Cultural Worker



Thomas Dumke
Dresden, Germany

Thomas Dumke is a self-employed cultural manager based in Dresden, Germany, a member of the TMA board for many years and director of the CYNETART Festival for even more years.

Besides he is part of the working collective and was working in the frame of the EU-Network Project »E.C.A.S. - Tomorrow's Art For An Unknown Future« for TMA Hellerau.

He finished the Masters Course in Modern and Recent History, Communication Science and Sociology at the TU Dresden, Masters course, Institute of Sociology in culture & management and holds an MA in Cultural Administration (M.A.C.A.). He was a participant of the E-Tribal Art project of the AltArt Foundation Cluj and of TANDEM – Cultural Managers Exchange Ukraine – European Union – Moldova. He is a member of the project team »film and new media«, of the Dresden City Office for Culture and Monument Preservation Office. And last but not least he is a father of two kids.

ECAS Cultural Worker in Residency - Thomas Dumke

1st Oct, visiting and introduction into to the venue by Fränk Zimmer
2nd Oct, participation at press conference of mp12
3rd Oct, set up of the temporary ORF studio for the ICAS-TV, and other live broadcastings from the festival, meetings, technical introduction - first material production for the TV-show
4th Oct, 1st ICAS-TV 15-16h (main topics : vinyl presentations, Anke Eckardt interview, talking about CYNETART
5th Oct, 2nd ICAS-TV 15-16h (interview Werner Jauk & Christina Nemec & Charlotte Bendikson, TV report about programme points of the mp festival)
5th Oct, ICAS-Radio zeitton.extended, 23h - 2h
6th Oct, 3rd ICAS-TV 15-16h, (interview Heimo Lattner, Dhalia Borsche & Jeremy Gilbert, video contributions by other ICAS partner festivals
6th Oct, participation at the E.C.A.S. discussion, 17.30h to 18.30h, moderated by Rosa Reitsamer, together with Oliver Baurhenn, Charlotte Bendikson, Susanna Niedermayr
7th Oct, 4th ICAS-TV, 15-16h

So, 7.10.2012, 17:30 Uhr | Camp: Lailas Bar | Digital musics | Enharmony-Micro-Lecture von Werner Jauk (KFU Graz) & (represented by Thomas Dumke)
»Enharmonische Modulation des Körpers in Musik und Kultur – Vom Hedonischen zum Mechanischen, zum hedonischen körperlichen Leben«


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