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1 C u l t u r a l M a n a g e m e n t C o n f e r e n c e T h e A r t O f M a n a g i n g C u l t u r e Ta g e s s p i e g e l A s k a n i s c h e r P l a t z 3 B e r l i n

2 C o n t e n t Introduction Room Plan Programme The Visual Space of Ideas Partners Biographies Participants Notes Credits 1

3 I n t r o d u c t i o n Johanne s Ebert Secretary-General of the Goethe-Institut Managing culture, or devising and organizing cultural programmes, has been a central task and competence of the Goethe-Institut since it began its work as the cultural institute of the Federal Republic of Germany. In 2008, we began offering cultural management as a training programme for independent cultural stakeholders and for the staff of cultural institutions. These institutions are also the partners of the cultural programming work of the respective local Goethe-Instituts. The concept has proven itself and been successively expanded. As of today, far more than 180 participants from more than 60 countries have taken part in the cultural management programmes of the Goethe-Institut, approximately 75 cultural institutions from all fields in Germany have made the accompanying internships possible and a variety of educational institutions agencies, institutes of higher learning as well as freelance trainers were commissioned with the development of curricula and the implementation of the advanced training courses for cultural management whether in German, English, French or Russian. In the same way, the co-organizers of the conference have increasingly been involved in educational programmes in recent years. Art production and the funding of artists have been supplemented by support for networks and cultural managers. I am very pleased that the many years of cooperation between the Goethe-Institut and the Robert Bosch Stiftung, the Stiftung Mercator and the Allianz Kulturstiftung is being continued in the field of cultural management and also welcome the Caspar Ludwig Opländer Stiftung and the European Cultural Foundation to our joint conference Cultural Management The Art of Managing Culture. Thought was also given to the choice of the venue for this conference: the Verlag Der Tagesspiegel, which was already a partner of the Goethe-Institut s journalists exchange programme Close-Up in 2009, is now the host and the media partner of this conference. We all know that artists, curators and other people working in the creative sector as well as cultural managers are seismographs of their society, yet at the same time protagonists themselves in social change. The current political developments have demonstrated this to us strikingly. Art and culture are moving more and more into the sights of foreign policies aimed at accompanying and promoting societal developments, providing economic and social stimuli and facing worldwide challenges. Art and culture not only entertain and inspire, but cultural projects and art productions can unfold their specific effects in a variety of spheres in society, industry and politics. For this, they need intelligent and effective organizational and conceptual support in other words professional cultural management. In our assessment, the time was ripe for mutual deliberations: Where does the job profile of the cultural manager stand today? What do we believe cultural managers are capable of and what in the urban, the national and the regional environment and in international encounters does the future of cultural management look like? In order to grasp the various perspectives of this topic, to identify common interests and sketch out possible projects, this conference employs creative visualization and networking methods. A live Visual Space of Ideas will be created here in cooperation between the speakers, moderators, participants and the Dialogarchitects. We are curious to learn the results; we will take them up and continue to pursue them in coming years. Many thanks to the co-organizers and to you, the participants, for your support, your interest and your dedication. I am looking forward to us all having a few exciting and fruitful days. 2 3

4 Cloakroom 6 R o o Registration Shop 5 m P WC (female) l a 4 2 Food n 1 3 WC (male) 4 5

5 Wednesday from 8 30 am Registration P am r o g r a Welcome and presentation of conference objectives Philipp Dietachmair, European Culture Foundation, moderator of the conference Johannes Ebert, Secretary-General of the Goethe-Institut m m e Room am Conference methods Creating a Visual Space of Ideas VIS Hans-Jürgen Frank, Dialogarchitect Enzio Wetzel, Goethe-Institut, Culture and Development Division am Two speeches: one on the academic field of cultural management and the other on job profile of the cultural manager with discussion Prof. Birgit Mandel, University of Hildesheim and Bernd Leifeld, managing director of Documenta und Museum Fridericianum Veranstaltungs-GmbH, Kassel Moderator: Philipp Dietachmair am Coffee break 6 7

6 11 50 am 1 00 pm P o l i t i c s a n d s o c i e t y Room 3 Room 4 C u l t u r a l m a n a g e m e n t : W h e r e d o w e s t a n d? First round of parallel workshops: Stocktaking Exchange of experience on the status quo, observations and analysis of the current situation, best practices and challenges T h e p r o f e s s i o n i n p r a c t i c e I a Designing projects, dealing with curators and artists, self-definition of the cultural manager Project management and steering the project team Expert: Cerstin Gerecht, business consultant Facilitation/navigation: Wibke Behrens, Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst, I b Fundraising, marketing and public relations, audience development and reporting / evaluation Expert: Pooja Sood, khoj international artists association, New Delhi Facilitation/navigation: Dorothee Heidhues, denkmodell GmbH, Room 5 Room 6 III a The influence of cultural activities on politics and vice versa. How to acquire leeway. Cooperation with local communal, cultural and educational authorities Experts: Anmol Vellani, India Foundation for the Arts, Bangalore; Prof. Steffen Höhne, University of Music, Weimar Facilitation/navigation: Ben Wunsch-Grafton, Grafton Development, Edlach, Austria III b Effects on the public, art in public space, relationship between cultural production an social circumstances, interdisciplinary connections and networks, relations to the creative industries Experts: Dr. Patrick S. Föhl, founder and head of Network for Cultural Consulting, Dirk Heinze, editor of founder and editor of Weimar Facilitation/navigation: Steffi Leupold, denkmodell GmbH, pm Lunch E d u c a t i o n a n d r e s e a r c h pm Room 1 II Programmes in academic education and advanced vocational training, linking theory and practice for researchers, students and for cultural institutions Experts: Prof. Gesa Birnkraut, Institut für Kulturkonzepte, Hamburg, and University of Applied Sciences Osnabrück; Prof. Andrea Hausmann, European University Viadrina, Frankfurt/O. Facilitation/navigation: Nico Degenkolb, Goethe-Institut Munich Room 1 Summary of the workshops Presentation in the plenum pm What is cultural management good for and how can cultural managers be supported? Panel discussion with representatives of the Allianz Kulturstiftung, Caspar Ludwig Opländer Stiftung, Goethe-Institut, India Foundation for the Arts, Robert Bosch Stiftung, Stiftung Mercator, German Federal Cultural Foundation Moderator: Philipp Dietachmair, European Culture Foundation 8 9

7 pm Break Thursday pm Cultural managers present their projects from various regions of the world. Moderation: Enzio Wetzel and Imke Grimmer from 9 00 am Room pm Board I: Summary of the day s results in the Visual Space of Ideas VIS pm Drawing ideas: Drawing course for cultural managers Instruction: Aurélie Frank and Hans-Jürgen Frank, Dialogarchitects Room 1 Matchmaking Breakfast 9 30 am On the future of cultural management Five positions from home and abroad: brief presentations and panel discussion, Moderator: Philipp Dietachmair am pm 7 00 pm Group Dinner After Dinner: Drawing masterclass in Room 3 C u l t u r a l m a n a g e m e n t : W h e r e d o w e wa n t t o g o? Second round of parallel workshops: Future perspective Formulating demands for the future Gathering, viewing and weighting the ideas Sketching future activities and projects in small working groups Compiling the ideas from the working groups Including coffee break T h e p r o f e s s i o n i n p r a c t i c e Room 3 I a Expert: Cerstin Gerecht, business consultant Facilitation/navigation: Wibke Behrens, Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst, 10 11

8 Room 4 I b Expert: Pooja Sood, khoj international artists association, New Delhi Facilitation/navigation: Dorothee Heidhues, denkmodell GmbH, E d u c a t i o n a n d r e s e a r c h Room pm Board II: Project Matchmakig in the Visual Space of Ideas VIS Other participants announce their interest in the sketches, bilateral agreements on the next steps in interest groups Room 1 II Experts: Prof. Gesa Birnkraut, Institut für Kulturkonzepte, Hamburg, and University of Applied Sciences Osnabrück; Prof. Andrea Hausmann, European University Viadrina, Frankfurt/O. Facilitation/navigation: Nico Degenkolb, Goethe-Institut Munich pm Look back and look ahead: by conference observer Merle Hilbk, independent journalist, together with moderators, dialogue architects and organizers P o l i t i c s a n d s o c i e t y 4 00 pm Room 5 III a Experts: Anmol Vellani, India Foundation for the Arts, Bangalore; Prof. Steffen Höhne, University of Music, Weimar Facilitation/navigation: Ben Wunsch-Grafton, Grafton Development, Edlach, Austria End of the conference Room 6 III b Experts: Dr. Patrick S. Föhl founder and head of Network for Cultural Consulting, Dirk Heinze, editor of founder and editor of Weimar Facilitation/navigation: Steffi Leupold, denkmodell GmbH, pm Lunch Room pm Presentation of the sketches from the workshops Moderator: Philipp Dietachmair and Enzio Wetzel 12 13

9 T h e V i s u a l S p a c e o f I d e a s Dialogarchitects vision and task for this conference is to introduce a visual dialogue and a collective creation process using the space of the event as a shared working platform. Dialogarchitects realize their communication art in very different organisations in business, international institutions as well as in government ministries. This conference needs a special setting because it is situated between the organisational needs of management and the artistic, cultural perspective. This is already expressed in its title: The Art of Managing Culture. Through pro-active listening and visual sharing, in their industry projects Dialogarchitects enable their clients to become active catalysts of their project process and to create and implement novel solutions in projects with high complexity and large numbers of diverse participants from different cultures, professional fields and hierarchy levels. In this sense, visualisation and co-creation are two complementary processes taking their roots from the arts. Here Dialogarchitect s understanding of artistic work is not aimed at a work of art as product and result that can be sold, collected and exposed, but is focussing at the strategic way and the social co-creation process artists roll out while creating novel things. During the conference, Dialogarchitects will be visualising in real time what is expressed by people in the event, creating images with pictograms using key words according to what has been said. These drawings will progressively fill the conference walls. Experiences, best practices, concerns, fears, challenges and potentials collected from workshops, talks and discussions will be visible in a growing all-round overview. This will generate a network of images and messages within a common work platform, the VIS Visual Space of Ideas, on which participants will be able to situate their contents during the two days. The distinctive aspect of this process is that images are not only used as an exhibition but for dialogue and cooperation. In this way the two-day conference will actively be looking for novel solutions to current challenges emerging through the visual exercise, which has proven to have significant impact and relevance for people working in current cultural and political contexts as well as in businesses and civil society. Dialogarchitecture is this growing common platform on which participants, speakers, facilitators and experts can work together and experience visual co-creation. Aurélie Frank and Hans-Juergen Frank Dialogarchitects

10 Cooperation partners of the Cultural Management Conference The conference is initiated and organized by the Goethe-Institut in cooperation with: Caspar Ludwig Opländer Stiftung, Stiftung Mercator, Allianz Kulturstiftung and the media partner Verlag Der Tagesspiegel. The G oethe - Institut P a r t n e r s The Goethe-Institut is the Federal Republic of Germany s cultural institution operational worldwide. We promote the study of German abroad and encourage international cultural exchange. We also foster knowledge about Germany by providing information on its culture, society and politics. With our network of Goethe-Instituts, Goethe Centres, cultural societies, reading rooms and exam and language learning centres we have played a central role in the cultural and educational policies of Germany for over 60 years. With its Culture and Development initiative, the Goethe-Institut employs specific consulting and training programmes to promote institutions and stakeholders from culture, the media and society, in particular in countries involved in development cooperation. The programmes aim to provide professional qualifications, to advise and support the formation of regional networks and create cultural and social platforms. C a spar Ludwig Opl änder F oundation The Caspar Ludwig Opländer Foundation, which was established in January 2011 is the major shareholder of WILO SE, one of the world s leading manufacturers of pumps and pump systems with headquarters in Dortmund. The foundation supports projects worldwide in the fields of science, education, culture and sports. In the field of education and culture the foundation supports projects dealing with international understanding and the empowering of young talents

11 Der Tage sspiegel Stif tung Mercator Stiftung Mercator is one of Germany s largest foundations. It initiates and funds projects that promote better educational opportunities in schools and universities. In the spirit of Gerhard Mercator, it supports initiatives that embody the idea of openmindedness and tolerance through intercultural encounters, encouraging the sharing of knowledge and culture. The foundation provides a platform for new ideas to enable people regardless of their national, cultural or social background to develop their personality, become involved in society and make the most of the opportunities available to them. In this sense it is committed to inspiring ideas. Stiftung Mercator takes an entrepreneurial, international and professional approach to its work. It has a particular affinity with the Ruhr area, the home of its founding family. Allianz Kulturstif tung Since its establishment in 2000, the Allianz Kulturstiftung has initiated and supported multinational cultural and educational projects throughout Europe. The activities focus on the new generation of artistic and academic talent. With its cross-border projects the foundation fosters a European Public Sphere, intercultural dialogue and debate to strenghten a transnational European civil society. Der Tagesspiegel was established in 1945 as the first free newspaper in. For over 60 years a quote from Virgil s Georgica, Rerum cognoscere causas (getting to the bottom of things), has been the guiding principle and programme of the daily newspaper. Since 2009, Der Tagesspiegel has had its headquarters at Askanischer Platz 3 directly by the Anhalter Bahnhof, close to Potsdamer Platz in. In the historical periphery of the old newspaper quarter, Der Tagesspiegel in addition to the printed version, now also with an e-paper and Tagesspiegel- Online faces the challenges of a digital world. The Europe an Cultur al F oundation By collaborating with creative intellectuals and artists from all over the world, ECF has been a staunch supporter of culture in Europe for the past 60 years. We initiate and support cultural exchange and creative expression across wider Europe. We share and connect knowledge across the European cultural sector, and campaign for the arts on all levels of political decision-making. We link policy and practice, to act as catalysts for artistic and cultural expression and to have a concrete impact on European cultural policies and strategies. The unifying power of culture is an essential component in the creation of the open, inclusive and democratic society that is indispensable for Europe. The Robert Bosch Stif tung The Robert Bosch Stiftung is one of the major German foundations associated with a private company. Established in 1964, it represents the philanthropic endeavors of Robert Bosch ( ), focussing on the fields of science, health, international relations, education, society, and culture

12 S h o r t B i o g r a p h i e s O f T h e P a r t i c i p a n t s Na zir a Alymbae va Nazira Alymbaeva aims to create international networks with art centres, museums and galleries. Currently she is writing scientific research on leading women in the Kyrgyz Republic. Elyes Baccar Elyes Baccar is a Tunisian director and producer, born in He graduated from the French film school and started as assistant director of several Tunisian and foreign films. He then made numerous commercials with international agencies and started to direct short films. He also directed various plays and live shows and signed several documentaries and feature films. Today he is president of AC TIF Association and executive director of the International Human Rights Film Festival in Tunis (Human Screen Festival). In 2007, his first feature film She and He was born. Wailing Wall is his latest documentary, released in late A B A shwath Bhat t Born in Kashmir, Ashwath Bhatt, after his graduation from National School of Drama, New Delhi, obtained his post graduate degree in classical acting and acting instruction from LAMDA (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts). He is a visiting faculty member to various prestigious institutions like TUT Hannover, NSD New Delhi, FTII Pune, BNA Lucknow, etc; and worked with reputed theatre companies such as the Oxfordshire Theatre Company, Oxford, Flying Fish Theatre Company,, etc. He has done plays for BBC worldwide and has been part of collaboration with the National Theatre in Mannheim, Germany, etc. He has acted under the direction of various Indian and foreign theatre luminaries and conducted workshops on various aspects of acting in England, Germany, France, Croatia, Hungary, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Nepal, Pakistan and India. In 2007, he established the Theatre Garage Project (notfor-profit company). He is widely known in India for his work on the Red Nose Clowning theatre form. The philosophy behind his work is Finding something in nothing

13 K atja Beck Kos Katja Beck Kos is an independent art producer from Maribor, Slovenia, currently collaborating with different local institutions, establishing connections between NGOs and public institutions. She is initiator and head of the community arts program Living Courtyards of Maribor (part of ECOC Maribor 2012), producer of the international street theatre festival at the Festival Lent, initiator of the residency programme GuestRoomMaribor (also part of ECOC Maribor 2012) and other festivals/projects. She began her career in the arts as an organizer at Carmina Slovenica Choir, she was producer for different performing arts companies and in 2007 she received a Robert Bosch scholarship for cultural managers from Central and Eastern Europe. She was working at tanzhaus nrw in Düsseldorf until 2010, when she decided to go back to her hometown to use her experience and knowledge where it is most needed. Currently, she is also active in international cooperation with Anadolu University in Turkey as a part of Tandem EU-Turkey Cultural Managers Exchange. B Wibke Behrens Wibke Behrens is coordinator at NGBK - Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst/New Society for Visual Arts,. She works also as a consultant and systemic coach in the areas: cultural management, strategy development, communication and cultural politics. Wibke Behrens studied History of Art, Design History and Cultural and Critical Theory. Prof. Dr. Gesa Birnkr aut Prof. Dr. Gesa Birnkraut holds a diploma in business administration and arts management. She wrote her doctoral dissertation on the topic: Volunteering in arts institutions in a comparison between the US and Germany. She is a professor for strategic management at the University of Applied Sciences Osnabrück for the Master s degree in non-profit management. She is also the general manager of the arts management consultancy Birnkraut Partner arts+business consultants and head of the board of the non-profit Institut fuer Kulturkonzepte. More information at or Dr. Iarosl ava Bondarchuk Dr. Iaroslava Bondarchuk is chiefly a cultural manager and not an artist herself. Her work is at the borderline between different kinds of arts and different spaces. One of its directions is visual art, mostly by young Kharkov artists. She works at the Kharkiv Municipal Gallery with solo and group expositions of sculpture, painting, photography, mixed techniques and installation. She also works with the Arabesky Theatre in the sphere of contemporary theatre, cooperation in international projects and documentary theatre. Also, thanks to the Competence Centre for Cultural Managers (Kompetenzzentrum Kulturmanager) she is preparing her own project, which is connected with urban space and the term sustainability, or responsible thinking about the space around you. Therefore her main interest is the process of thinking. She likes to involve people who have not been involved yet. B C Amir a Chebli Amira Chebli (Tunisia) attended fine art school, then cinema school (unfinished studies) but in the meanwhile had experience in workshops and master classes in many visual and performing arts with a particular focus on dance and theatre. For about five years, she has been working as an actress and has shot independent movies (long features and shorts), recently had her first television series experience, and in theatre plays but also as contemporary dancer. Like many artists in North Africa and in the Arab World she is trying to work on collective initiatives to create an alternative cultural landscape that may shadow the real cultural dynamic in the region. Małg or z ata Ćwikł a Małgorzata Ćwikła is a PhD student at the Faculty of Management and Social Communication (University of Krakow) where she is writing her dissertation about theatrical co-productions with special attention given to project management in the European performing arts. She worked as a curator and producer of cultural projects in Germany, Poland and Bosnia and Herzegovina. In she was scholarship holder in the Cultural Managers from Central 22 23

14 and Eastern Europe programme of the Robert Bosch Foundation. Her main spheres of work are innovative teaching of cultural management, management of performing arts, international cultural management and its local dimension. Vik toria Danyliuk Viktoria Danyliuk is an art critic and acquired her degree (with honours) at the Saint Petersburg University of Humanities and Social Sciences. She works as art critic and curator at the Kroschitski Art Museum in Sevastopol, where she is responsible for conducting independent projects on contemporary art. She is also working as curator, art critic and archivist for the Creative Union of Artists and Art Critics of the Academy of Abstract Art and is the curator of the international festival Antiquity and Avant- Garde (installation, object, execution, video art) in Sevastopol. She was a participant of KUMA and realized projects entitled Joseph Beuys in the Crimea and Children of Joseph Beuys. (http://www.goethe. de/ins/ru/lp/prj/kum/kpr/jbo/deindex.htm). D Nico Degenkolb Nico (Strategy and Evaluation Department of the Goethe-Institut) holds degrees in Cultural Studies and International Relations from the University of Augsburg and Central European University Budapest. After graduating, Nico gained experience in a public sector consultancy. Since 2011, he has lived in Munich, where he works in the head office of the Goethe-Institut. Nico is responsible for organisational development and evaluation of the organisation s global activities. He is also an active member and co-founder of the Young Citizens Danube Network (YCDN). Dr. G okce Dervis o glu Ok andan Dr. Gokce Dervisoglu Okandan (Turkey) is a scholar of management (strategy, organizing theory) and has been working with cultural institutions for the last ten years. She also acts as Education Director of the project Tandem, an exchange program between Turkey and Germany. Sudhanva De shpande Sudhanva Deshpande works as an actor and director with Jana Natya Mamch, a theatre group in Delhi, which has recently set up a theatre studio called studio Safdar. He is one of the key persons involved in managing and running this space, with mostly performances, rehearsals, workshops, readings and community projects. R a shmi Dhanwani Rashmi Dhanwani currently manages corporate communications and audience building for the National Centre for the Performing Arts in Mumbai (www.ncpamumbai.com), where she heads communication and new media strategy, and public relations. In 2011, she was awarded the ARThink South Asia Fellowship from the Goethe-Institut India, for a project on audience building for the classical arts at the NCPA and Mumbai, thus enabling her to start D NCPA s first Outreach department. In October 2012, Rashmi also participated in the New York/India arts exchange with The Academy a program of Carnegie Hall, The Juilliard School and the Weill Music Institute (http://www.carnegiehall.org/academy/). In the past she has worked as a scriptwriter, an assistant filmmaker, a features reporter and a content consultant. She has managed media for not-forprofit initiatives such as Breakthrough an NGO that promotes human rights using media education and pop culture and Mumbai Unplug 07 (similar to Earth Hour 60). She also coordinated the Literature programming for the Mumbai Kala Ghoda Arts Festival in 2008 and the Children s Literature programming for the same in Philipp Dietachmair Philipp Dietachmair (Austria) is programme manager with the European Cultural Foundation (ECF) in Amsterdam. Responsible for the EU Neighbourhood Programme he develops and manages long-term cultural policy and capacity development projects for the cultural sector in Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus, Turkey, the southeast Mediterranean, Russia and the Western Balkans. A recent flagship project developed in this framework is the Tandem cultural managers exchange scheme, which, since 2011, involved cultural initiatives from 15 EU countries, Ukraine, Moldova, Turkey and three Arabic countries. From 1999 to 2001, Philipp Dietachmair coordinated higher education development projects and organized cultural events in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina for World University Service (WUS) Austria

15 A zita Ebadi Azita Ebadi is an art and cultural manager and head of the international section of Art Tomorrow, a bilingual quarterly art magazine published in Tehran. Besides this, she works as a freelance coordinator and curatorial assistant for international exhibitions. From she worked as a film coordinator for the House of World Cultures in. She is a member of ArtEngineers and a fellow of the ARThinkSouthAsia training programme (Goethe-Institut 2012). She is presently living in Tehran. Johanne s Ebert Johannes Ebert became the secretary-general of the Goethe-Institut in March Between 2002 and 2007 he was the director of the North Africa/ Middle East Region of the Goethe-Institut in Cairo, and then, from 2007 until 2012, was director of the Eastern Europe/Central Asia Region in Moscow. Johannes Ebert studied Islamic Studies (Arabic, Persian and Turkish) and Political Science in Freiburg im Breisgau. He was born in Ulm in Johannes Ebert is married and has three children. Ba sma El Husseiny Basma El Husseiny is an arts manager and a cultural activist who has been involved in supporting independent cultural projects and organizations in the Arab region for the past 20 years. She is a UNESCO expert in cultural governance and was previously the Media, Arts & Culture Program Officer for the Ford Foundation in the Middle East and North Africa, and the Arts Manager of the British Council in Egypt. She is a member of the Advisory Board of the Center for Cultural Policy and Management, Bilgi University, Istanbul, Turkey and was until October 2011 a member of the Advisory Board of the Rawafed Program, Syria Trust for Development. She is also the Egypt representative of the Arterial Network, Africa s largest cultural network. Currently she is the managing director of Cultural Resource (Al Mawred Al Thaqafy), a regional non-profit organization that aims at supporting young artists and writers. She has also co-founded, and was a trustee of the Arab Fund for Arts & Culture, an independent regional foundation. Öngün Eryılma z After her studies in media and cultural sciences and French-German studies in Düsseldorf, Cologne and Paris, she has worked for several media and broadcasting companies such as WDR and ARTE. From 2009 to 2011, she realized artistic and educational projects and workshops in cooperation with European institutions and local organizations as a Robert Bosch Cultural Manager at the Goethe- Institut s Dialogpunkt Deutsch in Marrakesh, Morocco. She currently coordinates the partner relations and the corporate development of the Faculty of Business Management at Alanus University of Arts and Social Sciences and is preparing a PhD about the cinéma du métissage in Germany and in France at the University of Cologne. She is founder of a creative platform for artists and cultural players in Germany and MENA and member of the European Cultural Parliament Youth Network Germany. E E F Xiao Feige After graduating from the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis in France with a Master s degree in Cultural Project Management, Xiao Feige began her career in the cultural field in China firstly in Beijing for Ullens Art Center, and then for the French Culture Center, specifically focused on the French Film Festival. The opening of the first modern museum at Chengdu, Jinsha Site Museum, gave her the opportunity to explore her career in marketing and communication for a cultural institution besides cultural exchange programmes. And after being in charge of the organizational work for the International Puppetry Congress this year, she began to work as the head of International Exchange Department of the National Puppetry Museum at Chengdu as well. Alberto Fe sser La Fábrica is a privately run cultural organization created in Madrid in 1995 to develop contemporary cultural projects of value to society. Photography and art, literature, film, music and dramatic arts are the principal focus of our projects: exhibitions, festivals and public programs; books and magazines; cultural centre design and programming; training, cultural strategy and consulting. As Director of La Fábrica, Alberto Fesser is responsible for developing new projects in collaboration with public and private international cultural organizations. Alberto Fesser is also Director of Fundación Contemporánea, devoted to the professional development of cultural management in Spain

16 Dr. Patrick S. Föhl Dr. Patrick S. Föhl, born in in 1978, acquired his PhD in Arts Management and is a Graduate Cultural Worker. Since 2006 he is head of the research group Regional Governance in the Cultural Sector of the Cultural Work Program at the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam (www. regional-governance-kultur.de). In 2005 he also founded the Network for Cultural Consulting (www.netzwerk-kulturberatung. de). In both cases he carries out various cultural planning projects. Since 1996 he has worked for different cultural institutions (e.g. Jewish Museum, Stiftung Schloss Neuhardenberg, Klassik Stiftung Weimar). He is guest lecturer and speaker at various universities, colleges and institutions in Austria, Germany, Poland, Switzerland, United States and Vietnam, and academic director of the Ulm Danube School for Arts Management. His working, publishing and research priorities are strategic arts management, collaborations and mergers, governance, arts marketing, project management, cultural financing, cultural policy and cultural development planning. He has also published extensively in the field of arts management and cultural policy in theory and practice. F Adél a Foldynová Adéla Foldynová works for Košice 2013 European Capital of Culture, Slovakia. She is a project manager of one of the key projects of Košice 2013 called K.A.I.R. (Košice Artist in Residence). K.A.I.R. facilitates artist mobility through three-month residency stays of foreign artists in Košice and of East Slovakian artists going abroad. They have a strong alliance with Germany (they send local artists to Halle 14 in Leipzig and they receive usually two to three German artists per year thanks to the support of Goethe-Institut Bratislava), Ukraine, Moldova, France, Japan etc. The artists in Košice create an artwork inspired by their stay in the town with its rich history, strong multicultural background and vital energy accumulated around European Capital of Culture project. Adéla Foldynová studied Arts and Heritage at Maastricht University, Netherlands and Liberal Arts and Humanities at Charles University in Prague. Aurélie Fr ank Aurélie Frank is currently in charge of research activities for Dialogarchitect. She works for NGOs, international organisations and industry. She holds a Master s degree in Development Studies from the University of Manchester (GB). She speaks both English and Spanish fluently. Her native languages are German and French. She studied International Development, Latin American Studies, Intercultural Communication and Philosophy in Great Britain, Germany, Spain and Bolivia. Her focus is on indigenous development and participation as well as on intercultural cooperation in European and Latin American contexts. Hans - Jürgen Fr ank Hans-Juergen Frank is CEO and creator of the novel professional field of Dialogarchitect. For more than 15 years he has worked for international organizations, government ministries and industry companies in Europe, North and Latin America, Asia and Africa. His specific concern is the integration of strategies from the field of Fine Arts, Architecture and Design for creating new procedures in business processes, complex settings of collaboration, networking and dialogue. He developed and realized a number of methodologies, such as a Moving Art Work for 35,000 people of a government ministry, a worldwide MIS Management Information Space for innovation and decisionmaking in a multinational automotive company and a Project Brain for a 7-year process in a worldwide leadership development programme. One example of his current work is a permanent Strategic Decision- Making Space for a group from the financial sector. Hans-Juergen taught for 10 years at universities and art colleges. He is a contributor to conferences and publications and author of the book Drawing Ideas (Ideen zeichnen, Beltz Verlag) F G Prof. Dr. K a zuo Fujino At Kobe University, Japan (and a number of German universities) Prof. Dr. Kazuo Fujino teaches cultural policy, cultural management and cultural science in modern Europe (with a focus on German Idealism and Richard Wagner). He is also a member of the boards of a number of cultural institutions, arts foundations and academic societies, the managing director of the Kobe music festival since 2006, etc. Hadia Gana Hadia Gana is a ceramicist working as an artist but also teaching art at different stages or levels (secondary schools and university). She is now setting up the Ali Gana Museum dedicated to one of the four first-generation artists in Libya. The museum aims to be a hub attracting young creative people of all artistic fields, to foster projects and influence art education starting from the very young as well as to introducing art in public spaces

17 Farna z Ghorbani Monha sser since 2003, from 2003 until 2011 in the Language Department and since 2011 in the Culture and Development Division. She is responsible there for financial management and controlling, for knowledge, contract and contact management and for the organization of seminars and events by the division. Elzbieta Gwiasda is part of the organizational team of the conference The Art of Managing Culture. Cerstin Gerecht Cerstin Gerecht studied political science and theology. After being a member in several research projects at university, she started her professional career by working in the field of arts and culture. As CEO of different cultural institutions, she was responsible for the conception of marketing strategies, project management of international theatre festivals and cooperation with local and regional administrations. As head of the Cultural Administration of the city of Kiel and afterwards as marketing director of the publisher Suhrkamp and Insel, she was responsible for art and cultural promotion, strategic and operational planning of marketing activities, change management processes, human resources management and project management. Since 2008 Cerstin Gerecht has been working as a consultant in. She is an expert in change management in the public sector. Further activities lie in organization and strategy development, development of marketing strategies as well as finance and funding. G Since 2005, Farnaz Ghorbani Monhasser (Iran) has been in charge of several cultural projects of DAAD and Goethe-Institut. Facilitating cultural exchange and realising sustainable projects are the main fields of her interest. In her job, she is engaged in developing, planning, implementation and evaluation of cultural programmes, cultural event management, extension of existing partnerships and development of networks in cultural affairs, fund management and accounting and also organisation of study trips. Chris tina Gleich Christina Gleich was born in Porto Allegre, Brazil and lived in Quito, Ecuador for 18 years. She studied social communication for development at Universidad Salesiana in Quito. One of her personal interests relates to art and culture; therefore she studied theatre. She has been working at the Asociación Humboldt/ Goethe Centre Quito since She started as cultural assistant, and in 2007 was appointed culture coordinator of the institution, which made her responsible for the culture department. In this position she works intensively on the conception, planning and execution of cultural projects. Imke Grimmer Imke studied Cultural Anthropology, Arabic and French and has been working in the context of international development projects (Burkina Faso, Jemen) in the field of basic education and adult education. Since 2007 she is managing international projects at the Goethe-Institut, especially in the field of cultural management in the division of G H Culture and Development. The division designs programs for professionals in the cultural sector, consults institutions and networks stakeholders. Imke Grimmer is part of the organizational team of the conference The Art of Managing Culture. El zbieta Gwia sda Elzbieta received her degree in German at the University of Wroclaw, Poland. She has been working at the head office of the Goethe-Institut in Munich Hatem Ha ssan Hatem Hassan is an Egyptian theatre director and cultural project manager. Following extensive training in theatre and several workshops, he took part in many projects in Egypt and abroad, including working at the Avignon Festival in 2009 and Besides his career in theatre, Hatem shows many other talents as an artist with several participations in different cultural events as a coordinator, organizer or providing technical support. He continues to draw on that experience in his work as a cultural activist. z 30 31

18 Prof. Dr. Andre a Hausmann Prof. Dr. Andrea Hausmann is professor of cultural management and director of the Master s course of study in cultural management and cultural tourism at the European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder). She is the author of a number of books and articles, editor of the Springer Verlag series Kunstund Kulturmanagement, organizer of the Viadrina Cultural Management Symposium, a member of numerous committees and a regular consultant for academic institutions. D orothee Heidhues Dorothee Heidhues is a lawyer specializing in international cooperation and is a trained systemic and gestalt-oriented consultant in the field of organizational development and change management. She works as a consultant and trainer at the national and international levels with teams, organizations and networks in the process of change. Her consulting activity focuses on team development, communication training and on strategic and operative planning processes. Her clients include government ministries, foundations and various NGOs, private companies, the GIZ, as well as consulting firms in international cooperation. H Dirk Heinze In 1996, Dirk Heinze founded the first German online portal for cultural management, Kulturmanagement. Net. Today, the portal is among the leading information networks for cultural managers worldwide. Heinze first studied music education and then cultural management at the Liszt Music School in Weimar. He gained practical experience at the Musik Podium Stuttgart as manager of the Stuttgart Chamber Choir and at the classical music festival mdr-musiksommer. Together with Dirk Schütz, from he was co-editor of the handbook Erfolgreich Kultur finanzieren (Funding the Arts Successfully). Dirk Heinze travels regularly in Germany and abroad as a speaker and trainer for topics such as the use of the new media in the cultural sector or career planning for cultural managers. He is also involved in local politics as a member of the Weimar city council. Ludwig Henne Ludwig Henne is a former Robert Bosch Cultural Manager, who worked in Slovakia for two years ( ) to develop and implement an international artist-in-residence program. Now, Henne is a freelance cultural manager with a focus on Middle and Eastern Europe. For example, he works for Košice European Capital of Culture 2013, the Robert Bosch Foundation and the artist-run gallery Galerie b2_ in Leipzig. Ludwig Henne studied Cultural Science at the University of Leipzig, focusing on cultural management and history. Beside his studies, Henne was a deputy chairman of the artist-in-residence program Künstlerresidenz *blumen* and the art association Kunstverein Leipzig. Before he went to Košice, Ludwig Henne worked for the University of Leipzig and developed a fundraising strategy. Prof. Dr. Steffen Höhne Prof. Dr. Steffen Höhne studied German, history and political science at Heinrich Heine University, Düsseldorf and was a research associate (Germanic linguistics) at Heinrich Heine University ( ). From 1992 until 1996 he was employed as lecturer at Charles Universit Prague (Katedra Germanistiky), then as assistant professor at Friedrich Schiller University, Jena. He held guest professorships in Oxford, Mississippi, Odense, Denmark, Jyväskylä and Helsinki, Finland, Charles University Prague and University of Montpellier III Paul Valéry. His postdoctoral qualification was on German-Czech relations in the Age of Restoration. Since the summer semester of 2000, he has been professor of cultural studies and management at the Liszt School of Music, Weimar and Friedrich Schiller University, Jena. He is the chairperson of the Fachverband für Kulturmanagement and managing editor of the Jahrbuch für Kulturmanagement, speaker for the Thuringian state branch of the Kulturpolitische Gesellschaft and member of the speakers council of the Deutscher Kulturrat. Merle Hilbk Merle Hilbk, born in 1969, studied H law and completed a publishing traineeship before working as an editor for the Dossier of Die Zeit. It was there that she discovered her interest in Russia and Eastern Europe, where she was active in various development policy projects. Today, she lives in and works as a lecturer and writer. Her latest book is Tschernobyl Baby. Wie wir lernten, das Atom zu lieben. Ibr ahim Hotak Ibrahim Hotak, born in Kabul, Afghanistan in 1962, attended school in Kabul. He received his university diplomas in Philosophy and Social Science (BA and MA) from Friedrich Schiller University in Jena, 32 33

19 Germany. From 1993 to 2005 he worked in different fields in Germany. He returned to Afghanistan in 2005, where he started working with the Goethe- Institut as head of the cultural department. Habiba Is sa Habiba Issa (Tanzania) works in the position of artistic director for the Parapanda Theatre Lab Trust. Also she once directed some artistic work such as stage plays, poetry songs, but she is a skilled actress as well. Moreover, she worked as a fundraiser through writing proposals and in other ways. She and the Parapanda staff developed ideas to make projects successful, i.e. their cooperation with UFA-Fabrik. Tamar Jana shia Tamar Janashia is a Tbilisi, Georgia-based arts manager and business consultant. She has had extensive experience working for different local and I J international commercial companies (TBC Bank, VOL Publishing, Georgian House of Greater Washington) and cultural institutions (Goethe-Institut, Tbilisi State Academy of Arts, Europe House), was a participant of various educational and professional development programs (Goethe-Institut: KuMa, British Council: Arts Management Course, U.S. State Department: Edmund Muskie Scholarship). Tamar Janashia holds a degrees from the University of Maine (USA) in Business Administration and from Tbilisi State University (Georgia) in Classical Studies. Ruhi Jhunihunwal Ruhi Jhunihunwal defines herself as a facilitator between the field of management and the field of performing arts with a focus in theatre. She completed a Master s degree in Business Administration in Communication Management from the Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication, Pune, India with a specialization in Corporate Communication and Public Relations. She worked with Ranga Shankara, Bangalore, as Associate in Programming reporting directly to theatre veteran Arundhati Nag for a period of almost three years, which gave her immense exposure to the functional systems of various divisions of the performing arts. E va Khachatryan Eva Khachatryan is an independent curator, member of AICA Armenia (International Association of Art Critics) and CIMAM (International Committee of ICOM for Museums and Collections of Modern and Contemporary Art). Between 2003 und 2008 she worked as a curator at the Armenian Center for Contemporary Experimental Art (ACCEA) and between 2006 and 2008 she held the position of codirector in the Department of Fine Arts at the ACCEA. At the moment, she is realizing different projects (exhibitions, seminars) in the Suburb Cultural Center. She has been cooperating with the Goethe-Institut since Gunesh Khodjakulieva As manager of the Eski Masjid theatre studio, an acclaimed provincial company from Karshi, she served mainly as the focal person between the theatre-studio and international organizations and was responsible for fundraising and coordinating international productions, including a joint project with the Friedrich Neumann Foundation, Open Society Institute, Japan Foundation, Goethe- Institut and others. Since 2006, she has also been working as the secretary of the Small Grants Fund at the Swiss Cooperation Office in Uzbekistan, and K coordinates different regional and national projects. Nowadays, she is author and manager of the theatrical performance discussion Zarathustra by Nietzsche with support from the Goethe-Institut and Theatre Ilkhom of M. Weil in Taschkent. Nadja Kr anz Nadja Kranz (born in 1985) studied Media Culture and Cultural Management in Weimar, Malmö and Hamburg. She works in the fields of event organization, editing and project management as a selfemployed cultural manager. Nadja Kranz is part of the organizational team of the conference The Art of Managing Culture. Aleh Kur a shou Aleh Kurashou is an art manager and curator of the State Art Gallery of G. Vaschenko. With a specialization in modern and contemporary art, he organises exhibitions in Belarus and participates in international cultural projects. He also curates internet art projects, like the project

20 com about contemporary art and people who create it, a website that supports projects in the field of art and provides space for discussions with German artists and curators. Dr. Ülkü Zümr ay Kutlu In her academic career, Dr. Ülkü Zümray Kutlu concentrated in researches on refugees and their social, economic and cultural rights. Between the years , she worked at Anadolu Kültür as the Project Coordinator of the (In)visible Cities: Building Capacities for Cultural Policy Transformation in Turkey. She was responsible for the coordination and implementation of the fieldwork, and facilitated the development of participatory local cultural policies in the cities of Antakya, Çanakkale and Kars. She completed her PhD at Istanbul Bilgi University, Department of Political Science entitled Cultural Policy Making and the Right to the City in Çanakkale and Kars, and worked as the Coordinator of the City-Culture-Participation Programme at Anadolu Kültür. Under this program, she is supervising the Tandem: Cultural Managers Exchange Programme-TR- EU being implemented by MitOst, Anadolu Kültür and Istanbul Bilgi University and funded by Stiftung Mercator and ECF, as well as supporting the Tandem Shaml: Europe-Arab Region implemented together with MitOst, Al Mawred Al Thaqafy and funded by Robert Bosch Foundation. K L Chokri L atif Writer Chokri Latif was born in Nabeul in He has led cultural institutions in Tunisia since Latif currently serves as Director of the Maison de la Culture Ibn Rachiq in Tunis and previously directed six other cultural centres in Tunis and around the country. He studied philosophy at the Faculty of Letters and Humanities in Tunis. Latif sits on the board of numerous civil society associations, including the League of Free Tunisian Writers (Ligue des Ecrivains Tunisiens Libres), the theoretical journal Outrahat, RAID (Rassemblement pour une Alter-native Internationale au Développement) and the Organisation against Torture in Tunisia. From February 2002 until November 2011, Latif was arbitrarily banned or removed from cultural activities. Bernd Leifeld Bernd Leifeld studied German, drama and education at the University of Cologne and the Freie Universität. He was assistant director at the Renaissance- Theater, the theater coom Cologne and the Wuppertaler Bühnen. In 1980, Bernd Leifeld worked as a dramaturge at the Ruhr Festival in Recklinghausen, then as the theatrical director of the Kassel State Theatre. From 1984 until 1991 he managed the Tübingen State Theatre. Following a teaching assignment in dramaturgy at the University of Tübingen, he lectured at the University of Basel. He was the theatrical director of the Theater Basel from 1993 until Since 1 January 1996, he has been the managing director of documenta und Museum Fridericianum Veranstaltungs-GmbH in Kassel. Steffi Leup old Steffi Leupold is an ethnologist and sociologist as well as a trained systemic and gestalt-oriented organizational developer. She worked for six years in the field of international cooperation in southern Africa and south Asia and was employed as organizational consultant and programme developer for a Europe-wide network at the Inter-national Academy (INA). She taught German as a foreign language for three years at the Goethe Centre in Harare (Zimbabwe). She now works nationally and internationally as a self-employed facilitator, organizational consultant and trainer. L Tina Lierheimer Tina Lierheimer holds a degree in psychology and education with an additional qualification in economics from Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich and University of Barcelona. Following her degree studies she trained at the Goethe-Institut s Strategy Department with a main focus on evaluation. Afterwards she worked as a seminar leader at the Berufliche Fortbildungszentren der Bayerischen Wirtschaft (Centre for Continuing Education). Since she returned to the Goethe-Institut in 2009, her main areas have been organisational development and evaluation. In her current position, she is an evaluation and quality management consultant for the Goethe-Instituts worldwide. Shi Li - Sanderson Shi Li-Sanderson is currently working as executive president at SmileAngel Foundation, where she is applying her knowledge and experience in the fields of arts and cultural management to build up this young and vibrant non-profit organization into the premier Chinese foundation. Shi has studied and worked in the cultural sectors in Japan, Malaysia, England, Germany and China. She has extensive knowledge of 36 37

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