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Publications in September 2009

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Career development among young disabled artists

From Disability & Society. This paper reports on the experiences of 47 young disabled artists and the interaction between disability, impairment and the arts in their educational and career pathways. more >

Promoting a creative generation - Priorities of the Ministry of Culture during the Presidency

Promoting a creative generation - Priorities of the Ministry of Culture during the Presidency,  is information material provided by the Swedish Ministry of Culture during its presidency of the EU. more >

Time for Culture, the Ministry of Culture at Work

Time for Culture, the Ministry of Culture at Work is a glossy brochure released by the Ministry of Culture of Sweden in 2009. It contains policy statements and basic facts ad figures. more >

Cultural Trends: Volume 18 Issue 3

Cultural Trends: Volume 18 Issue 3 is now available online at informaworld. more >

International Journal of Cultural Policy: Volume 15 Issue 3

International Journal of Cultural Policy: Volume 15 Issue 3 is now available online at informaworld. more >

New research published on museum role in communities

The publication presents findings of research which was commissioned by Museums Galleries Scotland to explore the purpose of five museums and look at how they engage with their communities. more >

Dance mapping: a window on dance

Dance mapping: a window on dance - the largest piece of research of its kind - offers a deep insight into the breadth and range of dance in England. more >

Situation and Needs of Canadian Senior Artists

If you are an artist and 60 or over, please participate in this action-oriented research project about artists in all disciplines. more >

Call for papers: Studies in Culture and Innovation

The journal invites contributions from scholars and practitioners in the arts, humanities and social sciences who are engaged with culture and innovation. more >

Cultural Entitlement in a Nutshell

Cultural Entitlement in a Nutshell includes four concise chapters providing readers with meaningful starting points for cultural, educational and community planning. more >

Creative Mediterranean

A multimedia product that analyses in a critical but also constructive way the creative and cultural actions in the Mediterranean and the political and artistic view in the Euromediterranean region. more >

Inspiring action: museums and social change

In this groundbreaking new book, leading museum professionals contribute practical and inspiring essays on how their institutions are responding to the new social challenges of the 21st century. more >

Music in motion: diversity and dialogue in Europe

Diverse musical cultures of migrant and minority communities have existed in Europe for centuries and shaped its countries significantly. This volume, which has been prepared in the frame of the ExTra! project, deals with the musical activities of minorities and their impact on musical traditions in Europe. more >

Rethinking learning: museums and young people

This new book contains practical, inspirational case studies written by senior museum and gallery professionals and academics from the USA, Europe and Africa. Examining best practice, it shows how imaginative, responsive services for children and young people can have a transformational effect on a museum and its visitor profile as a whole. more >

Structured Dialogue Platforms’ position papers

The two platforms set up by the European Commission in the context of the structured dialogue with civil society, dealing respectively with ‘access to culture’ and ‘the potential of cultural and creative industries’, have finalised their political recommendations. more >

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