IJAMCP special issue: Exploring Cross-Border Cultural Policy in Practice
22 Oct 2019
Papers include the voices of academics and practitioners reflecting on how cross-border work is conceptualised, what types of practice exist, what frameworks and infrastructures enable and hinder this practice, and what might exist to better support cross-border activity.
While Brexit looms large as a source of anxiety for the sustainability and development of the arts and cultural sector on the island, the value of cross-border working is certainly not in question. The papers demonstrate the importance of artistic practice and voice and wider institutional frameworks and formalised relationships in facilitating cross-border exchange as well as the significant role of inter-personal and professional connections.
Exploring Cross-Border Cultural Policy in Practice, Special Issue Introduction
VICTORIA DURRER, JORDANA CORRIGAN, RONALDO MUNCK
International perspectives on Cross-Border working