Length: 227 pages
On the occasion of the network's 25th anniversary in 2017, this publication retraces the history, people and events that shaped ENCATC and what it has been able to achieve for the field of cultural management and policy.
This publication will help you better understand the peculiar utilization of the different social media available nowadays to increase the audience of your organisation.
This book published by ENCATC is a compilation of papers presented in the framework of the 8th Annual ENCATC Research Session held during the 25th ENCATC Congress "Click, Connect and Collaborate! New directions in sustaining cultural networks."
"Cultural Management Education in Risk Societies - Towards a Paradigm and Policy Shift?!" is a compilation of papers presented in the framework of the 7th Annual ENCATC Research Session and published by ENCATC.
“The Ecology of Culture: Community Engagement, Co-creation, Cross Fertilization” is a compilation of papers presented in the framework of the 6th Annual ENCATC Research Session and published by ENCATC.
Arts and Health is defined in a broad sense as "a point where the interests, resources and expertise of the arts and health sector intersect" and encompasses a broad range of practices. This compilation of articles delves into the challenges faced by arts and health projects and practices – challenges such as sustainability and education/training – on their path to improve the well-being of clients in social and health care sectors.
Partcipants of the 15th Annual ENCATC Conference on Entrepreneudship and Education in Cultural Life, Göteborg, Sweden 2007.
The 15th anniversary was a very important milestone for ENCATC: fifteen years of common learning experiences, of unique networking, of exciting training activities and of European joint projects. To celebrate this event, ENCATC decided to publish this booklet to share with colleagues personal experiences about being a member of ENCATC.
Le premier atelier de l’ENCATC consacré à "la médiation dans les lieux patrimoniaux" s’est tenu à Fontevraud les 31 mars et 1er avril 2006. Cet atelier a réuni 24 participants en provenance de 5 pays européens. L’ENCATC se réjouit de diffuser le résultat de ces journées fécondes, sous la forme de ce rapport élaboré par Claire Giraud-Labalte. Parmi les premiers fruits de cette rencontre, ENCATC est très heureux de compter les échanges qui perdurent entre les participants, l’enrichissement de la bibliographie, la création d’un groupe universitaire de réflexion sur la médiation, et le renforcement des liens avec d’autres réseaux également concernés par ce thème.
This publication provides a survey of the situation of training in cultural management in 2003, showing an impressive contrast between established training systems in Western Europe and the USA, and the developing situation in Eastern Europe and former Soviet Union countries. It gives an analysis of the shortcomings and difficulties in adapting the former training systems to the new needs which have evolved with the current social, political and economic changes. The publication also allows graduate and post-graduate students and practitioners to more easily identify training courses and programmes that correspond to their needs. Furthermore, it constitutes an important tool for developing co-operation among cultural management educators and trainers. CLT-2003/WS/05