ENCATC DIGITAL CONGRESS

3rd-11th November 2020


Cultural management and policy in a post-digital world – navigating uncertainty

‘Post-‘ being linked to uncertainty, the exploration of the post-digital world is more timely than even
before. In a post-digital context, digitisation is embedded in all spheres of life and profoundly marks
cultural shifts and ongoing mutations. What new, unforeseen challenges emerge for the cultural
sector in a post-digital context and, in particular, after the coronavirus outbreak?

The ENCATC Congress aims to provide a space for encounter, to learn from leading experts,
get to common questions and look for common answers that may help all actors in the cultural
management and policy sphere navigate uncharted waters.

 

Who will be speaking?


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GiannaLia Cogliandro Beyens
ENCATC Secretary General
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Florian Cramer
reader (lector)
Willem de Kooning Academy, Hogeschool Rotterdam
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Madeleine de Cock Buning
Vice President for Public Policy EMEA at Netflix
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Milena Dragićević Šešić
prof. Emerita, University of Arts, Belgrade, Serbia
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Ali FitzGibbon
2020 ENCATC Research Award Finalist
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Piero Luigi Fratini
Selection coordinator, Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency, European Commission
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Ana Gaio
Director MA Global Creative Industries, City University of London, United Kingdom
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Xin Gu
Senior Lecturer, School of Media Film and Journalism, Monash University, Australia
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Jan Hančil
Rector, Academy of Performing Arts in Prague, Czech Republic
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Javier J. Hernández Acosta
Director – Business Administration Department,, Universidad del Sagrado Corazón, Puerto Rico
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Francesca Imperiale
ENCATC President and Associate Professor, University of Salento, Italy
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Petar Jandrić
Professor, University of Applied Sciences in Zagreb, Croatia
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Avril Joffe
Head, Department of Cultural Policy and Management, Wits School of Arts, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
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Tanja Johansson
ENCATC Vice-President, Professor and Head the Arts Management Department, Sibelius Academy, University of the Arts Helsinki, Finland
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Eman Kandil
2020 ENCATC Research Award Finalist
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Michal Lázňovský
Head of Dpt. of Arts Management, of Theatre Faculty, Academy of Performing Arts in Prague, Czech Republic
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Yi Lin
Distinguished Professor of Cheung Kong Scholar and Director, National Centre for Research into Intercultural Communication of Arts (NCRICA), School of Arts, Peking University, China
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Gianpiero Lotito
CEO and Founder, FacilityLive, Italy
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Pier Luigi Sacco
Professor of Cultural Economics, IULM University Milan, Italy, and Head of the Venice Office, OECD
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Catherine Magnant
Head of the Unit in charge of Culture Policy, DG EAC, European Commission
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Toru Morikawa
Executive Director, Asia Europe Foundation (ASEF)
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Rocío Nogales
2020 ENCATC Research Award Finalist
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Ernesto Ottone Ramírez
Assistant Director-General for Culture of UNESCO
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Ingeborg Radok Žádná
vice Rector, Academy of Performing Arts in Prague, Czech Republic
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Ruth Rentschler
Professor Arts & Cultural Leadership, University of South Australia Business School
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Alan Salzenstein
Professor/Director, Performing Arts Management/Arts Leadership, DePaul University, United States
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Anastasiia Sedova
2020 ENCATC Research Award Finalist
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Davide Usai
Executive Director, Fondo Ambiente Italiano (FAI), Italy
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Bjarki Valtýsson
Associate Professor, Modern Culture at the Department of Arts and Cultural Studies, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
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Marilena Vecco
Professor of entrepreneurship, Burgundy School of Business, Dijon, France and Professor Associated to the Carmelle and Rémi Marcoux Chair in Arts Management, HEC Montréal, Canada
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Sabine Verheyen
MEP, Chair of the European Parliament's Committee on Culture and Education
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Harry Verwayen
Executive Director, Europeana Foundation
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David Vuillaume
Chair of the Network of European Museum Organisations (NEMO)
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What’s the ENCATC Digital Congress?
The ENCATC Digital Congress is the only global event dedicated to the advancement of theory, education, research and practice on cultural management and policy.

Who is participating?
The Congress gathers academics, trainers and researchers from the cultural management and policy educational fields with cross-disciplinary interests, cultural professionals, policy makers, artists, and students.

What’s on in 2020?
During these uncertain times and with the safety of the ENCATC community in our hearts, the 2020 Congress will be digital but without sacrificing the same access to world-class content our members and followers rely on and trust.

This year from 3-11 November, your ticket will give you access to keynote speeches, panel debates, live speaker Q&A, networking areas, the Annual Education and Research Session, and the ENCATC Research Award Ceremony.

Book now

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A new digital experience. We are investing in latest digital event technology software to offer an exciting immersive experience in various digital formats connecting you directly to the people, ideas, and resources you need.

World-renowned experts. Access an even greater and more diverse pool of knowledge and experiences thanks to experts and leaders joining us online from across the globe. 

Career growth and advancement. Make your work known to a wide international audience and take advantage of the Congress’ speaking and publishing opportunities

Cross-sector networking. Benefit from the latest networking technology to establish connections with all sectors in arts and culture and across the private, public, academic and NGO sectors.

A zero-carbon event. The Congress will use modern technology to maximize opportunities for participation, offer a sustainable experience, and minimize harmful greenhouse gas emissions.

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What’s the ENCATC Digital Congress?
The ENCATC Digital Congress is the only global event dedicated to the advancement of theory, education, research and practice on cultural management and policy.

Who is participating?
The Congress gathers academics, trainers and researchers from the cultural management and policy educational fields with cross-disciplinary interests, cultural professionals, policy makers, artists, and students.

What’s on in 2020?
During these uncertain times and with the safety of the ENCATC community in our hearts, the 2020 Congress will be digital but without sacrificing the same access to world-class content our members and followers rely on and trust.

This year from 3-11 November, your ticket will give you access to keynote speeches, panel debates, live speaker Q&A, networking areas, the Annual Education and Research Session, and the ENCATC Research Award Ceremony.

Book now

A new digital experience. We are investing in latest digital event technology software to offer an exciting immersive experience in various digital formats connecting you directly to the people, ideas, and resources you need.

World-renowned experts. Access an even greater and more diverse pool of knowledge and experiences thanks to experts and leaders joining us online from across the globe. 

Career growth and advancement. Make your work known to a wide international audience and take advantage of the Congress’ speaking and publishing opportunities

Cross-sector networking. Benefit from the latest networking technology to establish connections with all sectors in arts and culture and across the private, public, academic and NGO sectors.

A zero-carbon event. The Congress will use modern technology to maximize opportunities for participation, offer a sustainable experience, and minimize harmful greenhouse gas emissions.

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