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Insights and Tools for Managing Arts Projects with Societal Impact

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MAPSI CONFERENCE CALL

Conference and study visits

Insights and Tools for Managing Arts Projects with Societal Impact

July 6-7th 2015 in Tallinn

Aim of the conference

The conference aims to bring together researchers, academics, students and educators as well as practitioners involved with artistic and societal activities in order to explore the emerging issues around the managing art project with societal impact topic. As a part of the conference, the study visits to organizations involved with societal impact of art will take place. The program will be also enriched with the optional study visits on July 6th and showcasing of Estonian music.

Key speakers

Key-speakers of the conference are Dr Eleonora Belfiore, Associate Professor of Cultural Policy, Director of Studies of the Warwick Commission on the Future of Cultural Value, and one of the main tutors for the MA in International Cultural Policy and Management; Takaya Kawamura, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Business, Osaka City University and Hanna Brotherus, Finnish choreographer.

Practicalities

For all registered participants, the conference is free of charge. The conference is organized and supported by European Commission (EACEA) Lifelong Learning Programme.

Please find out more at the MAPSI program web site – http://www.mapsi.eu/mapsi-conference-in-tallinn/

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