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Zdjęcie z dyskusji Music. City. Change - dyskusja o roli muzyki jako narzędziu zmiany. Ludzie siedzą na patio Warsztatów Kultury i słuchają rozmowy.
Zdjęcie z dyskusji Music. City. Change - dyskusja o roli muzyki jako narzędziu zmiany. Ludzie siedzą na patio Warsztatów Kultury i słuchają rozmowy.

Music. City. Change – a discussion on the role of music as a tool for change

Zdjęcie z dyskusji Music. City. Change - dyskusja o roli muzyki jako narzędziu zmiany. Ludzie siedzą na patio Warsztatów Kultury i słuchają rozmowy.


29/06/2024 | 17:00 – 18:15


Workshops of Culture, Grodzka 7 - patio




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Jun 29 2024


17:00 - 18:15

Music. City. Change – a discussion on the role of music as a tool for change

A compelling conversation unfolds under the title “Music. City. Change.” Here, we’ll explore music not just as a source of artistic delight, but as a powerful force shaping our urban landscapes. Music becomes a potent messenger, sparking social progress and weaving itself into the very fabric of a city’s cultural identity. We’ll delve into its artistic brilliance, but also its transformative power that extends far beyond the stage. Drawing inspiration from real-world examples across the globe, we’ll examine how cities can nurture a thriving music scene within their cultural framework. This discussion transcends the present, confronting the challenges of our times. We’ll connect the dots between music, the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals for 2030, and even the prestigious European Capital of Culture competition. Why? Because music is more than a celebratory backdrop.

Guests: Patricia Carrera (Mexico), Dr. Keith Nurse (Trinidad and Tobago), Bianka Machová (České Budějovice 2028 – European Capital of Culture 2028), Robert Piaskowski (the director of the National Centre for Culture). The discussion will be moderated by Tamara Kamińska – the director of Musix Export Poland.

Paty Carrera
has been deeply involved in music supervision and consulting, as well as licensing for high caliber audiovisual productions, that have reached renowned platforms such as Netflix, Amazon, Disney and HBO. She has dedicated her professional life to the exciting world of copyright and related rights, always with the goal of safeguarding the interests of artists, authors, and production companies. She collaborates closely with the music producer Phil Vinall and manages matters for artists such as Beto Cuevas, Ely Guerra, Enjambre, Pato Machete, among others. Her approach goes beyond simple rights management; she seeks understanding and genuine collaboration. Her experience also translates into her contribution to workshops, panels and educational programs that she has developed in several countries. From the Bogota Chamber of Commerce to Mafiz at the Málaga International Film Festival, Paty has shared her knowledge, while keeping an ear to the ground for industry innovations and trends. In essence, she combines her vast experience with a practical and contemporary approach, ensuring that her work is always in tune with the current needs of the entertainment world.

Dr Keith Nurse is the President of the College of Science Technology and Applied Arts Trinidad and Tobago. He has worked as a Senior Economist and Advisor on Structural Policies and Innovation to the OECD Development Centre in Paris, France. He serves on the executive bureau of the UN Committee for Development Policy. He is the co-founder of the Arts and Cultural Enterprise Management postgraduate diploma at the University of the West Indies. He is also the co-founder of the CaribbeanTales Incubator, which targets filmmakers from the Caribbean, Africa and the diaspora. He currently serves as an expert member on the Framework for Cultural Statistics at the UNESCO Institute of Statistics. He is the executive producer of the docudrama “Forward Home: The Power of the Caribbean Diaspora”.

Bianka Machová the former director of the largest non-profit weekly festival in the Czech Republic – Budějovický Majáles, which has been transforming the city through music and art for 20 years. She is now part of the České Budějovice 2028 – European Capital of Culture 2028 team, where she is working on the Young Creators project, which aims to create a network of youth projects and cultural organisations.

Robert Piaskowski – A Polish philologist, sociologist, manager, socio-cultural animator, and academic lecturer, he holds degrees from the Jagiellonian University, the University of Aix-Marseille, and Collegium Civitas. He served as the Programming Director of the Cracow Festival Office from 2007 to 2019, and later as the Culture Plenipotentiary of the Mayor of Cracow and Director of Development and Creativity in the Culture Department of the Cracow City Hall. He was instrumental in the creation and development of numerous Cracow festivals, including: Misteria Paschalia, Opera Rara, Sacrum Profanum, Joseph Conrad Festival, Czesław Miłosz Festival. He is the Artistic Director and co-founder of the Cracow Film Music Festival. Since March 2024, he has been the Director of the National Centre for Culture.

Tamara Kamińska has been associated with CCI for over 13 years. As a program director of one of the most significant cultural institutions in Poland, Tamara was responsible for preparing and producing important music events (including WOMEX’17). Tamara is also the author of Katowice’s winning application to join The UNESCO Creative Cities Network. She was responsible for the implementation of the entire “Katowice City of Music” program. Since 2018 she has been a member of the steering committee of UCCN. Currently, Tamara is the director of Music Export Poland, the advisor to the Board of the Society of Authors ZAiKS and coordinator of the Europena Music Exporters Exchange network. As an independent consultant for the development of creative industries, she has been cooperating with a number of cities across the world.In 2021 she started the research process and is currently preparing her PhD thesis at the Creative Economy Research Center in Warsaw.

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