28 Oct| 10:30 – 17:30, National Library of Romania, Bucharest
29 Oct| 10:30 – 15:00, National Library of Romania, Bucharest
A platform for debate and dialogue, the conference has quickly become the most important reunion of managers from public cultural instutions, of cultural independent entrepreneurs in Romania, of cultural management experts, as well as representatives of funding authorities. The topic of this edition is “The problems of the legal framework and the problems issued from the management of the public institutions”.
For the second time in a row, the event will host three international guests, representating famous institutions: Professor Manuèle Debrinay-Rizos, vice-president of ENCATC – European Network in Cultural Management and Policy, Professor Camille Jutant, director of the DPACI Master’s programme (Développement de projets artistiques et culturels internationaux) at ICOM (University of Lyon II) and Professor Lluís Bonet Bonet Agustí (Facultat d’Economia i Empresa – Universitatea din Barcelona), who teaches Applied Economics, and coordinates the PhD programme of Cultural Management and Patrimony, as well as the Master’s programme of Cultural Management.
At the 4th edition, the participants will tackle extremely important topics in the organization of public and private life, including legal aspects, and the talks will be moderated by national and international experts. Thus, they will express, in a direct way, in a free environment, their concerns and recommendations about the present situation of the cultural domain, and will benefit from the international expertise. The program includes general sessions dedicated to public and private organizations, as well as debates about the status of cultural management today and the need for regulation.
Applying management as a science generates remarkable achievement in culture, and that is why research and debate about the management system and its influence on cultural operators has become a necessity.
The conference is organized by the National Institute for Cultural Research and Instruction, in partnership with the National Theatre Festival.