2nd Artem Organizational Creativity and Sustainability international conference

ICN Business School ARTEM is currently hosting the 2nd edition of the Artem International Conference on Organizational Creativity and Sustainability. The event is taking place in the ARTEM Campus in Nancy until the 16th September 2017. The aim of the conference is to pursue the discussions initiated during 2015 edition, as well as exploring new paths on how to facilitating sustainable development through creativity. The overall intention is to approach the topic of creativity and sustainability from different disciplinary and thematic perspectives in theory and practice.
We are pleased to welcome scholars and practitioners from more than 30 countries to debate and discuss the topics of creativity and sustainable development.

Program:

Day 1: Thursday, 14th September
16:00 – 19:00:        ArtemOCC 2017 Opening Session

  • Introduction by the conference chairs
  • Welcome notes by the heads of the Schools of Artem Alliance
  • Laurent Hénart: Mayor of Nancy
  • Foreword by John Crowley: Chief of Section for Research, Policy and Foresight in the UNESCO Division of Social Transformations and Intercultural Dialogue

Round table discussion on “Facilitating sustainable development through a variety of creative approaches”

19:00 – 20:30:        Welcoming Reception

Day 2: Friday, 15th September
09:00 – 12:30:         Sub-themes parallel sessions presentations
13:00 – 13:45:         Labyrinth presentation by Caroline Pakel
14:00 – 17:30:         Practitioners Workshop

Creative solutions for challenges of sustainable development?
Participants: Daimler, Dassault Systemes, Greenpeace, Innovation Way, Stan Institute

19:30 – 22:30:         Conference gala dinner

Day 3: Saturday, 16th September
09:00 – 12:30:         Sub-themes parallel sessions presentations
14:00 – 15:30:         Natural Sciences Plenary Session
14:00 -15:30:          Arts-based collective voicing, by Anne Passila
14:00 – 15:30:         Artistic intervention, by Sue Moffat
16:00 – 17:00:         Plenary session and conference closing

  • Foreword by Co-chairs
  • François WERNER, Nancy Métropole
  • Reflecting on the conference and future perspectives and visions by Stefan Husig

Live painting session by Vera IVANAJ

Throughout the conference:

  • Exhibition by the artiste Christian Cantos
  • Exhibition by the photographer Bastien Sittler
  • Labyrinth by Caroline Pakel
  • American-African-European (AAE) Summer School  Projects
  • ENSA Projects
    – Social and solidarity economy trophy project by Nina DEFACHEL ENSA –Nancy
    – Composting in Urban areas project by Aliénor Morvan, ENSA Nancy Graduate

ICN students associations:

During the conference some ICN student associations will be in the Artem Gallery to present their projects and vision for society.

Participants: CHILD’N FUN, GREEN TOUCH, CITY’ZEN,  MEKONG, ARTEM REUSSITE, LATINA,  ACTE MICROFINANCE, LES PETITS GOURMETS, ENACTUS, SOLIDA’RAID, BDA

Complete program: click here to download it.

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