Institute of Cultural Capital 5th Anniversary Symposium

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Redmonds Building

Liverpool John Moores University

Liverpool

L3 5UG

United Kingdom

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In November this year the Institute of Cultural Capital will celebrate five years of researching and engaging with cultural and arts policy in the UK, Europe and Internationally. We would like to warmly invite you to a symposium in Liverpool on 10th of November to celebrate this milestone. The symposium will explore the work of the ICC in the UK and International context. The symposium will include panel discussions with senior academic researchers, policy makers and practitioners in the areas of:

- Cultural Policy, City Narratives and Major Events
- Cultural Leadership, Ethics and Values
- Digital Culture, Inclusion and Policy
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- Cultural Assets and Social Value

As one of our valued colleagues, we warmly invite you to be part of this milestone event.

The symposium is jointly supported by the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. For a detailed programme, please click here.

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Redmonds Building

Liverpool John Moores University

Liverpool

L3 5UG

United Kingdom

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The Institute of Cultural Capital conducts collaborative and interdisciplinary research that critically examines the role and value of cultural interventions in urban environments, from grassroots initiatives to large-scale cultural events and festivals.

 

Established in 2010, this leading centre of cultural policy research is a strategic collaboration between the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University.

 

Our research is structured around four core themes: Cultural Policy; Cultural Leadership; Digital Culture; and Cultural Assets & Social Value

 

The institute is led by a core team of internationally acclaimed researchers and draws upon the considerable expertise of partner institutions and a global community of cultural policy experts.

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