The Performing Arts Administration (PAA) and Visual Arts Administration (VAA) graduate programs at NYU Steinhardt invite academics, researchers, practitioners, policymakers, artists, and students around the world to join the upcoming 2021 ENCATC Academy on Cultural Relations “International Cultural Cooperation: Renew, Reimagine, Reconnect.” The ENCATC Academy will explore recent challenges in cultural relations and diplomacy. PAA Program Director and Secretary of the Board of Directors of ENCATC, Dr. Richard Maloney, will participate in a panel discussion on the first day of the Academy.
May 12 - RENEW - How Academic Institutions Can be Multipliers for International Cooperation
This session is devoted to discussing the roles, mechanisms and practices that enable academics and researchers to develop international cooperation projects.
May 13 - REIMAGINE - Global North and Global South Cultural Co-operation: Working Towards inclusive and Equitable Collaborations and Partnerships
This session focuses on the implicit and explicit principles guiding cultural co-operation, and the structures, conditions, and processes that facilitate their development and implementation.
May 14 - RECONNECT - Networks Enabling People to (Re)connect in Pandemic Times
Focusing on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on international cultural co-operation, the panelists will explore the shift to online work and its impact on international cultural co-operation.
The 2021 ENCATC Academy is an initiative of ENCATC, European Network on Cultural Management and Policy, organized in partnership with New York University, Goldsmiths University of London, the University of Barcelona, the Association of Arts Administration Educators, and with the support of the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.
To learn more about the Academy and how to register (free), please visit the ENCATC website.