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Monday, May 30 • 12:00 - 13:00
Breakout session: What's next for public art?

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New technologies, environmental concerns, shifts in cultural consumption, and of course a global pandemic – like many others, the public arts sector must deal with substantial disrupting factors that are forcing its actors to reinvent practices and business models. In this session, a panel of practitioners discuss these changes and their implications for the future of public art, using practical examples to illustrate global trends.

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Michael Woodsmall

michael@why-site.com, WHY

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Eloi Beauchamp

CEO, Iregular
Eloi Beauchamp has a very positive view on life and overflows with energy.He has a bachelor in biology, a masters in ecology and a degree in teaching.He thought he would become a teacher. He became an entrepreneur.In 1999 he founded l’ÉLOI, an integrated agency and production house.22... Read More →
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Jason Bruges

Founder, Jason Bruges Studio
Jason Bruges is a genre-bending artist and designer, based in London.  He is internationally renowned as a pioneer of the hybrid space between art, architecture, and technology. His artworks are site-specific, ‘sculptural barometers’ that tap into the emotional tapestry of a... Read More →
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Josée Guérette

Development & Touring Manager - Interactive Installations, Quartier des Spectacles
I’m an art lover who studied theatre and art history before specializing in arts management. I’m adept at solving puzzles with a few small pieces that don’t quite seem to fit. That’s what makes me such an effective strategic planner for tour schedules. I’m always looking... Read More →

Monday May 30, 2022 12:00 - 13:00 CEST
LAC: Sala 4