This report draws together the outcomes of these discussions and the responses to the survey, which was circulated more widely after the workshop to gain greater insight into the work and future of culture networks worldwide. It also includes introductory chapters from Dr Aleksandra Uzelac and Anna Steinkamp, which provide theoretical context around the conceptual frameworks and governance of cultural networks. The report showcases the continued role of both formal and informal cultural networks, their activities, their members, and the challenges and opportunities that they face.
⇒ Laacksonen, A. (2016). D’Art Report 49 International Culture Networks. International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies. [em linha]. IFACCA Web site.
Against this background, the study focuses on the following three main objectives:
1. Firstly, the study aims at describing the status quo of the sector including an analysis of the competitiveness and economic relevance of the CCIs, making visible main characteristics of the sector, challenges and drivers of change for CCIs, existing barriers and market and/or regulatory failures;
2. In a second step, a screening of EU wide initiatives/strategies aims at the identification of effective initiatives and support instruments at national and regional level to support and foster CCIs. The interlinkages between the identified initiatives/strategies and EU-level actions are also subject to analysis.
3. Finally, a set of areas of action for policy to foster the competitiveness of
the sector will be proposed.
⇒ Aliette, D. (Coord.). (2016). Boosting the competitiveness of cultural and creative industries for growth and jobs [em linha]. Publicações da EU Web site.
O presente documento foi elaborado com o objetivo de conhecer as experiências das Contas-Satélites de Cultura (CSC) na Ibero-América. Para tanto, foram geradas três matrizes que compilaram as informações sobre aspectos metodológicos, os resultados obtidos e as fontes de informação utilizadas para a composição das contas na região.
⇒ Ospino, L. P. O. (2017). Contas-Satélites de Cultura, aposta e proposta ibero-americana para as estatísticas culturais no mundo. Revista Observatório Itaú Cultural. n. 23. p. 93-118. [em linha]. Itaú Cultural Web site.
The CCP pilot involved three areas – Barking and Dagenham, Birmingham and the North West (Liverpool and Blackpool), funded by an Arts Council England (ACE) grant of £479,700 from September 2016 to August 2017.
An evaluation of the pilot was commissioned at the end of November 2016. This report presents the overall findings from the three pilots and makes recommendations for the future of the CCP.
⇒ Renaisi. (2017). Evaluation of the Cultural Citizens Programme pilot: Overall report [em linha]. Arts Council England Web site.
This book provides a reinterpretation of the concept of intercultural dialogue rooted in regional perspectives on diversity, giving a broad panorama of the shared theoretical, practical and technical tools and online resources available.
⇒ Saillant, F. (2017). Diversity, Dialogue and Sharing…. Online resources for a more resourceful world. França: UNESCO.
Some publications that may be useful for the study of Cultural Networks.
Algumas publicações que podem ser úteis para o estudo das Redes Culturais.