劉俊裕 Jerry C Y Liu
國立臺灣藝術大學藝術管理與文化政策研究所

jerryliu@ntua.edu.tw

劉俊裕為現任國立臺灣藝術大學藝術管理與文化政策研究所教授兼所長,編著有《再東方化:文化政策與文化治理的東亞取徑》(2018)、《臺灣文化權利地圖》(2015)、《全球都市文化治理與文化策略:藝文節慶、賽事活動與都市文化形象》(2013)等書。劉俊裕為歐洲文化管理與文化政策研究網絡(ENCATC, 2015-2019)國際通訊理事,「歐洲文化政策與管理研究獎」評議委員(CPMRA, 2014-2019 ),以及亞太文化教育研究網絡(ANCER)的諮詢委員。目前擔任聯合新聞網udn專欄特約作家。劉俊裕是德國和波瀾期刊Cultural Management: Science and Education以及英國期刊History of Technology編輯委員。他曾任文化部「2017年全國文化會議暨文化政策白皮書」計畫協同主持人,「臺灣藝文中介組織及文化智庫國際平台網絡」、「文化基本法草案研議」、「文化影響評估政策先期研究」計畫主持人,以及「全球佈局專案辦公室」諮詢顧問。目前研究主軸為國際文化中介組織、國際文化政策與治理、臺灣文化公共領域、臺灣藝術文化治理的網絡,以及國際文化關係中文化與國際政治經濟的互為主體性等。

Jerry C Y Liu is a Professor and the Director of Graduate School of Arts Management and Cultural Policy at the National Taiwan University of Arts. He is invited as the ENCATC International Correspondence Board Member between 2015 and 2019, and advisory board member of ANCER. Liu is the author and editor of ReOrient: An East Asian Approach on Cultural Policy and Cultural Governance (2018, in Chinese), The Mapping of Cultural Rights in Taiwan (2015, in Chinese) and Global Cities, Cultural Governance and Cultural Strategies: Art-Cultural Events, Festivals and Cultural Images (2013, in Chinese). He is an International Scientific Committee Member of the Journal Cultural Management: Science and Education and Editorial Board Member of the British Journal History of Technology. Liu has been the project organizer of co-organizer of “Asian Network of Cultural Intermediaries”, “2017 Project of Cultural Congress and Cultural White Paper by the Ministry of Culture in Taiwan”, “A Preliminary Study on the Policy of Cultural Impact Assessment of Ministry of Culture” for the Ministry of Culture, and “Cultural Governance and Cultural Public Sphere” for the Ministry of Science and Technology in 2015.

對學會的期許與看法

當代臺灣需要的是一個「時代精神」的轉變,以及社會價值典範的轉移,讓民眾的文化價值觀慢慢地從利益和權力的追逐,逐漸朝向人文的關懷與生命的感動而轉化。臺灣文化政策研究學會的成立,正意味著民間獨立而專業的第三部門,也是臺灣在地文化政策研究智庫的崛起。未來,臺灣文化政策研究學會將扮演匯聚民間文化理念與專業研究能量的角色,讓臺灣文化政策的網絡得以跨足兩岸,匯聚東亞,連結美歐,接軌全球,彰顯臺灣時代精神的轉變。

What is needed in Taiwanese society at present is probably a “gestalt-switch,” a fundamental change of worldview, mind-set, or an informing spirit of core values for an active reform of cultural governance. The founding of TACPS represents the rise of an independent, professional, yet grassroots, think-tank of the third sector for Taiwan’s cultural policy research. Driven by the principles of autonomy, flexibility, inclusiveness, and plurality, the TACPS strives to bring about an emerging model of cultural policy with Taiwanese characteristics. It expects to connect Taiwanese cultural policy studies with the East Asian, American, European, and global networks.