DISCE researcher’s Roberta Comunian and Tamsyn Dent, both based at the Department for Culture, Media and Creative Industries (CMCI), King’s College London in collaboration with Jessica Tanghetti from the University of Venice Ca’ Foscari, will be presenting two papers at the Education and Research Session (E&RS) at the 2021 ENCATC Digital Conference “Artists in the spotlight! In search of new agendas for education and research in the cultural management and policy field”.
With its 2021 Digital Congress, ENCATC aims to provide a space for reflection on the implications for cultural management and policy education. Moreover, it will be focusing on the condition of artists with regard to the current, multi-dimensional crisis, encouraging an examination of the roles assigned to artists in society and the territory in the forthcoming scenarios.
The need for a new agenda for cultural policy has been brought to the table since almost the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak. A reflection on what has been done at a policy level to support artists and reframe their working conditions and social security in the current context is proposed in this track, which would also welcome policy recommendations for the shaping of a new agenda for cultural policy.
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