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Under the main theme, “Diversity and sustainability at work. Policies and practices from culture and education”, the 2019 ENCATC Congress on Cultural Management and Policy (2-5 October in Dijon, FR) invites participants to take an active part in the "Opening Perspectives Session". Happening on 3 October, ENCATC is proud announce the final of the three key cultural institutions selected for this programme.
The Consortium Museum is a contemporary art centre based in Dijon founded by Xavier Douroux and Franck Gautherot in 1982 by the non-profit Le Coin du Miroir, founded in 1977.
Since 2011, the museum is housed in the 4,000 square-meter building by architects Shigeru Ban and Jean de Gastines. Its collection, now permanently exhibited on the top floor of the building, includes more than 350 works. Essentially comprised of gifts from the artists who have exhibited there, it forms a true memory of these exhibitions. Works are by On Kawara, Cady Noland, Dan Graham, Louise Lawler, Allan McCollum, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Oscar Tuazon, Fredrik Værslev, Michael Williams, as well as important bodies of work by Bertrand Lavier, John Armleder, Steven Parrino and Olivier Mosset, among other artists
Ten days left for Paper and poster submission (deadline 31 March 2019) for the 174th EAAE seminar Economics of culture and food in evolving agri-food systems and rural areas
Ten days left for Paper and poster submission (deadline 31 March 2019) for the 174th EAAE seminar “Economics of culture and food in evolving agri-food systems and rural areas”, Matera, 10-12 October 2019
Please have a look at the event website here https://lnkd.in/gJdzbe3; as you will see we hope to discuss the topic from a very broad perspective touching a variety of issues such as:
1. Cultural changes and food consumption.
2. Local culture, global culture and rural/sustainable development.
3. Food quality and culture.
4. Cultural issues in the organization of agri-food global value chains.
5. Culture and innovation.
6. Culture and agricultural policy.
7. Culture and values.