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This call for papers invites academics, policy analysts, practitioners and policy makers from the arts, cultural heritage and community sectors to submit abstracts for consideration around participation and engagement in the arts by6 January 2014.
The Centre for Social Studies (Centro de Estudos Sociais CES), a State Associate Laboratory at the University of Coimbra in Portugal, is calling for the submission of papers and panel/workshop proposals from academics, researchers, public administrators, architects, planners and artists for an international conference and symposium. Closing date for submissions is 14 February 2014.
The Presidents Committee on the Arts and Humanities has published an interim report on its signature initiative, Turnaround Arts. Authored by an evaluation team from Booz Allen Hamilton and the Urban Education Institute at the University of Chicago, the report examines progress indicators for Turnaround Arts schools in their first year.
The International Scientific Committee of the International Conference on Cultural Policy Research (ICCPR) hereby addresses universities, research institutions, researchers and research administrators who might be interested in hosting the Ninth International Conference on Cultural Policy Research.
Vinja Kisic, 27 years old from Serbia, studying at the Centre for Museology and Heritology, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade, is the winner of the 10th Cultural Policy Research Award 2013 (CPRA).
A group of organisations in Manchester have signed up for the Quality Metrics Pilot, a project exploring ways to capture the quality and reach of arts and cultural productions. During a trial period at the end of this year, these organisations will test an app that allows audiences to rate their experience.