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We sat down with Iphigenia Taxopoulou, Associate Partner at Julie’s Bicycle and General Secretary at mitos21. She will be our coach at the ENCATC Breakfast Training “Cultural Management and Environmental Sustainability” on 14 December in Brussels. We wanted to learn more about her background and what participants can expect from the training.
For issue N°89 of ENCATC's PRAXIS e-magazine for students, we interviewed Elena Borin, winner of the 2016 ENCATC Research Award on Cultural Policy and Cultural Management. We wanted to learn about her research career and what she would share with cultural management and cultural policy students interested in following a similar path.
We interviewed Dr. Annika Hampel, a winner of the 2015 ENCATC Research Award on Cultural Policy and Cultural Management. On 28 September 2017 she will be presenting “Fair Cooperation. A New Paradigm for Cultural Diplomacy and Arts Management”, the third book to be published in the ENCATC Book Series on Cultural Management and Cultural Policy Education. In anticipation of the book launch, we caught up with Annika to learn about what she has been up to since winning the Award.
We interviewed Romina Surace, senior researcher at the Symbola Foundation in Italy to learn the foundation’s reasons to join ENCATC, a new report it published in 2017 entitled “I am Culture”, as well as exciting projects the foundation is working on that could be interesting for ENCATC members and followers.
The new study out in 2017 on “How to place audiences at the centre of cultural organisations” was undertaken by a consortium led by ENCATC member, Fondazione Fitzcarraldo, together with Culture Action Europe, ECCOM and Intercult. ENCATC was also proud to be an associate partner of this project.
We sat down with member Alessandra Gariboldi from Fondazione Fitzcarraldo who was one of the study’s authors. We wanted to learn more about how the study came about, interesting outcomes for ENCATC members, and what’s next.
We recently sat down with ENCATC Research Award winner Alessia Usai. Her book “The Creative City. Cultural Policies and urban regeneration between conservation and development” has been published in the ENCATC Book Series on Cultural Management and Cultural Policy Education. Learn how the Award has impacted the career of a talented young researcher.
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Internships have become an increasingly important part of the career preparation of today’s cultural managers and policy makers. Are you looking to make the most of your internship experience? And are you curious about how others have experienced their cultural traineeships, and what they have learned? Learn more about one of ENCATC’s previous interns, Ines De Corte, and what she learned during her successful traineeship.
ENCATC spoke with Maaike Wuyts, founder and general manager of Aubergine Artist Management, a company that supports musicians, especially jazz musicians. Learn how the company has developed and grown over the years!
Thousands of creative professionals and cultural organisations across Europe have used crowdfunding to raise money for their projects. However, research shows that lack of awareness and understanding of crowdfunding are among the main reasons why actors in the cultural and creative sectors (CCS) do not make use of this tool. In order to overcome this information gap, Crowdfunding4Culture has been launched with the aim of bringing crowdfunding closer to CCS.
We sat down with Kleitia Zeqo, a consultant for the study Crowdfunding4Culture, a EU funded pilot initiative whose aim is to make crowdfunding more accessible to creative professional and cultural organisation. We wanted to talk about the study and prepare as she will be our guest trainer at the ENCATC Breakfast on Crowfunding for Culture next 17 February in Brussels.
For this interview, ENCATC spoke with Joëlle Yana, co-founder of La Tricoterie, a space for making connections in Brussels, Belgium. She shared with us her experience as a young entrepreneur and what she has learned from building her business and what she has taken away so far from the experience.
For this interview, ENCATC spoke with Hanaë Grimal, one of the founders of the CHapet Hill, a publicity and audiovisual agency in Diijon, France. She recently attended the 2nd Encounters of Cultural and Creative Entrepreneurship on 23 and 24 November 2016, organised by ENCATC member, The Burgundy School of Business with the Coursive Boutaric, creative business center. As a young cultural entrepreneur with a successful business we were eager to learn more!
ENCATC had the pleasure to interview Valentine Avoh, a talented young designer who has had success launching her own brand and working with satisfied clients. She opened up about her experience as a young entrepreneur and what she could share with students and early career cultural managers looking to build their own business.
ENCATC spoke with Alessandro Cozzutto, the creator of an innovated idea that helps people to ﬁlm and edit videos using only a smartphone. We learned what it’s like to run new a business like the Once upon a time in Anderlecht, what impact or inﬂuence can this project have on the cultural sector and what is the most diﬃcult challenge to getting started.
ENCATC was introduced to Emanuele Butticé, a young Belgian entrepreneur to learn about his innovated idea that enables people to rent out their homes for a couple of hours and enables customers (corporate and private) to ﬁnd unique places to host their event. We learned what it’s like to run new a business like the OneHouseStand and what is the most diﬃcult challenge to getting started.
“Piedra, la arqueología a la vuelta de la esquinad” is dedicated to the relationship between archaeology and mass culture. ENCATC spoke with Tono Vizcaíno to learn about his passion and project to engage citizens in having a more connected relationship with the heritage surrounding their everyday lives.
ENCATC sat down with Anne Giraud, a young and innovative French entrepreneur to learn about how she created her company La Petite Idée, the challenges she has faced, and lessons learned. We also heard how her collaboration with ENCATC helped to expand her professional proﬁle to a European level.