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July 16th, 2015
“As Grexit becomes more distant, the Forum d’Avignon is concerned about a possible authorxit.”
By Laure Kaltenbach and Olivier Le Guay, L’Usine Digitale, 10
of July, 2015.
After the vote by the European Parliament on the Reda report Thursday, July 9
, two directors of the Forum d’Avignon fear of how it continues to oppose the rights of the public, artists and creators against each other. Far from being satisfied by the final report, the two signatories of this op-ed are worried about a single market that would in the benefit only the de-territorialized platforms.
Read the article
"The European creative economy did not invent a tax policy yet " by Clara-Doïna Schmelck
"Summer festivals 2015 : open-air cultural ecosystems" by Olivier Le Guay
, Huffington Post, 06/07/2015.
THIS WEEK’S CULTURAL START-UP: URBACOLORS
Next-up on our online cultural entrepreneur series, the Forum d’Avignon would like to introduce Urbacolors: a social media website dedicated to help the world discover Street Art.
This summer more than ever, support the Forum d’Avignon, for culture to be at the heart of the citizens and politicians’ preoccupations!
Support the Forum d’Avignon by making a donation
At Arles, photography free from data
Orange.fr, the Photographers’ Gallery Blog, CLIC France and l’Oeil de la Photographie.
DRAWING OF THE WEEK
"Welcome in Avignon!" by Pascal Gros for the Forum d'Avignon in collaboration with Cartooning for Peace (2015).
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