Thursday, 9 September 2010

 

9 september 2010 - Programme

8.30 - 9.00 : Auditorium Harry Payet

  • Presentation : “The three pillars of culture” by Daniel Guérin (Directeur de l’AD2R - The Association for Rural Development in Reunion.)

9.30am - 12.45pm : Topic-centred workshops

Workshop 1 : Towards a Creole architecture for tomorrow

  • 9.30 - 10.15am
    • Presentation : “Creole architecture in the Indian Ocean, heritage of our common history”
  • 10.15am - 12.30pm
    • Presentation and workshops : “What Creole architecture for tomorrow?”
      • 10.15 - 10.45 am
        • Presentation : “ Traditional Creole architecture and respect for the environment : traditional techniques and characteristics to redefine for the Creole architecture of tomorrow.” Presentation by Attila Cheyssial (School of Architecture, Le Port, Reunion)
      • 11 - 11.30am
        • Workshop : “Differennt types of traditional and vernacular architecture in Saint-Joseph”
          Presentation by Capucin Dijoux, student at the School of Architecture, Le Port
      • 11.30 - 12.30pm
        • Workshop : “From the not so simple past to the future anterior, a grammar of Creole architecture to be invented.”
          Project presented by Nicolar Peyrebonne, School of Architecture, Le Port

Workshop 2 : Basalts of the Indian Ocean : an efficient building material?

  • 9.30 - 10.15am
    • Conférence : “The industrial applications of basalt”, presentation by the firm EUTIT S.R.O. (Czech Republic)
  • 10.15 - 11am
    • Conférence : “Basalt as building material” by Patrick Bachèlery, professor of volcanology, University of Reunion
  • 11.15 - 11.45am
    • Atelier : “Using basalt differently : a challenge for the Centre des Arts du Feu (Volcanic Arts centre) and a fundamental challenge for the territory of Reunion and the neighbouring islands.” By Claude Berlie-Caillat, Director of the Arts Centre
  • 12 - 12.45pm
    • Visite : Encounter with artists in residence at the Centre des Arts du Feu (Volcanic Arts centre), Saint-Joseph.
  • Workshop 3 : Sustainable, responsible and innovative Education and Culture
  • 9.15 - 11.45am
    • Regional Language and Culture (LCR) at the service of human development
      • 9.15 - 11am
        • Round table : “Regional language and culture in schools”, chaired by Axel Gauvin, President of the Office for the Creole Language in Reunion.
      • 11.15 - 11.45am
        • Presentation : “ Storytelling, a factor of social cohesion” by Marc Aubaret, Ethnologist and Director of the Mediterranean Centre for Oral Literature
  • 11.45 - 12.30pm
    • Teaching audiences
      • Round table : “ Storytelling, a factor of social cohesion” by Marc Aubaret, Ethnologist and Director of the Mediterranean Centre for Oral Literature
      • Presentations by :
        • Brigitte Harguindeguy, Adviser “Artistic education and the Urban Social Cohesion Contract” at the Department of Culture of the Regional Council ;
        • Philippe Guirado, President of the Association Komidi, organiser of the theatre festival Kom i di in Saint-Joseph and Petite-Ile.

12.45 - 2pm : Gardens of Manapany

  • Lunch

2.15pm - 3.15pm : Auditorium Harry Payet

  • Summary of work of the Rural University 2010

3.15 - 4pm : Auditorium Harry Payet

  • Resolutions and closing speeches

4 - 5pm : Auditorium Harry Payet

  • Show put on by the School of Music & Dancing of Saint-Joseph

7pm : Auditorium Harry Payet

  • Closing ceremony and traditional celebrations

- Tuesday, 7 september 2010

- Wednesday, 8 september 2010

News

Programme

Three topics are proposed for the next European Rural University, which will take place on 7th, 8th and 9th September 2010 in Saint-Joseph :

- Europe at the service of the rural community and its inhabitants,
- Rural professions for women,
- Culture : between heritage and innovation.

16 November 2009