The 2021 ACMC is a joint initiative with ENCATC and it fostered a variety of innovative and necessary conversations within the theme of ‘REvisiting Borders’. ACMC will continue to collaborate with ENCATC for its next editions. Together, we are providing an engaging space for students and emerging professionals to explore, question, and discuss what borders mean in today’s world, especially within the arts and culture field.
Meet the team of ACMC 2022
Luna Salazar Gadea is a Spanish art historian with an MA degree in Arts
Administration and Cultural Policy from Goldsmiths University of London. She has extensive experience in Audience Development (AD). Currently, Luna is the Assistant Programme Coordinator for Cultura con Públicos.
Ana Báscones Ursúa has a Master’s Degree in Leisure Management: Culture, Tourism, Sport and Recreation and expert in audience development. She helps to coordinate the Strategic Plan for Culture of Navarre 2017-2023, the Cultural Observatory of Navarre and the edition of various publications of the Government of Navarre. Ana is also the co-funder and content creator of the association Cultura con Públicos.
Julia Dekeukeleire is a Master student in Culture Management and Vice president at Unifac vzw. She is also taking a traineeship at ENCATC.
Augustina Mihaela Vasile is a freelance cultural communicator and an arts community nurturer based in Bucharest, Romania. She has just established a small company and she is currently working on developing a professional guidance program for emerging artists regardless of their access to resources.
Sofía Moreno Domínguez is currently Ph.D. Candidate of Leisure, Culture and Communication for Human Development Programme (University of Deusto, Bilbao). She is also Co-founder at Cultura con Públicos Association.
Daniela Vargas Silva is a student of Management at the National University of San Marcos. I am coordinator and junior researcher of Initiative of Global Studies and Assistant to the Board of Directors in TEDx UNMSM. Daniela is also the Human Resources Coordinator of the Focus student group.
Join the #ACMCnetwork
Our monthly meet-ups have helped students and emerging professionals connect, exchange and engage online since May 2020. The next meeting will be announced soon. You’re welcome to attend – see details via our Facebook page.
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WHY SHOULD YOU TAKE PART?
- to exchange knowledge on an international scale;
- to gain visibility and feedback on research and other projects;
- to learn from high-profile professionals and academics in the industry;
- to collaborate and get involved in interactive sessions;
- to grow your professional and academic networks.
Did you attend ACMC 2021?
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Who took part?
Students and emerging professionals from across the world delivered presentations, panel discussions, interactive workshops, poster presentations, artistic performances and networking sessions at ACMC 2021. See the full event agenda here!
You can access valuable resources from our keynote speakers and video recordings of the ACMC 2021 presentations on our ‘Past Editions‘ page.
Watch ACMC 2021 presentations
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