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Verbier Festival Philanthropy Forum
Should More be Done for Culture in the 21st Century?
14:30 – 16:30
Spiegeltent du Verbier Festival
Followed by refreshment from 16:30 to 17:30
Culture is fundamental; music, the visual arts and science connect us. They guide our lives in a constantly changing world. But as a society, do we have a responsibility toward culture? How can culture be, or indeed should it be encouraged? And what is the role of philanthropy?
The conversation will be led in French; participation and questions are welcome in both French and English.
Post-round table discussion in English
Are We Generous?
14:00 – 15:30
Verbier Festival Spiegeltent
Followed by refreshment from 15:30 to 16:30
Giving time and money plays an important role in our lives, no matter the reason or the amount we give. There is no doubt that empathy and generosity go hand in hand with philanthropy regardless of the number of pennies involved. So, what should we give? And how much?
The conversation will be led in English; participation and questions are welcome in both English and French.
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01 February 2021
Paris / France
Since 2015 we have been working closely with Business Schools in order to get young professionals involved in the cultural industry and inform them about the importance of different funding models for opera houses, ballet companies and festivals.
Every year we come together with ESCP Europe Business School students from the master of Marketing and Creativity Programme to conduct Company and Class Consultancy Projects. This year's project was particularly challenging due to the severe impact of the pandemic on the cultural sector, yet very fruitful regarding the potential new opportunities for the future of these art forms.
04 June 2020
ELEVATE events and panels, hosted by Kearney, brings together emerging leaders across a range of industries.
On June 4th they invited FEDORA's Director, Edilia Gänz for a session dedicated to the theme of "Creativity from Crisis", to discuss the impact of Covid-19 on the performing arts.