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

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  • Date: November 14-15 (Sat.-Sun.)
  • Venue: Taipei International Artist’s Village
  • Organizers: TACPS, ENCATC, Goldsmiths University of London, NTUA
  • Co-organizer: ANCER, AAAE
  • Participants: 30-40 experts from public cultural sectors, third sectors, cultural practitioners, research students
  • Registration: September 25

Built into the 2015 International Symposium “Cultural Trajectories: Cultural Governance, What’s Next?”, the 5th ENCATC & 1st TACPS Academy is an intensive learning program focusing on culture in external relations in East Asian countries and their relationships with European countries and the European Union. Academics, researchers, cultural professionals, policy makers and artists in East Asia, Europe and beyond will discuss different uses and understandings of culture in external relations, including the fostering of transcontinental cooperation, mutual understanding and engagement. This peer-to-peer program will reinforce international professional networks and establish a strong foundation for future collaborations, projects and partnerships between operators in Asia, US and Europe. This edition of the ENCATC Academy is being co-organized with the National Taiwan University of Arts, Taiwan Association of Cultural Policy Studies, and Goldsmiths, University of London.

 

Speakers: (List to be added)

  • Annick Schramme, President of ENCATC, Professor of University of Antwerp
  • Gerald Lidstone, Professor and Director of ICCE, Goldsmiths, University of London
  • Carla Figuera, Director MA Cultural Policy, Relations and Diplomacy
  • Jerry C Y Liu, President of TACPS, ACPM, National Taiwan University of Arts
  • Aleksandar Brkic, ANCER Co-coordinators, Lassalle College of Arts, Singapore
  • Audrey Wong, ANCER Co-coordinators, Lassalle College of Arts, Singapore
  • Alan Salzenstein, President of AAAE, Professor, Performing Arts Management, DePaul University
  • Jean-François Danis, French Counselor for the Ministry of Culture in Taiwan

Tentative Program (Subject to Change)

 Day ONE    (Nov. 14, Sat.)

 14.30-15.00 Opening (Welcome and Opening Remarks)

Representatives from TACPS, ENCATC, Goldsmiths, NTUA, ANCER, AAAE and Guests

 15.00-18.30 Session A.

The World Café: “What’s Next?” for “culture in external relations in East Asian countries and for their relationships with European countries and the European Union.”

15.00-16.00 Keynote Speech

The World Café process will be opened by a keynote to launch relevant themes and topics.

16.00-16.30 Tea Break

16.30-18.30 The World Café Session: (120 mins)

The World Café enables the participants to get to know each other and establish a true dialogue that would be fundamental for a deeper conversation during the rest of the Academy.

Questions to be discussed in the World Café:

  1. What are you most concerned about in the use of culture in external relations?
  2. What will it take to develop further the use of culture in external relations?
  3. What are you doing or might do to cultivate culture in external relations?

18.30-21.00 Dinner

Buffet at the Taipei Artist’s Village / Networking

Day TWO (Nov. 15, Sun.)

 09.00-10.30 Session B.

“Actors, Policy Development and Implementation of International Cultural Relations”

 Two Keynote Speeches (25 mins each)

This session covers the themes of increasing importance of networks in international cultural relations and new initiatives in cultural diplomacy and exchange:

  1. International Cultural Networking and Governance for Taiwan, East Asia, US and Europe.
  2. New Initiatives of Cultural Diplomacy and Cultural Exchange in Taiwan, East Asia, US and Europe

Panelists and Discussion (40 mins)

10.30-11.00 Tea Break

 11.00-12.30 ANCER Session

New Voices and Cultural Networking in Asia (90 mins)

Two Keynotes Speeches (25 mines each)

Panelists and Discussion (40 mins)

12.30-14.00 Lunch / Networking

 14.00-15.30 Session C.

“Effective Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation of Culture in External Relations”.

The theme will deal with what effects do international cultural cooperation programs carry? / How external cultural relations is/could be assessed in Taiwan, East Asia, US and Europe? It also covers how international cultural monitoring is conducted in these areas.

Two Keynotes Speeches (25 mines each)

Panelists and Discussion: (40 mins)

15.30-16.00 Tea Break

16.00-17.30 Closing Session

“What’s Next?” for “culture in external relations.”

The panel will summarize/lead/hear feedbacks and responses from the participants. (90 mins)