EAM Project

Are the current arts and cultural management studies teaching how to deal with new audiences? Are the universities or training centers programmes focusing in disadvantaged groups? This questions and concrete proposals for training material will be discussed by the partners of the European Arts Management Project (EAM).

European Arts Management Project

Supported by the Leonardo da Vinci programme, the EAM project is a 2-year pilot project aimed to develop new vocational training tools. The project meets social objectives of increasing employability, and accessibility to arts and cultural activities. It will lead to the sharing of experience and to the fostering of innovation in vocational training by bringing together universities, which offer training programmes in cultural management, with local small scale arts organisations in the community and voluntary sector.

Lead by the Oxford Brooks University, and promoted by ENCATC, the EAM project has partners  of Germany, Poland, Finland, France, Lithuania, and Bulgaria. The partners of this project will meet on the Third Partner Meeting on 30th and 31st May in Göteborg, Sweden, in the context of the ENCATC 15th Annual Conference.

EAM Project has a meeting in Göteborg 30th and 31st May 2007.

For more information about this project, please contact:
Communications Department
ENCATC European Network of Cultural Administration Training Centres
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