Cultural policy tracker

Loh, Michelle and Wong, Audrey (2022) Cultural policy tracker. ENCATC (1). pp. 1-52.

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ENCATC Cultural Policy Tracker.pdf

Item Type: Article
Title: Cultural policy tracker

The pandemic crisis has shown us how essential art and culture are to our
lives, how they make us connect across walls and differences, and how much they
are the very foundation of our societies and our humanity. This insight must not be forgotten, and it must be reflected on the political decision-making level, now and in the future. There is no return to “the old normal”, but there is now an opportunity, a necessity even, to rethink the value and centrality of arts and culture to us individuals, communities, nations, the European Union. Recent scholarly work has tended to stress the importance of more participatory and transparent approaches to cultural policy-making and indeed our membership asked ENCATC to be more involved in the shaping of cultural policy of the future and to be able to impact policy development and cultural policies that are responsive to culture and creative sectors’ local needs.

Subjects: Arts Management
Divisions: Faculty for the Creative Industries > BA - Arts Management
Depositing User: Ms Hayati Misrom
Date Deposited: 11 Aug 2022 01:51
Last Modified: 12 Oct 2022 08:36
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