Internationales Medien- und Kulturmanagement


Key benefits:
A unique platform: Since 2018, the ACMC conference has offered students and emerging professionals in the arts & culture sector a unique platform to share insights, exchange ideas, learn from high-profile speakers and collaborate internationally.
A varied, flexible & interactive format: The 2021 edition will take place entirely online with live-streamed and pre-recorded sessions (e.g. panel discussions, workshops, talks, presentations, poster exhibition, networking). It could very well support universities in diversifying their 2020/21 academic program and offer as participation in the conference will challenge and improve students’ presentation skills, knowledge of the sector's trends & initiatives across and beyond Europe, and grow their network.
Leading speakers: ACMC’s strategic partnership with the European Network on Cultural Management & Policy will ensure the participation of leading figures in the sector in talks related to each of the 2021 themes.
More agency, personalization, and collaboration: Unlike the previous three editions, the 2021 ACMC takes a decentralized model, with giving more involvement opportunities to groups to set up a localized hub and thus encouraging collaboration towards collectively shaping the event agenda.

Key dates:
The ACMC 2021 Call is open until Sunday 4 October 2020, at 11.59 pm CET.
Submissions results will be announced on Friday 30 October 2020.
Event dates: 28 - 30 January 2021

Download documents for the Open Call
and download documents for Localized Hubs

Further information

Encatc – the European network on cultural management and policy

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