A Changing World 2011 – Cultural Aspects during Conflicts.

A Changing World 2011 – Cultural Aspects during Conflicts.

Our otherwise lovely planet seems to be a non- peaceful place to stay in these times and the media coverage and images we are served daily is not very nice to look at.

I have been in Tunisia recently – and much work is still left for a viable democracy. What I noticed however, was the fact that culture was intact and functioned quite normally, even though the country has experienced a revolution and precisely this is essential for the further process whatever country it might be about

…Picture from my lecture in Lions Club, Tunisia

The cultural work should of course continue regardless of the individual situations and especially in regions where democracy is at the beginning to a life in freedom and peace without fear of any interference with the individual’s right to speak and move freely around in the cultural universe.

The AACCH organization was later on in Gran Canary with the arrangement “Symphony of Human Unity” which could rightly be considered as high current in this particular time.

Many inhabitants in Gran Canary were really scared of the whole situation right now – perhaps not unnaturally viewed with historical eyes, since Spain has been in conflict with the Arab countries many times but many years ago.

How long this smoldering and unconscious fears will exist is hard to say, but culture and the people involved and interested in the cohesion of the world may have a lot of work ahead to learn others how to respect and accept art in openness, thence possible to move human fears away but substituted for peace and harmony in everyday life.

The AACCH organization will constantly try to improve and adapt Concepts related to the circumstances at any time in the world – for now we will continue with the events already planned, and the events that are completed will be evaluated continuously and any experience may of course change or inspire future events.

Our forthcoming events will be the “Symphony of Human Unity” in Nazaré, Portugal and the re-union event with Mona Youssef and Sabrina Lanzi in Aarhus, Denmark.

Link to “Symphony of Human Unity”, Portugal:

http://dopinheiro.wordpress.com/2010/12/22/home/

All the best from

Kurt Lykke Lindved

 

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Professional – Career * Qualified as a Charter Agent in the East Asiatic Company - Became a State Authorized Shipping Broker in 1969 * Captain in The Sirius Patrol – Greenland at Thule Air Base, 1969-1971 * Postings in New York, New Orleans, Toronto, Rio de Janeiro, Lagos and London as Charter Agent and Manager 1972 – 1983 working for The East Asiatic Company Ltd. – Copenhagen * 24 years with The East Asiatic Company Ltd and subsidiary companies as Charter Agent, Marketing and Development Manager; and General Manager * Supplementary courses and examinations in Maritime and Commercial Law Management. * Founder and Owner of Sonata Production, Art and Music International Inc. – France & Denmark 1995 – present - Entertainment, Lectures, Concerts, Exhibition Events, CD, DVD and Video Recordings. Professional – Freelance * Qualified as trumpet player at Aarhus Music School – Denmark * Professional musician with several orchestras and bands – including the Matadors, Saratoga Jazz Band, Rice Wood Jokers and Aarhus Brass Band. * Leader of ”Show and Entertainment Group 28 Carat” and the Evening & Theatre School 28 Carat * Self-taught Artist (painter) Lecturer and Writer * Responsible for several large Theatre and Exhibition Events Worldwide Awards * Dutch Consul, Denmark * Goodwill Ambassador – Various Non-Profit Organizations
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