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3rd ENCATC Research Award Ceremony

  • Friday, 16 December, 2016
  • Brussels, Belgium
  • programme events

Who will be the winner of the 3rd ENCATC Research Award on Cultural Management and Cultural Policy? On 16 December in Brussels at the 3rd ENCATC Research Award Ceremony, the winner will be announced to an international audience that will include the Award's international jury as well as academics, researchers, cultural professionals, policy makers, artists and media.

ENCATC President, Annick Schramme, announced the two finalists in the running to win the 3rd ENCATC Research Award on Cultural Policy and Management on 7 October 2016 in Valencia, to close the  24th ENCATC Annual Conference "Cultural Management Education in Risk Societies - Towards a Paradigm and Policy Shift?!”.The two finalists are:  Elena Borin, from Italy and Jonathan Price from the United Kingdom. Their research has been earmarked to make important contributions to comparative research and policy making and have captivated the Award's jury with their work: Elena Borin for her PhD thesis at the University of Ferrara, “Public-Private Partnership in the Cultural Sector: A Comparative Analysis of European Models” and Jonathan Price from Gray’s School of Art, Robert Gordon University with his PhD thesis “The Discourse of Cultural Leadership”.

The Award ceremony will also be a celebratory and networking moment as it will close the programme of the 9th ENCATC Young Researchers’ Forum on Cultural Management and Cultural Policy which will take place during the day on 16 December in Brussels.

ENCATC Research Award

The ENCATC Research Award was launched in 2014 with the aim to stimulate academic research in the field of cultural policy and cultural management with an emphasis on its applied implications. The ENCATC Award also has the ambition to contribute to the process of creating a network of scholars who are competent in doing comparative research projects in cultural policy and cultural management.

The 2016 Award winner will have his or her PhD thesis translated into English or French and its publication in the Cultural Management and Cultural Policy Education Book Series, a series of publications specialising in topics related to cultural management and cultural policy headed by ENCATC. The international dissemination of the ENCATC Book Series is ensured by Peter Lang, an international publishing group based in Switzerland and operating throughout the world.

Previous Award winners include Elodie Bordat-Chauvin from France (2014) for her research on “The Dynamics of Changes in Public Policy. A Comparative Historical Analysis of Mexican and Argentine Cultural Policies”, Annika Hampel from Germany (2015) for her thesis on “Fair Cooperation. Partnership based cooperation in Foreign Culture Policy”, and Alessia Usai, from Italy for her research on “The Creative City. Cultural policies and urban regeneration between conservation and development”.


Photo: From left to right: Elena Borin, 2016 ENCATC Research Award Finalist, Annick Schramme, ENCATC President, GiannaLia Cogliandro Beyens, ENCATC Secretary General, Jonathan Price, 2016 ENCATC Research Award Finalist