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Koen van Eijck

Cultural consumers are increasingly hard to pin down as a certain type of consumer with a clearly defined taste. In addition, younger generations show a declining interest in canonized art forms. 1,085 more words

Cultural Economics

Please don't close the shutters

The view from 2003

Recent developments in my country, before and since the Referendum on 23 June 2016, have been very disturbing. Post-war gains that I believed were permanent, such as respect for international conventions of human rights, are now in question. 5,357 more words


First Peoples Heritage Week

This year’s theme is “re-igniting the Ancestral Fires, Establishing Presence”

Monday 10th October – Amphitheate/ Arima Velodrome

Children Edu-Fund Tours (Craft, Song, Music, Dance and Language Workshops), Petting Zoo, Performance/ Descendence… 106 more words


Cultural Policy Meeting and Reception Hosted by SPEA

Faculty member Joanna Woronkowicz hosted a meeting of cultural policy experts last week to discuss the potential establishment of a cultural policy research center at SPEA. 252 more words


Upcoming events in Irish arts management and cultural policy

Lots of exciting updates in today’s post!

Jobs have recently been refreshed: closing soon are posts at the Tain Arts Centre, Droichead Arts Centre, Screen Producers Ireland, etc. 341 more words

Visual Arts

Where's Culture in Trinidad's Budget?

The conversation on my Facebook feed after the budget was read out, is that this Government, like it’s predecessors (regardless of party) doesn’t understand or value the creative sector. 325 more words

Trinidad And Tobago

I wrote a book

It is remiss of me not to mention it here, but last month I published a book. Available now from various Australian bookstores, my first monograph is entitled… 585 more words

Cultural Policy