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LabforCulture starts the autumn with a feature on Social entrepreneurship. Following on from the review of the financial crisis and the cultural sector,it wanted to focus on new trends in working practices, applicable in and out of the cultural sector.
In this groundbreaking new book, leading museum professionals contribute practical and inspiring essays on how their institutions are responding to the new social challenges of the 21st century.
This new book contains practical, inspirational case studies written by senior museum and gallery professionals and academics from the USA, Europe and Africa. Examining best practice, it shows how imaginative, responsive services for children and young people can have a transformational effect on a museum and its visitor profile as a whole.
An affaire is brewing as the French return from the beaches that may even relegate the Bruni-Allen talk. It concerns the Egyptian culture minister, his candidacy to head the Paris-based United Nations cultural agency Unesco, and his past talk of burning Israeli books.
How do art organisations respond to the challenges faced by the development of online networking platforms? What are the most popular digital tools and social networks? The results will show you, as a museum professional, the current trends of online activity as a part of communications strategies and it will help you anticipate the potential of online tools for the future.
From the mid-1980s, Hungarian-born investor and philanthropist George Soros pumped hundreds of millions of dollars into foundations in Eastern Europe dedicated to promoting the idea of the "open society" and challenging the region's Soviet-backed regimes. Here, writing exclusively for CNN.com, he describes how the work of his foundations ultimately contributed to the collapse of communism.