Managing the Arts in the Time of an Invisible Monster

We live in a critical time of global crisis, fear, uncertainty in all areas: healthcare, financial markets, tourism, entertainment business, arts, culture. Time where ONE virus, an “invisible monster” is trying to take over our Planet, changing the way we … Read More

Join our Informative and Inspiring Online Workshops: University of British Columbia

Cultural Entrepreneurship: University of British Columbia (March 6-20, 2018) Cultural entrepreneurs are encouraging economic growth and international visibility in communities around the world. In this workshop we will focus on the importance of cultural entrepreneurship for strategic management and policy-making. … Read More

NEW Online Workshop: Cultural Practices and Strategies in the Digital Realm

In 2017 we start a great new workshop at University of British Columbia, Centre for Cultural Planning and Development: “Cultural Practices and Strategies in a Digital Realm”! The registration is now open: In this workshop we will focus on … Read More

Blogging on Arts Management and Cultural Policy: Let’s Learn by Sharing!

Blogging is one of the phenomena of the 21 century and has been around for more than 10 years now.  Blogs (or “web-logs”) are effective online diaries – online spaces where people maintain and update information on a regular basis. … Read More

Artistic collaboration: could online groups create art?

Collaboration has a long history in art and has always been part of artists’ life. Artists are considered by many as “lonely creatures”, but they also need to perform, to be recognised, to be seen. They can hardly live without … Read More

Encouraging Digital Access to Culture: An Interview with Jonathan Drori

More often than ever cultural organisations look for new ways of using new technologies to create and share digital content and to communicate, respond and engage with wider audiences. Experimenting and developing digital content is becoming more and more a … Read More