Democratising a more accessible culture
According to the results of a survey launched by Hadopi four weeks after the beginning of our isolation in 2020, culture has not regained its former dynamism since the health crisis subsided. The dematerialised consumption habits developed during this period, combined with generational effects, raise the question of the evolution of practices and the durability of certain cultural forms.
Culture remains a major political issue, with nine cities having applied for the European Capital of Culture 2028 label, a label that was created some forty years ago and which allows cities that obtain it to benefit from European subsidies for their project. But their interest goes far beyond that, and it is a question of benefiting from media and economic spin-offs, while federating the population around a common project.
This combination of facts places culture in a singular situation with a context that is globally favourable to it, but where questions are also numerous due to the acceleration of the evolution of practices induced by the health crisis.
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Festival d'Art Lyrique d'Aix-en-Provence
Musées d'Orsay et de l'Orangerie