This page includes different reports, papers and articles produced by the ECUMEST team and its collaborators and partners in main areas of intervention of the association.
INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL COOPERATION
Overview of the Romanian independent cultural scene in focus at LabforCulture.org
Author: ECUMEST, at the commissioning of LabforCulture.org
A series of materials on this theme were prepared by ECUMEST at the
commissioning of LabforCulture.org, a partner initiative of the European
Cultural Foundation. Among these are an article writen by Corina Suteu
on the basis of interviews given by artist Ciprian Muresan; curator
Alina Serban; film producer Ada Solomon; sociologist Radu Malureanu;
Secretary General of the Ministry of Culture and Religious Affairs Virgil-Stefan
Article Corina Suteu; English version; pdf document; 66,9 kb
Interview Ciprian Muresan; Romanian version; pdf document; 30 kb
Interview Alina Serban; Romanian version; pdf document; 51kb
Interview Ada Solomon; Romanian version; pdf document; 34 kb
Interview Radu Malureanu; Romanian version; pdf document; 30 kb
Interview Virgil-Stefan Nitulescu; Romanian version; pdf document; 27kb
Funding opportunities for international cultural cooperation in and
with South East Europe
Author: ECUMEST, at the commissioning of the European Cultural Foundation
The study on this theme was realised by ECUMEST at the commissioning
of the European Cultural Foundation with the participation of Relais
Culture Europe. Detalii...
English version; pdf document; 584 kb
Challenges of Cultural Cooperation in Southeastern Europe:
the Internationalization of Cultural Policies and Practices
Authors: Corina SUTEU & Milena DRAGICEVIC-SESIC
Written for the ECF "Crossing Perspectives: Cultural Cooperation
with South Eastern Europe" seminar, which took place in Amsterdam,
16-18 June 2003, in the framework of 'Enlargement of Minds' action line.
Text re-edited and published in Culturelink issue on "The Emerging
Cultural Industries in Southeastern Europe", Institute for International
Relations, Zagreb, 2005.
English version; pdf document, 165 kb
The State of Cultural Cooperation in Europe
Authors: INTERARTS and EFAH, at the request of the European Commission.
ECUMEST Association as correspondent for Romania
Commissioned by the European Commission, the aims of the study 'The
State of Cultural Cooperation in Europe' were to picture existing trends
in the field of intergovernmental cultural cooperation in 31 European
countries. ECUMEST Association represented the national correspondent
for Romania of this evaluation process, under the coordination of Corina
EN version; consult it on the European Commision website
FR version; consult it on the European Commision website
Overview on cultural policy in Central and Eastern Europe between
Author: Corina SUTEU
Policy paper written for UNESCO in 2003. The text was also available
in printed version, being released by ECUMEST and SAR - Romanian Academic
Society in 2005. Details
in printed editions page...
English version; pdf document, 441 Kb
Cultural institutions after 12 years of "New Democracy"
in Central and Eastern Europe
Author: Corina SUTEU
Paper written for the Salzburg seminar 'Cultural Institutions in Transition',
April 13-15 2002.
English version; pdf document, 46 Kb
for Culture publications
A series of articles, studies, reports realised in the framework
of Policies for Culture are available on the programme's website in
Two electronic periodicals are also published in the frame of PfC:
e-bulletin (monthly information publication) and InSIGHT (analysis
and opinion publication). These are distributed by email, being also
available online in the e-periodicals
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ROMANIA: Artists in/on/for Context
Authors: Oana RADU & Stefania FERCHEDAU
This text is the result of a series of interviews with four Romanian
young artists coming from four different areas (cinema, dance, theatre
and visual arts) and active in what could be called the independent
sector. Article written for the PfC Journal, Winter 2003.
English version; pdf document, 117 kb
Lobbying the Legislature: Romanian MP's and Culture. A View from
Author: Oana RADU
How do MPs perceive lobbying and being lobbied? What do they expect
from those that lobby them? Article written for the PfC Journal, November
English version; pdf document, 101 kb
CULTURAL MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROGRAMS IN EUROPE
Academic Training in Cultural Management in Europe: making it work
Author: Corina SUTEU
Background paper for the expert meeting "Higher Education in Cultural
Policy and Management: an European Perspective" organised by the
Boekman Foundation, Amsterdam (28-29 March 2003), part of a wider research
commissioned by Boekman Foundation to be published in spring 2006.
English version; pdf document, 129 Kb
published in Romanian magazines are available from the Romanian version
of this page...