We invite empirical, theoretical and practice-informed contributions from across a range of disciplines - art theory, cultural studies, cultural management, and cultural policy, sociology of art and economics of culture, and other related fields.
3 - 4 DECEMBER 2020 BELGRADE
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Socially progressive models of organization and management in the field of contemporary visual arts based on the principles of equity, democracy, egalitarianism...;
Case studies of successful and unsuccessful, historical and current examples of democratization of the field of contemporary visual arts;
Decentralization and democratic approach in the field of contemporary visual arts through cultural policy principles and bottom-up practices;
Position of the artist, value and function of the work of art, development of artistic production, citizens' participation in cultural life and decision-making processes;
Policies of participatory practices, collective work, and self-organization in other artistic fields and cultural practice.
University of Arts Belgrade,
UNESCO Chair in Cultural Policy and Management
Kosancicev venac 29,
11000, Belgrade, Serbia