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culture360.ASEF.org is looking for writers to contribute features and interviews to be published on its website in 2023. The publication is open to articles and interviews that focus on new research insights from various art disciplines and on the following themes: Cultural diplomacy and cultural relations, Cultural Policy Development, Heritage & Museums, Cultural Mobility Trends, Climate change and Sustainability, Education and professional development, Creative Industries, Digital media and technology. The call will be open throughout 2023 until 31 October with up to two articles selected per month.
Over the next four months, IN SITU Webinar series will address numerous themes that support the work of cultural and creative ecosystems in non-urban Europe, by bring together the knowledge of EU research projects and CCIs: cultural and creative industries organisations with years experience, in non-urban areas. Webinar N#1: What contributes to the viability of creative small-scale enterprises (CCIs) in non-urban areas? (September 28th, 2023)
The 17th International Conference on Arts and Cultural Management (AIMAC 2024) will be hosted by ISCTE, University Institute of Lisbon, Portugal from June 24th to 26th, 2024. Researchers are invited to submit proposals for paper presentations. The International Journal of Arts Management – the official Journal of AIMAC – will consider with interest submissions made by conference participants.
The 2023 Music In Africa Conference for Collaborations, Exchange and Showcases (ACCES) is excited to announce the release of the upcoming music trade show’s conference programme. ACCES 2023 is taking place in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, from 9 to 11 November.
The European Spaces of Culture initiative, co-funded by the European Commission, is looking for new innovative ideas for collaboration in cultural relations in non-EU countries, involving EU National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC) members, the EU and local partners outside the EU. The call aims to identify ideas for new cultural relations projects that can contribute to EU policy development in the field of international cultural relations.
Would you like to develop your evaluation skills so you can better understand and articulate the impact of your work? Together with the University of Leeds, the Centre for Cultural Value is launching a new course: Evaluation for Arts, Culture and Heritage: Principles and Practice. The course will provide insights from experts and will help you develop new approaches to evaluation. You can register now on the FutureLearn online platform, and the course content will be available from Monday 18 September 2023.