Eco-Art, a path toward possible sustainability in the culture sector

Cuba
Quand
2016
Qui
CIERIC, UNEAC, Martin Luther King Memorial Centre
Objectifs clefs de la mesure:

Contribute to show that culture covers all the process of human activity; that it expresses humanity’s degree of development and is able to create goods and services which result in the activation of the economy of human groups and territories; and is associated with the capacities, values and relations that improve the quality of life of human beings.  

Périmètre de la mesure:
National
Nature de la mesure:
financial, institutional
Principale caractéristique de la mesure:

The project expresses the will of Cuban institutions to boost participative proposals which favour the capacity-building of cultural actors for their proactive contribution to the transformations and changes that take place in Cuban society, enhancing the role of culture and its possibilities to promote sustainable management focusing on the economic dimension.

For this purpose, it implements capacity-building processes, spaces for exchange, experiments with sustainability guidelines focusing on the economic dimension. The project is aimed at generating new models of sustainable development based on four cultural initiatives with consolidated results which provide points of reference and methodological guidelines that can be replicated in the country’s current context. It enables the dialogue of a wide range of actors and articulates their practices. It systematises the process visualising potentialities and obstacles, and uses audiovisual means to stimulate proactive participation. 

The four initiatives are:

  1. UNEAC silkscreen workshop coordinated by artist and Visual Arts President Lesbia Vent Dumois.
  2. Image III Project coordinated by visual artist Cecilio Avilé Montalbo.
  3. Yeti Artistic Community Project coordinated by visual artist Agustín Villafaña.
  4. , audiovisual production company of the Martin Luther King Memorial Centre.  
Résultats attendus de la mise en œuvre de la mesure:

Economic management proposals have been made for the participating initiatives.

Artists and creators have been trained in the management of economically sustainable projects.

Increases artistic creation.

Ressources financières allouées à la mise en œuvre de la mesure:

N/A

Principales conclusions de la mise en oeuvre de la mesure:

The Project has favoured the preparation of local cultural actors and their active role in the transformation of the community focusing on the role of culture.

Indicateurs utilisés pour déterminer l’impact:
Number of projects submitted
Objectif(s) de la Convention 2005 de l'UNESCO
Domaines culturels
Multi-domaines