OPEN CALL FOR PARTICIPATION workshop series ART MATTERS Reclaim the Discourse November 16 - 17, 2018 Berlin, International Alumni Center (iac) https://chrrahn.typeform.com/to/oLXDD1 ART MATTERS opens up its new season. This year our practice-based workshop series is designed under the slogan Reclaim the Discourse focusing on the mediation of contemporary arts, when it comes to migration-related issues: How … Continue reading ART MATTERS Reclaim the Discourse November 16 – 17, 2018
We're pleased and very excited to announce the Annual Gathering of the Network that will take place between May 23 - 25, 2019 at Heilbronn University, Campus Künzelsau in Germany. More information plus a Call for Papers will follow soon. In the meantime, save the date!
We are pleased to inform you that you can already apply for the Aria Residency in Tehran to experience a one-month art residency. Aria Residency is a not-for-profit space which provides artists, curators, writers, critics and researchers the opportunity to live and create work in Tehran. By providing the accommodation and studio for Iranian and international residents, Aria aims … Continue reading Apply Now for an Art Residency in Iran, Tehran
This book review by Prof. Javier J. Hernandez Acosta of Dr Raphaela Henze's Introduction to International Arts Management is available in both English and Spanish. The text is below, and this is the link to the review as carried by Artsmanagement.net. Book Review: Introduction to International Arts Management by Raphaela Henze We need open conversations about how to decolonize the discipline … Continue reading Introduction to International Arts Management – Book Review
We are delighted to announce a special issue in Arts Management on Cultural Inequalities. When we started the international and interdisciplinary network Brokering Intercultural Exchange with a generous grant from the UK’s Arts & Humanities Research Council, we were deeply convinced that deeper, critical consideration and dialogue is needed between researchers, practitioners, educators, and students … Continue reading Special Issue on Cultural Inequalities for Arts Management Quarterly
Art Leadership in Contemporary Contexts Arts Leadership in Contemporary Contexts (Routledge Advances in Art and Visual Studies) by Associate Professor Jo Caust, Principal Fellow (Hon), School of Culture and Communication, University of Melbourne, Jo.firstname.lastname@example.org. Readers will find several case studies demonstrating different aspects of arts leadership from across the globe. It is available in hard cover … Continue reading New publication on Art Leadership in Contemporary Contexts
Participants of our second seminar held in Belfast in April 2017 reflected on the impact of bringing practitioners, researchers and policymakers together to reflect on arts and cultural management practice in intercultural contexts. Issues of policy, language and terminology, and the value of hearing different perspectives for fostering reflexive practice.
Music Begins Where Words End Music in the Context of German Foreign Cultural Policy by David Maier, born 1982, cultural manager, working for the city council of Offenbach am Main, Germany. As an artistic director he is curating several festivals, events, and venues such as Worms: Jazz and Joy, POP UP Festival, and more. Furthermore, he … Continue reading Music Begins Where Words End. Music in the Context of German Foreign Cultural Policy
Sarah Herke has been working for MitOst e.V. with internationally engaged cultural managers for the past ten year. She currently coordinates the Department for Cultural Exchange. As freelance cultural manager and systemic consultant, Astrid Thews is involved with various civic and cultural projects and networks in Germany & Egypt and different other countries … Continue reading “How to overcome Paternalism in International Cultural Management and Collaboration”: A Conversation between Sarah Herke and Astrid Thews
Artist Khaled Barakeh discusses his new initiative, the Syria Cultural Index, dedicated to mapping and connecting the Syrian artistic community around the globe and showcasing their work to wider audience. Two years ago I decided to move to Berlin. The city became a meeting ground for a community of Syrian cultural producers who shared common hopes and experiences, … Continue reading Syria Cultural Index: Reflections from artist Khaled Barakeh