How do we know our arts programmes result in significant benefits, giving children a great start in life and enabling people of all ages to thrive?
Established in 1992, ENCATC is a network of more than 100 member institutions and professionals in over 40 countries active in education, training and research within the broad field of cultural management and policy.
Save the dates for the next Trans Europe Halles members meeting and conference which will be held in Dresden 16-19th of May 2019.
EFA launches a new online search tool for audiences worldwide to discover all arts festivals, from music to theatre, street arts to dance, literature, … in 45 countries in Europe near and far.
On 24 October, the Commission published its 2019 call for proposals for the Erasmus+ programme.
Call for proposals EACEA 34/2018 ‘Support for European cooperation projects 2019’ announced.
Check out the programme details for this year’s edition of Beyond the Obvious conference
that takes place in Timisoara, Romania, future European Capital of Culture (2021) and vibrant IT & Technology centre of Eastern Europe.
25-27 October, 2018
In the last two decades, the cultural sector has undergone a radical transformation due to the rise of new media technologies. The digital revolution has radically transformed the daily practice of international cultural relations.
The Executive Training Seminar Working with Heritage and Conflict explores the contexts of difficult and contested heritage, and how cultural professionals can best work within them.
From 5-9 November in Tokyo, the 2018 ENCATC International Study Tour will be your intensive learning experience and once in a lifetime opportunity for you and your institution to access key Japanese cultural and education institutions and meet their leaders!