It is becoming more and more evident that education in cultural management and cultural policy cannot and should not be separated from research being conducted in the field.
Since its creation, ENCATC has recognised this need and has always been actively pursuing, publishing, presenting, and disseminating research in arts and cultural management and cultural policy. Launched in 2014, the ENCATC Research Award on Cultural Policy and Cultural Management is one of ENCATC’s initiatives to strengthen the understanding and knowledge of cultural management and cultural policy issues.
The ENCATC Research Award on Cultural Policy and Cultural Management is bestowed upon the best recent PhD thesis on comparative cultural policies or management topics presented by a young researcher.
The 2015 winner will be revealed during the Award Ceremony to be held on the evening of 25 November in Brussels on the eve of the European Culture Forum being organised by the European Commission.