Dialogue of Networks

Exploring the International Arts and Cultural Management Agenda

dovecot weavingAs an extension of AAAE’s partnership and collaborations with ENCATC, the two organizations will come together to host a Dialogue of Networks on May 31, 2017 at the start of the conference.

Through facilitated dialogue intended to explore the current issues and key conversations in arts and cultural management training, thought leaders and educators assembled will begin the process of identifying and shaping an international arts and cultural management education agenda.

The first assembly of its kind, this is a timely dialogue designed to create a sustained global agenda for the arts and cultural management training field. This dialogue group is comprised of key international leaders. As geo-political and social climates shift around the world, this leadership group will aim to forecast trends, issues, and areas of concern, and begin the process of building an agenda. This will be a sustained conversation, and will extend into ENCATC’s fall conference programming as well.

The event will be hosted and run by leadership from both AAAE and ENCATC:

hosts for global dialogue

Participating Entities:

European Centre for Creative Economy, Dortmund
Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, China
University in Poznań, Poland
University of London, UK
Arcada University, Helsinki, Finland
Karlshochschule, Germany
LaSalle College, Singapore
University del Salento, Italy
AIMAC Conference
Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands
Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, Scotland
New York University, New York USA
Social Theory, Politics, and the Arts Conference
Los Andes University, Bogota, Colombia
University of Westminster, London UK
Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong
University of Edinburgh, Scotland
Xinghai Conservatory of Music, Guangdong, China
Association of Arts Administration Educators, USA
ENCATC, Belgium

 

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