ENCATC Board defines its functions for the next two years
The ENCATC board of directors met online on 30 November for its first meeting since the election results were announced on 26 November 2021. On this occasion, the newly elected Board members have defined their functions for the next two years.
Gerald Lidstone, Director of the Institute for Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship, representing Goldsmiths, University of London in the United Kingdom, a full member of ENCATC, has been elected as ENCATC President.
Richard Maloney from New York University in the United States and Dea Vidović from the Kultura Nova Foundation in Croatia were elected as Vice-Presidents. Michal Lázňovský from the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague, Theatre Faculty in the Czech Republic will serve as Treasurer and Elena Borin from Link Campus University - Rome in Italy as Secretary. Leticia Labaronne from ZHAW School of Management and Law Center for Arts Management in Switzerland and Violeta Simjanovska from Sibelius Academy, University of the Arts Helsinki in Finland are also serving on the board.
Entrusted by the ENCATC membership, the ENCATC Board for the 2021-2023 period will be furthering the network’s efforts to advocate for excellence in cultural management and cultural policy education and research, professionalise the cultural sector to make it sustainable, and provide the academic, research and professional communities a unique platform for discussion and exchange at the European and international level.