Internationale Fachkonferenz 2022: Creative Ways into Desirable Futures
10. November 2022, 10:00 - 12:45
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- 10. November 2022
- Zeit:10:00 - 12:45
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Internationale Fachkonferenz 2022: Creative Ways into Desirable Futures
Gerade jetzt, in Zeiten sich überlagernder Krisen, braucht es Zukunftsbilder, die neue Perspektiven eröffnen, und Menschen, die konkrete Lösungen für aktuelle Herausforderungen entwickeln. Was kann die Kultur- und Kreativwirtschaft dazu beitragen, um wünschenswerte Zukünfte in die Realität zu bringen?
Auf der Internationalen Fachkonferenz am 10. November stellen Expert*innen der Branche aus Wissenschaft und Praxis von 10:00 – 12:45 Uhr ihre konkreten Ideen dazu vor. Der Kongress findet digital statt und wird online im Livestream übertragen.
Wie können sich Unternehmen nachhaltiger aufstellen? Welche neue Ausbildungsformen braucht es, um Fachkräfte für die Herausforderungen von morgen zu wappnen? Wie gelingt es, unternehmerische Ideale authentisch zu vermitteln? Diese und weitere Fragen werden von zahlreichen spannenden Gästen in unterschiedlichen Diskussionsformaten aufgegriffen.
Im Anschluss: Workshop „Zukunftsmethoden für den Arbeitskontext“:
Ab 12:55 Uhr bieten wir einen digitalen einstündigen Workshop in deutscher Sprache mit Katrina Günther (Futures Probes, SRH Hochschule) an, in dem innovative Zukunftsmethoden vorgestellt werden, die sich in Ihren Arbeitsalltag integrieren lassen. Sie möchten daran teilnehmen? Dann wählen Sie unten in der allgemeinen Anmeldung zum Kongress auf das entsprechende Kästchen aus.
Die Internationale Fachkonferenz 2022 findet digital statt und wird auf Englisch und Deutsch online im Livestream übertragen. Die Veranstaltung wird in Deutsche Gebärdensprache übersetzt.
Especially now, in times of overlapping crises, we need ideas about the future that open up new perspectives, and people who develop concrete solutions for current challenges. What can the creative sector contribute to turn desirable futures into reality?
On 10 November, experts of the creative sector, from science and practice, will present their ideas at our conference from 10:00 AM – 12:45 PM. The event takes place digitally and will be livestreamed.
How can companies become more sustainable? What new education forms are required to prepare our society for the challenges of tomorrow? How can entrepreneurial ideals be communicated authentically? These and other questions will be addressed by numerous inspiring guests in various discussion formats.
Afterwards: Workshop „Future methods for the work context“:
Starting at 12:55 PM, we offer a digital one-hour workshop in German with Katrina Günther (Futures Probes, SRH University of Applied Sciences), presenting innovative future methods that can be integrated into your everyday work. Would you like to take part? Then tick the appropriate box below in the general registration for the congress.
The conference takes place digitally and will be livestreamed online in English and German. The event will be translated into German sign language.
Fernanda Parente (she/her)
Co-Founder, Rosy DX
Fernanda Parente is a curator, entrepreneur and lecturer in the fields of art, culture & technology. She is interested in the power of immersive content and in innovative ways of artistic production and audience engagement. Fernanda has previously curated for the film and technology festival Digital Biscuit, re:publica, Future Affairs, Martin Roth Symposium, Goethe Institute, 48hrs Neukölln among others. Since 2018, she has been lecturing on topics such as Extended Realities and Speculative Futures at universities such as Hochschule für Medien, Kommunikation und Wirtschaft (Berlin-DE), Institut HyperWerk (Basel-CH) and Universität für angewandte Kunst (Vienna-AT). In 2019, she co-founded the studio for digitality Rosy DX, which operates in Berlin and Düsseldorf.
10:00 AM Wilkommensworte / Words of Welcome
Michael Kellner (he/him)
Parliamentary State Secretary, Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action & Contact Person of the Federal Government for the Cultural and Creative Industries
Michael Kellner is Parliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action since 2021. In this capacity, he is also the Commissioner for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises. Further he is the Contact Person of the Federal Government for the Cultural and Creative Industries.
Olaf Arndt (he/him)
Head of Research, Kompetenzzentrum Kultur- und Kreativwirtschaft des Bundes
Olaf Arndt is Vice Director and Division Head „City and Region“ at Prognos AG. Since 2020, he is Head of „Analysis & Trends“ at the Federal Government’s Centre of Excellencefor the Cultural andCreative Industries. He is co-author of the impact analyses for the cultural and creative industries in the context of the Corona pandemic and analyses market developments, potentials and needs for action in the sector. He has also led numerous creative reports at state, regional and local levels. He wants to contribute to the cultural and creative industries using creative methods to find solutions to key issues for the future. The innovative power of the cultural and creative industries must be made tangible.
10:20 AM Keynote: Co-creating Desirable Futures
Dr. Ali Aslan Gümüsay (he/him)
Head of Research Group Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Society at Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society | Researcher, University of Hamburg
Ali Aslan Gümüsay is head of research group “Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Society” at the Humboldt Institute for Internet & Society Berlin. His work focuses on (1) values, meaning and hybridity in entrepreneurship, (2) grand challenges, sustainability and new forms of organizing, (3) digitalization, management and innovation as well as (4) impact, scholarship and futures. Dr. Gümüsay received his doctorate from the University of Oxford, where he also worked as a Lecturer in Management at Magdalen College, University of Oxford. Before his DPhil, he was a consultant with the Boston Consulting Group. Currently, he is a Visiting Research Fellow at Judge Business School, University of Cambridge.
10:50 AM Unternehmer*innentum trifft Wissenschaft: Drei Dialoge zu wünschswerten Zukünften und wie Kreativschaffende diese mitgestalten könnnen / Entrepreneurship Meets Science : Three Dialogues on Desirable Futures and How Creatives Can Shape Them
#1 Vertrauenswürdige Berichterstattung / Trustworthy Media Coverage
Galyna Petrenko (she/her)
Director, NGO Detector Media
Galyna Petrenko is a director of one of the leading Ukrainian media NGOs called Detector Media, an online outlet and expert centre which has been analyzing developments in the Ukrainian media sector for over 20 years. Ms. Petrenko previously worked as editor-in-chief of the Detector Media website, deputy editor-in-chief of the Telekrytyka and the Marketing Media Review outlets, editor-in-chief of the New Marketing magazine in Ukraine and Russia. Currently, she also serves as a Member of the Public Council at the Committee of the Verkhovna Rada (Ukraine’s Parliament) on Freedom of Speech, the Ukrainian Film Academy and the Independent Media Council. She co-authored several researches on countering disinformation, draft law on election campaigning and countering hidden advertising, policy roadmaps on reforming political advertising and countering internet piracy.
Anna Zhukovets (she/her)
Director & Journalist, DIE ZEIT & WELT
Anna Zhukovets was born in 1997 in Mariupol (Eastern Ukraine) and moved to Germany in 2002 as a contingent refugee. After her high school graduation with focus on music, she has lived in Paris for two years. She has been studying documentary film directing and television journalism at HFF Munich since 2018. Anna is committed to making Eastern European identities visible. In 2022 she moves to Berlin and works in the investigative department of ZEIT and WELT. She realizes her first photo exhibition in cooperation with Gallerie pavlov’s dog and works for ARTE „Tracks East“ as guest writer, host and editor. For her first directorial work IM GLASHAUS Anna wins several audience and jury awards. With THE DOOR OF RETURN she receives the German Young Filmmakers Award 2021. In 2022 she travels to Ukraine and shoots two film projects about men’s realities in war and Mariupol.
Prof. Dr. Marlis Prinzing (she/her)
Professor of Journalism, Macromedia University of Applied Sciences in Cologne
Dr. Marlis Prinzing is Professor of Journalism at the Macromedia University of Applied Sciences in Cologne and Co-President of the Association for Public Communication Studies. Her current focus is on media and digital ethics, journalism, media innovation and digital media society. She is a media critic and experienced media consultant. She is also interested in higher education policy and media policy. She studied history, political science and mathematics in Regensburg and Tübingen, worked as a full-time journalist for 15 years and was project manager of the European Journalism Observatory in Lugano. She is an author and columnist and currently also teaches at the universities of Fribourg, Mainz and Zurich.
#2 Wirklich nachhaltiges Unternehmer*innentum / Truly Sustainable Entrepreneurship
Roos Bernson (she/her)
Tour Guide, De Ceuvel
Roos Bernson is an urban sociologist interested in the earth and the many creatures that walk/swim/run/crawl it, trying to make sense through word and image. Next to her job as a project manager in the City of Amsterdam’s Poverty Reduction department, she is a singer-songwriter and tour guide at De Ceuvel, a circular tech playground in Amsterdam. Sustainability is a theme fundamental to everything Roos does, as is the power of the people. According to Roos, transitions into a desirable future should first and foremost be social and just. Unfortunately, headspace to philosophize about a sustainable, desirable future is not accessible to all. Music and word, to Roos, are means to connect to the thousands of stories that make up this world and its people. To bring creativity and intuition to the complex task humanity faces: what do we want our future to look like?
Dr. Jill A. Küberling-Jost (she/her)
Lecturer for Strategic Marketing, Corporate Governance and Business Ethics, Berlin University of
Applied Science (SRH)
Dr. Jill Küberling-Jost offers with Antheas. sustainable as well as climate-effective corporate positioning for impact-oriented growth. She brings her expertise in strategic sustainability management from relevant professional experience as well as extensive knowledge from her active career in academia. As an advisor and mentor, she supports (pre-)seed/early stage startups to move into impact-oriented growth. As a Research Fellow, she conducts research with a focus on sustainability management and circular economy at Leuphana University Lüneburg and Hamburg University of Technology. Jill Küberling-Jost is author of various publications in high-ranked inter-/national journals and teaches at various universities in the fields of management and entrepreneurship with a focus on sustainability.
#3 Innovative Ausbildungsformate für die Fachkräfte von morgen / Innovative Education Formats for Skilled Workers of Tomorrow
Melanie Iredale (she/her)
Director, Birds’ Eye View
Melanie Iredale is a film curator and agitator. Melanie was recently appointed as Director of Birds’ Eye View – a UK-wide charity with a mission to champion women & non-binary-led films, to build a community for them through its #ReclaimTheFrame project, and to advocate for equity in all film spaces. Prior to this, Melanie was Deputy Director at Sheffield DocFest 2014-2021, leading on the development of its arts/interactive programme and co-programmer of its Rhyme & Rhythm strand, and before that served as Director of Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival 2009-2014, commissioning moving image art and performances that went on to win awards at International Film Festival Rotterdam and beyond. Melanie has served on several juries including Nordisk Panorama in Sweden, ZagrebDox in Croatia, and Colombo International Women’s Film Festival in Sri Lanka. She is a proud Exec Producer of Harri Shanahan and Siân A. Williams’ archive documentary Rebel Dykes, which has brought the queer, ally, and activist communities together at over 50+ festivals around the world.
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Dr Anna Luise Kiss (she/her)
President, Ernst Busch University of Performing Arts Berlin
Dr Anna Luise Kiss is a media scholar and has been President of the Ernst Busch University of Performing Arts Berlin since 2021. Previously, she led the BMBF-funded research project „The Cinematic Face of Cities“ at the Film University Babelsberg Konrad Wolf and served as Vice President for Research & Transfer for the Film University. She had already been working as an actress for several years when she began studying cultural studies. This was followed by a degree in media studies, teaching as an academic assistant and a doctorate. Her research focuses on theories of acting, artists‘ biographies, film history and cultural artefact structures in urban space. She is particularly interested in the design of heterogeneity-oriented academic structures, the removal of classism in artistic training contexts and new approaches to the management of universities of the arts.
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11:45 PM Break / Pause
11:55 AM Panel: Welche Fähigkeiten haben und brauchen Kultur- und Kreativschaffende, um wünschenswerte Zukünfte mitzugestalten? / What Skills Do Cultural and Creative Entrepreneurs Have and Need to Gain, to Shape Outcomes Towards Desirable Futures?
Jens Badura (he/him)
Philosopher & Cultural Manager, Zurich University of the Arts
Jens Badura is a philosopher and cultural manager. He teaches at the Zurich University of the Arts and conducts research at the Zurich Centre for Creative Economies. His main areas of work include the question of the role of artistic modes of thought and procedure in the context of Creative Economies as well as the significance of aesthetics for a socio-ecological transformation in accordance with the SDGs. Jens is a member of the expert network of the Centre of Competence for Cultural and Creative Industries.
Bernd Fesel (he/him)
Interim Chief Executive Officer, EIT Culture & Creativity
Mr. Fesel has experience in the Cultural and Creative Sectors and Industries (CCSI) for over 30 years and is currently the Interim Chief Executive Officer of the newly founded EIT Culture & Creativity.
Prior to this role Bernd has been the director of the European Creative Business Network (ECBN). Before that, he was a serial entrepreneur within the CCSI sector, held the role of vice director of the European Capital of Culture in the Ruhr Region and was senior advisor to the legacy institute of RUHR.2010 until 2018: the european centre for creative economy in Dortmund. He also played a key role in EU initiatives such as JRC-Creative City Monitor, Voices for Culture program and ENCATC. Since 1990 Bernd is founder of startups, architect of novel public organisations, inspirator for programs and policies for CCSI, friend and connector of acclaimed artists as well as influencer and publisher.
Ingrid LaFleur (she/her)
Founder, The Afrofuture Strategies Institute
Ingrid LaFleur is an afrofuture strategist, curator, and pleasure activist focused on creating equitable futures using art, culture and emerging technology. As a former candidate for the mayor of Detroit, LaFleur has made it her mission to ensure equal distribution of the future. She works with communities to imagine alternative futures and the digital solutions to address their socio-economic issues. She also co-creates strategies to help preferred futures emerge. LaFleur believes the best tech developed is culturally-informed and community-driven. As a thought leader, LaFleur has led conversations and workshops at Centre Pompidou (Paris), TEDxBrooklyn, TEDxDetroit, Harvard University, Oxford University, and Museum of Modern Art (New York) among others. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, NPR’s This American Life, and Hyperallergic to name a few. LaFleur is a member of the Association of Professional Futurists.
12:40 PM Schlussrunde & Ende des Livestreams / Closing Round & End of Livestream
12:45 PM Break / Pause
12:55 – 13:55 PM Workshop: Zukunftsmethoden für den Arbeitskontext / Future Methods for the Working Context (digital)
Katrina Günther (she/her)
Futures Scientist & Designer
Katrina Günther is a co-founder of the futures studies collective Futures Probes, a freelance illustrator and graphic recorder, as well as a lecturer in Futures Studies and Visual Thinking at the SRH University of Applied Sciences for Communication and Design. After studying Communication Design (B.A.), Katrina Günther completed a Design Thinking training. Enthusiastic about creative innovation processes and the role of design in them, she worked as a designer and project manager at the Hasso Plattner Institute and later as a creative director at Ellery Studio. To gain a deeper insight into the development of change, she studied Futures Studies at the Free University of Berlin (M.A.) until 2019 and has since integrated her activities into the field. Her thesis „Visual Thinking in Futures Studies“ was published by the LIT publishing house.
Julia Bünger (they/them)
I’m Julia, an antidiscrimation consultant for the collective DisCheck. My expertise lies within anti-racism, especially anti-indigenous racism, ableism, saneism and fathostility. For the event my job as the awareness person will be to make sure that a space is created which is discrimination sensitive and critical, which also means that i will intervene should discrimination take place. Furthermore i will be your confidant if you need or want someone to talk to or pass criticism onto regarding the event or other attendees. I want to support you and make you feel comfortable before, during and after the event, so please feel free to contact me anytime if you need or want anything