At the very end of winter and therefore on the eve of spring, the scientific and technical committees of the Phoenician Route met in Selinunte, Western Sicily, welcoming the addition of a Maltese partner. Representing the cultural organisation Inizjamed, with its twenty-year history and active record in engaging and supporting intercultural exchange and dialogue in… Continue reading The Phoenician Route in the Mediterranean
This brief report summarises the main outcomes of the fifth Brokering Intercultural Exchange Network meeting held in Belfast. Participants from all over the world focused on the future of arts management education. International exchanges on arts management – Belfast 2018 Introduction: Braving the storm Following the meeting at Goldsmiths University in London in November, the… Continue reading Arts management education
This presentation accompanied my lecture on intercultural policy matters at l’Institut d’études européennes, Laboratoire CRESPPA – LabTop, Université Paris 8 in St Denis. A Mediterranean capital of culture_ a Maltese case study
This blog posted by Arts Management Network provides a few reflections on intercultural relations in arts and cultural management practice. http://artsmanagement.net/index.php?module=News&func=display&sid=1842
This short article provides some reflections on the development of cities and culture in a framework of urban planning. https://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20171124/opinion/Cities-of-tomorrow-Karsten-Xuereb.663870
This brief interview by Teodor Reljic on Malta Today reflects on issues of state control on cultural matters. http://www.maltatoday.com.mt/arts/valletta_2018/82138/its_bizarre_how_some_people_in_funding_bodies_perceive_critique_as_an_affront#.Wh6uFUqnGUk
sustainable_tourism_in_malta_melilla_171020 This critical presentation on sustainable tourism in Malta was given at the 2017 annual España Creativa forum on sustainable tourism in Melilla, Spain.