On the way to generalization of‘EAC on the department
The generalization of the EAC in the areas, declared a government priority in June 2017, is the result of a partnership policy between the state and local authorities.
Through this agreement, the signatories reaffirm the central theme that the EAC represents in all artistic and cultural fields. They intend to strengthen their partnership at the service of launching an ambitious, concerted and common public policy in the Dordogne that will benefit all the young people of the territory and will mobilize all the educational structures that will host them.
Indeed, the EAC contributes to the emancipation and development of the personality of young people, to their political education, to the formation of their perspectives, to the enrichment of their sensitivity, to the development of their critical mind and to the full successful completion of their training course. Developing their creativity through artistic practices and encounters also contributes to the formation of accomplished adults.
into governanceappointed to bring this convention to life
The regional department for cultural affairs of New Aquitaine, the supervisory authority of the Academy of the Dordogne and the territorial department Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes of the Canopé network, in collaboration with the prefecture of the Dordogne, together with the departmental council of the Dordogne, set up the bodies that brought the agreement to life fill: a steering committee, a technical committee and thematic working groups.
In a sustained dialogue, they agree to identify and mobilize the cultural resources present in the area; accompany and articulate complementary cultural proposals that take into account the different stages of life of young people and also allow the involvement of families, in a logic of diversity and encounter with the public; jointly define priority target groups and areas; or even promote research action approaches on cultural practices and approaches to culture and evaluate the supported actions.
Cover everyone artistic and cultural fields
The Artistic and Cultural Education course takes into account all areas of art and culture, including music, visual, graphic and digital arts, performing arts, cinema and audiovisual media, books and reading, architecture, tangible and intangible heritage, technical and industrial scientific culture, media and information formation. It is primarily based on the cultural resources that exist in the area. It strives to develop innovative forms and devices, thereby offering a field for experimentation to the community of stakeholders involved.
The signing of this partnership agreement at the Prehistory Interpretation Center is an opportunity to highlight the role that all actors in this field of cultural heritage and heritage in a department like the Dordogne must play individually and collectively in favor of a greater appropriation of the related themes by the residents, young and old