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Congress format

The 2021 ENCATC Digital Congress on Cultural Management and Policy is a global gathering designed for academics, trainers and researchers from the cultural management and policy educational fields with cross-disciplinary interests to mingle with professionals, policy makers, and artists and thus to bridge the knowledge gap, promote research esteem and the evolution of pedagogy.

The 2021 Congress format was built on these activities:

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The opening session and round table bring the most pertinent and exceptional content and programming on cultural management and policy. Attendees will learn from renowned international experts who will keynote and lead discussions with academics, researchers, cultural operators, representatives from local, regional, and national governments, artists, and policy makers.

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The Global Conversation offers an international platform for a global debate on education on cultural management and policy. It brings together perspectives from representatives from the networks of ENCATC, AAAE in the United States, TACPS in Asia as well as special invited guests.

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The Education and Research Session which gathers the international research and education community to unique interdisciplinary environment with the latest world- class research conducted in the field of cultural management and policy and the most innovative practices in teaching and training.

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The ENCATC Young and Emerging Researchers’ Forum offers the next generation of cultural management and cultural policy researchers the space to connect with their peers, present their work, and exchange with experienced researchers in our field.

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The ENCATC Fellowship Award Ceremony gives public recognition and reward an individual, group of people, or an institution that has demonstrated a significant (and consistent) contribution to the field of cultural management and/or cultural policy over a longer period of time.

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The ENCATC Research Award Ceremony celebrates best and most relevant recent doctoral thesis on comparative cultural policies or management topics presented by a young researcher.