The Education and Research Session is an annual gathering of the international research community. It provides a unique interdisciplinary environment to get the latest world-class research conducted in the field of cultural management and policy and the most innovative practices in teaching and training.

2019 Congress Proceedings:

Diversity and sustainability at work. Policies and practices from culture and education
Pages: 227
Language: English
ISBN: 978-92-990088-1-2

Programme, 4 October, 09:30-12:30

The 2019 edition is composed of 6 Parallel Sessions. 

SESSION 1 / ROOM: A304 / Diversity and sustainability in the cultural field

CHAIR: Marcin Poprawski, Deputy Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences – AMU University in Poznan, Poland

Cultural diversity in Finland: Opening the field for non-native artists and cultural workers
Emmi Lahtinen, Center for Cultural Policy Research CUPORE, Finland
Diversity and sustainability in the tourism sector: The International Network of Sustainable Tourism Observatories (INSTO) and the place-specific monitoring of tourist destinations
Anna Scuttari, Giulia Isetti, Daria Habicher, Harald Pechlaner, Eurac Research, Center for Advanced Studies, Italy
Diversity in Cultural Organizations: Insights from the Careers of Executive Opera Managers of Color in the US
Antonio C. Cuyler, Florida State University (FSU), United States
Human capital and cultural participation: An investigation on student’s performance
E. Macrì; F. Lo Prete; M. Trimarchi; F. Rania. Department of Law, Economics and Sociology, University of Catanzaro “Magna Graecia”, Italy
Music materiality & the Anthropocene: The violin making ecosystem and the naturality question
Christine Sinapi, Burgundy School of Business / BSB Center for Arts & Cultural Management, France
Alternative Accounts and Stories of Debt
Alvise Favotto – Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom


SESSION 2 / ROOM: A305 / Diversity for sustainable development in cities and regions

CHAIR: Elena Borin, Associate Professor – Director MSc in Arts and Cultural Management, Coordinator Research Team in Arts and Cultural Management, Burgundy School of Business, France

New concepts for sustainable tourism development: diversity as key component of cultural tourism development in Venice and the Venetian region
Elena Borin, Burgundy School of Business, France
Evaluating the impact of More Museums public notice in creating new museums in small Brazilian municipalities: a difference in differences analysis
Flora Brochado Maravalhas, Brazilian Institute of Museums and Luiz Honorato da Silva Júnior, University of Brasília, Brazil
Promoting Culture Diversity and Sustainability Through Art Centers: a Case Study of Weiwuying National Kaosiung Center for the Arts
Chia-Chun Lu, National Taiwan University of Arts, Taiwan
Examining a Year-long Citywide Arts Celebration: Balancing Cultural, Civic, Philanthropic and Business Agendas
Alan Salzenstein, DePaul University; Diane Claussen, DePaul University; Kay Kron, Chicago Children’s Theatre, United States
Giving a value to community mission and artistic brand: a new museum tale from the hill of Esquilino
Letizia Casuccio, Coopculture; Marco Causi, Department of Economics University of Roma Tre, Professor; Lara Gennari, Coopculture, Italy
Umbrellas, Incubators, Mothers and Killers:Four typologies of relationship between cultural mega-events and small and micro events in European cities
Zachary M. Jones, Politecnico di Milano and Davide Ponzini, Politecnico di Milano, Italy


SESSION 3 / ROOM: B312 / Diversity for sustainable development in cities and regions

CHAIR: Alice Loy, Co-founder, CEO, Creative Startups, United States

Young Entrepreneurs And cultural Heritage (YEAH)
Ruba Saleh, ICHEC Brussels Management School and Vinciane Hanquet, Des Racines pour Grandir, Belgium
The Land of Ewes and Milk: An Exploratory Study of Heritage Food of Egyptian Bedouins
Mostafa Abdulmawla, Fayoum University – Egypt, and Visiting PhD Researcher to University of Salento – Italy; Francesca Imperiale, University of Salento – Italy; Hesham E. Saad, Fayoum University – Egypt; Omar Qoura, Fayoum University – Egypt
Todmorden: A Case for Permaculture and Urban Farming as Means for Effecting Community Building and the Reformulation of Social Sectors
Michelle Brener M., Anáhuac University Mexico
Sustainable development of traditional performing arts: A balance between tradition and innovation, public and private support
Seiko Shimura, Soai University, Faculty of Music, Japan
CRIS forever! Culture Resilience In Small …. Towns
Angela Besana, Annamaria Esposito, Chiara Fisichella, Maria Cristina Vannini, IULM University, Italy


SESSION 4 / ROOM:C313 / Meanings and interpretation of diversity in the cultural and creative field

CHAIR: Carole Rosenstein, Associate Professor of Arts Management, George Mason University, United States

Diversity of governance models in the CCI: proposition for classification
Mario D’Angelo, Burgundy School of Business (BSB), MECIC-Paris, and Idée Europe
Antiquities and Blockchain
Amy Whitaker, New York University, United States
Research on the positioning of the local cultural policy to the regional revitalization comprehensive strategy in Japan
Kiyoshi Takeuchi, Tottori University, Japan
Agile Facilitators and Radical Mentors in the Canadian Urban Youth Arts Sector
Heather Fitzsimmons Frey, MacEwan University, Canada
Appealing to prohibited topics in contemporary Ukrainian art: sacred, ethno phobic, non-figurative art
Tatyana Mironova, Kyiv City Art Gallery “Lavra”, Ukraine


SESSION 5 / ROOM: C314 / Teaching diversity and sustainability

CHAIR: Jerry C Y Liu, Professor, National Taiwan University of Arts, Taiwan

Critical thinking and cultural heritage preservation education: a matter of meaning-making and social identity
Karla Penna and Elisabeth Taylor, School of Education, Murdoch University, Australia
Education on intangible cultural heritage for a sustainable future
Cristina Ortega Nuere, University Oberta of Catalunya and Isabel Verdet Peris, University Oberta of Catalunya, Spain
Culturally Responsive Teaching: an Effective Pedagogical Framework for Increasingly Diverse Classrooms in European Countries
Dawn Kremslehner-Haas, St.Pölten University of Applied Sciences, Austria
A cultural approach to promote diversity and sustainability
Monica Amari, Armes Progeti-Università Cattolica Milano, Italy
‘The Other’ and Ourselves: Artists and communities welcoming migrants in Serbia
Milena Dragicevic Sesic, University of Arts Belgrade, Serbia and Maja Korac, University of East London, United Kingdom
Appui à la mobilité des équipes artistiques – Réflexion et mise en pratique
Stephan Hernandez and Benoît Delepelaire, le lab, France


SESSION 6 / ROOM: C319 / Understanding diversity and sustainability as a phenomenon in the cultural and creative sector

CHAIR: Hsiao-Ling Chung, Associate Professor, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

Portraits of the Loire in the Renaissance
Imola Gebauer, Mission Val de Loire, France
Les enjeux de la durabilité dans le cadre d’une production industrialisée d’instruments de musique : des intentions aux perceptions
Fabrice Pirolli, Le Mans université – CREN, France
ll est trop tard pour le développement durable: les arts du spectacle et la musique face aux nouveaux défis écologiques/It is too late for a sustainable development: how performing arts and music can face the new ecological challenges
François Ribac, University of Burgundy (France),
Values for the future: pursuing cognitive sustainability in cultural heritage management
Francesca Sabatini, “Mediterranean” University – Reggio Calabria, and Michele Trimarchi, “Magna Graecia” University – Catanzaro, Italy
Brokering Diversity of the Cultural Creative Sector in the Asian Pacific Region? A Policy Discourse Analysis on Talent Development in Taiwan
Hsiao-Ling, Chung, Graduate Institute of Creative Industries Design, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
Creative city and sustainable development: systematic literature review
Milica Matovic, Deusto Cities Lab (University of Deusto); Roberto San Salvador del Valle, Deusto Cities Lab (University of Deusto), Spain
Culturally Sustainable Entrepreneurship in the Cultural Industries Debate
Constance DeVereaux, University of Connecticut, United States


The 2019 ENCATC Education and Research Session builds on the success of previous edition organised in Brussels (2010), Helsinki (2011), London (2012), Antwerp (2013), Brno (2014), Lecce (2015), Valencia (2016), Brussels (2017), and Bucharest (2018). At date more than 350 researchers and educators from around the world have presented their work.

After the Congress, authors and presenters of this Research Session will also be invited to submit their work in ENCATC’s scientific publication, the European Journal of Cultural Management and Policy. Launched in October 2011, the Journal’s objective is to stimulate the debate on topics of cultural management and cultural policy among scholars, educators, policy makers and cultural managers. The Journal is based on a multidisciplinary perspective and aims at connecting theory and practice in the realm of the cultural sector.

Presenters in the Education Session will be invited to submit their papers to the /encatcSCHOLAR, a unique tool for education and lifelong learning on arts and cultural management and policy. Composed of articles, exclusive interviews, case studies, conference reports and more, / encatcSCHOLAR was born to satisfy the growing demand for the latest teaching material from academics, researchers, cultural operators and students in over 40 countries around the world.