This one-day seminar will address the following questions:
What is cultural governance?
A lot of cultural organisations are still depending on government support and financing but are facing now problems because of the financial changes. In this seminar we want to focus on the changing interpretations of cultural governance from an intercultural perspective and how they need to adapt their organisation to this changing context. Cultural governance and leadership are also closely related. Shared and aesthetic leadership are two of the appropriate means that we will discuss as well a response to developing new ways of acting.
The seminar will focus on processes and encourage feedback and dialogue. The seminar will look at the impact of these understandings for the future.
How is cultural governance understood in different contexts, and more particular in the Taiwanese context?