Anne Krebs

Head of the Socio-Economic Studies and Research Division, Research and Collection Department, Musée du Louvre, France

Anne Krebs is Deputy Head of the Dominique-Vivant Denon Research Centre and Head of Socio-Economic Studies and Research Division at the Louvre Museum’s Research and Collection Department. The studies programme (sociology – statistics – cultural economics) is covering visitors’ practices and forecast studies, cultural trends and cultural consumption as regards the Louvre museum cultural policy and development area. Academic research programmes are conducted in partnership with French and international universities. They address the social and economic role of museums; Human Health and the impact of Art practices on Well-being; Cultural Digital Policies; Sociology of individual giving to support Art and Culture.


14:30 - 15:00

21 october 2021 - Day 3

Bauhaus Debate: What is the role of culture facing the digital revolution challenge? Some reflections for a research agenda

Chair by Lluís Bonet and Panelists: Xavier Troussard, Ena Hodžić, Anne Krebs, and María Castellanos