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Intercultural Relations in Arts and Cultural Management

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Raphaela Henze, co-investigator of Brokering Intercultural Exchange, provided context for this fourth seminar of our 2017 series, held at Goldsmith's, University of London in Nov. www.managingculture.net

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Intercultural Relations in Arts and Cultural Management

  1. 1. Brokering Intercultural Exchange Intercultural Relations in Arts and Cultural Management Practice 15.01.2018 Seite 1
  2. 2. Network Goals  Gather researchers with practitioners, policymakers, educators and students to share knowledge and uncover new areas of research  Learn how arts and cultural management practitioners, policymakers, educators and students perceive and experience intercultural exchange within international arenas of practice and education  Apply ethnic, historical, postcolonial, global, intercultural, and cultural studies to these perspectives to examine dominant terminology, structures and traditions shaping arts and cultural management practice and education  Enable new research projects examining intercultural work in arts and cultural management  Share findings, bibliography and documentation to foster policy impact, further study and networking 15.01.2018 Seite 1
  3. 3. www.managingculture.net 15.01.2018 Seite 1
  4. 4. Network Seminars 1: Framing Art and Cultural Management: The relationship of the management of arts and cultural objects to globalisation, internationalisation, and migration (Heilbronn University, Künzelsau, Jan 2017) 2: Dominant Ideologies: Examining Institutions, Habits and Terminology in the Profession (Queen’s University Belfast, April 6th and 7th 2017) 3: Intercultural Relations in Arts/Cultural Management Higher Education, (Zurich University of the Arts , July 6th and 7th 2017) 4: Intercultural Relations in Practice (Goldsmiths, University of London, Nov 16th and 17th 2017) 15.01.2018 Seite 1
  5. 5. This seminar This seminar will explore how historical, institutional, and social assumptions and traditions of arts and cultural management are exchanged and reproduced through the intercultural exchanges that take place in arts and cultural management practice. 15.01.2018 Seite 1
  6. 6. Day 1 is about the development, design, and funding of policies and projects for building intercultural understanding between nations. 15.01.2018 Seite 1
  7. 7. Day 2 is about the development, design, and funding of policies and projects to promote intercultural exchange between minority groups within nations. This activity often emphasises supporting and enhancing culturally diverse arts audiences, artists and productions within nations. 15.01.2018 Seite 1
  8. 8. Thank you very much for joining this seminar of Brokering Intercultural Exchange 15.01.2018 Seite 1

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