Cultural policy

This course is innitiated by the CEU Center for Arts and Culture and is supported by the European Cultural Foundation, Policies for Culture Program.

Course date

16 July - 27 July, 2007
Application deadline
15 February, 2007
Course Director(s): 

Milena Dragicevic Sesic

University of Arts, Belgrade, Serbia

Dragan Klaic

Felix Meritis Foundation, Amsterdam / Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
Course Faculty: 

Sanjin Dragojevic

University of Zagreb, Political Sciences, Political Science, Zagreb, Croatia

Mik Flood

Strategies for Art and Space, London, UK

Peter Inkei

Budapest Observatory, Hungary

Annabelle Littoz-Monnet

Central European University, International Relations and European Studies, Budapest, Hungary

Tomislav Sola

University of Zagreb, Philosophy, Information Sciences, Zagreb, Croatia

Andras Torok

Summa Artium, Art and Business Center, Budapest, Hungary

Violetta Zentai

Center for Policy Studies, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary

Cultural Policy Making in the Post-Communist Countries is an intensive summer course, covering the key concepts, fields, strategies and instruments of the cultural policy, as developed, implemented and evaluated on various levels of public authority, from municipalities to the EU and UNESCO. The emphasis is on the modernization of cultural policies in the countries of post-communist transition with their inherited cultural infrastructure and rapid socio-economic transformation. The course is to stimulate the development of expertise in policy-making (policy research and analysis, debate about policy alternatives, strategy development, methods, instruments, etc.) by educating future academic lecturers and trainers as well as policy makers.