On March 10, Susanne Janssen (coordinator INVENT) and Arturo Rodriquez Morató (coordinator UNCHARTED) participated in a panel discussion on the manifold opportunities for cultural research in the context of Horizon Europe. The panel was convened by the incoming chair of the ESA Arts Network, Christopher Mathieu, as part of the ESA-ARTS conference The Social Effects of Art in Helsinki.
The project leaders of INVENT (Susanne Janssen), MESOC (Pau Raussel Köster), and UNCHARTED (Arturo Rodriquez Morató), presented and discussed their respective projects during a panel debate on The Social Impacts of Cultural Policies. The debate was organized in the framework of the online workshop hosted by the MESOC project, which took place on 3 March 2021 and was very well
Discover Society published a blog written by the UK Team of INVENT, entitled Engaging in culture in under pandemic restrictions: Where do we find culture and how do we feel about it? The blog draws on the findings of the exploratory survey the INVENT team conducted over the Summer in nine European countries. You can read it here. IMAGE CREDIT:
INVENT team members Marc Verboord (Erasmus University Rotterdam) and Nete Nørgaard Kristenen (University of Copenhagen) published an article, titled EU cultural policy and audience perspectives: how cultural value orientations are related to media usage and country context, in the International Journal of Cultural Policy Research. The authors studied how people across Europe think about cultural value, including cultural heritage, and
On 20-21 February 2020, the first Board Meeting of the INVENT project took place, at the premises of project coordinator Erasmus University Rotterdam (The Netherlands). The representatives of all 9 partners gathered to discuss the execution of the work and the planning of two major upcoming events: the first Team Meeting which will take place from 27-30 April 2020 in
Tally Katz-Gerro presented the framework of the INVENT project in a talk titled “The New European Agenda for Culture and cultural stratification in the age of digital transformations” at a symposium titled “State of the Arts: Towards a new cultural policy for the digital age” organized by Gaîté Lyrique and The University of the Arts, ZHdK, Zurich, in Paris, 6-7 February