2013-08-29

Arts Management Newsletter

No 116: Curating and Arts Management

In this newsletter you will read an interview with Julia Draganovic, who is the new director of the exhibition center Kunsthalle Osnabrück, Germany. She speaks about the profession as curator and art manager, her strategy to en- gage the audience, and her approach how to connect art and new media.
We also publish - as every year - the Summary Paper of the 4th Kufstein Summer School for Arts Management in Palea Epidavros/Greece, which took place in May 2013.
 
We were so sad to hear from the death of Colin Mercer on 4 July 2013. He was the United Kingdoms first Professor of Cultural Policy and Director of the Cultural Policy and Planning Research Unit at The Nottingham Trent University from 1999-2003.

In our latest issue of this Newsletter in June 2013, we published his article "Cultural Planning and the Creative Economy", originally a paper for a speech he wanted to held in Berlin at the Cultural Policy Congress at the same month. As a specialist in strategic research and development for the cultural sector, he built the bridge between creative economy, cultural mapping, cultural planning and cultural policy. Our hearts and thoughts go out to his family, friends and colleagues.

We also publish - as every year - the Summary Paper of the 4th Kufstein Summer School for Arts Management in Palea Epidavros/Greece, which took place in May 2013.

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SPECIAL FOCUS - Curating and Arts Management
  • Interview with Julia Draganovic about Curating and Art Management - Page 2
  • Summary Paper of the 4th Kufstein Summer School for Arts Management - Page 6
  • International PhD program Mediation of Arts and Culture, Marseille & Hildesheim - Page 13

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