Practitioners experiences in the traditional arts economy
9. juni 2022 kl. 14:00 - 17:00Legg arrangementet i min kalender
The Sami Parliament and Arts Council Norway
Recording of the webinar
Report / written summary from the webinar
- 14.00–14.10: Welcome and introduction by the Sami Parliament.
- 14.10–14.30: Solveig Ballo, Sapmi Naeringshage/Sapmi business cluster, Norway: Practitioners strategies in the arts economy.
- 14.30–14:50: Kirstine Moller, Greenland National Museum and Archive, Greenland: The role of institutions in arts economy. Between museums and practitioners.
- 15:00–15.20: Pia Nuorgam, legal advisor/legal expert, Finland: How do practitioners use right based approach to protect and promote their work in the traditional arts economy? Building on the IMKÁS-project (Immateriála kultururárbi Sámis).
- 15:20–16.15: Panel discussion that provides an opportunity for Indigenous practitioners to reflect on their experiences engaging with the traditional arts economy. Panelists will discuss effective strategies and identify challenges, whether for supporting livelihoods or safeguarding Indigenous culture. Panelists: Lou Ann Neel from Canada, Ella Marie Hætta Isaksen from Norway, Jerker Bexelius and Anne Sofie Kallok from Sweden. Moderator: Marit Myrvoll, Norway.
- 16:15–16:30: Silja Somby, Sami Parliamant in Norway, sums up the panel discussion with references to the IMKÁS project.
- 16:30–16.45: Arts Council Norway: Thank you for attending and information on future activites related to this topic.
The webinar was a contribution to the Arctic Arts Summit 2022 and brought together representatives of Arctic countries and the Indigenous Nations of the Circumpolar region. The Arctic Arts Summit serve to strengthen arts and culture in the North and develop circumpolar cooperation to stimulate collaboration in arts and creative industries.
The webinar was also a contribution to the project LIVIND – Creative and living cultural heritage as a resource for the Northern Dimension region. LIVIND concentrates on recognising the practical ways living heritage can advantage tourism, services and several other practices in sustainable ways which includes the Nordic autonomous regions and the Saami area.