In a world where data seems to be the basis of any decision, can we imagine a space without the authority of figures?
Mathilde Betoret | Gérard Martorell
We analyse the evolution during the pandemic of cultural heritage institutions around the world.
We talk to Jordi Costa and Germán Labrador about the historical roots of counterculture and its current situation.
Ana Manzanedo | Liliana Arroyo
How teal practices can be introduced into public administration. Five common challenges and three transformative case studies.
We speak with Lucy Wood about the language used to tackle climate change and about the role of the arts in raising awareness.
What opportunities does it present, and what are the challenges facing cultural organisations as they adapt to meet the needs of audiences in the 21st century?
The cultural sector is shifting, and audiences are now in the spotlight. Two conferences reflected this shift in Madrid and Barcelona.
The program includes reflections relations between cultural institutions and audience.
As strategic hubs, cultural institutions must contribute to the transition to a new energy culture that protects the climate.
Juan Mateos García
How can data help the cultural sector to create value by helping it to understand its audiences better, and to develop new business models?
For the cultural institutions, offering open data may become a new form of dialogue that promotes commitment and innovation.