Announcing the latest publication "Modelling Cultural and Arts Institutions" in the ENCATC Book Series
ENCATC is excited to reveal a new publication "Modelling Cultural and Art Institutions" in its Book Series on Cultural Management and Cultural Policy Education. The author Biljana Tanurovska-Kjulavkovski, the 2019 ENCATC Research Award winner, questions how we think and imagine cultural and art institutions nowadays and questions how institutions need to be transformed to meet the needs of the artists and professionals in the field.
This book is an excellent reference tool for education and lifelong learning on cultural management and cultural policies. It examines the theoretical and practical tensions and questions related to cultural and art institutions in the context of North Macedonia and the wider region of former Yugoslavia. The author explores the needs in the art field of contemporary performing arts (post-dramatic theatre, dance, performance, choreography, etc.) and offers approaches to modelling and governing contemporary performing art institutions from the perspective of the independent cultural and art sector.
What is being said about this book? "Innovative and challenging analysis of the changing realities of the institutional cultural system. Conceptually sophisticated, compelling and with imaginative and ethically relevant solutions, this book is the timely response to the crucial issues in cultural management." - Milena Dragićević Šešić, prof. emerita, University of Arts Belgrade, Serbia
The ENCATC Book Series on Cultural Management and Cultural Policy Education is published by P.I.E. Peter Lang.