New speakers announced for #ENCATC2020

New speakers announced for #ENCATC2020

This year, the only Digital Congress on Cultural Management and Policy is focusing on "Cultural management and policy in a post-digital world – navigating uncertainty" next 3-11 November 2020.

Representatives from higher education institutions and international organisations will share new knowledge, innovative practices, and insightful experiences. Connecting from Australia, Croatia, Denmark, France, Italy, Puerto Rico, Serbia, and South Africa, our invited experts will be weighing in on different topics such as: Media convergence and audience development in a post-digital context; Education in a post-digital context; Post-digital Cultural Policy; Global Conversations: Decolonising cultural management education; Culture, Arts and Ethics in a post-digital context; and Digitisation and new business models for cultural institutions.

The 2020 Digital Congress speaker line up is being headlined by keynote speaker, Florian Cramer, a practice-oriented research professor at the Willem de Kooning Academy, Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences in The Netherlands, for whom  ‘post-digital’ does not refer to a situation where digital has been left behind, but rather to a context where digitisation is embedded in all spheres of life and profoundly marks cultural shifts and ongoing mutations – in a way that is remarkably different from how it did when it first broke into our societies. 

  • Milena Dragićević-Šešić, prof. emerita, University of Arts, Belgrade, Serbia
  • Xin Gu, Senior Lecturer, School of Media Film and Journalism, Monash University, Australia
  • Javier J. Hernández Acosta, Director – Business Administration Department, Universidad del Sagrado Corazón, Puerto Rico
  • Petar Jandrić, Professor, University of Applied Sciences in Zagreb, Croatia
  • Avril Joffe, Head, Department of Cultural Policy and Management, Wits School of Arts, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
  • Pier Luigi Sacco, Professor of Cultural Economics, IULM University Milan, Italy, and Head of the Venice Office, OECD
  • Bjarki Valtysson, Associate Professor in Modern Culture, Department of Arts and Cultural Studies, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Marilena Vecco, Professor of entrepreneurship, Burgundy School of Business, Dijon, Professor Associated to the Carmelle and Rémi Marcoux Chair in Arts Management, HEC Montréal, Canada

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