ENCATC Magazine publishes second issue
The second issue of ENCATC Magazine continues to shed light and foster conversation on a variety of issues on cultural management and policy!
This issues opens with our opening perspectives contribution "What future for culture in the post-confinement era?" by Catarina Vaz Pinto, Deputy Mayor for Culture of Lisbon City Council. The magazine features more exclusive articles on cultural diplomacy in challenging times, higher education on safeguarding intangible cultural heritage, cultural management and sustainability, the future of cultural tourism, blockchain and cultural heritage, and museums in the "new normal". There are also interviews with cultural management leaders on cultural heritage.
Readers are invited to read contributions from UNESCO on "Culture in Crisis" and the European Commission on successful transnational projects tackling heritage at risk. This issue continues our partnership with Julie's Bicycle and its addition to foster thinking on technology, the music industry, and climate change.
This issue has a special section dedicated to the 2020 ENCATC Digital Congress "Cultural management and policy in a post-digital world – navigating uncertainty" which took place from 3-11 November. Learn about key outcomes, innovations, as speakers, experts and participants explored cultural management and policy under the threat of the coronavirus outbreak and positioning the sector in a post-digital context.
Finally, go beyond the page with our interview with Alba Zamarbide Urdaniz, author of "Buffers beyond Boundaries. Bridging theory and practice in the management of historical territories."
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The ENCATC Magazine aims to to educate, entertain, raise awareness, and inform on various topics related to cultural management and policy. It has also been created to offer an additional space for the publication of articles to our members, as well as a space for knowledge transfer to our partners (EU, UNESCO, ASEF, etc.).
Our magazine contributors are leading academics, researchers, experts, practitioners, and policy makers recognised by the industry we belong to as influencers. For our magazine, they generously providing us with exclusive content, insight, innovative industry practices, and personal stories. Their contributions aim to help ENCATC to achieve its mission of better helping the cultural sector become stronger and more sustainable!