Cultural happy hour

The “ENCATC Cultural Happy Hours” is an initiative of ENCATC, the leading European network on cultural management and policy, in partnership with the Creative Europe Desks Wallonie-Bruxelles and Vlaanderen. Launched in February 2013, this is a series of cultural evenings where representatives from the cultural, business, and educational sectors are invited to enjoy an informal occasion to network and exchange ideas.

Encatc breakfast

Interactive and informative, the ENCATC Breakfast trainings are concentrated and to-the-point. Designed for busy professionals, ENCATC’s method will allow you to: gain knowledge from leading experts to improve performance; deepen your understanding of new tools, methods, and concepts; learn new skills to make your organisation stronger and more resilient; invest to grow in your career; expand and internationalise your professional network and find trustworthy partners for your projects in Brussels and beyond.

ENCATC Members Talks

ENCATC Members Talks, are a new response created out of members' strong desire to explore together and pool knowledge to overcome pressing issues impacted by COVID-19 confinement. The aim is to share practical ways to come out of this crisis stronger and more united than ever before to ensure the best education on cultural management and policy. From the success of this initiative, the Members Talks have established the foundation for a long-term platform for exchanging of projects and any topics proposed by our members.

Annual policy debate

Every year, ENCATC engages in a policy debate with the aim of identifying new business models, innovative funding schemes and investment practices in the cultural and creative sector. ENCATC members, academics, researchers, cultural operators, policy makers, economics experts and students are invited to attend.

Research Interest Clusters

enable members with an interest in a specific research topic or problematic within the arts and cultural management and policy field to work together to further research or to deepen understanding of that topic.

Events labeled by ENCATC

During the ENCATC General Assembly in Lecce, Italy (October 2015), the ENCATC Board decided to support and promote the development of scientific seminars, events and workshopsorganised by its members in the various regional areas. Thus, ENCATC will co-brand and ensure labelling of selected events, carefully chosen on a case by case basis, upon requests made by the organizers. This labelling must obey some basic rules. More info: http://www.encatc.org/en/projects/encatc-labelling-policy/