7th ENCATC International Study Tour to NYC

New York City, United States

A dynamic three-day programme will take you on exciting cultural tours and have you interacting with leading cultural management and policy experts and influencers operating in New York's vibrant and fast-paced arts and cultural scene. It is part of the ENCATC Study Trip to New York City that also includes the 7th ENCATC Academy on Cultural Relations and Diplomacy: "The Rising Role of Cities".

This is a once in a lifetime chance to learn about arts and cultural management in one of the most iconic cities in the world. The three-day intensive programme in New York City will foster an international exchange of ideas, projects and best practice through study visits, lectures, cultural tours, and debates. Many of the visits include behind-the-scenes access revealing new perspectives and insight into the day-to-day management of world-renowned arts and cultural institutions. 

The programme will also set the context for the  7th ENCATC Academy on Cultural Relations and Diplomacy: "The Rising Role of Cities" (15-16 February) by having visited key arts and cultural institutions that are playing important roles in the city's cultural external relations.  

The ENCATC International Study Tour and the ENCATC Academy will bring together an international group of educators, researchers, creators, young and established cultural professionals, cultural entrepreneurs, artists, and decision makers. 

This edition of the International Study Tour is being done in partnership with New York University, a member of ENCATC, and the Association of Arts Administration Educators (AAAE).



ENCATC has revealed first speakers who will share their insight and expertise during the International Study Tour: Richard Maloney, ENCATC Board member and Clinical Associate Professor and Director of the Performing Arts Administration graduate program at New York University, and Sandra Lang, Clinical Associate Professor of Art and Art Education and Director of the Visual Arts Administration M.A. Program at New York University. Learn more about the speakers here. 


Download the flyer here for more details about what you can expect at 7th ENCATC International Study Tour and the 7th ENCATC Academy on Cultural Relations and Diplomacy: The Rising Role of Cities


As the 7th International Study Tour is closely linked to the 7th ENCATC Academy on Cultural Diplomacy: “The Rising Role of Cities”, we sat down with Gerald Lidstone, Director of the Institute for Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship at Goldsmiths, University of London. As a leading expert in culture in external relations, we talked about the focus of the 2018 Academy and why this is a unique and important learning opportunity for ENCATC members and participants. 

Read the interview here. 

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