NEW CHALLENGES IN THE DIGITAL AGE?
Followed by a Special Issue by the International Journal of Arts Management (IJAM)
An International Workshop about cultural Festivals is going to be held on November 26th, 2019 at the University of Valencia, Spain. The main scope of the meeting is to share common and/or different ideas and perspectives among researchers with expertise in cultural events.
VALENCIA · 26 & 27 November 2019
26 November · Scientific research on cultural festivals’ organization and management: new challenges
27 November · Programas educativos y festivales culturales: nuevos enfoques y nuevas audiencias
Centre Cultural La Nau
University of Valencia
The aim of this International Workshop and the subsequent Special Issue is precisely to investigate the actual context of Festivals’ structure, organization and management, also considering the actual challenges of the digital age. Cross comparisons between Festivals taking place in different countries will be welcome. They are expected to consider the place, the structural organization and the impact of some selected Festivals organized in small or large cities
Exemplary research questions and topics include, but are not limited to, the following
The Workshop aims at collecting original contributions on these topics. We welcome qualitative or quantitative propositions, covering different countries, in the form of theoretical, conceptual, and empirical contributions.
- Elisa Salvador, ESSCA School of Management, France, corresponding editor
- Elena Castro-Martínez (INGENIO-CSIC, Universitat Politècnica de València, Valencia, Spain)
- Ana Maria Botella Nicolás and Rosa Isusi Fagoaga (University of Valencia, Spain)
Submission deadline: 1st February 2020
An international workshop about cultural festivals will be held on November 26th, 2019 at the University of Valencia, Spain. For more information on the workshop, please visit https://cfest.webs.upv.es/. Authors of the articles presented during the workshop will be invited to send a final version for possible publication in this Special Issue.