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Synth��se sur les publics du festival d'Avignon en 2019

Authors: Ethis, Emmanuel; Guillou, Lauriane; Malinas, Damien; Roth, Raphaël; Swinnen, Laure-Hélène;

Synth��se sur les publics du festival d'Avignon en 2019

Abstract

Le Festival d'Avignon, c'est la ville, le th����tre, la f��te, le patrimoine historique et culturel, le ciel, l'��t��, mais c'est avant tout le public. Comment conna��tre et appr��hender ce compagnon indispensable ? Depuis 1995, le Festival d'Avignon et les responsables scientifiques, Emmanuel Ethis, Jean-Louis Fabiani, Damien Malinas et Rapha��l Roth, s'associent pour mener �� bien des enqu��tes aupr��s des festivaliers d'Avignon. L'��quipe avignonnaise a b��ti, au d��but des ann��es 1990, son projet de recherche et son expertise scientifique sur l'��tude des pratiques culturelles et festivali��res �� travers deux disciplines : les sciences de l'information et de la communication et la sociologie de la culture. Le Festival d'Avignon est, quant �� lui, l'h��ritage direct du projet vilarien d��fendant la d��mocratisation culturelle et le th����tre populaire. Le public est, pour lui, une pr��occupation historique et une ambition �� la fois artistique et politique. Apr��s les ��tudes de 2017 et de 2018 qui ont d��j�� abord�� cette question, celle de 2019 s'inscrit dans la continuit�� tout en interrogeant plus pr��cis��ment la dimension de l'Education Artistique et Culturelle (EAC). Les festivals sont des espaces de construction de soi et de son autonomie culturelle, des espaces de transmission et d'��changes. Ils permettent de vivre des exp��riences au confluent de la pratique spectatorielle, de la connaissance et de la rencontre. C'est pour cela qu'ils sont des lieux privil��gi��s pour observer les dynamiques de l'EAC. Cette pour cela qu'ils sont des lieux privil��gi��s pour observer les dynamiques de l'EAC. Cette synth��se est le r��sultat d'une s��lection de donn��es issues de l'��tudes men��e sur le terrain lors de la 73��me ��dition du Festival d'Avignon. Elle est une ��tape inaugurale de l'observation de l'EAC dans les parcours et la formation des festivaliers et elle a pour vocation de rendre accessible les connaissances sur le public du Festival depuis une articulation de plusieurs th��matiques.

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