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The annual NEMO report in 2023 will offer an overview of climate related policies that address museums in Europe. NEMO will hire an external researcher to conduct and compile the research that will be presented in the report. Proposals from interested researchers are welcome until 31 March 2023.
Communicating the Arts are looking for a variety of voices from the cultural sector to come share experiences, best practices and fresh perspectives on the theme of Art + Technology at their upcoming conference.
Mr Chris Ballard will discuss issues relating to Intangible Cultural Heritage in a Climate of Emergency
Applications are now open for Oxford Cultural Leaders 2023, the acclaimed cultural leadership programme which has developed an international reputation as a vital training ground for senior leaders in the arts and cultural sector worldwide. For the first time since the pandemic, Oxford Cultural Leaders (OCL) will offer both a residential and online programme for 2023.
Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture) is hosting each year a forum to discuss the current and important themes in the field of arts & culture. This year’s forum will focus on the value and potential that arts & culture bring to our cities.
Online participatory forum, February 23: What is the impact of digital tools on the relationship between arts and culture education professionals and their audiences? How can culture foster inclusion and bridge the digital divide? What does co-creation look like in the digital age? Three years after the start of the pandemic, artists, cultural professionals and policy makers, RESEO members or not, are invited to address these questions at the WHAT'S NEXT? which will mark the end of the international research project Mind the Gap.