Do you want to know more about cultural heritage, cultural tourism, performing arts, museums, and fashion? The Autumn Academy Cultural Entrepreneurship & Leadership (November 2021) offers an online mixture of lectures and workshops on cultural entrepreneurship and leadership.
- The similarities and differences in cultural entrepreneurship and leadership between European transition countries and Western European countries.
- The application of economic concepts to foster the cultural sector in terms of entrepreneurship and leadership.
- The importance of inspiration, knowledge and experience in common practices.
Erasmus University Rotterdam and Ljubljana School of Economics & Business cooperate in the first Autumn Academy Cultural Entrepreneurship & Leadership for advanced students (arts & culture, economics, business administration etc.) and professionals (artists, staff members of cultural organisations, independent workers) in European countries of transition, to be held online 12, 13, 19, 20 and 26, 27 November 2021. Lecturers and researchers from both universities with high-quality accreditations in the field will exchange knowledge and experience to empower a selection of 28 participants studying and working in the cultural sector in the former socialistic countries in Europe. The faculty consists of Andrej Srakar, Anna Mignosa, Arjo Klamer, Bregje Lampe, Darija Aleksić, Frans Brouwer, Judita Peterlin, Ljubica Knežević Cvelbar, Meta Štular, Miha Škerlavaj, Nataša Peršuh and Trilce Navarrete Hernandez.
The Autumn Academy offers an online mixture of lectures and workshops on cultural entrepreneurship and leadership. The main domains to be covered are cultural heritage, cultural tourism, performing arts, museums, fashion and European subsidies. Participants will be asked to develop their own project, based on challenges from their country.