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Cultural Policy in Australia The Art of Nation 1 Deborah Stevenson Governing the Arts It is possible to identify three phases of Commonwealth patronage of the arts in Australia: voluntary entrepreneurship, statutory patronage, and decentralised patronage (Rowse 1985). The period of voluntary entrepreneurship covering the time from the establishment of the Aus- tralian Broadcasting Commission in 1932 to the late 1960s/early 1970s was “characterised by the voluntary cultural mission of non-commercial entrepreneurs, sometimes enjoying Commonwealth support

Cultural Policy for Rural Development A Latvian Model DITA PFEIFERE 2018 will be the year Latvia celebrates its centenary. The celebrations will encom- pass all branches of government as well as all regions, with events planned both in the bigger cities and smaller towns, including rural villages. Despite being a small country, Latvia can take pride in its unique cultural heritage, excellent art- ists, and achievements in a variety of different fields of culture, such as music, theatre, visual arts and cinema. The Latvian Song and Dance Festival is a

The Search for U.S. Cultural Policy Indirect Facilitator, Patron State, and Governance Partner Margaret J. Wyszomirski Introduction Analysts of cultural policy in the United States usually point to the estab- lishment of the National Endowment for the Arts in 1965 as the seminal, historical event. Yet, many policy principles, key assumptions, and pre- ferred operating norms long preceded this catalytic event. In the subse- quent half a century, US cultural policy has exhibited both noteworthy continuities as well as significant evolution in the models that

Cultural Policy and Values: Intrinsic versus Instrumental? The Case of Romania Dan Eugen Ratiu Introduction In Western countries, an extensive body of literature concerns the ratio- nales and impact of public support for culture. Before the 1980s, it was nearly undisputed that culture and the arts were a public responsibility that should be financed mostly by the government. However, generous public support Cultural Policy and Values: The Case of Romania for the arts led to a high dependency on the state among artistic institutions, as well as among

Doing Cultural Policies – Doing Cultural Management TASOS ZEMBYLAS IM INTERVIEW MIT BEATE FLATH Beate Flath: Unser Gespräch ist eine Weiterführung einer Podiums- diskussion, die im Rahmen der Tagung to be related. gender*culture* management. Eine inter- und transdisziplinäre Tagung stattfand. Daran anknüpfend würde ich sehr gerne mit folgender Einstiegsfrage beginnen: Wenn Sie die Begriffe gender, culture, management hören, an welche Verbindungslinien denken Sie dabei spontan als Erstes? Tasos Zembylas: Kultur taucht, aus meiner Perspektive

Narrative, Identity, and the Map of Cultural Policy Once Upon a Time in a Globalized World Constance DeVereaux & Martin Griffin History, Transitions, and Frameworks for Analysis The case for using a narrative framework to analyze cultural policies within the landscapes of globalization and transnationalism requires some additional foregrounding. Before we address the particulars of these two spheres, we think it would be helpful to provide preliminary background and justification for employing a narrative framework for cultural policy analysis, […]. “Policy

Development of Rural Territories – Perspectives on Cultural Policy Aarhus ECoC 2017 – a Danish Model LONE LETH LARSEN True, Aarhus 2017 has succeeded in its bid for the title of European Capital of Culture (ECoC) with its special model of including the Central Denmark Region and its 19 municipalities. Aarhus 2017 has thrived through the work and the ex- posure of the cultural year. Aarhus 2017 has done so well that the region and the 19 municipalities have decided to continue their cooperation. The many method- ologies developed are being embedded in

Divergences and convergences between education and cultural policies in Catalonia 1980-2010 GEMMA CARBÓ RIBUGENT* Director UNESCO Chair in Cultural Policies and Cooperation. University of Girona Abstract Significant international political discourse in the field of education and culture (UNESCO, EU, IFACCA) calls for advances to be made towards more coordinated and complementary public policies. Innovative international projects have pointed the way forward. (Creative Partnership: <http://www.creativitycultureeducation.org/creative­ partnerships

Theatre Development and Cultural Policy in Rural Areas A grassroots perspective from Nor th West Province, South Africa Sefako Bethuel Mohlomi To many rural artists in South Africa, the word theatre is an abstract concept in a sense that there are no such facilities in many environs. When the word is mentioned, what immediately come to the minds of rural artists are images of big buildings with hi-tech equipment meant exclusively for certain class of actors from urban areas like town and cities. Not even business people in rural areas think about