第五屆ENCATC暨第一屆TACPS學院:「國際文化關係:台灣、東亞、美國與歐洲的新倡議」

5th ENCATC & 1st TACPS ACADEMY: “International Cultural Relations: New Initiatives in Taiwan, East Asia, US and Europe”


 

 

Kai Tim BKai Tim Brennert

Consultant at GIZ & Executive Assistant at CLA

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Aleksandar BrkićAleksandar Brkić

ANCER Co-coordinators, Lassalle College of Arts, Singapore.

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EU tradeKai-Chuan Chao

Policy Officer of European Economic and Trade Office        

 

 

 

 


Sokho Choe

Dr. Sokho Choe

Director of Research Center for Leisure Studies in Korea.

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Jean-François DanisJean-François Danis

French Counselor for the Ministry of Culture in Taiwan.

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Carla FigueiraDr. Carla Figueira

Director MA in Cultural Policy, Relations and Diplomacy, Goldsmith, University of London, United Kingdom

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Kim, kyu wonDr. Kyuwon Kim

Senior Researcher of Korea Culture & Tourism Institute of Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Republic of Korea.

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Catherine LeeCatherine Lee

Assistant Director of Bamboo Curtain Studio

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Lai Ying Ying賴瑛瑛  Ying-ying Lai

Professor and Director of Graduate School of Arts Management and Cultural Policy, NTUA.

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廖新田教授廖新田 Hsin-tien Liao 

Dean of the College of Humanities of NTUA and the professor at the Graduate School of Art Management and Culture Policy of NTUA.

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Gerald LidstoneGerald Lidstone

Professor and Director of ICCE, Goldsmiths, University of London.

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JJerry C Y Liuerry C Y Liu

President of TACPS / National Taiwan University of Arts.

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Meta MoengMeta Moeng

Community Projects Manager SA SA BASSAC Gallery

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Akira OgumaAkira Oguma

Associate Professor of J. F. Oberlin University in Japan.

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Phloeun PrimPhloeun Prim

Executive Director, Cambodian Living Arts.

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Alan SalzensteinAlan Salzenstein

President of AAAE, Professor, Performing Arts Management, DePaul University.

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Annick SchrammeAnnick Schramme

President of ENCATC / Professor of University of Antwerp.

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Chun-Ying Wei is currently a PhD Candidate in Institute for Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship, Goldsmiths, University of London. In her thesis she examines how cultural diplomacy has been incorporated in cultural policy in Taiwan. Chun-Ying’s research interests include cultural diplomacy and relations, cultural identity, and performing arts marketing. A graduate with double major in Philosophy and Sociology from National Taiwan University, Chun-Ying later obtained MA in Arts Administration and Cultural Policy from Goldsmiths. Prior to her PhD study, Chun-Ying worked as a performing arts administrator, later a project executive in Council for Cultural Affairs in Taiwan. In addition to her study, She has worked as the London correspondent for the Performing Arts Review magazine published by National Performing Arts Centre (Taiwan). Chun-Ying is also an associate practitioner of Higher Education Academy in the UK. Chun-Ying Wei

PhD Candidate in Institute for Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship, Goldsmiths, University of London.

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Wan-Jung WeiWan-Jung Wei

General Manager of OISTAT  

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Audrey WongAudrey Wong

ANCER Co-coordinators, Lassalle College of Arts, Singapore.

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