The meeting is the inaugural proposal of Phe Festival and is held on August 5 at the Cultural Space Castle
The value of culture as an accelerator of the sustainable development of cities is the central theme on which the meeting will revolve Ph I+C, to be held on the day August 5 in it Castle Cultural Space of Puerto de la Cruz. A meeting in which promoters of projects of the first magnitude participate, such as the IBF and the Atlantic Museum, managers and artists who will share knowledge in what will be the opening ceremony of Phe Festival, appointment that is part of the programming of the project cultural environment the northern municipality, and which has the sponsorship of Tourism Rehabilitation Consortium, Tenerife Tourism, the area of Culture of the Cabildo de Tenerife and Puerto de la Cruz Experience.
Phe I+C, 'innovation and culture also in summer', wants to be a playful approach, without losing a certain informative character, which facilitates the relationship between the participants and all the attendees interested in sharing a day of debate around the management of cultural projects and certain implications with tourism. The Councilor for Culture of Puerto de la Cruz, Sandra Rodriguez, considers that "this type of activity provides added value of great interest to an already important event such as the Phe Festival”
Among the speakers is Jose Moran, co-founder of the FIB, Benicàssim International Festival, who will analyze the role played by music industry as a tool to achieve urban objectives at the socioeconomic level. 'Musical Urbanism: What is the relationship between music and the city?' It will be the epigraph that you will use as a starting point to share your experience in consultancy, planning and development of cultural events.
Also the director of Image and Cultural Production of the Art, Culture and Tourism Centers of the Cabildo de Lanzarote, Maria Jose Alcantara, under the title 'A museum in the sea??!!', will talk about the connection between art, underwater life and nature that the Atlantic Museum, recently inaugurated on that island, where nearly 400 submerged sculptures by the artist will be exhibited Jason deCaires Taylor.
Professor Emeritus of the University of La Laguna and PhD in Development Economics, Carlos Legna, joins the reflection on cultural management and its implications for tourism, providing a more theoretical-practical vision entitled 'Development, culture and technological change'. And various 'Environmental Readings for Rushing Intermediates' chosen by Gonzalo Prieto, president of the Para Team Cultural Association of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, will provide continuity solution and animate this participatory meeting.
The day will end outside the Castle with the 'Canary Wine Networking', meeting that will offer the opportunity to come into contact with professionals in the sector, network collaboration, exchange opinions and share doubts in an environment changer, innovative, constructive and dynamic. In the same space you can enjoy the installation 'Skin of light', a work of mapping interactive developed by the visual artist Simone Martin about sculptures of Julius Grandson.
Impulsed by cultural environment of Puerto de la Cruz, the group Power Changers and Phe Festival, with the sponsorship of the CajaCanarias Foundation and the collaboration of University of La Laguna, this initiative aims to delve into the knowledge of successful cultural projects that transform the environment, generate economy and other potential added values, to put them in relation to similar activities that are already being carried out in Tenerife.
Information on schedules, contents and speakers from Ph I+C (Innovation and Culture also in summer) is available on the web www.powerchangers.es as in the social profiles of Phe Festival (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google + and YouTube). Attendance at the meeting is open to the public and free until full capacity is reached.