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International Conference on Cultural Policy Research / July 05 - 09, 2016 / Sookmyung Women's University, Seoul, South Korea

Daily program

Program > Daily program

Round table Changing role of cultural policy towards mid-21st century
  • Time : 10:00~12:00
  • Venue : Gemma Hall, College of Pharmacy, 2nd campus, Sookmyung Women's University
Title Presenters Discussants

15:30~17:00 Registration Yeak-dang, National Gugak Center

17:00~20:00 Opening ceremony
(at Yeak-dang, National Gugak Center)
* Keynote speaker : Prof. Ian BURUMA
“Culture and the Nation: From the Chinese Emperor’s Calligraphy to K-Pop”
* Speech : Dr. Jiwon SONG
“National tradition of Korean music policy”
Yeak-dang, National Gugak Center
Thematic sessions Thematic session 1 :
Civic Engagement with the Arts in Creative Age :
The Case of Seoul
  • Time : 9:00~10:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 701
  • Chair : Young Baik
Title Presenters Discussants
Civic Engagement with the Arts in Creative Age : The Case of Seoul
K059
Dukjoo KWAK,
Joon HAN,
Mihye LIM,
Hyein KIM,
Seonhae BAIK
Thematic sessions Thematic session 2 :
Inequality, Meritocracy and Wellbeing in the Cultural Industries:
Critical Perspectives
  • Time : 9:00~10:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 520
Title Presenters Discussants
Inequality, Meritocracy and Wellbeing in the Cultural Industries: Critical Perspectives
A178
Dave O'BRIEN,
Kim-marie SPENCE,
Mark TAYLOR
Paper sessions Paper 1 :
Artist policy
  • Time : 9:00~10:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 521
  • Chair : Bjarki VALTYSSON
Title Presenters Discussants
Re-negotiating the Artists’ Myth in Relation to Political Change
A117
Simone WESNER Sygrid Royseng
Writing Myself Home: Migrant Well-beingand Expressive Writing.
A103
Claudia CHIBICI REVNEANU Anita CHERIAN
Paper sessions Paper 2 :
International cultural relations
  • Time : 9:00~10:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 522
  • Chair : Antonio VLASSIS
Title Presenters Discussants
The Exploration of Taiwan Academy and Cultural Foreign/diplomacy Policy
A183
Chun-Jen TSAI Hyungseok KANG
Exporting Culture: the Confucius Institute and China’s Smart Power Strategy Towards Southeast Asia
A025
Tony LIU,
Wei-Teng CHIN
Jong Dal PARK
Paper sessions Paper 3 :
Creative industry policy
  • Time : 9:00~10:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 523
  • Chair : Gonzalo ENRIQUEZ-SOLTERO
Title Presenters Discussants
Hit or Miss? The Making of Creative Industries Policy in Thailand
A182
Alongkorn PARIVUDHIPHONGS Gabrielle FERDINAND
Neoliberal Legislation of Creative Industries Policy in Taiwan
A241
Hui-ju TSAI Joo Hun LEE
Paper sessions Paper 4 :
Cultural diversity
  • Time : 9:00~10:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 524
  • Chair : Anna NOH
Title Presenters Discussants
Arts-based Policy Strategies for Social Cohesion: Implications of North Korean Defectors’ Performing Arts Groups Based in South Korea
K005
Hyesun SHIN Anri JANG
A Study on the Effectiveness of Multicultural Arts and Cultural Education -focusing on North Korean Student Refugees and Chinese-born North Korean Youth Refugees -
K029
Jiun AN,
Jeffrey Jae Beum KIM,
Ji Yean KIM
Ernst WAGNER
Paper sessions Paper 5 :
Politics of cultural policy
  • Time : 9:00~10:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 615
  • Chair : Eleonora REDAELLI
Title Presenters Discussants
The Arts Council Formula: Exploring Cultural Governance Solutions in Cambodia
A110
Kai T. BRENNERT "Annick SCHRAMME
Why Did a Cultural Policy Develop in the European Union in 1977?
A040
Ana GAIO Susan LUCKMAN
Paper sessions Paper 6 :
Cultural policy of participation
  • Time : 9:00~10:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 616
  • Chair : Hans VAN MAANEN
Title Presenters Discussants
Monitoring Local Cultural Life -why Are Some Communities Vibrant Cultural Centres and Others Not?
A184
Gunn Kristin LEIKVOLL,
Baard KLEPPE,
Knut VAREIDE,
Svenja RONCOSSEK
Helen RUSAK
The German "Landesbuhnen“ - a prototype for “tribalization of theatre”? Significance of audience participation for the survival of theatre
A099
Katharina SCHROECK Jonathan PRICE
Paper sessions Paper 7 :
Cultural policy and development
  • Time : 9:00~10:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 617
  • Chair : Milena DRAGICEVIC SESIC
Title Presenters Discussants
Cultural Policy Frameworks for Strategizing Cultural Clusters - the Case of the Museumsquartier Vienna
A095
Dagmar ABFALTER Tuchung LIU
Cultural Policy As an Instrument for Sustainable Development of Historical Districts: a Case Study of the Dadaocheng Historical District in Taipei, Taiwan
A212
Tuchung LIU Dagmar ABFALTER
Paper sessions Paper 8 :
Cultural policy/ mediations of arts
  • Time : 9:00~10:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 619
  • Chair : Louis HO
Title Presenters Discussants
The Role of Cultural Intermediaries in the Urban Regeneration Project
K018
Eunhee LEE Young Bum REIGH
Transforming the Function of a Space: Examining the Relationship between Cultural Groups and the Formation of City Landscapes
A162
Yi-wen HUANG Junmin SONG
Paper sessions Paper 9 :
Cultural policy of memory
  • Time : 9:00~10:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 620
  • Chair : Vladimir KRECK
Title Presenters Discussants
Memory, Nationalist Discourse and the Conversion of Military Bases in South Korea: the Case of Busan Citizen Park
A045
Heike HERMANNS InSul KIM
Arts, Trauma, Recovery, and Its Implications on Cultural Policy: A Case Study on Survivors of State Violence of 5.18 Gwangju Democratization Movement
K020
Jiyoon PARK,
InSul KIM
Heike HERMANNS
Paper sessions Paper 10 :
Creative industry policy / Cultural economics
  • Time : 9:00~10:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 621
  • Chair : Gordon SHOCKLEY
Title Presenters Discussants
A Comparison Study of the Legalization of the Cultural and Creative Industry Policies between China and Japan
A243
Xiaoyang WEI Hurrybans RAMDUTH
Spillovers and the process of cultural transformation: cultural economics perspective
A164
Lyudmila PETROVA Ole Marius HYLLAND

10:30~11:00 Break
Focus sessions Focus session 1 :
Rethinking ‘Korean’ Cultural Policy in the Era of Creative Economy:
Challenges and Future Prospect
  • Time : 11:00~12:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 701
  • Chair : Kyu Won KIM
Title Presenters Discussants
Rethinking ‘Korean’ Cultural Policy in the Era of Creative Economy: Challenges and Future Prospect Young-Jeong PARK,
Yun Kyung LEE,
Jerry C. Y. LIU,
Chris BILTON,
Hye In KIM
Thematic sessions Thematic session 3 :
A Crisis of Values:
Cultural Policy Development in Trinidad and Tobago
  • Time : 11:00~12:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 525
  • Chair : Suzanne BURKE
Title Presenters Discussants
A Crisis of Values: Cultural Policy Development in Trinidad and Tobago
A217
Suzanne BURKE
Paper sessions Paper 11 :
Artist policy
  • Time : 11:00~12:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 521
  • Chair : Sehun KIM
Title Presenters Discussants
The Roles of an “Art Project” for Young Artists: Incubators and Self-taught Artists Organizations
A071
Kaori TAKAHASHI WoongJo CHANG
Paper sessions Paper 12 :
International cultural relations
  • Time : 11:00~12:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 522
  • Chair : Victoria DURRER
Title Presenters Discussants
Art Management Training and Technical Assistance Mission in the Third World: Political,
A120
Milena DRAGICEVIC SESIC ,
Nina MIHALJINAC
Aleksandar BRKIC
Cultural networks and the quantum reality: the model of ANCER network
A163
Aleksandar BRKIC,
Ruth BERESON
Milena DRAGICEVIC SESIC
Paper sessions Paper 13 :
Creative industry policy
  • Time : 11:00~12:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 523
  • Chair : Martin PIBER
Title Presenters Discussants
Success Without Design: Hallyu (korean Wave) and Its Implications for Cultural Policy
K006
Jungsoo KIM Kate Oakley
Examining the Creative Ecology of Cultural Creative Industries Policy Network ~ the Cases of the Six Municipalities in Taiwan
A084
Hsiao-Ling CHUNG Jong-Eun JUNG
Paper sessions Paper 14 :
Cultural diversity
  • Time : 11:00~12:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 524
  • Chair : Rimi KHAN
Title Presenters Discussants
Beyond Methodological Nationalism in Cultural Policy: Towards a Cosmopolitan Response?
A073
Christiaan DE BEUKELAER Visnja KISIC
Transnational Nominations for?the World Heritage List as a Policy Tool for Post-conflict Mediation: the Case of Ste?ak Medieval Tombstones
A053
Visnja KISIC Christiaan DE BEUKELAER
Paper sessions Paper 15 :
Cultural policy and Aesthetics
  • Time : 11:00~12:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 615
  • Chair : InSul KIM
Title Presenters Discussants
Making Music Matter: How to Translate Aesthetical Values by Means of Cultural Policy. The Case of Concerts Norway
A116
Ole Marius HYLLAND Teunis IJDENS
Paper sessions Paper 16 :
Cultural policy of participation
  • Time : 11:00~12:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 616
  • Chair : Gordon SHOCKLEY
Title Presenters Discussants
Does Cultural Participation Do Any Good? Association with Life Satisfaction, Innovativeness, and Intercultural Sensitivity.
A256
Eun-mee KIM ,
Kyung-eun KWON
Joon Han
Impact Study on Cultural Participation of Workers - 'Delivery Concert at Workplace' in the Frame of 'Culture Day' in Korea
K013
Shin-eui PARK ,
Jeongah MIN
Lisanne GIBSON
Paper sessions Paper 17 :
Cultural diversity
  • Time : 11:00~12:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 617
  • Chair : U-SEOK SEO
Title Presenters Discussants
Cultural Planning AND Urban Renewal IN South Africa
A258
Mzo SIRAYI,
Kennedy CHINYOWA
Shoshanah B. D. GOLDBERG-MILLER
Paper sessions Paper 18 :
Cultural policy/mediation of arts
  • Time : 11:00~12:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 619
  • Chair : Andrew MILES
Title Presenters Discussants
Creating a Niche, Building a Community - A Case Study of Cultural Intermediaries Working in Small-scale Self-generated Creative Work in Daegu, South Korea
K025
Joo Won YUK Ben WALMSLEY
How Do Movies Revitalize the Local City? : A Field Research of Film Showings in Tohoku, Japan
A014
Takashi ISHIGAKI Saemee KIM
Paper sessions Paper 19 :
Politics of memory
  • Time : 11:00~12:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 620
  • Chair : Bard KLEPPE
Title Presenters Discussants
The Imaginative Reconstruction of Monumental Buildings: Friend or Foe of Cultural Memory? A Discussion of the Case of the Royal Castle in Pozna?, Poland.
A216
Izabella PAROWICZ Heike HERMANNS
Working Title: Craft, Penland, and Us Foreign Policy
A019
Anna UPCHURCH Ola K.BERGE
Paper sessions Paper 20 :
Arts Policy
  • Time : 11:00~12:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 621
  • Chair : Jason VITORILLO
Title Presenters Discussants
Asian exoticism in international contemporary art in the era of globalization ? an empirical study of international art magazines from 1971 to 2010
K010
Kusuk YUN Eleonora REDAELLI
South Korea's Cultural Policy Landscape related to Art Therapy
K030
Sung-ryun RIM,
Soo-Kyung KIM
Meng-Yu LAI
Lunch
  • Time : 12:30~14:00
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 613
Title Presenters Discussants
Focus sessions Focus session 2 :
Finding their Value:
Artistic Survival and Public Policy
  • Time : 14:00~15:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 701
  • Chair : Ruth BERESON
Title Presenters Discussants
Finding their Value: Artistic Survival and Public Policy Kate OAKLEY,
Stevphen SHUKAITIS,
Hyein KIM
Paper sessions Paper 21 :
Artist policy
  • Time : 14:00~15:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 521
  • Chair : WoongJo CHANG
Title Presenters Discussants
Why We Write: a Study of Motivation and Creative Work among Professional Writers
A144
Chris BILTON Anita CHERIAN
Branding Young Artists in the Digital Age
A139
Jinwoo LEE,
Soohee LEE
Irina EIDSVOLD TOIEN
Paper sessions Paper 22 :
International cultural relations
  • Time : 14:00~15:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 522
  • Chair : Carla FIGUEIRA
Title Presenters Discussants
Promoting International Cultural Cooperation in Transisional Tunisia?The Goethe-Institut Thtough The Eyes of Cultural Activists.
A165
Meike LETTAU,
Caroline KNOBLICH
Effects of Cultural Experience Program on Country Image: Focused on K. Institutes Learners
A231
Sae June KIM ,
Anna SONG
Melissa NISBETT
Paper sessions Paper 23 :
Cultural industry policy
  • Time : 14:00~15:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 523
  • Chair : Brian YECIES
Title Presenters Discussants
A study on attitude and watch intention of audiences to the OSMU film in korea and China
A170
Zhang YANI ,
Oh DONGOK,
Ryu SEUNGWAN
Chairin An
Paper sessions Paper 24 :
Cultural diversity
  • Time : 14:00~15:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 524
  • Chair : Christiaan DE BEUKELAER
Title Presenters Discussants
The Question of Cultural Diversity in Brazilian Cultural Policy
A175
Marcos PERSICI Visnja KISIC
Cultural Policy-making above and Beyond States? Diversity of Cultural Expressions and Cooperation among Multilateral Organizations
A100
Antonios VLASSIS Suzanne BURKE
Paper sessions Paper 25 :
Arts policy/performing arts
  • Time : 14:00~15:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 615
  • Chair : Ernst WAGNER
Title Presenters Discussants
At the Intersection of Artistic Practice and Cultural Policy: Examples from the Field of Stage and Performance Art in Norway
A168
Melanie FIELDSETH Meng-Yu LAI
Irrelevance or Intervention? The Work of Taiwan’s National Theatre & Concert Hall (2004-2014) and Government Cultural Policy
A051
Meng-yu LAI Melanie FIELDSETH
Paper sessions Paper 26 :
Cultural policy of participation
  • Time : 14:00~15:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 616
  • Chair : Simone Wesner
Title Presenters Discussants
Everyday Participation in Research and Cultural Policy
A254
Andrew MILES ,
Lisanne GIBSON
Yunju KANG
Facilitated Participation and Everyday Participation: Enabling the Agency of Young People in Care
A255
Lisanne GIBSON,
Delyth EDWARDS
Paper sessions Paper 27 :
Urban cultural policy
  • Time : 14:00~15:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 617
  • Chair : David O'Brien
Title Presenters Discussants
The European Capital of Culture Action: A Good Role Model for the East Asian Cities of Culture Initiative?
A112
Vladimir KRECK SungWon YOON
The Role and Future of The Culture City of East Asia
A107
Kunihiro NODA,
Kazuhiro ONIKI
U-Seok SEO
Paper sessions Paper 28 :
Urban cultural policy
  • Time : 14:00~15:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 619
  • Chair : Michael RUSHTON
Title Presenters Discussants
Unwrapping Urban Policy: The City, Economy and Culture
A048
Shoshanah B. D. GOLDBERG-MILLER,
Rene KOOYMAN
Andy PRATT
Curating Policy: Urban Cultural Policy in the Time of Austerity , and Post-welfare State
A260
Andy PRATT Shoshanah B. D. GOLDBERG-MILLER
Paper sessions Paper 29 :
Politics of memory
  • Time : 14:00~15:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 620
  • Chair : Nina OBULJEN KORZINEK
Title Presenters Discussants
Rediscovering the First World War: Germany and the Centenary
A196
Martin BAYER Reinhart KOESSLER
After the Recognition of Genocide: Perspectives for a Transnational and Postcolonial Culture of Memory between Namibia and Germany
A029
Reinhart KOESSLER Martin BAYER
Mediating the Unwanted Past: Memory and Monument Policies & Practices of Dissent (yugoslavia: Celebrated, Destroyed and Forgotten)
A130
Milena DRAGICEVIC SESIC Annika HAMPEL
Paper sessions Paper 30 :
Arts Management / Cultural Economics
  • Time : 14:00~15:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 621
  • Chair : Jeffrey Jae Beum KIM
Title Presenters Discussants
Proposing a System for Cultural Impact Assessment in Contemporary Local Government
A161
Kim DUNPHY Jeongah MIN
Measuring the value of cultural activity in regional Western Australia
A090
Helen RUSAK Miikka PYYKKONEN

15:30~16:00 Break
Thematic sessions Thematic session 4 :
Cultural Flows and Cultural Policies in Asia
  • Time : 16:00~17:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 520
Title Presenters Discussants
Cultural Flows and Cultural Policies in Asia
A108
Hye-kyung LEE,
Lorraine LIM,
Nobuko KAWASHIMA,
Michael KEANE,
Brian YECIES,
Dal Yong JIN
Thematic sessions Thematic session 5 :
Bringing the Seoul Agenda 2010 Back Home:
International Perspectives on Arts Education Policy Research
  • Time : 16:00~17:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 702
Title Presenters Discussants
Bringing the Seoul Agenda 2010 Back Home: International Perspectives on Arts Education Policy Research
A177
Ralph BUCK,
Teunis IJDENS,
Serin KIM HONG,
Ernst WAGNER
Paper sessions Paper 31 :
Artist policy/ economic aspect
  • Time : 16:00~17:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 521
  • Chair : Ben WALMSLEY
Title Presenters Discussants
"Creative, performing artists – copyright for performers"
A169
Irina EIDSVOLD TOIEN Bard KLEPPE
Artistic and Economic Consequences of Different Employment Praxis in the Performing Arts Sector.
A098
Bard KLEPPE Irina EIDSVOLD TOIEN
Paper sessions Paper 32 :
Creative industry policy
  • Time : 16:00~17:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 521
  • Chair : Soo Hee Lee
Title Presenters Discussants
Money Is Important, and What Else? Explore the Government Supports in Chinese Creativity Industries.
A114
Lei CHEN,
David STEVENSON
Kristina KARVELYTE
Path Dependence of the 'Cultural Turn': A Comparative Study of Taipei, Shanghai and Hong Kong
A136
Kristina KARVELYTE Lei CHEN
Paper sessions Paper 33 :
Cultural diversity
  • Time : 16:00~17:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 524
  • Chair : Kiwon HONG
Title Presenters Discussants
Celebrate Asia: A Case of Cultural Inclusion through Participatory Arts
K032
WoongJo CHANG Jenny JAHANNISSON
Cultural Diversity and Socio-cultural Adaption: a Comparative Study of Chinese and Korean Immigrant Communities in Barcelona (spain)
A223
Xavier TORRENS,
Kexing MA,
Uhjeen LEE
Andrew MILES
Paper sessions Paper 34 :
Arts policy
  • Time : 16:00~17:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 615
  • Chair : Nicholas ROWE
Title Presenters Discussants
Social Network Analysis on Creative Activity of Korean Dance Community
A257
Yun Hee CHOI,
Sae June KIM
Christiaan DE BEUKELAER
Occupying Culture: Grassroots Movements and the Arts in Contemporary Italy
A069
Alice BORCHI Mio YACHITA
Paper sessions Paper 35 :
Cultural policy and processes of transformation
  • Time : 16:00~17:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 616
  • Chair : Nils Asle BERGSGARD
Title Presenters Discussants
Exploring Theories, Policies and Practices of Participatory Governance in Culture: Case of Croatia
A188
Dea VIDOVIC,
Ana ZUVELA
Ruirui ZHOU
Cultural Governance in Flanders/belgium and the (formal and Informal) Influencesof Politics on the Functioning of Cultural Organisations
A171
Annick SCHRAMME,
Joke SCHRAUWEN
Shin-eui PARK
Paper sessions Paper 36 :
Creativity and the city
  • Time : 16:00~17:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 617
  • Chair : Andy PRATT
Title Presenters Discussants
Creative Europe ? Culture, Creativity, Commercialisation?
A050
Bjarki VALTYSSON Gunn Kristin LEIKVOLL
How Creative Is “creative Europe”? Policy Implications of the Culture Strand of the Creative Europe Programme
A074
Jaka PRIMORAC,
Nina OBULJEN KORZINEK,
Aleksandra UZELAC,
Eunkyoung CHOI
Paper sessions Paper 37 :
Cultural economics
  • Time : 16:00~17:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 619
  • Chair : Sigrid Royseng
Title Presenters Discussants
Symptoms of the Cost Disease in Lithuanian State Theater
A088
Irena ALPERYTE Michael RUSHTON
Should Public and Nonprofit Museums Have Free Admission?
A022
Michael RUSHTON Irena ALPERYTE
Paper sessions Paper 38 :
Cultural policy and community
  • Time : 16:00~17:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 620
  • Chair : Helen RUSAK
Title Presenters Discussants
Is Singapore a Post-Creative City?: Community Arts Projects by the Governmental Institutions after 2012
A159
Akemi MINAMIDA,
Ritsuko SAITO
Shu-Shiun Ku
Comparative Analysis of Community Arts : the Cases of the Uk from the 1960th to the 1980th and Japan after the 1990th.
A190
Rune KOBAYASHI Sang Eun LEE
Paper sessions Paper 39 :
International cultural relations / Cultural policy
  • Time : 16:00~17:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 621
Title Presenters Discussants
‘fair Cooperation’ Partnership-based Cooperation between the ‘global North’ and the ‘global South’ in Cultural Policy and Cultural Management
A012
Annika HAMPEL Aasne Dahl HAUGSEVJE
Multi-level evaluation of a European Capital of Culture Balancing between program and project in the formative evaluation of Aarhus 2017
A166
Louise EJGOD HANSEN,
Hans-Peter Degn,
Hanne Lynghøj,
Ellerbæk
Beatriz GARCIA

17:30~19:00 Special session : Ecosystem for Women’s Empowerment in Latin America Samsung Convention Center, Centennial Hall, 2nd campus

19:00~21:00 Sookmyung chancellor's reception Room 701 (Han Sang-Eun Lounge), Centennial Hall, 2nd campus
Thematic sessions Thematic session 6 :
Professionalism in the Arts Workforce
  • Time : 9:00~10:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 520
Title Presenters Discussants
Professionalism in the Arts Workforce
K023
Margaret WYSZOMIRSKI,
Woongjo CHANG,
Ann GALLIGAN,
Eleonora REDAELLI
Thematic sessions Thematic session 7 :
Rethinking Cultural Policy Education. Does Reaserch Provide New Ideas for Teaching and Training Cultural Policy? Encatc Network Thematic Panel on Cultural Policy Research and Education
  • Time : 9:00~10:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 525
Title Presenters Discussants
Rethinking Cultural Policy Education. Does Reaserch Provide New Ideas for Teaching and Training Cultural Policy? Encatc Network Thematic Panel on Cultural Policy Research and Education
A201
Marcin POPRAWSKI,
Annick SCHRAMME,
Milena DRAGICEVIC-SESIC,
Anna GAIO,
Carla FIGUEIRA
Paper sessions Paper 40 :
Arts policy
  • Time : 9:00~10:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 521
  • Chair : Gonzalo ENRIQUEZ-SOLTERO
Title Presenters Discussants
Evolving Cultural Leadership: Lessons from Policy, Practice and Training
A214
Jonathan PRICE Hyung Deok SHIN
Historiographies of National Arts Leadership – How Personal Narratives Complete Legislative Histories in Arts Policy
a226
Brea HEIDELBERG Hye-Kyung LEE
Paper sessions Paper 41 :
International cultural relations
  • Time : 9:00~10:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 522
  • Chair : Wolfgang SCHNEIDER
Title Presenters Discussants
China’s Cultural Diplomacy through Loan Exhibitions: Propaganda or Not?
A145
Da KONG Anna UPCHURCH
The Governmentalities of Cultural Policy in Europe-turkey Relations: The Actors, Discourses, and Formulations
A078
Zulal FAZLIOGLU AKIN Dimitra KIZLARI
Paper sessions Paper 42 :
Creative industry policy
  • Time : 9:00~10:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 523
  • Chair : Hsiao-Ling CHUNG
Title Presenters Discussants
Understanding Cultural and Creative Industries (CCIs): A Methodological Framework for Statistical Analysis of CCIs in the EU
A013
Yung-Neng LIN Chang Yong SON
How to Promote Culture Technology to Become a Growth Engine for Korean Cultural Industry? : Lessons from German Industry 4.0
K042
Hakyung HAN,
Gwanghee KO,
InSul KIM
SunHa YEO
Paper sessions Paper 43 :
Arts education
  • Time : 9:00~10:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 524
  • Chair : Shoshanah B. D. GOLDBERG-MILLER
Title Presenters Discussants
An Analysis on the Effect of the Moral Values Concerning Fondness for Game Users in Korea: Focused on the Mediating Role of Generational Effects
k008
Hyunah PARK,
Seoungho RYU
Theatre for Children - a Question of Political (em)power(ment)
a072
Judith FRANKE Byung Ju KIM
Paper sessions Paper 44 :
Cultural policy and processes of transformation
  • Time : 9:00~10:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 616
  • Chair : Lorraine LIM
Title Presenters Discussants
Social Construction of the Polity: Transformation of Cultural Political Approach in Eu ? Construction
A203
Ruirui ZHOU Tae Sik KIM
The Social and Built Infrastructure of Cultural Policy: How Popular Memory and Future Plans Intersect in Burkina Faso and Ghana
A091
Christiaan DE BEUKELAER Joowon YUK
Paper sessions Paper 45 :
Arts policy / Social inlusion
  • Time : 9:00~10:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 617
  • Chair : Reinhart KOESSLER
Title Presenters Discussants
“arts Healing Project” in Southkorea: A First Step Towards “cultural Engineering” for Solving Social Problems?
K045
U-SEOK SEO Rimi KHAN
The Role of the Arts in Aging Society: A Review of Creative Aging Policies and Programs in the U.s.
K004
Nakyung RHEE Sung-ryun RIM
Paper sessions Paper 46 :
Cultural economics
  • Time : 9:00~10:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 619
  • Chair : Mari KOBAYASHI
Title Presenters Discussants
Culture-effective Vat Exemption Policies in Korea: The Effect of Vat Exemption on Household Culture Expenditure
K007
Seung-hoon JEON,
Jin KIM
Jane ANDREW
The Field of Cultural Production and the State
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Scott BROOK Sung-ryun RIM
Paper sessions Paper 47 :
Cultural policy and development
  • Time : 9:00~10:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 620
  • Chair : Kyu Won KIM
Title Presenters Discussants
From community empowerment to national competitiveness ? The evolution of cultural industries policy in Taiwan
A172
Shu-Shiun KU Melanie FIELDSETH
The Research of Community Empowerment and Collaborative Governance
A033
Chien YU-LIN Gunn Kristin LEIKVOLL
Paper sessions Paper 48 :
Cultural policy / Museum policy
  • Time : 9:00~10:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 621
Title Presenters Discussants
Mergers of Nonprofit Arts Organizations: How They Come About and How Policy Can Support
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Rawon LEE Jingjing ZHOU
Study on the Governance of Chinese Museum Trustees
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Jingjing ZHOU Rawon LEE

10:30~11:00 Break
Round table Cultural policy research and education in Asia:
reflections and alternatives
  • Time : 11:00~12:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 701
  • Chair : Sehun KIM
Title Presenters Discussants
Cultural Policy Research and Education in Asia: Reflections and Alternatives Aleksandar BRKIC,
Jerry C. Y. LIU,
Kunihiro NODA,
Kyu CHOI
Thematic sessions Thematic session 8 :
Cultural Diplomacy. Governmental structures and the participation of civil society - recent developments and trends in Foreign Cultural Policy in Germany and beyond
  • Time : 11:00~12:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 520
Title Presenters Discussants
Cultural Diplomacy. Governmental structures and the participation of civil society - recent developments and trends in Foreign Cultural Policy in Germany and beyond
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Wolfgang SCHNEIDER,
Anna KAITINNIS,
Meike LETTAU,
Annika HAMPEL,
Katharina SCHROCK,
Jeang-Yean GOAK
Paper sessions Paper 49 :
Politics of cultural policy
  • Time : 11:00~12:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 521
  • Chair : Jo CAUST
Title Presenters Discussants
Un-mind the Gap: Questioning the Division between Artistic Instrumentality and Autonomy from an Ethnomusicological Perspective.
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Claudia CHIBICI REVNEANU,
Gonzalo ENRIQUEZ-SOLTERO
Anna NOH
The Instrumentalization of the Arts:congressional Aesthetics and the National Endowment for the Arts in the 1990s
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Gordon SHOCKLEY Jonathan BLACKBURN
Paper sessions Paper 50 :
Intermtional cultural relation
  • Time : 11:00~12:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 522
  • Chair : Annik SCHRAMME
Title Presenters Discussants
Mega-events As a Platform for Global Cultural Policy. 30 Years of Olympic Cultural Policy Challenges and Opportunities.
a043
Beatriz GARCIA
What to Fulfill? Museums and Cultural Diplomacy in Taiwan
a158
June Chi-jung CHU Rawon LEE
Paper sessions Paper 51 :
Cultural industry /media
  • Time : 11:00~12:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 523
  • Chair : Chris BILTON
Title Presenters Discussants
Creative Micro-entrepreneurialism, Social Media and the Masking of Under-employment and Gender Barriers in Cultural Industries
A150
Susan LUCKMAN,
Jane ANDREW
Alastair EVANS
Organisation-based Labour Market of the Korean Television Industry Andthe Negotiated Creative Autonomy
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Chairin AN Chang Yong SON
Paper sessions Paper 52 :
Cultural policy of particiption
  • Time : 11:00~12:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 524
  • Chair : Ana GAIO
Title Presenters Discussants
Habitus, Cultural Participation and Civic Participation ? Theoretical Connections
A026
Birgit LYYS Tatiana ROMASKO
Testing the Subsidiarity Principle in Cultural Policies Theory and Practice. A Study of the Concept Illustrated by Casestudies from Poland.
a208
Marcin POPRAWSKI
Paper sessions Paper 53 :
Cultural policy of different nations
  • Time : 11:00~12:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 616
  • Chair : Su Fern Hoe
Title Presenters Discussants
Lessons from History: A Comparative Case of Cultural Policy in India and Jamaica
a253
Kim-marie SPENCE Hurrybans RAMDUTH
Cultural Policy from the Perspective of Support for the Arts: the Experience of the Czech and Slovak Republics
A015
Pavla PETROVA Lyudmila PETROVA
Paper sessions Paper 54 :
Arts policy/ social inlusion
  • Time : 11:00~12:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 617
  • Chair : Jenny JOHANNISSON
Title Presenters Discussants
How the Arts Build Benefits of Arts and Social Capitalthroughparticipantion in Arts Programs for Seniors - Acase of Autobiography Class at a Welfare Center-
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Jeong-nang CHOI
Imagining Digital Museum Participation
A134
Nanna HOLDGAARD Diana KEPPLER
Paper sessions Paper 55 :
Intellectuals and cultural policy
  • Time : 11:00~12:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 619
  • Chair : Oliver BENNETT
Title Presenters Discussants
Researchers, Bureaucrats and the Lifeworlds of Cultural Policy.
A160
Rimi KHAN Lorraine Lim
Subjective Well-being in Cultural Advocacy: the Politics of Research
A137
Mark TAYLOR,
Susan OMAN
Ana ZUVELA
A Methodological Contemplation on Interdisciplinary Studies: Why Do We Need More Action Research Studies in the Field of Cultural Policy by Means of Connecting Theory to Practice?
K021
Insul KIM Gonzalo ENRIQUEZ-SOLTERO
Paper sessions Paper 56 :
Cultural policy and development
  • Time : 11:00~12:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 620
  • Chair : Hye Kyung LEE
Title Presenters Discussants
Public Art Project and Sustainable Community Development: The Cases of Village Mural Art in South Korea
K051
Eun Kyong CHAI,
Soyoon CHUNG
Vappu RENKO
Public Art as An ‘Artistic Practice’ and ‘Everyday Life’ - Focus on the ‘Maeulmisul Art Project’ -
K035
Sora KIM,
Byungmin LEE
Akemi MINAMIDA
Lunch
  • Time : 12:30~14:00
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 613
Title Presenters Discussants
Focus sessions Focus session 3 :
Reflecting on publicness and autonomy of cultural policy in Asia
  • Time : 14:00~15:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 701
  • Chair : Kiwon HONG
Title Presenters Discussants
Reflecting on publicness and autonomy of cultural policy in Asia Hye-Kyung LEE,
Aleksandar BRKIC,
Anita E. CHERIAN,
Jerry C. Y. LIU
Paper sessions Paper 57 :
Museum policy
  • Time : 14:00~15:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 521
  • Chair : June Chi-Jung CHU
Title Presenters Discussants
The Tactic of Museum Procurement: Exploring Museum Marketization through Art Donations and Blockbusterism in the Hong Kong Museum of Art
A153
Louis HO JI Yeun YANG
A Study on Museum Policies Promoting a Community That Cherishes Memories of Partition and Displacement ― with a Focus on the Activities of the Sokcho Museum
K041
Eun Sok BAE,
Yoon Ok Rosa PARK
Jinging ZHOU
Paper sessions Paper 58 :
Cultural diplomacy
  • Time : 14:00~15:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 522
  • Chair : Carla FIGUEIRA
Title Presenters Discussants
Cultural Policy of the Diplomacy
A124
Ola K. BERGE Seung Hye SUN
From Cultural Diplomacy to International Cultural Relations: The Case of the United States
A105
Margaret WYSZOMIRSKI Jinwoo CHOI
Paper sessions Paper 59 :
Politics of cultural policy
  • Time : 14:00~15:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 523
  • Chair : Melissa NISBETT
Title Presenters Discussants
Russian Cultural Policy in Turbulent Times: from Glimpses of Governance Back to the Centralization of Culture
A059
Tatiana ROMASKO Ana GAIO
Arts Funding and The Cultural Wars
A092
Jo CAUST Jungsoo KIM
Paper sessions Paper 60 :
Cultural policy of different nations
  • Time : 14:00~15:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 524
  • Chair : Anita KANGAS
Title Presenters Discussants
Hard Happiness. Cultural Policy As a Means to Understand Optimism and Happiness in Mexico
A083
Gonzalo ENRIQUEZ-SOLTERO Lisa WALSH
The Limits of an Implicit National Cultural Policy: the Case of Mauritius and the Opportunities for a Small Island Developing State to Articulate a Unique, Long Term Cultural Policy Framework That Takes into Account Its Ecological Specificity, and the Relevance of This Particular Case to the Articulation of Other National Cultural Policies.
A245
Hurrybans RAMDUTH Sun-Hee PARK
Paper sessions Paper 61 :
Politics of cultural policy
  • Time : 14:00~15:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 615
  • Chair : Scott BROOK
Title Presenters Discussants
The Implications of the Northern Powerhouse for Regional Cultural Policymaking
A132
Ben WALMSLEY,
Abigail GILMORE
Vappu RENKO
Changes in regional cultural policy administration in Finland and Sweden in 1995 - 2015
A113
Vappu RENKO,
Anita KANGAS,
Jenny JOHANNISSON,
Roger BLOMGREN
Ben WALMSLEY
Paper sessions Paper 62 :
Cultural policy and identity
  • Time : 14:00~15:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 616
  • Chair : Sehun KIM
Title Presenters Discussants
North Korea’s Cultural Policy Towards Overseas Koreans
A248
Anna NOH Sung-Kyung Kim
An Analysis of Chinese Communist Party(ccp)’s Construction of National Identity and Its Implication on Understanding Cultural Policy Making in China
A140
Hanzhi RUAN Anna Klara Marie KAITINNIS
Paper sessions Paper 63 :
Arts policy
  • Time : 14:00~15:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 617
  • Chair : Anna UPCHURCH
Title Presenters Discussants
Assessment of Artistic Quality in the Era of New Public Management
A191
Sigrid RYSENG Samuel LEE
Decisive resource as performance factor to affect reputation of public orchestra: comparative analysis of KBS Symphony Orchestra and Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra in South Korea
K040
Yun Kyoung KIM Katharina SCHROECK
Paper sessions Paper 64 :
Politics of cultural policy
  • Time : 14:00~15:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 619
  • Chair : Saejune KIM
Title Presenters Discussants
Cultural Policy Discourse in the Taiwanese General Election, 2016
A127
Yi-sheng LI Sae Won CHUNG
The Effects of Gubenatorial Political Party Affiliation & Election Year on Funding to Florida's State Arts Agency.
A006
Antonio C. CUYLER,
Juyeon SONG
David WRIGHT
Paper sessions Paper 65
  • Time : 14:00~15:30
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 620
  • Chair : Arturo Rodriguez MORATO
Title Presenters Discussants
From Dictatorship to Globalization: Crafting a New Cultural Identity Through Art Organization in the Post Dictator Era in Chile and South Korea
K055
Jimin CHA Kai T.BREBBERT

15:30~16:00 Break
Thematic sessions Thematic session 9 :
The Governance of Cultural Diplomacy
  • Time : 16:00~18:00
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 525
Title Presenters Discussants
The Governance of Cultural Diplomacy
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Carla FIGUEIRA,
Nina OBULJEN KORZINEK,
Hyungseok KANG,
Aimee FULLMAN,
Hwi Jung KIM
Thematic sessions Thematic session 10 :
After Urban Regeneration:
What Future for Urban Cultural Policy?
  • Time : 16:00~18:00
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 702
Title Presenters Discussants
After Urban Regeneration: What Future for Urban Cultural Policy?
A173
Dave O'BRIEN,
Peter CAMPBELL,
Mark TAYLOR
Paper sessions Paper 66 :
Creativity and the city
  • Time : 16:00~18:00
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 521
  • Chair : Jenny JOHANNISSON
Title Presenters Discussants
Urban Regeneration and Evaluation of Cultural Capital
K044
Arjo KLAMER,
Younsun WON
Vladimir KRECK
A Dreamy 'Exotic City' or 'Nightmare? - A Case Study of Creative City Urban Regeneration Policy in Taipei
A104
Kristina KARVELYTE
The Resilient Creative City in Japan
A030
Masayuki SASAKI Nanna HOLDGAARD
Paper sessions Paper 67 :
Foreign cultural policy
  • Time : 16:00~18:00
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 522
  • Chair : Ruth BERESON
Title Presenters Discussants
Connecting Fragments: Presenting the Contemporary Face of the Greek Foreign Cultural Policy
A242
Dimitra KIZLARI,
Kalliopi FOUSEKI
Jung Eun SONG
Who Holds the Power in Soft Power?
A032
Melissa NISBETT Kiwon HONG
Paper sessions Paper 68 :
Creativity and the city
  • Time : 16:00~18:00
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 523
  • Chair : Nobuko KAWASHIMA
Title Presenters Discussants
From a Creative Cluster to a Creative City
K050
Junmin SONG Lei CHEN
Korea's Cultural Industry Clusters 20 Years on : An Evaluation of Regional Cultural Industry Policies and Future Perspectives
K016
Byung Min LEE Chris BILTON
Clustering and the Impacts on Creative Workers: A Case Study of Taipei
A187
Jiun-yi WU Pavla PETROVA
Paper sessions Paper 69 :
Arts education
  • Time : 16:00~18:00
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 524
  • Chair : Antonio C. CUYLER
Title Presenters Discussants
Wayfaring Cultural Policy and Arts Curriculum: Arts Education in the South Pacific
A102
Nicholas ROWE Hyesun SHIN
The Arts and Cultural Education Policy in South Korea: Focusing on the Policy Implementation Process of Its Enactment Since 2005
K009
Kyunghee CHOI Nicholas ROWE
Contemporary Art for Children - an Impossible Negotiation?
A080
Aasne Dahl HAUGSEVJE,
Mari Torvik HEIAN
Young BAIK
Paper sessions Paper 70 :
Cultural policy
  • Time : 16:00~18:00
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 615
Title Presenters Discussants
Digital Participation in Foreign Cultural and Educational Policy
A125
Diana KEPPLER Ji Sun KIM
Towards a Computational Cultural Policy Studies
A008
David WRIGHT Jong Eun JUNG
Music As Cultural Diplomacy between North and South Korea
A264
Ji Sun KIM Diana KEPPLER
Paper sessions Paper 71 :
Arts policy
  • Time : 16:00~18:00
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 616
  • Chair : Visnja KISIC
Title Presenters Discussants
The Evolution of South Korea’s Traditional Arts Policy from 1948 to 2015: Focused on Agenda Changes
K015
Junghei LEE Su Hee CHUNG,
Byung Min LEE
Paper sessions Paper 72 :
Cultural economics
  • Time : 16:00~18:00
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 617
  • Chair : Dagmar ABFALTER
Title Presenters Discussants
From Creative Graduate to Entrepreneur: Are Educators, Industry Associations and Policy Agencies Respondingto the Needscreative Micro-enterprise?
A148
Jane ANDREW,
Susan LUCKMAN
Irena ALPERYTE
Enterprising Culture.policy Discourses on Entrepreneurship in the Field of Arts and Culture in Norway and Finland.
A054
Miikka PYYKKONEN,
Heidi STAVRUM
Soo Hee LEE
Paper sessions Paper 73 :
Cultural policy
  • Time : 16:00~18:00
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 619
  • Chair : Joowon YUK
Title Presenters Discussants
Engage Citizens from Viewers to Creators: the Digital Participation of Cyber Island in Taiwan
A176
Ching-ju CHENG Birgit LYYS
Brand and Value: The Case of the Caribbean Creative Economy
A185
Gabrielle FERDINAND
Paper sessions Paper 74 :
Creative and the city
  • Time : 16:00~18:00
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 620
  • Chair : Margaret WYSZOMIRSKI
Title Presenters Discussants
City As Canvas: Rethinking Relations Between the Arts and Urban Spaces in Singapore
A195
Su Fern Hoe Bjarki VALTYSSON
World Heritage and City Branding: Hwaseong Fortress and Its Image Creation of the Cultural City of Suwon
K043
SungWon YOON Louise EJGOD HANSEN
Paper sessions Paper 75 :
Arts Policy
  • Time : 16:00~18:00
  • Venue : Myungshin Building 621
  • Chair : Sigrid ROYSENG
Title Presenters Discussants
Are Indigenous Communities Benefiting from the Schools of Living Traditions (SLTs): An Evaluation of the Programme and Economic Viability of the SLTs?in Northern Philippines
A115
Jason VITORILLO,
Maria Sharon ARRIOLA
Min-Kyung CHA
A study of the support policy to disabled artists: in the case of London 2012 cultural Olympiad project Unlimited
A167
Sachiko KAWADA Kyu CHOI

10:30~12:00 Closing discussion (all participants) Room 501, Queen Sunheon Building, 1st Campus, Sookmyung Women's University
Lunch / Break
  • Time : 12:00~16:00
  • Venue : Queen Sunheon Building, 1st Campus, Sookmyung Women's University
Title Presenters Discussants
Focus sessions Focus thematic session 4 :
A valid place for cultural policy in regeneration of a city:
role of the citizens, the artists, and the bureaucrats
(in coordination with the Metropolitan Government of Seoul)
* Keynote speech: Sharon ZUKIN
  • Time : 16:00~18:40
  • Venue : Academy Hall, DDP Dongdaemoon Design Plaza
  • Chair : Young Bum REIGH
Title Presenters Discussants
A valid place for cultural policy in regeneration of a city: role of the citizens, the artists, and the bureaucrats (in coordination with the Metropolitan Government of Seoul) Lily LEE LEE KONG,
Arturo Rodriguez MORATO
Dong-Yeun LEE

19:00~21:00 Gala dinner Academy Hall, DDP Dongdaemoon Design Plaza

9:00~13:00 Cultural field trip Sookmyung Women's University (Main gate)