking Art: the Development and Incubation of Art Environment in MobilitySpeakers:Marie Fol (Head of Mobility & Advice  DutchCulture, Centre for International Cooperation)Marie Le Sourd (Secretary General of On the Move)
16:30-17:00Intermission
17:00-18:00Panel Discussion (all speakers and moderators)Moderator: WU Dar-Kuen (Chairman of TASA)
18:00-End

Supervisor: Ministry of Culture of the Republic of China (Taiwan)

Organizer: Taipei City Department of Cultural Affair, Taipei Culture Foundation

Co-Organizer: Taipei Fine Arts Museum

Executive: Taipei|Treasure Hill Artist Village, Taiwan Art Space Alliance

Sponsor: H & D, Perrier

Hotel Partner: Sheraton Grand Taipei Hotel