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A New Cultural Policy Report By İksv: “Arts And Culture For Ecological Transformation”

June 4, 2021 Visit Europe No Comments

İKSV has launched a new report in the scope of its cultural policy studies series published since 2011. In its ninth report titled “Arts and Culture for Ecological Transformation”, İKSV draws attention to the current ecological crisis and invites the world of arts and culture to reflect together on the problem towards devising solutions. The report offers concrete suggestions for transformation to arts and culture institutions while featuring case studies from the field research conducted with organisations in the Netherlands and England.

Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts (İKSV) has published its ninth report titled “Arts and Culture for Ecological Transformation” in the scope of its cultural policy studies. Drafted by Assoc. Prof. Hande Paker, faculty member of Istanbul Bahçeşehir University Faculty of Economics, Administrative and Social Sciences, the report draws attention to the ecological crisis, which is one of the most urgent issues confronting humanity. It invites the world of arts and culture to ponder the issue together to construct creative change.

The report discusses the climate emergency with respect to its social, political, economic and cultural aspects and focuses on the response of arts and culture actors for an ecological transformation. Presenting an analysis that makes a comprehensive assessment of ecological problems, the report emphasises the important role that the arts milieu can play towards transformation.

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