ART FORWARD. Cultural management: conflict&context

$eDate: “26 September 2023”

Event by ACMC – Arts & Cultural Management ConferenceCEU Culture Hub and Pro Progressione

We’re thrilled to announce a powerful collaboration between ACMC and C’MAN, Co-hosted by CEU Culture Hub, bringing you an event designed to empower students and professionals in the field of arts and cultural management.

Have you ever wondered how to make concerts more sustainable? How can arts and culture promote change, social discourse and cohesion? How can arts and culture be manipulated to drive oppression and propaganda?

The ACMC part of the event will take place between 27 and 29 September, and it will focus on the previously announced topic “Conflict & Context”. The workshops on cultural management will be held by C’MAN between 26 September and 1 October.

When? 26 September to 1 October at the Central European University in Vienna, Austria

The Art Forward conference and training program aim to present the diverse palette within cultural management research and practice. The program includes thought-provoking academic lectures from renowned professors and young researchers, panels comprised of actual practitioners, interactive workshops, concerts, and an exhibition that focuses on conflict and context, sustainability in international arts management and change management issues. The aim of the program is to create awareness about sensitivity issues in cultural management and to focus on sustainable and cutting-edge ideas and objectives in areas of conflict in the age of globalization. Altogether, we offer an immersive experience that we believe will broaden your perspectives on cultural management.

The Arts and Cultural Management Conference (ACMC) is a platform aimed at providing arts and culture students and professionals with the opportunity to present their research, exchange knowledge, and expand their professional network. Since 2018, the conference was hosted annually across various European cities including Hamburg (DE), Groningen (NL), Vienna (AT) and Bilbao (ES).

C’Man is an international project responding to current challenges of the Cultural and Creative Sectors by providing relevant training opportunities in Cultural Management. The initiative is coordinated by Pro Progressione, a Budapest-based artistic hub that connects people, professions and ambitions by designing international collaborations in the field of culture and it is funded under the Erasmus+ programme.

Disclaimer: Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them.

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