Two ENCATC talks | Capacity building for ECoCS

September 8, 2021, 2:24 pm
September 17, 2021

On 17 September from 14:00-15:30 CEST the 18th ENCATC Members Talk will focus on How can we become better in audience development?”

This event aims to build on the capacity building activities,  namely Academy Camps and podcasts,  done in the framework of the “Capacity Building for European Capitals of Culture” project which was initiated by the European Commission to support capacity building and peer-learning activities for ECOCs.

The ENCATC Members Talk on “How can we become better in audience development?”  is an interactive format intended so a wider audience can join and engage in discussion. This interactive session aims to bring together experts, who took part in the Academy Camps (AC) and/or podcasts on Audience Development (1st AC and podcast series), ECOC delivery teams, actors from CCIs and other stakeholders to discuss and share on topic.

Participants are also strongly encouraged to attend the 19th ENCATC Members Talk to follow just after starting at 16:00 on 17 September on the topic of What are the digital challenges and opportunities for future ECOC’s cities?”

The ENCATC Members Talks are a space for members and partners to learn and  exchange  about projects and topics of interest for our membership. In this case, ENCATC, thanks to its involvement in this project, is offering the opportunity to its membership and the wider community to learn and exchange with high level experts on the topic of Audience Development to enlarge their practical knowledge, improve their teaching, and deepen their research in this area.

The partners of the project include: Association Européenne pour l’Information sur le Développement Local (AEIDL) – Lead partner; Culture Action Europe (CAE)Interarts – Fundació Interarts per a la cooperació cultural internacionalEuropean network on cultural management and policy (ENCATC); and United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG)

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