This Experts’ Group meeting will bring together academics, researchers, consultants, European Networks funded by the Creative Europe programme and Project Leaders of Creative Europe, Erasmus + and Horizon 2020 projects.
The workshop will focus on temporary organizing in the arts and culture field and discuss the implications of the field’s specific characteristics for evaluation. These characteristics, such as the public good nature, aesthetic experience and the market failure, require a different theoretical and practical perspective than the established concepts within the Management and Organization Studies literature and pose distinct evaluation challenges both for academicians and practitioners.
The 9th ENCATC Working Group on Evaluation at IMT aims to contribute to on-going discussions by bringing academicians, experts and practitioners together for building an integrated, interdisciplinary evaluation approach considering the particular characteristics of the arts and culture field. The event agenda, which includes keynote speeches and round table discussions, builds on the progress achieved by the ENCATC Working Group on Evaluation in the previous meetings in Brussels, Potsdam, Manchester, Antwerp, Maastricht, and Zagreb. Furthermore, with the aim to complement theoretical and methodological discussions with real world case studies.
Find more information about the workshop on the ENCATC website.