Cultural Management Academy Bucharest 2018

The Czech Centre in Bucharest supports an intensive educational course Cultural Management Academy Bucharest 2018 with the topic `Engaging with Heritage` which will be held from 2 to 6 July 2018 in a cultural centre ARCUB.

The general theme of the program Cultural Management Academy Bucharest in 2018 is `Engaging with Heritage`.

The program consists of a one-week intensive educational course in Bucharest with the topic of `Engaging with Heritage` and it includes lectures, seminars, discussions, debates and individual assignments given by Romanian and international professionals from the heritage sector, an online education platform with individual and group assignments.
The program culminates in an international meeting on cultural management and a networking fair in Sofia in September 2018, bringing together participants from Bucharest, Sarajevo, Sofia and Thessaloniki and international guest-speakers. Upon successful completion of the Academy, Goethe-Institut will fund on competitive basis start-up collaborative international projects between participants from Bucharest and their colleagues from the branches in Sarajevo, Sofia and Thessaloniki. 


CMA is curated by Miki Braniște, cultural manager and director of the Temps d `Images Festival, with the support of an international curatorial team.
The educational program targets representatives of independent organizations, municipal and national cultural institutions as well as freelance managers. This also defines one of the main goals of the program – to stimulate the exchange between independent and public organizations. 
Event organized by Goethe-Institut Bucuresti
With the kind support of: Colectiv A ClujFacultatea de Științe Politice – SNSPAEUNIC Romaniaforumul cultural austriacBalassi Intézet – Bukaresti Magyar Intézet/Institutul Maghiar din BucureștiCentrul Ceh (Czech Centre Bucharest)Istituto Italiano di Cultura BucarestInstitutul Polonez / Instytut Polski w BukareszcieInstitutul Cultural Român and ARCUB.

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