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‘Post-‘ being linked to uncertainty, the exploration of the post-digital world is more timely than even before
Culture is of extraordinary importance today, and of necessity, as it shapes values that determine our future, notably in relation to powerful disruptive technological and scientific development (linked to progress in biotechnology, genetic or data processing) as well as political upheavals threatening democracy.
Belgium’s federal government has confirmed that self-employed persons in the events, leisure, artist and entertainment sectors are eligible for a relief package meant to cushion the effect of the coronavirus crisis.
The British Council has commissioned On the Move, the international cultural mobility network, to lead a study into the level of knowledge and experience held by European cultural operators in relation to disabled artists and their works.
Global lockdown measures have generated a wave of digitalisation, and the performing arts have undoubtedly been pulled in with it. As it is not that obvious for the live arts to jump from the real life domain to the Internet, we need to ask ourselves: what does this mean for the future of our sector? Based on the key findings of a short but effective survey we circulated among our members, this report compiles 7 key points covering the concerns with digitalisation and how to go about it effectively.
On 5 May 2020, ENCATC launched the call for applications for the 2020 ENCATC Research Award on Cultural Policy and Cultural Management. The deadline for application submissions is 07 July 2020 (midnight Brussels time).