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The publication, originally published in 2006 by the Arts Council, incorporates recent and current changes in legislation, particularly through the Companies Act 2014 and establishment of the Charities Regulatory Authority under the 2009 Charities Act.
IFACCA has received a small grant from the Asia-Europe Foundation, under its Creative Networks program, to support the THRIVE project, which aims to document and share information about good practices in strategic planning for culture networks with a view to improving practices, inspiring network leaders, and providing a resource for networks in Asia and Europe.
Arts Council Malta has joined the European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC), a network which aims to expand the role of culture in Europe, and to strengthen cultural dialogue, exchange and sustainable cooperation with countries outside the EU. The membership was unanimously approved in Madrid earlier today when the General Assembly voted officially to accept Arts Council Malta as its latest member.
Arts Council Malta has joined the EU National Institutes for Culture (Eunic), a network which aims to expand the role of culture in Europe and to strengthen cultural dialogue, exchange and sustainable cooperation with countries outside the EU.
Trans Europe Halles is looking for a driven and experienced Communications Development Director to help the network to establish itself as a leading network for professional development and exchange in the international cultural sector.
2014 ENCATC Annual Conference report New Challenges for the Arts and Culture: Is it just about money?which has been produced to offer to ENCATC members and followers stimulating material produced during this major international event held from 17-19 September 2014 in Brno, Czech Republic. The report includes a summary of the conferences activities and articles contributions from a keynote speaker, researchers from the ENCATC Award and the 5th ENCATC Annual Research Session, and a cultural operator. I hope that this report will offer some exciting teaching material for programmes on cultural management and cultural policy in Europe and beyond and can advance the reflection on innovative thinking about all aspects of arts that impact our society: social, aesthetic and economic ones. This publication was possible thanks to the Media partnership set up by ENCATC with the Arts Management Network. This collaborative work proves that inspiring projects are not only about money but could result from strategic partnerships with key stakeholders from inside or outside the cultural sector.