Rs 442.11 Order Of 23 November 2011 On The Encouragement Of Culture (Olec)

Original Language Title: RS 442.11 Ordonnance du 23 novembre 2011 sur l’encouragement de la culture (OLEC)

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442.11 order on the encouragement of culture (OLEC) November 23, 2011 (June 11, 2013 State) the Swiss federal Council, view the art. 46 of the Act of December 11, 2009 on the promotion of culture (LEC), stop: Section 1 Coordination and cooperation (art. 5 LEC) art. 1. the collaboration between the Confederation and the cantons, cities and municipalities will be held in the form of a national cultural dialogue. An agreement between these communities in good terms. Stakeholders, including cultural non-State actors, are associated with cultural dialogue in an appropriate form.

Section 2 access to projects (art. 7 LEC) art. 2 ...

Only receive support projects that don't subordinate public access membership to a particular interest group.

Repealed by no I of O from 7 nov. with effect from Jan 1, 2012. 2013 (2012 6079 RO).

Section 2 has incentives and support art. social 2asecurite of cultural actors (art. 9 LEC) art. 9 CEM is applicable to cultural actors provided the insurance old-age, survivors and federal disability (AVS).
The measures referred to in art. 9 Canada elections ACT are the responsibility of the federal Office of culture (OFC) and the Pro Helvetia Foundation.
The part of the financial assistance referred to in art. 9, al. 1, CEM is equivalent to 12% of the funded activities. Fees and other expenses do not fall in this calculation. If the fees and other expenses can be established as to the price of a disproportionate effort, a package of 20% is deducted from the funded activities. Less than 50 francs amounts are not paid.
When filing his application or no later than 60 days after receipt of the notification of the decision, the applicant shall give to the Confederation and Pro Helvetia information required for execution of the payment of the share of financial aid devoted to insurance. No payment is made before the delivery of this information.
If these information do not reach the OFC within five years following the notification of the decision, the share of financial aid is paid to the social fund of the Suisseculture social association. Other rights to financial aid from the OFC will turn off.

Introduced by section I of O from 7 nov. in force since Jan. 1, 2012. 2013 (2012 6079 RO).

Art. 3 measures of safeguarding cultural heritage (art. 10 CEM) by third party networks, means groups of institutions outside the Federal Administration that jointly engage in favor of the backup or the inventorying of cultural heritage or even the mediation in this area.
Project costs, means spending cause to a museum or collection of third-party benefits intended to safeguard cultural property.
Operating expenses are all expenses related to the day-to-day operation of a Museum, a collection or a third-party network.

Art. 4 promotion of succession (art. 11 CEM) by statement, we hear people less than 35 years: a. who, at the time when they apply for support, have completed their artistic training in the appropriate discipline for five years at most, forgotten the source. who, if they do not have any professional training or if they followed a vocational training in another artistic discipline, have publicly presented a work for the first time in the five years preceding the date of filing of the application for support.

Art. 5 awards, distinctions and acquisitions (art. 13 CEM) prices and distinctions reward completed cultural achievements.
Prizes are awarded on the basis of a competition. They are allocated in pecuniary form or nature. The price allowed in pecuniary form goes to the winner or to a third party that provides a benefit to the winner.
Distinctions are awarded by nomination. They are allocated in monetary form.
Works of art and the work of design acquired by the Federal Government include the Confederation Art Collection and are entrusted to its care.

Art. 6 support of cultural organizations (art. 14 LEC) can benefit from support organizations of professional culture actors and organizations active amateurs in the cultural field.
Professional cultural actors, means physical persons who derive their living from their artistic activity at least half or spend at least half the normal working time. Independent groups of professional culture actors such as dance companies or musical ensembles are assimilated to natural persons.
Active amateurs in the cultural field, means people who exercise regularly cultural activities but do not meet the conditions referred to in para. 2. the Confederation may allocate structural contributions both to an association of cultural organizations and a member of this association.

Art. 7 cultural events and projects (art. 16 LEC) are deemed occasional unique events in their design.
The feasts of popular culture, addressing a large audience are also deemed to be punctual.
A project is deemed to be particularly innovative if it has new Essentials or unitholders in the future in terms of artistic mediation, of cultural creation and cultural exchange.

Art. 8 encouragement of artistic mediation (article 19 LEC) by artistic mediation means any measures to encourage the public to independent reflection on the arts and bringing him works and artistic productions.

Art. 9 artistic creation (art. 20 LEC) contributions to the creation of works allow the realization of works of art.
Contributions to projects encourage representation, broadcasting or mediation by works of art.
Contributions to the creation of works and contributions to projects can be allocated in the form of orders.

Section 3 extra-parliamentary Commissions and juries art. 10 federal art commission and Federal Commission for Federal art Commission (CFA) design is responsible for acquisitions and the award of prizes and distinctions in the field of Visual arts. She advises the OFC for all measures in the areas of contemporary art and architecture, as well as the federal Office of constructions and logistics for what concerns the art in construction.
The Federal Committee of design (CFD) is responsible for acquisitions and the award of prizes and distinctions in the field of design.
The CFA and CFD are extra-parliamentary commissions within the meaning of art. 8, art. 2, of the order of 25 November 1998 on the Organization of Government and administration.
The federal Council appoints the presidents of the CFA and the CFD, as well as other members of these two committees.
The term of office of the members of the CFA and the CFD is limited to eight years.
The CFA and the CFD organize themselves.

New content according to section I of the O from 7 nov. in force since Jan. 1, 2012. 2013 (2012 6079 RO).
SR 172.010.1 art. 11 juries of literature, dance, theatre and Music Department federal Interior (DFI) establishes specific to each discipline juries to assign prices and distinctions in the areas of literature, dance, theater and music; These boards have the status of consultative bodies within the meaning of art. 57 of the Act of 21 March 1997 on the Organization of Government and administration.
The DFI appoints the members of juries, as well as their respective president. It ensures a fair representation of the specialist areas, gender and linguistic regions.
The Board members are appointed for two years. Their consulting activity is limited to six years in total.
The DFI can remove members of juries for good cause.
The jury members are compensated on the basis of a mandate.
Juries organize themselves. The DFI approves the regulations of the juries.

SR 172.010 art. 12 composition of committees and juries and recusal commissions and juries understand between seven and nine members, who are experts in their respective fields.
Commissions and juries may be in their midst of the committees in charge of specific tasks.
Commissions and juries may, on a case by case basis, to call on other experts with the agreement of the OFC.
Art. 10 of the Federal Act of 20 December 1968 on administrative procedure apply by analogy to the disqualification of the members of the commissions and juries as well as experts on which commissions and juries rely.

RS 172.021 art. 13 decision the OFC procedure, without notice commissions nor juries, if the formal requirements for the encouragement, including respect for the time limits for filing requests and directions from home, are met.
Commissions and juries review the material conditions of encouragement and formulate notices for the OFC on incentive measures referred to in art. 10 and 11. They take minutes of their deliberations and their notice.
The OFC may deviate from the notice of the commissions and juries. In this case, it must give reasons for its decision.
The OFC is the secretariat of the commissions and juries. An OFC representative part, without the right to vote, in the sessions of the commissions and juries.

The head of the art Collection of the Confederation attends the sessions of the commissions devoted to the acquisition of voting.

Section 4 provisions final art. 14 repeal of the law in force are repealed: 1. the order of March 16, 2001, on the benefits of typing; 2. the order of September 29, 1924, on the protection of fine arts by the Confederation; 3. the order of 7 December 2007 on the encouragement of the design.

[RO 2001 1026, 2006 4705 ch. II 106]
[RS 4 209; RO 1971 1164, 1979-219, 1994-1427, 2006 4705 ch. II 32] [2007 7043 RO] art. 15 entry into force this order comes into force on January 1, 2012.

RO 2011 6143 Erratum of June 11, 2013 (RO 2013 1599).
RS 442.1 new content according to section I of the O from 7 nov. in force since Jan. 1, 2012. 2013 (2012 6079 RO).
Introduced by section I of O from 7 nov. in force since Jan. 1, 2012. 2013 (2012 6079 RO).

State on June 11, 2013

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