Jaroslav Dvorak, Klaipeda University, Klaipeda, Lithuania, Jaroslav.firstname.lastname@example.org
Has carried out research in the field of cultural institutions (libraries) evaluation. He was an external expert and was hired by M.Mažvydas Lithuanian National library for the assessment of library scientific output. In addition, he has carried out, together with colleagues, research on the sustainability marketing issue in the context of the application for European Capital of Culture, issues of cultural heritage projects. He is a Klaipeda University representative at Klaipeda Region Development Council and a member of the monitoring committee at the Interreg South Baltic programme.
Primož Pevcin , University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, email@example.com
The focus for the upcoming conference is to encourage researchers, as well as practitioners, to concentrate on the various areas of cultural policy and their impact on collaborative governance development. It is obvious that the presenters will seek answers to the following questions: What are the key barriers and opportunities of good governance and citizens’ rights in cultural policy agendas and arenas? What are the key impacts of cultural policies at the level of collaborative governance?
How do culture and creativity shape Europeanisation, innovation and empowerment?
- Cultural policies’ and creativity actors’ contributions to collaborative governance.
- Governments’ incentives and approaches for the preparation and implementation of smart initiatives and culture-led development.
- The impact of cultural festivals (events) on Europeanisation, innovation and empowerment.
- European Capital of Culture: What works in practice and what are the results for cities from the central and eastern European region?
- Collaborative governance and citizens’ empowerment for cultural co-creation development.
Requirements for contribution:
- Background of the chosen issue
- Literature review in a given subject or chosen issue/phenomena
- Objective of the analysis
- Methodology of the Research
- Main findings and policy implications