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Welcome to ENCATC's newest online publication/encatcSCHOLAR – designed to be a unique tool for education and lifelong learning on arts and cultural management and policy.
Composed of articles, exclusive interviews, case studies, conference reports and more, /encatcSCHOLAR was born to satisfy the growing demand for the latest teaching material from academics, researchers, cultural operators and students in over 40 countries around the world.
Editors: GiannaLia Cogliandro Beyens, ENCATC; Cristina Ortega Nuere, 3Walks (Spain)
With a new vision of cultural heritage gaining prominence, UNESCO encourages integration of intangible cultural heritage (ICH) in training programmes for future decision-makers and professionals in related fields, such as heritage studies, cultural management or sustainable development. However, despite international recognition of ICH and its critical importance for sustainable development, the theme has been largely neglected in relevant studies in almost all the world regions.
In this context, the UNESCO-ENCATC project “Learning on intangible heritage: building teachers’ capacity for a sustainable future” aimed to revisit the training programmes of universities, as well as to strengthen their capacity building in ICH and, by doing that, help UNESCO raise awareness about the 2003 Convention and its purpose. This project was implemented by ENCATC under UNESCO’s Participation Programme 2016-2017 and in partnership with 3Walks-Cultural Research, Training and Knowledge and Social Transfer. Dr. Cristina Ortega, director of 3Walks and an ENCATC member, was in charge of the scientific coordination of this project.
>>> ACCESS THE SPECIAL ISSUE THAT INCLUDES:
- Editorial: Learning on Intangible Cultural Heritage by Cristina Ortega, 3Walks
- Research: A UNESCO-ENCATC project identifies higher education programmes on ICH by ENCATC and 3Walks
- Network: Latin America and the Caribbean Academic Cooperation Network on ICH by Frédéric Vacheron, Villa Ocampo UNESCO Observatory
- Case Analysis: Intangible Search Inventory by laria Guglielmetti, Polytechnic University of Milan, School of Design and Agostina Lavagnino, Etnographical and Social History Archive of Lombardy Region
- Proceedings: UNESCO-ENCATC Round table by 3 Walks and ENCATC
With this newest publication, ENCATC wants to further explore this topic of networks and make a contribution for its study in cultural management and policy classrooms. Therefore, this issue is devoted to the topic of the sustainability of networks, understood as the common effort to enhance the relationship between cultural projects and sustainability through cooperation.
>>> ACCESS ISSUE N°09 THAT INCLUDES:
- Editorial: Further learning about the sustainability of cultural networks by GiannaLia Cogliandro Beyens, ENCATC
- Context: Network Governance by Anna Steinkamp, Independent consultant for international cultural cooperation, Germany
- Proceedings: ENCATC’s 25th Congress looks to the current and future trends of cultural management and cultural policy by ENCATC
- Angles: Get on your feet! by Irma de Jong, Cicerone Music & Art, The Netherlands
- Angles: Pull together to get the Lights on! by Nina Luostarine, Humak University of Applied Sciences, Finland
- Case Analysis: Participation Triangle by Aleksandra Tatarczuk, Dwie Ole collective, Poland
- Case Analysis: Impacts of the cultural policy on the independent culture by Zuzana Timcikova, Institute of Theatre and Film Research Art Research Centre, Slovak Academy of Sciences in Bratislava, Slovakia
- Case Analysis: Networks and synergies in the cultural sector. A case study in opera by Olga Kolokytha, University of Vienna, Austria
- Teaching Experiences: Network of Cybersecurity Classrooms for Kids by Rui A. S. Esteves, Área Metropolitana do Porto, Portugal
- Interview: Inter-sectoral connections between cultural venues and sustainability: the challenging work of Julie’s Bicycle with Lucy Latham by Ginevra Addis, IMT School for Advanced Studies, Lucca, Italy