The two week cultural management course is addressed to young leaders and project managers from all over the world working in the arts, culture or media fields on national and international levels. The ISAC prepares young project leaders for new tasks and trends in project management, marketing, financial management, fundraising and networking.
An international experts team consisting of François Colbert (HEC Montreal), J.Dennis Rich (Columbia College), Dan J. Martin (Carnegie Mellon University), Ugo Bacchella (Fitzcarraldo Foundation), Herwig Pöschl (ICCM) and Raj Isar (former Director Division Cultural Policies, UNESCO) and will assist in developing participants’ projects.
Meetings with artists and cultural organisers and exchange with other project leaders will expand the participants’ international network.
During the last 12 years, over 200 young professionals from different countries have participated in the Summer Academy, fostering cultural exchange and creating a bridge between arts managers of different political, economic and cultural backgrounds.
People wishing to participate in the 2003 Summer Academy must enter into an open competition by submitting a detailed concept of a project related to the fields of festivals/cultural centres, film/video/new media, music/music theatre theatre/opera/dance, graphic arts, or arts education.
The submitted projects will be evaluated by an international jury of specialists, and maximum of 40 professionals will be selected for an active participation in the course.
Course language: English
Participation Fee: EURO 2.000,-
The amount includes course fee, accommodation (single rooms) and catering for the whole duration of the course, tickets for three performances at Salzburg Festival, opening grill party, Salzburg bus ticket for 2 weeks
Registration: online, www.iccm.at
Application deadline: June 15th, 2003
ICCM, International Centre for Culture and Management
Ms. Marlies Pucher
T.: 0043 662 45 98 41 10
F.: 0043 662 45 98 38