Thursday, 1 October, 1998
Policy scenarios and perspectives
Afternoon Plenary contributions
  • Transformation of work culture  
  • Infrastructural developments and technical innovations from a societal perspective / civil rights and ICT 
  • Copyright & culture: description of current policy stands  
  • Siting and culture: fact and fiction
  • Investment in culture in view of employment policies
  • ”Economy of attention”  
  • New technologies and the media changing the concept of public space: what does ”access to culture” mean today? 
  • Possibilities for culture/art organisations, artists and culture researchers to participate in European programmes  
  • Media competence in connection with culture, education, science,economy, administration and politics a new and broader definition of culture