For more than 20 years, ENCATC has been adapting to the needs of the field. Committed to innovation, the network has continuously developed and grown its offer of activities, products, publications, projects, mobility schemes, and more for the benefit of its members and the wider field of cultural management and policy.
What has happened in more than 20 years…
- A new logo and branding for ENCATC!
- The new wesbite is launched
- The ENCATC working group focusing on the evaluation of international and European projects is launched
- The new Labelling policy is launched
- The ENCATC Breakfast training initiative is launched
- The first International Board correspondent from Asia was appointed
- 23rd ENCATC Annual Conference “The Ecology of Culture: Community Engagement, Co-creation, Cross Fertilization"
- The ENCATC Book Series are launched
- The ENCATC Research Award on Cultural Policy and Cultural Management is launched
- International Board correspondent from USA
- 22nd ENCATC Annual Conference "New Challenges for the Arts and Culture: Is it just about money?"
- The Asia Region Education Exchange (AREE) is launched
- The Cultural Happy Hours initiative is launched
- The International Study Tours are launched
- 21st Annual Conference “Rethinking Education on Arts and Cultural Management”
- ENCATC Library opens to members
- Bibliography database for members is launched
- 17th ENCATC Annual Conference
- ENCATC takes over mangement of the Cultural Policy Research Award (CPRA) and the Young Cultural Policy Research Forum (YCPRF)
- The PRAXIS Newsletter for students is launched
- The ENCATC Thematic Areas are launched
- 16th ENCATC Annual Conference "Intercultural dialogue and project management: New training programs in a context of major challenges"
1992 - 2007
2006 : ENCATC presents to EU Parliament
2005 : SECEB project : realising Bologna
2004 : The first ENCATC Student Conference is organised in Krakow, Poland
2003 : The ENCATC office moves to Brussels, Belgium, lead by ENCATC's third Secretary General Giannalia Cogliandro Beyens
2000 : ENCATC is granted the title of NGO with operational relations with UNESCO
1999 : The Thomassen Fund and and Nordic Baltic Platform are launched; ENCATC
1998 : ENCATC is officially registered in Brussels, Belgium; The ENCATC coordination office moves to Copenhagen, Denmark
1997 : Isabelle Schwarz becomes ENCATC's second Secretary General
1995 : The first ENCATC website is launched
1993 : Network moved to ARSEC, Pascal Chalier is the first Secretary General
1992: ENCATC is established and the first Annual Conference is held in Warsaw, Poland; ENCATC Newsletter is launched; The ENCATC office moves to Lyon, France under the first ENCATC Secretary General, Pascale Chalier
1991 : The first Newsletter is launched
1990 : Council of Europe conference, organised by Eduard Delgado, is held in Barcelona about the importance of cultural management education
1989 : European Diploma in Cultural Management introduced under the Cultural Convention
1987 : European Ministers of Culture gather in Sintra, Portugal, to discuss the importance of cultural training development; First meeting of institutions offering arts management courses is held in Hamburg, Germany
1984 : Council of Europe establishes CIRCLE, a network of cultural documentation and research institutions