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EDITORIAL

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MISSION

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PROGRAMMES & ACTIVITIES

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MBA International Arts Management

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ICCM–UCLA Advanced Studies Programme in Film Scoring

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Cultural Urban Design

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Curatorial Studies

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RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

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FEM-Zines

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SCOREedu - The First European Forum for Music Education in Film-TV-Digital Media

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Hanns Eisler Institute

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TRANSFER Culture and Science

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ART & MEDIA PROJECTS

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MicroFilmMobileCinema: Cine16

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TRANSFER Schmiede 2006

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„Voluminator“: Opening Exhibition of the Sculpture Park by Stefan Schwaighofer

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Leonard Lehrer Exhibition

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PEOPLE AT ICCM

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Board

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Staff

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IAM Faculty (Selelction)

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IAM Participants

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STRUCTURES

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Constructive Method as a Working Principle

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Creative Working and Research Environments

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Production Facilities and Back-offices of the Team at Steebhaus

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Regeneration

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eLearning and Databases

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Access to other Infrastructures

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PARTNERS

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Associate Partners

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Public Partners

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Corporate Partners

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Online Partners

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Private Donors

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CULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY OF ICCM

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ICCM Thesis Projects

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Cultural Productivity in International Projects (Selection)

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Cultural Productivity in Film Organisations (Selection)

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Cultural Productivity in Contem-porary Visual Arts Organisations (Selection)

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Cultural Productivity in Music Organisations (Selection)

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Cultural Productivity in Regional Initiatives (Selection)

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Cultural Productivity in other Organisations (Selection)

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ICCM SUMMER ACADEMY NETWORK

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Countries of Origin

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Index of Participants

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Lecturers and Trainers

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ICCM SCHEDULE 2006

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Editorial The original idea for this ICCM communiqué, based on work done in 2005 and 2006 (to include the overlapping academic years), was to provide an “intellectual capital statement“, used as a tool to describe the social dimensions (“human capital”), the structures or resources, and the customer relations of cultural institutions. Essential to this concept is the representation of all different facets by the use of quantifying indicators that are still subject of discussion in academic and business communities. While working on the communiqué, ICCM experienced in its discussions all tones of grey scale between evil genius and strategic enlightenment of such “capital statements”. On the one side, ICCM is highly motivated to demonstrate its intellectual and cultural productivity as a potential for the success of ICCM – which will be celebrating its 20th anniversary in autumn 2008. The discrepancy between the book value and the “social and intellectual capital” is precisely that of a major office run by some culture workers and the dimension of having trained more than 900 people from 54 countries in arts management. Even if ICCM would be able to establish an indicator pointing out that we are consulting very actively projects with a total turnover of more than 10 million Euros a year, it can never represent the social fantasy, the cultural engagement, and the surplus produced by people working with ICCM. On the other side, to use the structure of such statements gives us the opportunity to provide a more holistic view of ICCM and its corporate culture. Leaving the idea aside to measure intangible assets became even easier when I remembered a conversation with a Korean student who insisted that creators of knowledge and culture never behave like sales people and carnies. In that sense the “communiqué“ should be considered as an open invitation to visit ICCM, an offer to talk with people who have studied and developed projects here. In the end, these leaders of the next generation are easy to meet in the community of arts people and cultural workers, they can hardly be found in the shop just around the corner.

Herwig Pöschl President

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I.

Mission

The International Centre for Culture and Management is a project factory for creative, open-minded personalities from all over the world who envision, develop, and determine the future of our cultures. In a collaborative effort they aim for a renaissance of intellectual, ethical and spiritual values. Since the foundation in 1989, ICCM defines itself as a forum for innovative concepts of artistic and cultural practice. It offers a public platform for teaching, consulting and research in divers but strongly interrelated fields such as arts, media, economy and politics. In close co-operation with a global community of people engaged in the cultural sector, ICCM develops ideas and strategies for independent promotion of unconventional projects. The institute is a pioneer in disclosing and realising potentials in cultural life by virtue of cutting-edge scholarship and networking principles. Although its methods are based on almost twenty years of experience, ICCM is working permanently on their renewal. Values of ICCM include intellectual and emotional sincerity, a critical stance on cultural developments, venturous and forward looking concepts, as well as a passionate relation to the arts – especially to contemporary arts.

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II.

Programmes & Activities

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MBA International Arts Management

course materials, student evaluations; course portfolios; teaching portfolios; documentation of teaching philosophy; teacher self-assessments; classroom observations; and other activities that may be appropriate to the discipline.

Mission

Monitoring Arts, Culture, Creativity

The Leadership in Culture programme targets people who are interested and actively involved in the arts. It combines the teaching of leadership, with the most upto-date managerial skills and active development of ethical, political, educational, social and cultural topics with practical work in selected projects. The postgraduate programme is premised on a constructive learning method that involves participants actively in problem based and future oriented solutions that are required by the social and cultural challenges of the 21st century.

ICCM provides an overview of qualitative and quantitative research in the fields of cultural organization, arts institutions and creative industries. This overview will be applied to arts and culture management, business, career and strategic-planning.

Paris Lodron University Salzburg, SMBS, and academic partners The programme’s structure is based upon preceding in a rising order with main the focus on providing qualifications up to the level of postgraduate studies. This is achieved by imparting the latest findings and perceptions of both academics and professionals. Thus theoretical and practical knowledge for efficient management in culture and media industries, culture and media projects, cultural organisations as well as in those fields of administration of governmental bodies and private industry are relevant in this context. The programme will have a general national and international designation in co-operation with the academic partners Columbia College Chicago and the Fudan University Shanghai. The Paris Lodron University Salzburg will nominate the academic directors of the programme with appropriate qualification to teach. Decisions of the Board of Programme and all regulations concerning the academic development of the programme shall be taken unanimously.

Whom we address We address the next generation of leaders who want to be visionary and have passion for people, ideas, the unexpected, for challenges, the social game, the arts. The programme appeals to all those that have gained academic training within an arts discipline, and professional experience or equivalent. Evidence of training within the arts and/ or professional experience will be carefully considered according to provisions of the admission procedure.

Aims of the programme Leadership in Culture is designed for people dedicated to the arts. The programme enhances the participants’ leadership abilities, providing them with cutting edge managerial skills. Active development of ethical, political, social and cultural topics by way of real life projects is a core component. The programme will prepare participants for a rapidly changing environment within the creative Industries and an increasingly competitive, diversified marketplace. Success requires entrepreneurial savvy, strong communication skills, ability to adapt to emerging technologies, commitment to education, audience reception, and to be public advocates for creativity and the arts. Furthermore, the future health and growth of this industry relies on energy and imagination of the next generation. The fundamental goal of our course is to inspire participants with a personal vision; to equip them with professional skills and experience that will allow them to take charge of their career, and to encourage them to foresee a future vision of Leadership in culture.

Active Networking ICCM is in co-operation with the SMBS and is stimulated by developments within the cultural management field through active networking. It aims to share experience, set up partnerships and exchange ideas between researchers, educators and cultural managers. Furthermore, ICCM is a founding member of the European Network of Cultural Administration Training Centres (ENCATC) and the Association of Arts Administration Educators (AAAE)

Peer Review Peer review is the main form of evaluation, by colleagues that act as mentors, of all teaching related activities for either formative (for development) or summative (for personnel decision) purposes. Components of either type of review may include 6


CURRICULUM

Executive MBA International Arts Management GM 1 2 3 4 CS 5 6 7 8

FM 9 10 11 LAW 12 13 MR 14 15 PM 16 17 ICT 18 19 20

LT T SE

General Management LT Foundations and Methods of Applied Economics LT Strategic Management / Organisational Development LT Human Resources Management SE Entrepreneurship, Personal Skills Cultural Studies LT Models and Strategies of Cultural Policy LT Cultural and Media Theory LT Culture and Media Economics, Creative Industries T Intercultural Arts Management / Crosscultural Communication Financial Management LT The Commercial / Cultural Enterprise and Finance LT Financial Accounting and Cost Accounting LT Controlling Law for the Arts and the Media LT Case Law LT Intellectual and Property Case Law Marketing and Research SE Market and Audience Research, Audience Development SE Marketing Strategies and Marketing Plan Project and Process Management PBL Knowledge areas of PM LT Project and Process Management ICT-Technologies and New Media LT Management Information Systems / ICTStrategies LT New Media Theory and Practice Optional Subjects T ICT-Project Management T Marketing T General Management Master Thesis Master Thesis Defense TOTAL

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ECTS 14 3

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3 3 13,5 2 2

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5 3 3 2 1 7,5

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1 1 1 1 1

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15 2 76,5

Lecture Tutorial Seminar

Overview about subjects, lectures and pieces of scientific work (Subject to modifications)

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LAYOUT OF THE MODULES

PART- TIME PROGRAMME MODULE 1 --- SALZBURG: Cultural Studies --- Law for the Arts and Media --- European Arts Institutions and Arts Market MODULE 2 --- SALZBURG: General Management --Project and Process Management MODULE 3 --- SALZBURG: Business Management --Financial Management MODULE 4 --- CHICAGO: Marketing --- US Arts Institutions and Arts Market MODULE 5 --- SALZBURG: Marketing & Research --Law for the Arts and Media --- Human Resources Management MODULE 6 --- SHANGHAI: General Management --International Organisations --- Arts Institutions --- Arts Market-China MODULE 7 --- SALZBURG: ICT --- Technologies & New Media --- Final exams and presentation of projects (Subject to modifications)

FULL-TIME PROGRAMME MODULE 1 --- SALZBURG: Cultural Studies --- Law for the Arts and Media --- European Arts Institutions and Arts Market MODULE 2 --- SALZBURG: Marketing & Research --Law for the Arts and Media o Human Resources Management MODULE 3 --- SALZBURG: General Management --Project and Process Management MODULE 4 --- SHANGHAI: General Management --International Organisations --- Arts institutions and Arts Market China MODULE 5 --- SALZBURG: Business Management --Financial Management MODULE 6 --- CHICAGO: Marketing --- US Arts institutions and Arts Market MODULE 7 --- SALZBURG: ICT --- Technologies & New Media --- Final exams and presentation of projects (Subject to modifications)

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ICCM–UCLA Advanced Programme in Film Scoring

European Platform for Film Music: A European platform working cooperatively to promote the concerns of music in films, TV and digital media, developing joint activities and exchanges, see: SCORE.edu (chapter III.2).

Studies

„What is essential is invisible to the eye …” (Antoine de Saint-Exupéry)

Participants

… but we can hear it.

Composers, musicians, conductors, etc. from all domains of music, music producers.

The Programme In co-operation with the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), ICCM develops an advanced studies programme in film scoring. It wants to establish a European and international network for film musicians, award excellence in music drama and dramatic orchestration as well as the synthesis of composition, technology and production efficiency. The graduates will gain a profound knowledge about the film, music, and film music business as well as the latest industry standards. The course intends to contribute to a new auditory dimension in film production, to a long needed quality in all forms of auditory design in industrial production, software and computer games.

Professional occupations: Career opportunities: ƒ Film composer ƒ Music editor ƒ Music supervisor/director ƒ Sound designer Other opportunities: ƒ Film music arranger/adapter ƒ Film music conductor ƒ Film music orchestrator ƒ Synthesis specialist ƒ Applications in film, TV and digital television, advertising, computer games, UMTS etc. ƒ Music, film music, film producers.

The inventor August Arnold from Werfen first presented his “Arriflex-Kamera” in 1937. Today Arnold & Richter is the holder of 10 technology related Oscars. In 1920 the Salzburger “Kunstfilm-Industrie A.G.” was founded on the grounds of the Stiegl brewery in Maxglan. This film studio is the largest in Austria and Germany. Many international films were produced in the legendary Dürer film company studios. According to Max Reinhardt’s “the whole city is a stage” Salzburg was and is a location for many films. Wolfram Paulus, Reinhard Schwabenitzky, Virgil Widrich and the producer Josef Koschier shape the production of films in Salzburg. Sony DCE (Sony DVD Center Europe) is Sony's DVD production plant in Europe. It offers professional solutions for DVD authoring, post production and diverse services are available. The college is a leader in the field of „Multimedia Art” and „Digital TV and Interactive Services“ courses.

Conditions for participation An entrance test must be taken, to which one is admitted after submission and perusal of the application folder, CV, compositions for the piano, a song, one score for a large orchestra demo recording, videos and other documents of artistic merit. Applications are welcome from persons with basic musical training, with or without an academic degree, and/or several years of experience in any area, from pop and jazz to classical music. Unusual applications are welcome. The entrance test comprises pre-selection and admission examination. The panel of examiners decides who will be admitted on the basis of the material submitted. Notification is written. The admission examination comprises an artistic/practical component (incl. playing the piano) and an oral component (discussion of work submitted, interests and motivation)

Partner organizations UCLA: The UCLA Theatre, Film and Television Extension in Los Angeles as our US Partner guarantees the highest standards of training in the industry and international certification, with important film music composers, agencies, producers and directors from Hollywood contributing to the training. UCLA is the top benchmark in this sector: http://www.tft.ucla.edu

Certificates: ICCM–UCLA International Certificate in Film Scoring; SONY Certificate ƒ ƒ ƒ

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Presentation of graduation projects Final concert ICCM will undertake efforts to present the pieces in Cannes and at other places.


Professional Servi ces

SESSIONS

In order to support the training programme and practical cooperation ICCM’s HANNS EISLER INSTITUTE installs with participants a web portal

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Information bursary: informs about the scene, calls, projects, tools Composers forum: presents selected compositions, sounds, soundscapes, sound pictures, utility sounds (mobile phone, answer phone etc.) off participants Project service: for the co-operation composers with directors and producers

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Faculty COURSE DIRECTOR PETER WOLF, Musician / Composer / Producer; Los Angeles Other members of the faculty will be announced in close co-operation with Peter Wolf, UCLA and SCORE.edu partners

MUSIC DRAMATURGY Psychology of perception and music Filmdramaturgy and music, relations between sound and image / Dramaturgy of melodies, harmonies, rythms; effective concepts and applications Score projects of participants

COMPOSITION AND PRODUCTION Orchestration Computer based music production, standards, software, tools SONY DVD music production along industry standards

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Tutoring team: Sony Team 3

UCLA MODULE BUSINESS OF FILMMUSIC Breaking into the business Copyright and special law (social law, tax law, corporation law, international trade laws) Agents and supervisors / Contracts and fees; Dynamic of the music industry Marketing / Career development / Public Relations / Visibility / Marketing strategies in the fields of Film, TV, Digital Scoring Music videos, video game scoring, others Meetings with Hollywood composers Sound & Editing

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FILMBUSINESS IN EUROPE Copyright and special law (social law, tax law, corporation law, international trade laws) European film market Contract law Film-, mediapolicy in the EU/European Networks

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COMPOSER WORKSHOP Balance computer based music production and life production Recording with orchestra (alternate occupations)

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Course director: Peter Wolf Konzert UCLA and SCORE.edu Partners

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Politics

Cultural Urban Design

Globalisation is weakening the political sovereignty of states as well as communities; it intensifies competition between cities and regions within a nation as well as between nations. Such a competition will lead to winners and losers, disparities between cities and regions; it will intensify the shrinking problem for loser cities and regions. Only highly developed co-operation models will help to guarantee the capability to act, be it on other political levels (federal, stately) or together with other communities (regionalisation, constructions of special purpose associations) or on private levels (public-private-partnerships). Planning policy means always the balancing between abandoning autonomy through binding co-operations as well as autonomy through windows of opportunity in co-operations. Successful urban development is always co-operative urban development, in which planner and politician are not more than co-ordinators within conflicting interests.

The programme Social, economic, ecological, and cultural change affect cities and their planning. As a consequence new tasks, challenges, and job requirements for planners, urban designers, community workers, and related professions are emerging. The ICCM programme in Cultural Urban Design intends to link city rehabilitation and city development with cultural development.

City Due to demographic changes (decline and ageing of population) and migration (between city centre and periphery, between regions as well as nations) make cities shrink. Deconstruction, stabilisation at a low level, sometimes even dissolution of cities are replacing growth and new building – as they determined traditional ideas about urban development. Formed at a high period of industrial growth, neither legislation nor urban planning is sufficiently prepared for such new perspectives of European cities. Yet even in stable or growing cities new inner-city branches are emerging as a result of economic change for which not only architectural forms but also new utilisations and contents need to be found. Besides this demographic and economic factors causing new city types, the ecological change (shortage of resources) puts suburbanisation into question. It calls for a return to the concentrated “European city” which must offer high living quality despite mixed utilisation and density in order to bring residents and enterprises back from the urban sprawl into the inner cities without political pressure. “Sustainability” means also the development of new (though possibly modelled after old) city structures and city cultures.

Co-operation requires also self-conscious and selfconfident actors – public as well as private -, who are aware of their positions, aims, particularities (identities). Cultural identity is in one case a precondition for the planning co-operation, in another case it becomes a regressive model of culturally determined competition. In both cases the communities as political bodies are facing new challenges for their tax benefits.

Planning Traditionally planners, urban developers, and people of related professions consider themselves as technical or aesthetical experts who give form to specified contents according to professional criteria. Both new urban and regional development tasks as well as new communal controlling forms force planner, urban developers or project developers into new roles and job descriptions in which apart from technical or aesthetical competencies more and more social and co-operative competences are required. The current cultural change as well as social and economic change backgrounds the importance of instrumental rationality in favour of valuation rationality. The latter unfolds co-operatively and discursively, less in terms of technical virtuosity, much as it remains necessary. Without understanding and competences for these changes professional methods of planning will not be imaginable. This is what the programme in Cultural Urban Design at ICCM aims for.

Furthermore, economic change (transition to a service society) contains dangers of new inequalities in those cities where larger parts of the population are falling not only into relative poverty but have to face long-term exclusions – without any chance that classical mechanisms of systemic integration (primarily through job market) become effective. Acceleration – inescapably linked with modernisation – yields backlashes at the individual level. Euphoria for technology, efficiency, and speed is replaced by the quest for permanence and endurance, for authenticity and identity, for particular, distinctive, and incommutable places. The city must not be considered purely in terms of functional relationships, but once again as a home of its citizens.

Partners N.O.M.A.D: International Group of Architects Scientific Counselling: Albrecht Göschl, German Institute for Urban Design, Berlin

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Curatorial Studies

Programme ICCM is also about to develop and implement a new programme in curatorial studies that provides an integrated approach to the theory and practise of temporary exhibitions. Emphasis is placed upon the development of intellectual strategies that scrutinise curatorial practises and aim for new approaches. We do not want to train mere exhibition or stage designers with special skills in project management. Instead we are looking for a critical reflection of the fact “that institutions, foundations and sponsors tend to present themselves as distinctive, original, unique, and indispensable for society and its culture as a result of increasingly harsh competition, pressure on profiles, or binding of attention (which also means adding value). Thus artistic strategies are currently migrating into the higher levels of management.” (Hans Dieter Huber)

Aims It is a goal of this programme to form “curatorial teams“ where the artists are included as well. The MAS course is addressed to qualified young curators with some years of experience who want to work on their theoretical background. It allows for the development of projects which would perhaps no longer be possible in today’s commercially driven art institutions. Work is focused on research about up-to-date curatorial practise and forms of representation in contemporary visual culture.

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In the second step, an archiving, interactive database produced print and online media was set up and programmed. It is online accessible for the public at http://www.grrrlzines.net/zdb/login.php. The project is introduced at http://www.grrrlzines.net/database.htm. The identified data has been archived in the database using detailed data specifications for incoming data. The database now offers an interface where researchers and media producers can register a zine, information can be retrieved, updated and changed. The current stage of the database contains a the client side, which are the applications provided to researchers or media producers, and the server side which provides the interfaces and applications. The core of the code is a collection of Perl and PHP scripts and contains information regarding login manager, algorithms, file management, and other administrative tasks. The database has been written using PostgreSQL, an open source application implemented in several relational databases. The database can be searched by title, author, regions, country, city, types, topics, keywords and publication date. It is maintained and regularly updated. All media producers are able to log into the site and individually update their own profiles. Further coding and testing of the database will be conducted in the coming year.Most zines that we have found in the past year have come from the United States (828). The United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia, with 43, 70, and 60 zines respectively, account for where the second largest amount of zines that we have found are coming from. The fact that these are all English speaking countries reflects that the basic underground culture of producing and distributing zines is still predominantly heavier in countries which have English as the main language.

III. Research & Development 1.

FEM-Zines

A Database and Analysis of Female Youth – Produced Zines funded by a Marie Curie International Reintegration Grant, EU 6th Framework, Dr. Elke Zobl Mainstream media fails to provide a venue for many people – in particular young people and women - who find themselves excluded or misrepresented. In response, in the last few years an increasing amount of girls and women have taken the tools of cultural production into their hands and have created their own media. However, this increase in cultural productivity has gone largely undetected so far and needs to be documented and analyzed. To counter this gap, this interdisciplinary project focuses on archiving and analyzing self-published print and online magazines produced by and for female youth. It builds on various disciplines; most prominently, gender studies, cultural studies and media studies. The aim of the FEM-Zines database and analysis is to develop and maintain an interactive, online system to preserve, archive, and analyze female youth-produced media as well as to connect European and international state-of-the-art research on this subject. Providing access to and preserving cultural and scientific resources is one of the seven objectives of the Sixth EU Framework Programme. This interactive database and research platform will make female youth-produced media more accessible, establish a “living history” archive and provide the basis for further research. An analysis of the data collected will give us significant insights into the demographics and issues female youth are concerned with today. This ‘basic research’ is highly relevant to current debates about the role of cultural participation, production and creativity as means of combating social exclusion among disadvantaged citizens, in particular female youth, and the strengthening of a democratic society and media. Moreover, this research project specifically addresses girls’ and young women’s needs and contributes to an enhanced understanding of gender issues. In the first year all necessary work for objective 1 and 2 was performed. In the first step, print and online media produced by girls and young women in Europe and worldwide were identified and collected. Data identification has been mainly done by searching online and in various archives. So far, 1745 zines in 14 languages were identified. The existing web site Grrrl Zine Network (http://grrrlzines.net) was used as a basis for this research.

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Many zines coming from non-English speaking countries are often written in English so that they have a more international outreach. There are more than 800 new zines and resources in the database. The fact that we have close to doubled the amount of zines/resources/distros in the database means that young women around the world are still very active in the production and distribution of zines since the appearance of the first grrrl zine (1980's-90's). In addition, there are 42 new members in the Grrrl Zine Network mailing list since April 1st 2006. This indicates that grrrl zinesters are actively seeking a community for themselves and their zines. The mailing list, as well as the message board and newly created blog are useful tools to help zinesters find out about zine collaboration possibilities, the announcements of new zines being published, festivals that deal with zines and other resources of that sort. Furthermore, towards objective 3 we have conducted interviews with four zine producers from Germany, Ecuador and the USA which will continue to coming year and enhance our analysis about the content, locations and demographics of female youth-produced media. The interviews are accessible at: http://grrrlzines.net/interviews. So far the following aims have been realized by Elke Zobl and her team: ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ

Data identification of contemporary female youth-produced media. Collect information in Excel sheets. Development of precise data type specifications and data transfer protocols. Extract standards for data definition. Convert existing files using these standards. Collect available data from external databases using these standards. Design annotation interfaces to facilitate input into the database. Coding of the database. Initiation of database Continuation of data collection and inclusion in the database.

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SCOREedu - The First European Forum for Music Education in FilmTV-Digital Media

On 16th – 18th of November 2006, the International Centre for Culture and Management presented SCORE.edu, the first European Forum for Music Education in Film, Television and Digital Media. Conceived as a platform for international experts to meet and discuss latest trends, challenges and opportunities in music education, film scoring and sound design, ICCM featured exceptional speakers such as Hansjörg Kohli (chief editor of the Film Music Department at ZDF), Gilles Tinayre (President UCMF, the French Association of Film Composers) and John Groves (President of the German Composers Club and Vice President of FFACE, the Federation of Film and Audiovisual Composers of Europe). The first day, focusing on the auditory society, the participants emphasised the importance of music in European films and the role of federations of audiovisual composers, whereas on Friday, the attention was turned to the possible concepts of education in film music. Saturday the forum concluded with the foundation of the “Hanns Eisler Research Institute for Film Music at ICCM”, in addition to the creation of a European Network for Music Education in Film, Television and Digital Media which includes international partners like the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts, FAMU Prague, School of Sound London, HMT Zurich, Film Academy Budapest, Film Academy Baden-Württemberg and Musicube Academy. With SCORE.edu, Salzburg seized the great opportunity to develop a European platform for Education in Film Music. By creating the “Hanns Eisler Research Institute”, it also sets new standards in the exploration of the relation between images and sounds.

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FRIDAY, 11/17/2006

09.30-18.00

SATURDAY, 11/18/2006

WORKSHOPS: EDUCATION FOR MUSIC IN FILM – TV – DIGITAL MEDIA 9:30-11:00

09:30-13:00

COOPERATIONS/PROJECTS Presentation of the “Hanns Eisler Forschungsinstitut für Film Music at ICCM“, Wolfgang Pillinger

PLENARY KEYNOTES

Gilles Tinayre, President Union des Compositeurs de Musiques de Films: Situation of Music Education in Film – TV – Digital Media in Europe

Foundation of a European Network for Film Music Education Cooperation with EU/Leonardo Grants

Matthias Wittwer, Musicube Academy: Between Academic Organisation and Professional Development

Foundation of a Portal (Coordinator ICCM)

Matthias Raue, Filmakademie Ludwigsburg : Education of film scoring at the Filmakademie Ludwigsburg between adjustment and innovation Andreas Fuchs, Filmakademie Ludwigsburg; European experiences at UCLA/Hollywood COFFEE BREAK 11:30-13:00

PLENARY DISCUSSION

13:00-14:00

LUNCH AT ICCM

14:00-15:00

PLENARY KEYNOTES

Rainer Fabich, Film Composer and Board of Composers Club: Music Dramaturgy as a Core John Groves, President of Composers Club: Sound Branding - Strategic Brand Sound Management 15:30-16:30 DISCUSSIONS IN 2 GROUPS (COFFEE SERVICE IN THE SEMINAR ROOMS) 17:00-18:00 Sabine Wagner, Consultant Austrian National Agency: The Leonardo da Vinci – The European Programme for Vocational Education and Training 19:00

DINNER AT ICCM

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Hanns Eisler Institute

Based on the appreciation of life and work of the Austrian composer Hanns Eisler the research institute promotes a European approach to film music and focuses on international cooperations with various organisations. Supervised by Wolfgang Pillinger, the institution is also going to support academically the planned training course in “Film Scoring” at ICCM, which is conceived in cooperation with UCLA.

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Imparting the work of Hanns Eisler as far as it is concerned with music for film, TV and digital media Developing a European approach to composing for the film based on the conclusions of Eisler’s research project on behalf of the Rockefeller Foundation about the relationship between images and music. Effect research in compliance with the principles of musical dramaturgy in composing for film, TV and digital media International co-operation with institutions and organizations in that range of operation

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Research projects Publications Dissertations and thesis Education or training Conferences, conventions, symposia

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Establishing a highly qualified education for film scoring Linking and co-operating with already existing Hanns Eisler institutions Developing and founding an Austrian Award for Film Music Establishing events for music in Fflm, TV and digital media

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TRANSFER Culture and Science

The vision of the long term project TRANSFER consists in the synopsis and advancement of existing potentials involving all cultural activities in the federal state of Salzburg. Heterogeneity is assured through various players in the field. However, strategies for an effective development of the region must be achieved by focusing the different interests. Strengths and weaknesses of each project partner can be balanced only within such new systemic relationship. By means of interdisciplinary co-operations interfaces between universities (Paris Lodron University, Mozarteum), polytechnic and other academic institutions will be identified and/or established. The fact that different institutions are driven by different interests should be considered as a chance. New offers for joint operation methods allow for participation in future developments across institutional borders. Specific profiles are developed on the basis of a common vision which enhances their stability and meaningfulness. The co-operation between education, culture, economy, science and tourism should lead to a Salzburg ArtCluster within an intermediate period. This does not only mean an improvement of Salzburg’s business location, but the “field of excellence” can be developed in the sense of a comprehensive regional planning. Possible Topics: ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ

Salzburg Art-Cluster Creative Industries Film-TV-Digital Media Art: Life Sciences Media Culture

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IV. Art & Media Projects 1.

MicroFilmMobileCinema: Cine16

The title “MicroCinema” came after the independent movie industry’s fading-off in the 1980s and early 90s. It has been initiated on the West Coast of the United States as an underground movement targeting underserved audiences. In contrast to the indie-cinema which now refers to budgets of several million dollars featuring A-list actors, MicroCinema is based on the socalled “micro”-budget (low to no budget) movie making. As part of the subculture, MicroCinema features the kind of home-grown movies where films are shot mostly on digital videos, edited on a computer, and distributed via videotapes or over the internet. It was also more often than not made by non-traditionally trained filmmakers. However, in these days, the genre is used more and more by art school trained artists, new mediaists, and old-school filmmakers crossing over traditional filmmaking. MicroFilmMobileCinema (MFMC) project at ICCM was introducing a brand new genre that originated in the USA and migrated to Central Europe. Standing at the forefront of the independent film genre, MFMC is riding along the waves of concurrent phenomena such as reality shows, self-made candid cam, and mass availability of digital cam technology. The subtitle “Cine16” is a tribute and a reference to Amos Vogel, an Austrian by birth, who became a vitally important figure in American experimental film making in the mid-1990s. Vogel developed Cinema 16 in New York as a non-profit film society, showing avant-garde films, documentaries, and foreign films which do not appeal to the mainstream tastes, such as early films of Roman Polanski, Luis Buñuel, and John Cassavetes, all of which received their first American screenings at Cinema 16. Vogel was the one who also framed the famous phrase “Film as Subversive Art.”

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Film programme “BraveNewWorld”: DIY autonomous zone, and themes on autonomy.

TRANSFER Schmiede 2006

The first MFMC project has been presented at the Pernerinsel in Salzburg/Hallein from September 21st to 25th, 2006 as part of the Schmiede06 evening programmes. The Schmiede provides space for artists, cultural practitioners, and the likes for working together, exchanging ideas and know how. That year, Schmiede has been also the host for the Salzburger Landespreis Medienkunst. MFMC film programme-festival was made possible by the support of all the contributing film makers from around the world, FEM-Zines, FilmBank Netherlands, Xiao-Yen Wong at the SF-Beijing Film Group, Egoli Tossel Film AG in Berlin, and many others.

20:00 - 20:03 “Birdon”, by Chieh Huang (Taiwan) 20:03 – 20:45 “Diamond on the Souls of Her Shoes”, by Peter Conteh (Sierra Leona) 21:00 – 21:10 “White Space/In Flux”, by Jym Davis (USA) 21:10 – 21:30 “Future Garden Structure”, by Hilary Koob-Sasson (London/Berlin) September 24th/Sunday: (Same place and starting time. Zine Exhibition opening whole day)

As Schmiede06 focused on the idea of “Transfer”, the MFMC programme was designed along this idea in order to add another perspective within the framework of the fast-moving contemporary society. To examine and re-examine not only the breeding of this new movements, but also to re-think how we communicate, exchange, and access information in a high-tech, consumption-oriented world.

Film programme: “Virgin Express” featuring women directors whose works first time shown here in Austria or Europe and whose work tackling social, cultural, economical issues, such as gender bending, cosmetic surgeries, and self identity issues.

Furthermore, there was an exhibition, set up by Haydée Jimenez from FEM-Zines, accompanying all evening programmes. Such collaborative happenings evoked thoughts and discussions about the intersections between subculture-art, technology, and critical theories.

21:50 – 22:00 “Cosmetic Emergency”, by Martha Colburn (Netherlands)

20:00 – 21:40 “The Monkey Kid”, Xiao-Yen Wong (China/USA)

22:00 – 22:05 “Memory of A Past Princess”, by Kasumi (Japan)

MicroFilmMobileCinema has been selected as the “Festival of the Month” by Eutopia, one of the largest European internet platforms in active contemporary culture and youthful contemporary art.

MFMC PROGRAMME September 22nd / Friday: OPENING NIGHT. When: 20:00 Where: Schmiede, ALTE SALINE / Pernerinsel, Hallein What: The whole day there will be a literature Zines exhibition inside the cinema room, a project from Fem Zines. Zines from around the world. Reception w/drinks, and live performance by Human Software from Rome, dj SisterSoul from Paris, with video projections inside the buliding. Film programme September 23rd/Saturday: (Same place and starting time. Zine exhibition opening whole day)

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„Voluminator“: Opening Exhibition of the Sculpture Park by Stefan Schwaighofer

In 2005 the renowned artist Stefan Schwaighofer created a fascinating sculpture walk-through in the beautiful park of the former Trapp mansion. Inspired by the suprematism of the Russian avant-gardist Kasimir Malevich, Schwaighofer created a set of eight steel sculptures under the project title “Voluminator“. The opening of the open-air exhibition on July, 25th has been attended by approximately 200 guests. Professor Burghardt Schmidt, vice-president of the Hochschule für Kunst und Gestaltung in Offenbach, gave the inaugural address. The huge park with more than 30.000 square meters provided the natural setting for eight monumental steel sculptures. Their rigid forms as well as their industrial materials contrasted vividly with the luscious green surrounding. Stefan Schwaighofer makes use of a geometrically reduced vocabulary, his tangible objects tell stories but at the same time leave room for own imaginary journeys. Born 1944 in Vienna, he studied stage design in Salzburg before starting a career as a freelance sculptor based in Scheffau (Salzburg). In October 2005 parts of the sculpture garden were transferred to Berlin and presented in an exhibition of the T.R.O Kunstfabrik BAT 15. In return the resident artists were invited to contribute with their work to ICCM’s sculpture park in order to promote cultural exchange.

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Internationally renowned museums have acquired examples of his art for their collections, such as the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., the Sprengel Museum in Hannover, Germany, the Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris and numerous others. Leonard Lehrer has received awards including the “Kunstpreis” of the Heitland Foundation, Celle/Germany, the Gold Medal Award of Distinction of the National Society of Arts and Letters, a USIA grant to la Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia, and a Fulbright Scholar Programme Artistein-Residence Grant, followed by another Fulbright Senior Scholar AIA Grant, both to Greece in Printmaking.

Leonard Lehrer Exhibition

Between July 22 and August 22, 2006 the International Centre for Culture and Management hosted an exhibition of works by Leonard Lehrer, artist and dean of the School of Fine and Performing Arts, Columbia College Chicago. The opening has been attended by the artist himself, as speakers served Dennis Rich, chairman of Columbia College and Herwig Pöschl, chairman of ICCM, while Haydée Jiménez presented her music composed especially for this occasion. Leonard Lehrer is an American painter and printmaker with an international reputation. His works have been exhibited for several decades in national and international, solo and group exhibitions. He studied at the Philadelphia College of Art and the University of Pennsylvania, where he received a Master of Fine Arts degree in 1960. He lives and works in Chicago. His repertoire includes oil paintings, watercolours, drawings, prints such as lithographs and ink jet prints, as well as collages. His works signifies a long evolutional period of ideas and intentions and he has been inspired by the most diverse influences such as the paintings of Pontormo, the gardens and the domed ceilings of the Alhambra, the French movie Last Year at Marienbad, and the writings of the Argentine novelist and poet Jorge Luis Borges. Leonard Lehrer’s main theme relates to concepts of time, the infinite and the simultaneity of past, present and future. The latter was given concrete expression through his art of the short but remarkable life of his daughter Anna-Katrina. Altogether, there have been more than forty solo exhibitions in well-known galleries and museums all over the US, including New York and Philadelphia as well as in Germany and Spain.

The exhibition project has been developed by four participants in the MBA International Arts Management programme: Monika Wildi, Katharina Riha, Anna Helene von Schubert and Jessica Kennedy White, each from different backgrounds: controlling, film production, graphic design and event management, as well as visual anthropology.

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“Artsmanagers Classroom for the 21st Century,” lecture at the conference “Management culturale e formazione: bilanci e prospettive,” Fondazione Fitzcarraldo, Torino, Sept. 22-24, 2006. “A

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Herwig Pöschl - Chairman, founder and managing director of ICCM Michael Bauer - Co-founder of ICCM, Law Attorney in Liezen, Austria.

Ausbildungssituation der Kulturwirtschaft in Salzburg,“ lecture at the symposium“Kreativität – Impuls für Innovation“, June 29, 2006. “Competence in Diversity - Diversity in Competence,” 14th ENCATC annual conference, Bratislava, Mai 18-21, 2006.

Publications 2006 “Constructive Method for Leadership in the Arts” in MBA International Arts Management Brochure, Salzburg 2006.

Ursula Maier-Rabler - Assistant Professor at the Department of Communication at the University of Salzburg and joint director of the Centre of Excellence in Information and Communication Technologies & Society (ICT&S) at the University of Salzburg.

Christian Huemer - Executive Deputy Director, Head of Programmes

Thomas Heskia - Vienna Film Fund, Austria

Christian Huemer studied art history at the University of Vienna, the Sorbonne in Paris, and at the Graduate Center, City University of New York. Specialized in 19th- and 20th-century art, his dissertation is on “Isolation and Exchange: The Art Market as a Medium of French-Austrian Cultural Transfers, 1873-1937”. After internships at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and the Museum of Modern Art in New York, he worked as a free-lance curator, educator and writer. Moreover, he taught art history classes at Hunter College in Manhattan and the American University of Paris. Fellowships at the International Research Centre for Cultural Studies in Vienna and at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales in Paris broadened his background in visual anthropology and cultural theory.

Kurt Kaindl - Founder of the Galerie Fotohof, Salzburg

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strategy guide for 2010“ Advisory Board Fondazione Fitzcarraldo, Torino, Sept. 24, 2006.

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Herwig Pöschl – Chairman, Founder and Managing Director of ICCM Herwig Pöschl is chair of ICCM, which he founded in 1989. In the same year he established one of the most prestigious International Arts Management programmes. With ICCM's Summer Academy he built up the most well-known professional training programme for Eastern and South-Eastern Europe as well as Central Asia. Between 1998 and 2002 he was president of the European Network of Cultural Administration Training Centres (ENCATC). He is founding member of the Fondazione Fitzcarraldo in Turin, Italy and permanent member at the editorial board of the International Journal of Arts Management, Toronto, Canada. Before establishing ICCM as a leading cultural project & research institute he designed and implemented the cultural development plan for the City of Salzburg from 1986 to 1990. In 1980 he founded a centre for cultural studies and realised many projects in cultural and economic development. He began his career in the arts as a percussionist for jazz and contemporary music and studied psychology, psychotherapy and communication sciences.

Presentations 2005-06: “Isolation und Begegnung: Der Kunstmarkt als Medium des französisch-österreichischen Kulturtransfers,“ lecture at the Centre Allemand d’Histoire de l’Art in Paris, 18.04.2006. “Les Belles lutes à coups de billets bleus: Public Sales at Private Paris Galleries in the 1880s,” paper at the session “The Auction House and Art History”, College Art Association, Annual Conference, Atlanta, 18.02.2005

Publications 2005-06: “Frédéric Spitzer (1815-1890).” In: Österreichisches Biographisches Lexikon, Vienna: Austrian Academy of Sciences Press 2006.

Presentations 2005–06 “Austria as a Case for Public Cultural Policy,” Final Conference of the Cultural Capital Patras on Cultural Policy, Patras, Dec. 10-12.

“On the Reception History of Paul Cézanne in Austria Modernism.” In: Belvedere: Zeitschrift für bildende Kunst no. 2 (Fall 2006), p. 72-87.

“Challenges for Music in Film – TV – Digital Media,“ Score edu, International platform for Film Music Education and Training, ICCM Salzburg, Nov. 1618, 2006.

“Hermann Bahr y Gustav Klimt.” In: Hermann Bahr, Contra Klimt, Madrid: Fundación Juan March 2006, p. IX-X.

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Delphine Kini Mae - Creative Programmer Intern / Coord. International Exchange Programme China Delphine Mae graduated in arts and arts history from the University of Illinois and holds a certificate in dance/theatre from the National Institute of Arts in Taiwan and gained recently an honouring diploma from Helsinki. Mae has been selected to study European culture and arts at the Institut für Europäische Studien (IES) in Vienna as an exchange student, she was an exchange scholar for the study of mixed genre arts and museum studies at the Paris-Sorbonne and the recipient of the YMCA John Price Award of International Understanding for her exemplary efforts to foster international relations as a choreographer/performer. In addition, Mae has been artist-in-residence for contemporary performance at University of California. Her own choreographic works have been reviewed in Asian Week and Dance Magazine. The dance film ‚Glück’ in Europe won ORF Shorts On Screen and in the Diagonale Festival.

“Eine Reise ins Herz der Finsternis: Jacques Chirac eröffnet das Musée du Quai Branly, Parnass 3 (Sept. 2006), p. 138-141. “Flâneries Parisiennes: Herbert Boeckl zum 40. Todestag.“ In: Parnass no. 2 (Mai 2006), p. 90-94. “Alles Seiende ist schön”: Alois Riegl und die Grundlegung der modernen Kunstwissenschaft (Interview Georg Vasold).” In: Parnass no. 4 (Nov. 2005), p. 112-115. “Über Jäger, Sammler und Schausteller: Ein Symposium zur Sammlungsoffensive im MuMoK.” In: Parnass 4 (Nov. 2005): p. 68-70. “Moderne-Erzählungen: Zwischen Chronologie und Anachronismus (Interview Mieke Bal). In: Parnass 3 (Sept. 2005), p. 92-93.

Mae’s recent working projects focus on international exchange and dialogue amidst globalisation and increasing mobility within the EU. At ICCM, she was responsible for MicroFilmMobileCinema at Pernerinsel Hallein, which has been selected as “Festival of the Month” by Eutopia. She also served as a team member with Studio West for “Electric Shadow: Films from PR China” festival at the Museum of Modern Art Mönchsberg, October 2006. Currently she is on a Fellowship Residency at ICCM developing various projects with the vibrant contemporary culture and arts scenes in the Asian Pacific like China.

“Was ist ein Bild? Hans Belting bringt die Vordenker einer Bildwissenschaft nach Wien (Interview Hans Belting).“ In: Parnass 2 (Mai 2005), p. 76-77.

Awards: Talent Support Award for the Humanities by the Federl Government of Upper Austria 2006.

Doris Hamberger - Director for Communication & Marketing Doris Hamberger attained her communication and advertising expert degree at the Advertising Academy, Vienna in 1999. After her activity in the customer advisory service at Demner, Merlicek & Bergmann, Vienna, she began her studies on journalism and communication sciences at the Alpen-Adria University of Klagenfurt. Focusing on economy of media as well as cultural studies, she gained a more critical view on the connection between media and cultural developments. During this period she was a participant and finally research assistant of the project „3rd Generation Telecom-Trends“ under the supervision of Matthias Karmasin and Carsten Winter sponsored by Telekom Austria. Moreover, she developed the corporate design and communication for BusinessfrauenCenter Klagenfurt while being artistic director for the implementation of several events. In 2005, after receiving her MA, she moved back to Vienna where she worked in the field of marketing and advertising at kraftWerk. Her projects included events such as „klima:aktiv“ for the Austrian Department of Environment and ARA-System or initialising a survey concerning the Austrian IT-market in co-operation with the WU Vienna.

Elke Zobl - Department for Interdisciplinary Research and Cultural Studies, ICCM Elke Zobl studied at Mozarteum and University of Salzburg and at Duke University in North Carolina (USA), as well as at the University of Vienna and the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna where she received a Ph.D. in Art Theory and Cultural Studies. Her research at the Department of Communication at the University of California San Diego has been supported by the Austrian Science Fund and an Erwin Schrödinger Scholarship. In 2001 she created the web site Grrrl Zine Network (http://grrrlzines.net). Since 2006 she is Postdoctoral Fellow and principal researcher at the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies at ICCM. Research project: FEM-Zines: A Database and Analysis of Female Youth – Produced Zines (funded by a Marie Curie International Reintegration Grant, EU 6th Framework)

Exhibits and Reading Rooms 2006 “Do-It-Yourself: Grrrl Zines! Ein Archiv auf Reisen / A travelling archive.“ (with Haydeé Jiménez), Hallein, schmiede06: TRANSFER, sept 2006. “Grrrl Zines from Europe: An Exhibit and Reading Room. Gender and Citizenship in a Multicultural Context.” 6th European Gender Research Conference. University of Łód , Poland. 31 Aug. – 3 Sept. 2006. 24


EfEU, Wien zur LehrerInnenfortbildung, 2006. p. 42-44.

Grants and Awards Marie Curie International Reintegration Grant (EU) Structuring the European Research Area Title: “A database and analysis of female-youth produced zines”. (04/2006 – 04/2008)

“cruzar fronteras: grenzüberschreitungen * crossing borders.“ Interdisciplinary exhibition project about the border San Diego/Tijuana, Mexico. kulturAXE Wien. 05/2006:

Förderung vom Kulturfonds der Landeshauptstadt Salzburg für das Projekt: Stimmen der Jugend: Ein Archiv auf Reisen (06/2006 – 2007).

Talks and Workshops 2006

Haydeé Jiménez Technical Assistant (Project: FEM-Zines), Department for Interdisciplinary Research and Cultural Studies

Participation in the seminar “Social Software: Das Politische im WWW,” University of Salzburg, 09/2006.

Born in San Diego, USA, 1981. Grew up in Tijuana, Mexico. She studied International Relations with a focus on Latin America at the University of California, Irvine as well as at Franklin College, Switzerland. Interested in issues such as human rights, environment, migration, and local culture in relation to borders, she became project assistant for the Mobile_Transborder Archive as part of inSite_05 in 2005. In addition, she has been working on electronic music projects where she uses computers and other electronic equipment to compose and produce experimental and other styles of music. Her interest and knowledge in media, social change and gender issues lead her to this project at the ICCM in Salzburg.

“Eine Einführung in die Welt der internationalen Grrrl Zines.“ Tagung des Hamburger Studienkollegs „Dekonstruktion und Gestaltung: Gender“, Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg, 11/2006. Participation in the symposion “Heranwachsen mit dem Internet. Aktuelle Forschungsergebnisse und Perspektiven“. Tagung der Fachgruppe Medienpädagogik, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Publizisitk und Kommunikationswissenschaft. University of Salzburg, Dept. of Communication, 10/2006. Participation in the conference “Civilmedia: Die Zivilgesellschaft und ihre Medien. Forum zu Rolle und Perspektiven partizipativer Medien” at the ARGE Salzburg, 06/2006.

Exhibits and Reading Rooms 2006 “Do-It-Yourself: Grrrl Zines! Ein Archiv auf Reisen / A travelling archive.“ (with Elke Zobl), Hallein, schmiede06: TRANSFER, sept 2006.

Participation in the conference “Intermediale künstlerische Bildung – Kunst-, Musik- und Medienpädagogik im Dialog,“ Mozarteum Salzburg, 06/2006.

Sound Design “Finnicky - HI-D, recorded, arranged, mixed & mastered. Presented at TRANSFERSchmiede 06, Hallein.

Publications 2006 “Music Fan-Zinesters: Supporting a woman’s right to rock” (with Haydeé Jiménez). fiber: werkstoff für feminismus und popkultur. >>Musik<<. Vienna, no. 10/2006, p. 88-89.

“2 Schnitzel with Noodles and Crisp Apple Strudel” (with Claudia Rohrmoser, Marcel Schobel, Daniel Reimer). Salzburg state award 2006: Media Art.

Talks and Workshops 2006

“Vernetzung, Feminismus, Grrrl-Zines. Aus einem Gespräch mit Elke Zobl.“ Interview by Wolfgang Meisinger. In: Angelika Bartl, Irene Lucas, Elisabeth Penker and Ruby Sircar (eds.): [fem.] ADDITIVES. Stuttgart: Laut-sprecherverlag, 2006.

Participation in the conference “Civilmedia: Die Zivilgesellschaft und ihre Medien. Forum zu Rolle und Perspektiven partizipativer Medien” at the ARGE Salzburg, 06/2006.

Publications:

“Mehr als die Summe der einzelnen Teile: Über Feministische Fanzines, Musiknetzwerke und Ladyfeste“ (with Christiane Erharter). In: Female Consequences: Momente der Auflehnung in der Popularkultur. Rosa Reitsamer und Rupert Weinzierl (eds.), Vienna: Löcker Verlag. 2006, p. 17-30.

“Music Fan-Zinesters: Supporting a woman’s right to rock” (with Elke Zobl). fiber: werkstoff für feminismus und popkultur. >>Musik<<. Vienna, no. 10/2006, p. 88-89.

Sonja Eismann - Research and Techni cal Assistant (Project: FEM-Zines), Department for Interdisciplinary Research and Cultural Studies

“Von und für Mädchen und junge Frauen: Grrrl Zines in der Schule In: Schulqualität & Gender Mainstreaming.“ Conference report from 23rd November 2005, Landesberufs-schülerheim Hallein. Eine Veranstaltung des LSR für Salzburg in Kooperation mit BMBWK, PIB Salzburg, Verein

Born 1973 in Heidelberg, Eismann studied Comparative Literature, English and French Language and Literature in Vienna, Mannheim, Dijon, and at the University of California Santa Cruz. She was editor and 25


director of the Rudolf-Arnheim-Institute for Art, Music and Cultural Economics in Hamburg. Bendixen is also founding member and academic director of the Private University for Economics and Ethics in Vienna and contributing editor of the Süddeutsche Zeitung in Munich.

Publications 2005-2006: founding member of•nylon - KunstStoff zu Feminismus und Popkultur, a•popfeminist fanzine/journal, had a biweekly feminist•radio show on orange 94.0. She also worked for the Austrian•Broadcasting Company / FM4 and was project manager for•the now defunct Public Netbase t0 in Vienna. In 2002 Eismann moved to Cologne in order to work as an editor•for the popcultural monthly Intro. In 2003, she started•the project "Re-Punk Electronic Music" about female•performativity in punk and electronic music together•with Christiane Erharter which was shown at the 3rd•Berlin Biennale, Ladyfest Vienna 2004, the octavo•festival internacional de video / arte / electrónica,•Lima, and the Symposion "Überdreht" in Bremen. She is interested in a feminist critique of•the representation of women in popular culture and•regularly publishes in diverse newspapers, magazines•and anthologies and gives talks and workshops about•women in music and the media.

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Der Traum vom Wohlstand der Nationen – Eine Kritik der ökonomischen Vernunft. Vienna: WUV Facultas Verlag, 2005. Einführung in das Kultur- und Kunstmanagement (3rd edition) Wiesbaden: Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, 2006. Aufbruch in die Moderne – Für eine Erneuerung des ökonomischen Denkens. Berlin: ProBusiness, 2006. “Kultur und Kunst: Öffentliches Gut oder kommerzielle Dienstleistung?“ In: Jahrbuch für Kulturpolitik, Bonn 2006, p. 209 - 218 “Die Oper – ein sterbender Koloss?“ In: Knauer, Bettina/Krause, Peter (eds.): Von der Zukunft einer unmöglichen Kunst. Bielefeld 2006. p. 169 – 176. “Die

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unsichtbare Hand hat schon viel Unheil angerichtet. Über Adam Smith.” In: Merkur – Zeitschrift für europäisches Denken, no. 691/Nov. 2006.

“Das Kulturpublikum – ein unbekanntes Wesen?” In: Kulturpolitische Mitteilungen Nr. 1/2006. p. 73-74.

Michael Bauer - Dr. Lindmayr, Dr. Bauer, Dr. Secklehner Law firm, Austria Law for the Arts and Media

“Welche Konsequenzen ergeben sich für eine wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Bildung angesichts des verengten Weltbildes der Ökonomie.“ In: Ökonomische Bildung – Quo vadis? Ed. Andreas Fischer. Bielefeld: wbv, 2006.

Michael Bauer, born in 1955, studied law at the University of Salzburg. Since 1986 he is a lawyer in the Dr. Lindmayr, Dr. Bauer, Dr. Secklehner law firm in Liezen, Styria. Together with Professor Pöschl he is one of the co-founders and board members of ICCM. Michael Bauer is practising art and media topics as cofounder of RADIO FREEQUENNS 100.8, a free and independent broadcasting association in Liezen and as board member of the CULTURCENTRUM WOLKENSTEIN, an art association in Stainach, Styria. Since 2003 Michael Bauer is responsible for the introduction to several law fields and structures related to arts, culture and media, such as Constitutional Law, Contracts Law, Copyright Law, Company Law or European Law at ICCM.

Nicky du Plessis - Cultural Radius cc, South Africa Intercultural Arts Management & Crosscultural Communication Nicky du Plessis holds a master’s degree in Drama and Theatre Studies from Rhodes University in South Africa. She is a freelance consultant in the arts, focusing on project management, culture and development, exchange projects as well as arts funding policies. She was the South African co-ordinator for Shuttle 99, a two year exchange project between South Africa and the Nordic countries from 1998 to 2000, and since then continues to work closely with development agencies on various projects within South Africa and the rest of Africa.

Peter Bendixen - Private University for Economics and Ethics Hohe Warte, Austria Cultural Economy Peter Bendixen, born 1933, studied management science and economic geography at the University of Hamburg. He has been working as a management consultant with German industrial companies and lecturing at Hamburg University for Economics and Politics, at the University of Lüneburg/Germany, the Universities of Debrecen and Pécs/Hungary as well as ICCM. Moreover he acted as an external examiner at the University of Warwick/UK (Centre for the Study of Cultural Policy and Administration). Since 1998 he is

Clients have included the National Arts Council of South Africa, the Royal Netherlands Embassy, Sida, Norad, Hivos, the Nordic Council and Business and Arts South Africa for whom she provides a variety of management, evaluation and monitoring services. She has contributed to the creation of new qualifications in arts management through the National Qualifications Framework in South Africa, and runs an accredited training company, teaching cultural entrepreneurship

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“Leitsysteme zum Neuen: Brisante Stadtvisionen des 20. Jahrhunderts am Beispiel der Stadt Dresden.“ In: Brennpunkt Stadt. Lebensund Wirtschaftsraum, gebaute Umwelt, politische Einheit. Festschrift für Heinrich Mäding zum 65. Geburtstag, Berlin 2006, p. 569-582 “Der Forschungsverbund ’Stadt 2030’: Planung der Zukunft – Zukunft der Planung, Einleitungen zu den Bänden I bis IV von: Deutsches Institut für Urbanistik (ed.), Zukunft von Stadt und Region, Beiträge zum Forschungsverbund ’Stadt 2030’, Wiesbaden 2005/2006.

and cultural tourism for community development projects in various provinces. She has lectured at several universities in the country and was external examiner at the University of the Witwatersrand for the Masters Degree in Arts Management. Du Plessis serves as the National Deputy Chair Person of PANSA (Performing Arts Network of South Africa), is the President of Art Moves Africa, a mobility fund for artists working in Africa, and lives in Durban on the east coast of South Africa.

Thomas Heskia - Vienna Film Fund, Austria Finance Management Thomas Heskia (born 1971) is commercial director of the Vienna Film Fund and responsible for documentary and experimental films. He worked also for the BAWAG-Foundation (visual arts and video), Unitas Solidaris, FOKUS and ICARE. Heskia is lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences St. Pölten, the Management Center Innsbruck, the University of Nova Gorica (Slovenia) as well as ICCM. Heskia holds master degrees in both social and economic sciences as well as art history from the University of Vienna; supplementary studies in Eastern European History, a Controller Diploma from the Austrian Controller Institute and postgraduate Diploma in Cultural Management at ICCM and Università Roma II Tor Vergata, Italy.

Publications 2005-2006: Performance script: An African Cosmology Commissioned for the opening ceremony of the Unesco World Heritage Council meeting in Durban in July 2005.

Awards 2005: Winner – Arts and Culture Trust Arts and Culture Administrator of the Year Award

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Albrecht Göschel, born 1941, has studied architecture and urban planning at the TU Hannover and the TU Berlin as well as sociology, social politics and social planning at the University of Essex/England. He has been working as the head project manager for the German Institute for Urbanization at the University of Berlin for many years and is lecturing at the Universities of Frankfurt/Main, Göttingen, FU Berlin, HU Berlin, Hamburg, Hagen and at ICCM. Having worked as an urban planner in Munich and Frankfurt/Main, he brings together academic and practical perspectives. From 1987 to 2006 he was project manager at the German Institute for Urbanistic Research, Berlin. His focus is on cultural and social politics, transformation of values, future of the city, etc.

“Library Fundraising - Contribution to Finance or Mere Communication?” (8th International AiMAC Conference on Arts Management, Montreal, July 2005) “Austrian Economics and Cultural Values” (14th Biennial Conference of the Association of Cultural Economics International, Vienna, July 2006) “The impact of culture on social development and general well-being: Is it quantifiable?” (OECD Workshop on the International Measurement of Culture, Paris, Dez. 2006)

Michael Karrer - Galerie Weihergut (Art Trading Corporation), Austria Strategic Planning

Publications 2005-2006: “Demographie, Ökonomie und Wertewandel: Bedingungen zukünftiger Kulturpolitik.” In: Bernd Wagner (ed.), Jahrbuch für Kulturpolitik 2005, Kulturpublikum, Bonn, Essen 2005, p. 59-76

Michael Karrer studied international trade at Kepler University Linz, at the Commercial School Salzburg, and at ICCM. He has been working as a general manager of Guggenheim Museum Shops Austria, as the assistant commercial attaché at the Chamber of Commerce in U.A.E., Abu Dhabi and is the managing director of Weihergut Galleries and the Academy Weihergut (Salzburg/Schloss Hellbrunn). In addition, Karrer is working as a strategic partner and consultant of ORF, Salzburger Nachrichten, Oberbank, Wüstenrot, international art fairs etc.

“Identitäts- und Imagepolitik: Revision kulturpolitischer Reformen.” in: Norbert Sievers and Bernd Wagner (eds.), Jahrbuch für Kulturpolitik 2006, Diskurs Kulturpolitik, Bonn, Essen 2006, p.235-244 “Stadtentwicklung im Bruch des sozialstaatlichen Konsenses: Anmerkungen zum Forschungsverbund ’Stadt 2030’.” In: Klaus Selle (ed.), Planung neu denken, vol. 2, Praxis der Stadt- und Regionalentwicklung. Analysen. Erfahrungen. Folgerungen, Dortmund 2005, p. 208-221

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Susanne Moser Executive Komische Oper Berlin, Germany Finance Management

“Artsmanagers Classroom for the 21st Century,” lecture at the conference “Management culturale e formazione: bilanci e prospettive,” Fondazione Fitzcarraldo, Torino, Sept. 22-24, 2006.

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Susanne Moser is the executive director of the Komische Oper Berlin. After having studied business at the University of Economics in Vienna she has been working at the Federal Ministry of Education and Art, as a production director of “Das Wiener Kindertheater” and a consultant for “Interconnection”. Before she started her own controlling business for cultural companies (Graf Moser Management GmbH) she was assistant of the commercial director and head of controlling at the Burgtheater Vienna, as well as commercial director and executive director of the Schauspielhaus Vienna.

strategy guide for 2010“ Advisory Board Fondazione Fitzcarraldo, Torino, Sept. 24, 2006.

“Arts Management Training and Careers“ Art Fair Salzburg, Aug. 12-16, 2006. “Die

Ausbildungssituation der Kulturwirtschaft in Salzburg,“ lecture at the symposium “Kreativität – Impuls für Innovation“, June 29, 2006. “Competence in Diversity - Diversity in Competence,” 14th ENCATC annual conference, Bratislava, Mai 18-21, 2006.

Publications 2006 “Constructive Methods for Leadership in the Arts“ in MBA International Arts Management Brochure, Salzburg 2006.

Publications in preparation: Vertragsmuster im Kulturbetrieb. Together with Elisabeth Vlasaty and Gerald Matt (Direktor of Kunsthalle Vienna).

Dennis J. Rich - Chairperson Arts Entertainment & Media Management Department, Columbia College Chicago, USA Fundraising / Cultural Marketing

Kulturmarketing. Togehter with Josef Koinig (Executive Director of the advertising agency „Jung von Matt an der Donau“) und Gerald Matt (Direktor of Kunsthalle Vienna).

Dennis Rich is the chairperson of the Arts Entertainment & Media Management Department and full-time faculty at Columbia College in Chicago. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin, Madison and has been chairman and executive director of the Chicago Centre for Arts Policy, director of external affairs for the Columbia Symphony Orchestra (Columbus, Ohio), managing director of the BalletMet (Columbus, Ohio), marketing director of the Atlanta Ballet (Atlanta, Georgia) and the Studio Arena Theatre (Buffalo, New York).

Herwig Pöschl Chairman, Founder and Managing Director of ICCM Herwig Pöschl is chair of ICCM, which he founded in 1989. In the same year he established one of the most prestigious International Arts Management programmes. With ICCM's Summer Academy he built up the most well-known professional training programme for Eastern and South-Eastern Europe as well as Central Asia. Between 1998 and 2002 he was president of the European Network of Cultural Administration Training Centres (ENCATC). He is founding member of the Fondazione Fitzcarraldo in Turin, Italy and permanent member at the editorial board of the International Journal of Arts Management, Toronto, Canada. Before establishing ICCM as a leading cultural project & research institute he designed and implemented the cultural development plan for the City of Salzburg from 1986 to 1990. In 1980 he founded a centre for cultural studies and realised many projects in cultural and economic development. He began his career in the arts as a percussionist for jazz and contemporary music and studied psychology, psychotherapy and communication sciences.

Presentations 2005-2006 Lecture Series, “Fund Raising and Sponsorship for Cultural Institutions,” Moscow Theatre Academy, Management Department (GITIS). Moscow, Russia, December 4-8, 2006 Lecture Series, “Marketing Culture and the Arts,” Estonian Academy of Music (sponsored by the US Embassy in Estonia) October 30 – November 3, 2006. Lecture Series, “Fundraising and Sponsorship in Culture and the Arts,” Sibelius Academy, Helsinki, Finland. October 23 – October 27 2006. “Fundraising in the Context of Culture and the Arts,” presented to working cultural managers – Korjaamo Cultural Center, Helsinki, Finland – sponsored by the Embassy of the United States, Image Match Ltd., and the Sibelius Academy – October 23, 2006.

Presentations 2005–06 “Austria as a Case for Public Cultural Policy,” Final Conference of the Cultural Capital Patras on Cultural Policy, Patras, Dec. 10-12. “Challenges for Music in Film – TV – Digital Media,“ Score edu, International platform for Film Music

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and the Arts (МАРКЕТИНГ У СФЕРІ КУЛЬТУРІ ТА МИСТЕЦТВ), Kyiv, Ukraine, 2005. Rich, J. Dennis. “Raising the Roof: Real Life Capital Campaigns” – presenter and facilitator – at One State Together Conference sponsored by the Illinois Arts Council and the Illinois Arts Alliance, Chicago, May 12, 2005.

Lecture Series, “Fundraising and Sponsorship in Culture and the Arts, Institute for Professional Development in Culture – State Institution for Continuing Education and Post-Graduate Education InterStudio, St. Petersburg, Russia, October 19 – October 22, 2006.

“Cultural Industries and the Artist in the US.” Presented at Creative Clusters in the Life of Culture and the Life of the City Conference hosted by the Federal Agency on Culture and Cinematography of the Russian Federation, the Theatre Union of Russian Federation St. Petersburg Branch, and by the State Educational Institution INTERSTUDIO with the support of Institute of Finland in St. Petersburg and ENCATC – European Network of Cultural Administration Training Centers, March 18, 2005.

“You Don’t Have to Give It Away: Incentive Marketing Strategies in the Arts,” National Arts Marketing Project Conference, Los Angeles. April 30, 2006. “Baumol’s Disease: Does It Still Exist in the USA?” Fifth Annual Yufit Assembly, Economics of the Performing Arts: Fundamental Models and Contemporary Views, hosted by Federal Institute for the Professional Development in Culture in collaboration with the Theatre Union of the Russian Federation, with the support of the Federal Agency on Culture and Cinematography of the Russian Federation. St. Petersburg, Russia. March 17, 2006.

“Fund Raising Techniques and Methods for Cultural Institutions,” sponsored by the US State Department, Amerika Haus, Frankfurt, Germany, March 16, 2005. “Fund Raising and Marketing the Arts and Culture” sponsored by the US State Department, GermanAmerican Institute, Heidelberg, Germany, March 15, 2005.

Lecture Series, “Marketing for Cultural Institutions,” InterStudio, St. Petersburg, Russia. February 19 – 24, 2006.

“Fund Raising for Culture and the Arts,” sponsored by the US State Department, German-American Institute, Nürnberg, Germany, March 14, 2005.

Lecture Series, “Fund Raising and Sponsorship for Culture and the Arts,” Estonian Academy of Music (sponsored by the US Embassy in Estonia) November 13 – November 18, 2005.

“Fund Raising – an American Dream? Are US Fund Raising Techniques and Methods Transferable to a European Setting?” at Marketing and Fundraising für Kunst und Kultur at the Evangelische Akademie Bad Boll, Bad Boll, Germany, March 10, 2005.

Lecture Series, “Marketing for Cultural Institutions,” Sibelius Academy, Helsinki, Finland. November 7 – November 11, 2005.

“Fund Raising and Marketing for the Arts and Culture, sponsored by the US State Department, Amerikazentrum Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany, March 9, 2005.

Lecture Series, “Fund Raising and Sponsorship for Cultural Institutions,” Moscow Theatre Academy, Management Department (GITIS). Moscow, Russia, October 25 – October 28, 2005.

“Fund Raising Techniques and Methods for Cultural Institutions,” sponsored by the US State Department, Amerika Haus, Berlin, Germany, March 8, 2005.

Lecture Series, “Marketing Culture and the Arts,” Institute for Professional Development in Culture – State Institution for Continuing Education and Post-Graduate Education InterStudio, St. Petersburg, Russia, October 18 – October 22, 2005.

“Fund Raising an American Dream?” sponsored by the US State Department, US Consulate, Leipzig, Germany, March 7, 2005.

Lecture Series, “Cultural Marketing” Institute for Professional Development in Culture – State Institution for Continuing Education and PostGraduate Education InterStudio, St. Petersburg, Russia, October 18 – October 22, 2005.

Publications 2005-2006: Colbert, François with Jacques Nantel, Suzanne Bilodeau and J. Dennis Rich, Marketing Culture and the Arts (Korean Translation and Adaptation of Le Marketing des arts ad de la culture), Taekhaksa Publishing House, Seoul, South Korea, 2005.

Rich, J. Dennis and Maria Naimark, “The Context for Cultural Policy – Old World and New World,” in Abstracts of the 8th International Conference on Arts and Cultural Management http://www.hec.ca/aimac2005/completeprogram. htm, presented at AIMAC, July 6, 2005, Montreal, Canada.

Burghart Schmidt - University of Design, Offenbach/Main, Germany Cultural Studies / Cultural Theory Burghart Schmidt, born in 1942, is professor for Language and Aesthetics at the Academy of Arts and Design in Offenbach a. M. He has been honorary professor at the University of Hanover and lectured at

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„react review“ Eric Kressnig 10.4.2006 “found and lost” Martin Breindl 7.10.2006 Zur Anthologie “Leidenschafften”. 9.10.2006 the University for Applied Arts and at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna as well as the University of Klagenfurt and the Technical University Graz. He studied philosophy, art history, biology, chemistry, physics at Tübingen and was research assistant of the philosopher Ernst Bloch.

Publications 2006 “Im

Gemenge mit dem Fächerstolz vor Bildungsthronen.“ In: Christian Reder (ed.), Lesebuch Projekte. Vorgriffe, Ausbrüche in die Ferne, Vienna/ New York: Springer Verlag, 2006.

“Liebe – Leidenschafften. Ein Kommentar aus den Outbacks.“ in Batya Horn/Christian Baier (eds.), Leidenschaften. Eine Anthologie, Vienna: Edition Splitter, 2006

Presentations 2005-2006 Panel discussion with Prof. Dr. med. habil. Axel Bauer (University of Heidelberg) about “Das Menschenbild in der Naturwissenschaft“ at the Ernst-Bloch-Zentrum Ludwigshafen a. Rh. 8.12.2005

“Österreich und Weltpolitisches. Im Wahlkampf 2006.“ In: Kulturrisse, Vienna, no. 3 September 2006.

“Gründe der Pflicht zum provisorisch-Ornamentalen,” lecture at the conference “Oberflächenkontrolle. Zum Thema des Ornaments“ at the architectural faculty TU Wien, 13.1.2006.

“Stellvertretender Wein.“ In: Josef Trattner, Weinfarbe Rot, Christian Brandstätter Verlag Wien 2006. “Kleiner Ausflug der Tugenden in die Wüsten der Korruption.“ In: Martin Kreutner (ed.), The Corruption Monster. Ethik, Politik und Korruption, Vienna: Czernin Verlag, 2006.

Opening address for the exhibition “Maximal“ at Baker and McKenzie/ Wirtschaftsanwaltskanzelei Frankfurt a. M., 26.1.2006.

“Melancholie gegen ‚Ei des Kolumbus’ und ‚Gordischen Knoten’. Ergänzungen zu meinen Erinnerungen an Ernst Bloch namens „Kopfstand – Buchstand“. In: Karlheinz Weigand (ed.), BlochAlmanach 25, Mössingen-Thalheim: Talheimer Verlag, 2006.

Opening address for the exhibition “Maria Bußmann Zeichnungen zur Philosophie“ at Nexus-Kunsthalle Saalfelden, 12.5.2006. Opening address for the exhibition “Modelle einer Seestadt“ at Ernst-Bloch-Zentrum Ludwigshafen/Rh., 13.6.2006.

“Heimat als zahllose Knoten in hochwehenden Netzen.“ In: Francesca Vidal (ed.), Jahrbuch der Ernst Bloch-Gesellschaft 2006, Mössingen-Talheim: Talheimer Verlag, 2006.

Speech at the opening of the Museum Gugging (Gugging artists), 28.6.2006 and at the congress there.

“Wie bewahrt sich Eigensinn vor Borniertheit. Durch Verzicht auf das Selbstbild oder durch dessen Fragmentarisieren? Eine Intervention zu verschiedenen Ansichten.“ Iin: Petra Leutner/Hans-Peter Niebuhr (ed.), Bild und Eigensinn, Bielefeld: transcript Verlag, 2006.

Opening address for the exhibition “Jürgen Klauke. Hoffnungsträger. Aspekte des desaströsen Ichs“ at the Museum für moderne Kunst/Stiftung Wörlen, Passau, 28.7.2006. Video talk and its written version for the exhibition “Partituren der Stille. Manfred Makra“ at Museum der Wahrnehmung Graz, 15.9.2006.

“Jubel aus Leere in Leere. Jürgen Klauke.“ In: HansPeter Wipplinger (ed.), Jürgen Klauke. Hoffnungsträger. Aspekte des desaströsen Ich, Nürnberg: Verlag für moderne Kunst, 2006.

Speech on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Rotary Club Offenbach a. M. “Ästhetik – Ethik der Moderne ?“, 16.9.2006. Opening address for the exhibition “Zwei Österreicher. Erich Smodics/Herbert Albrecht“ at Baker and McKenzie/Wirtschaftsanwaltskanzelei Frankfurt a. M., 28.9.2006.

Carsten Winter - University of Klagenfurt, Austria Content Sociology/ Cultural Studies Carsten Winter, born 1966, is Assistant Professor for Media and Communication Sciences at the University of Klagenfurt. He studied Business Administration and Cultural Sciences at the University of Lüneburg and Media Science at the University of Siegen. He was employed at the Institute for Applied Media Research at the University of Lüneburg and at the Institute for Media and Communications Sciences at the Technical University of Illmenau. Winter is a spokesman of the specialist’s group “Sociology of Media Communication” at the German Association for Journalism and Communications Sciences and part of

Introduction to Martin Breindl’s contribution to the project „Fischerstiege alter ego“, 7.10.2006 at Edition Splitter, Wien. Lecture „Kritische Theorie des Ornaments“ at the conference to the exhibition „pattern-project“ in Mannheim 26.10.2006. Short introduction to exhibitions at KunstSchauRaum Splitter Art/Wien: WA.LK.TCH.ING/Ingo Nußbaumer 28.11.2005 20 Gedichte. Angelika Kaufmann 16.1.2006 30


Einführung in Medien im globalen Kontext. Wiesbaden: Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, 2005, p. 69-92.

Peter Wolf - Musician / Composer / Producer, Los Angeles Film Scoring

the board of directors at the Association for Cultural Sciences.

Peter Wolf is a multi-grammy nominated, worldrenowned songwriter, composer, producer and arranger. He has recently performed a new millennium symphony that he was commissioned to create for the 25th Annual SoundCloud Festival, one of the world’s most renowned and acclaimed open air music festivals, that took place on September 4th in Linz, Austria on the Danube River in front of an audience 123,000 people.

Publications 2005-2006 Konnektivität, Netzwerke und Flows. Schlüsselkonzepte der Medien- und Kulturwissenschaften, edited together with Andreas Hepp, Friedrich Krotz, Shaun Moores, Wiesbaden: Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, 2006. Konvergenzmanagement und Medienwirtschaft – ein Lehrbuch, edited together with Matthias Karmasin, Munich: Wilhelm Fink-Verlag (UTB), 2006.

Born in Vienna, Wolf studied classical piano at Vienna's Conservatory of Music and won the European Jazz Festival as a solo pianist at the age of 16. He came to America in his early 20's and began playing keyboards for Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention in the late 70's. He was one of America's top ranking studio keyboarders and arrangers from 1980 to 1985 and started his production career in 1985 with the multiplatinum selling STARSHIP album “Knee Deep in the Hoopla”.

Die Medienkulturgeschichte des christlichen Predigers von den Anfängen bis Heute. Entstehung und Wandel eines Mediums in kommunikativ-kulturellen Vermittlungsprozessen.” Graz: Nausner & Nausner Verlag 2006. Globalisierung der Medienkommunikation. Eine Einführung in Medien im globalen Kontext – ein Lehrbuch, edited together with Andreas Hepp, Friedrich Krotz, Wiesbaden: Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, 2005.

In 1986 Peter was successful with a series of four straight #1 singles that he produced and co-wrote, starting with STARSHIP's We Built This City and Sara, EL DEBARGE's Who's Johnny, from the movie "Short Circuit", and WANG CHUNG's “Everybody Have Fun Tonight”. After co-producing and arranging the COMMODORE's #1 hit single Nightshift from the album by the same name and HEART'S biggest selling album entitled "HEART" which sold more than 7 million records. He wrote and produced Kenny Loggins' hit Playin' With the Boys for the movie "Top Gun" which sold more than 9 million copies. Peter also arranged the smash single On My Own with PATTI LABELLE and MICHAEL MCDONALD.

“Einleitung: TIME-Konvergenz als Herausforderung für Management und Medienentwicklung.“ In: Matthias Karmasin, Carsten Winter (eds.): Konvergenzmanagement und Medienwirtschaft – ein Lehrbuch. München: Wilhelm Fink-Verlag (UTB), 2006, p. 13-53. “Medienentwicklung und der Aufstieg einer neuen konvergenten Beziehungskunst.“ In: Matthias Karmasin, Carsten Winter (eds.): Konvergenzmanagement und Medienwirtschaft – ein Lehrbuch. München: Wilhelm Fink-Verlag (UTB), 2006, p. 183-216. “Die TIMES-Konvergenz medialer Kommunikation.“ In: Andreas Hepp, Friedrich Krotz, Shaun Moores, Carsten Winter (eds.): Konnektivität, Netzwerke und Flows. Schlüsselkonzepte der Medien- und Kulturwissenschaften. Wiesbaden: Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, 2006, p. 79-100.

Some of the other acts Wolf has produced include WANG CHUNG for Geffen records, LOU GRAMM'S solo album and THE ESCAPE CLUB for Atlantic Records. Following his huge success with the GO WEST single King of Wishful Thinking on the "Pretty Woman" soundtrack he then produced their next album "Indian Summer" which included the hit single Faithful.

“Andrea Grisold: Kulturindustrie Fernsehen. Zum Wechselverhältnis von Ökonomie und Massenmedien.” In: Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft, no. 54 vol. 2/2006, p. 324-326.

In 1994 Wolf produced the POINTER SISTER’s album "Only Sisters Can Do That" for SBK Records, CHICAGO'S album "The Stone of Sisyphus" and produced 3 singles for the Benson Records group "4 HIM" which reached the #1 spots on both the Christian AC and Christian CHR charts.

“Medienökonomie“ (together with Günther Lang). In: Andreas Hepp, Friedrich Krotz, Carsten Winter (eds), Globalisierung der Medienkommunikation. Eine Einführung in Medien im globalen Kontext. Wiesbaden: Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, 2005, p. 117-136.

In addition to his career in the world of rock and popular music Wolf has also scored a number of major motion pictures including the 1993 hit “Neverending Story III”, and “Weekend at Bernie’s II”. Wolf has composed 12 film scores including some in Europe and has also written and performed on 6 of his own albums for the Polydor and WEA labels.

“Von der Globalisierungstheorie zur Medienkulturforschung.“ In: Andreas Hepp, Friedrich Krotz, Carsten Winter (eds.) Globalisierung der Medienkommunikation. Eine 31


as running his own charity project Music for Church (MfC).

Josef Mayer (1971, Austria) Josef Mayer is the director of the music school Burgkirchen e.V. and the founder of “Aufwind” Festival. He has been composing and working for different music productions. Josef Mayer studied the clarinet at University Mozarteum, Salzburg and school music in combination with geography and economics and worked as a teacher.

Sold into 105 countries, Peter scores the music for Europe, Asia, Australia and South America’s premiere television show “Kommissar Rex” for the third season. He has just composed the score for the Leon DeWinter’s major motion picture “The Hollywood Sign”, starring Burt Reynolds, Tom Beringer and Rod Steiger.

Simon Benedikt Nagl (1978, Germany) Simon Nagl is a cellist and working for the Mozarteum orchestra (Salzburg) and for the Salzburger Kammersolisten touring in Europe, Asia and South America. He has been solo cellist at the Junge Philharmonie Wien and at Leopold MozartKammerorchester (director Bruno Steinschaden). He is organising the “Operntage in Ruhpolding” and “Konzerte auf dem Rauschberg” and has been involved in the concert series “Hindemith und Bach”/ “Britten und Bach” and as soloist in the “opera and concert days Ruhpolding 2006”. His educational background is cello studies and is writing his dissertation in musicology at Mozarteum Salzburg.

He composed the music and produced the entertainment blocks of the World Sports Awards 2000 and 2001 at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

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IAM Participants

MBA International Arts Management 2005-2007 (parttime)

Ines Culinovic (1968, Austria) Ines Culinovic is a graphic artist and web-designer, working as a freelance. She studied journalism and communication, drama and ethnology in Vienna. She has been working as an editor for various media. In addition to that she is a trained radio/TV speaker and realised several cultural projects, such as exhibitions and music projects.

Katharina Riha (1975, Austria) Katharina Riha is working as an executive producer for RIHA – FWGmbH, Brains & Pictures, Vienna. She also has experience in marketing and studied business administration at Wirtschaftsuniversität Vienna, law at Juristische Fakultät Vienna and fashion and clothing techniques.

Andrea Helene Fink (1976, Germany)

Gunda Felicitas Schwaninger (1981, Austria)

Andrea Helene Fink is working in music management, in organisations such as Internationale Stiftung Mozarteum Salzburg (Mozartwoche 2007), Siemens Arts Program Munich, Salzburger Festspiele, Cultural co-operation project “Music Connects” (Österreichisches Ensemble für Neue Musik, University Mozarteum in Salzburg and Music Academy in Shanghai). She has focused on production and communication. Her educational background is German literature, linguistics, music and educational science.

Gunda Schwaninger is the managing director of Steinerwirt 1493 – wirtshaus kultur hotel, a combination of traditional restaurant and innovative hotel in Zell am See - Austria, which she is transforming into a hotspot for cultural events and a hotel gallery. She holds a master of science in developmental genetics and has been working as a research scientist and university teacher. Her academic path took her from the University of Vienna, to Wellesley College, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), New York University and finally to ICCM.

Andreas Flohr (1982, Germany)

Anna Helene von Schubert (1981, Germany)

Andreas Flohr currently works as membership coordinator at the International Artist Managers’ Association (IAMA) in London. His appointment at the leading worldwide association for classical music artist managers and concert agents started in October 2006. His field of responsibility besides financial management involves membership services for the German speaking countries. Andreas graduated from Guildhall School of Music and Drama and City University (London) and read Music at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Hamburg (Germany). Professional experiences include internships at English National Opera (London), English Chamber Orchestra and Music Society (London) and several opera productions as a chorus member as well as a soloist. Andreas’ leisure time activities include leading two choirs in London as well

Anna Helene von Schubert is holding a diploma in graphic design and advertising. At the moment she is transitionally working for the winery Maximin Grünhaus, which is owned by her family. She has experience in communication, event management, marketing and PR in companies, such as Royal State Art Collections (Dresden/Germany), Sotheby’s (Zürich, Switzerland), BURCO Group (Buenos Aires, Argentina), Hardenberg Concept GmbH (Berlin, Germany), Q-Advertising (Munich, Germany).

Sanja Borci c Toth (1969, Croatia) Sanja Borcic Toth has been trained in sculpture, continued art history and archaeology at University of Zagreb, worked at the Monument Conservation Institute, in the organisation of art events in animation, 32


Marcus Kohlbach (1969, Germany) Marcus Kohlbach completed international cultural and business studies at the University of Passau. He has been working as a theatre director since 2000. After a job at the theatre of Esslingen (Württembergische Landesbühne) he moved to Salzburg where he realized theatre productions for the Salzburger Landestheater. He is keen on extending his knowledge of cultural management, learning new skills and competencies of value in order to use it for his own future projects.

in music and concert management where she specialised in cultural marketing. Today she owns her company “Artefakt” and is involved in several cultural projects.

Monika Wildi (1968, Switzerland) Until end of September 2005 Monika Wildi was the regional controller for Africa, Asia and Australia at VOLCAFE International Ltd, the worlds leading coffee trading company. Before this position she had been working for a couple of years as auditor for Ernst & Young in Zurich. She studied business administration and finance in Zurich.

Anastasia Leonidopoulou (1981, Greece) Anastasia Leonidopoulou studied piano performance and music management in Hartford, USA. She has been working as a piano teacher and was organising cultural events in the USA. Her special focus is marketing and international cultural management. She wants to deepen her management knowledge in order to organise cultural projects.

Elena Catalina Perez Hernandez (1981, Spain)

MBA International Arts Management 2006/2007 (fulltime)

Elena Catalina Perez Hernandez studied digital design for the creative industries, has a master’s degree in Chinese studies and graduated in advertising and public relations. She has been working as a photographer’s assistant, in event organisation and is currently a gallery assistant. Being interested in the contemporary arts, she wishes to deepen her career in this field.

Nicolas Bohnet (1975, Switzerland) Nicolas Bohnet is working as a communication manager for Claves (classical record label) and at the Zermatt Festival. He has a background as a musician since he studied violin and worked as an orchestra player before he decided to go into music management. He graduated with a bachelor from the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts. He also has been working for the Verbier Festival and Academy, the Festival Bach de Lausanne and Whizkid Productions (Hip Hop). Besides music management and communication, he is working as an artist’s agent for classical music.

Mizar Luca Lorenzo Pascarelli (1980, Italy) Lorenzo Pascarelli studied Piano, Music (Composition and Musicology) at Oxford University, Orchestral Conducting in master classes in the U.K., Italy and in Germany. He is finishing his studies in orchestral conducting at the Rotterdam Conservatory (Netherlands). He is hoping to expand his knowledge of cultural management and develop his concepts for an innovative approach to music festivals.

Andreas Brandtner (1965, Austria) Andreas Brandtner is the vice director of the university library in Vienna. He studied German philology, philosophy as well as art history and graduated with a Ph.D. in German philology. He also studied cultural management at the IKM in Vienna and passed the master of science (MSc) in library and information studies. He is lecturing in literature and library studies. He is going to upgrade his studies already accomplished in cultural management with some classes at the ICCM.

Iwan Preben (1966, Denmark) Iwan Preben has been working as an executive producer and chief sound producer for the Danish National Symphony Orchestra at the Danish Radio (DR). He studied French Horn and graduated from the soloist class. After a career as a French Horn player in the World Youth Orchestra, the Athelas Sinfonietta Orchestra and the Copenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra he went into management and became the executive producer and chief sound producer at the Danish Radio. He decided to quit this job in order to concentrate more on his own recording company IWANSOUND and to take a leading part in the cultural development taking place in Denmark at the moment.

Christiane Gaspar (1959, Germany) Christiane Gaspar is lecturing in musicology at the Catholic University of Eichstätt. She studied musicology (Ph.D.), philology of medieval Latin and philology of the Christian Orient. She has a profound knowledge of music history, especially opera music, music of the Christian Orient and musica sacra. She is creating a music festival in Sicily and wishes to work more in cultural management using her musical knowledge for a greater public.

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Erik Jan Rippmann (1968, Switzerland) Erik Jan Rippmann is working as an artistic co-director at the theatre festival spectrum and the neue buehne villach. He studied performing arts at the conservatory of Vienna and has been working as an actor at different theatres, in series and movies. Erik Jan Rippman also wrote plays and is currently working for the Festival Spectrum in order to create a border-crossing festival. He aims to deepen his knowledge in management and economics after having been more engaged in the artistic side of theatre life.

Elisabeth Weigand (1969, Austria) Elisabeth Weigand studied social and economic sciences in Vienna. Since 1994 she is working for IBM, lately as the business operations manager in IMB Global Business Services Austria. She lived and worked in Austria, Slovakia, Spain, Dominican Republic and has been working as a guide for city trips to Paris, Rome and Barcelona. She wants to use her business knowledge for her passion for culture (mainly opera) and work in arts management.

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The ICCM Project Factory is a means of evaluating a common subject in the form of a real project that is sustainable and relevant. We describe this method as constructive, as it can be assumed that knowledge is created by means of an internal subjective construction of ideas and concepts and their realisation. The prevalent view of learning as a means of processing information is contrasted by the presentation of knowledge as the individual construction of an active student in a social context. The student’s preliminary knowledge is of decisive importance as new knowledge is always constructed in relation to it. This is the activation of previous knowledge, directing, correcting, expanding, differentiating and integrating together to play a decisive role. Individual constructs are therefore built up by learning, then linked, reorganised and modified. Learning is the purposeful modification of cognitive structures. According to the constructivist paradigm learning means perceiving, experiencing, acting and communicating — activities which are all understood as active, target-oriented processes. Instead of learning facts by heart, skills and strategies are of prime importance.

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working environment has been planned in the years of 2005 and 2006 and will be realised in June/July 2007. ICCM will find a much better working environment at Pernerinsel following the way of thinking and working as described in the mission of ICCM, its constructive method, and the concept of a project factory. Open spaces and a lot of different situations are required. The Pernerinsel as a creative mind-map will shape new experience and knowledge that people, visitors can carry with them. The former salt production will produce the salt of new cultural production. ICCM extends the above ideas into social groups constructing things for one another, collaboratively creating a new corporate culture of shared artifacts with shared meanings. When one is immersed in a culture like this, one is learning all the time about how to be a part of that very culture, on many levels. ICCM will make use of different venues in Hallein: ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ

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Creative Working Environments

In June 2007 ICCM moves from the Kolleg St. Joseph in Salzburg-Aigen to the Steebhaus at the Pernerinsel in Salzburg-Hallein. This major change in structure and

Constructive Method as a Working Principle

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Learning is the construction and refinement of mental cognitive maps. Knowledge in itself cannot be conveyed by the teacher. It is more a case of helping the students to construct knowledge.

Learning is active knowledge construction linked to existing knowledge. Learning is individual; the individual learning process cannot be predicted. The learning process begins by encouraging the learning person to ask the right questions: before the students are overwhelmed with answers, they should understand the questions and the problem. Only after this are they ready to study, to learn and to feel answers.

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Pernerinsel: Verdampferturm, Theatre Ziegelstadel Chapel of the saline Theatre and cinema of the city of Hallein Museum for Celtic History Steebhaus as centre of activities


3.

Production Facilities and Backoffices of the Team at Steebhaus ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ

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Administration Office (Katrin Schneider) Professional Studies Office (Christian Huemer) Communication Office (Doris Hamberger) Arts Office (Herwig Poeschl) Interdisciplinary Research and Cultural Studies Office (Elke Zobl) Hanns Eisler Institute (Wolfgang Pillinger) China Office (Delphine Kini Mae) Nourishment Office (Inge Broederbauer) 3 multifunctional rooms for meetings, seminars, small conferences and project development with over 50 individual chairdesk-opportunities 1 multifunctional group office with dynamic seminar interior Multimedia and seminar tools like white boards, pin boards etc.

Group work and specific learning set-ups are increasingly dominating our working experience. Yet teams with varying constellations require dynamic interior concepts. Traditional desk/office chair furniture does not meet the demands of workshops either. ICCM uses interiors with just such requirements in mind. The range consists of various coordinated furniture units for interactive work and seminar scenarios. There is no unit that cannot be moved around. Any arrangement can be reconfigured in no time at all.

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ICCM offers a small reference library but works also permanently on cultural databases and their access. All working rooms at ICCM offer full internet access.

6.

4.

As participants who study at ICCM are also inscribed at the University of Salzburg they are having full access to the services of the university, as there are

Regeneration

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Steebhaus and Pernerinsel offer different spaces for regeneration and relaxing, a terrace for breaks and more. The medieval city centre with its restaurants and coffee shops is a stone's throw away from the Steebhaus.

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ICCM will offer mobile catering and use existing cooking facilities in Verdampferturm and Ziegelstadel.

5.

eLearning and Databases

ITServices Legal Affairs Human Resources Department / University Authority Human Resources Development Central Business Services Study Kinderbüro University Library University Sports Institute (USI)

See: http://www.uni-salzburg.at

ICCM uses Moodle - a learning management system which is promoted by the Ministry for Sciences in Austria.

Other offers will be provided by the Salzburg University of Applied Sciences as member in the networks of the Salzburg Chamber of Commerce and the Salzburg Chamber of Labour and its partners the Salzburg Management Business School and Urstein Academy.

Moodle is a free, open source PHP application for producing Internet-based educational courses and web-sites on any major platform (Linux, Unix, Windows and Mac OS X). Courses are easily built up using modules such as forums, chats, journals, quizzes, surveys, assignments, workshops, resources, choices and more. Moodle supports localisation, and has so far been translated into 34 languages. Moodle has been designed to support modern pedagogies based on social constructivism, and focuses on providing an environment to support collaboration, connected knowledge and a meaningful exchange of ideas. Look at http://moodle.iccm.at/ For project work and co-operation in projects people use moregroupware The programme aims to be a complete web-based groupware application based on open source components like PHP, MySQL and Apache. It features most of the things that people expect from such an application. moregroupware is a web-based groupware application. Some of the features that are worth being mentioned: ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ

Access to other Infrastructures

Contact/Address Management Webmail Full-featured calendar ToDo management News Project management Some preferences for each module Available in different languages

Look for moregroupware at http://cal.iccm.at/

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VII. Partners 1.

Associate Partners ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ

2.

5. ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ

Paris Lodron University Salzburg SMBS University of Salzburg Business School CCC Columbia College Chicago UCLA University of California Los Angeles Fudan University Shanghai Università Ca’Foscari Venezia Fondazione Fitzcarraldo Torino ENCATC European Network of Cultural Administration Training Centres AAAE Association of Arts Administration Educators

Public Partners ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ

3.

European Union Research Funding CEI Central European Initiative Bundeskanzleramt : Kunst Bundesministerium für auswärtige Angelegenheiten Kultur Land Salzburg Kulturfond der Stadt Salzburg

Corporate Partners ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ

4.

Wilkhahn Bene Zumtobel Steinway Sony DADC VOEST Alpine Stahlfirma Asen

Online Partners ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ

Private Donors

Kulturserver Culturescope Romanian Cultural Institute Kulturmanagement Net Dance Theatre of Ireland American Voices Association Fountainhead Tanz Theatre

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Günther Ofenmacher Mathias Munkwitz Thomas Mark Renate Winklbauer Birgit Grüner Benedict Hammacher Judith Frisch-Wurth Judith Cerwenka Ulrike Lintschinger Gerald Gröchenig


Bischof

Hartwig “Kreation Urspruch” 5. Internationale Energie und Umweltschutzwoche, Freiland 1994

Blaimschein Diana Organisationsentwicklung Pro brass 1993

Blaschitz-Promitzer

Gabriele Medien Kommunikationskonzept ICCM 1993

VIII. Cultural Productivity of ICCM

und

Bock Arnella Sustainability of Cultural Capitals. Graz 2004

Böhm Rainer Hans 1. Internationales Austrian

1.

“Rock/Pop , Seminar” LFI, Linz 1996

ICCM Thesis Projects

Boesch Katharina „Zeit der Zeichen“ 1998

Aellen Elisabeth „CD Rom Projekt“ 50 Jahre Jubiläum Camerata Salzburg 2001

Brameshuber Annabelle VP Bank – Kunstprojekt

Aichinger Jo/Morton Feldmann Musikfestival

1998

-

Kathedrale der Träume, Kunsthalle Krems 1992

Brandt Markus “Fin de Temps” – ein multimediales Musiktheater mit Robotern 1994

Aigmüller Alexandra Freies Radio in Europa, eine Bestandsaufnahme und Analyse Radioszene in Europa 1999

der

freien

Brodinger Manuela “Tone Art” CD Präsentation 1995

Amschl Stefan Sound & More – Functional Music

Bruck

Christine “Gengans´ bleiben´s´ da!” Informationsausstellung über “Den Wiener und sein Essen” 1997

2005

Arnold Sabine BTV Artspace, 2005

Bruckbauer Christine Junge Menschen gestalten

Arutchyan Lilith [ISAC] International Salzburg

Schaufenster, Graz 1994

Summer Academy for Arts Management 2002

Brunnsteiner Eva Kulturkonzept der Deutschen

Bacher Josef v.stream21 Linz Videostreaming –

Bank, 2005

Videoübertragung über das Internet 2001

Burger-Utzer Brigitta “Found Footage Filmfestival”,

Bader Egloff Lucie zukunft.film – Image und Marketing für den österreichischen schweizerischen Film 2000

Wien 1993

und

Capecchi Davide Business Plan Erasmus Network 2005

Baratsits Alexander v.stream21 Videostreaming – Videoübtragung über das Internet 2001

Caruso Alexandra Ukrainische Kinder Big Band “Krivoj Rog” Konzerttournee, Wien 1995

Batka Phillpp Redifining Action - Cultural and Urban Modelling; 2004

Cetinski Ursula City of Women, Ljubljana 1996

Bartos Patrick Milleniumstalkshow 1999

Cerwenka Judith Future Region – Road Map, 2005

Bauer Claudia Portable Art – Bild, Rahmen,

Charaf Anoir, Studienzentrum Neue Musik Hall i.T.

Schmuck von Holger Abel 1996

2003

Bauer Gaby “BeautyFarm” Theaterproduktion, Wien

Crepaz Hannah Studienzentrum Neue Musik Hall i.T.

1991

2003 Strategic plan KUPF, MA 2004; Contribute To What You Hear – Reactors For Open Media (A Two Way Media Experience Crossing The Border To The Czech Republic), MBA 2005

Bayr Schrenk Christa Bilderfischen im Netz 1995 Beaufort

Spontin Eva Vom mittelalterlichen Kämmerer zum Generaldirektor, Untersuchung des Kunsthistorischen Museums Wien 1995

Demmel Ernst Newsletter Kulturmanagement,1996 [Feasibility Studie] 1996

Beck Gerlinde Kinderprojekt im Rahmen des

Dewey Patricia “Proposal of Basic Concept and

Kulturforums Seewalchen 1996

Structure” 1998

Beerli Mirjam [Impresario] eine virtuellen Akademie

Dietrich Martin HeimArt; 2005

EU – US 2000

Dietrich Martina [MIMEH] Models of Innovative

Berchtold Alexia Katharina Kultur Neufundland

Management in European Heritage 2000

1998 for

Ding Yezi On the other side of the Bridge –

Bienert-Nießl Renate Studienzentrum Neue Musik

Dobernig Heinz Gründung des “Österreichischen

Bianchi

Roberta

Fundtracer

-

Webportal

Kulturraustausch Österreich China, 2004

Fundraising; 2004

Populärmusikerverbandes e.V.” 1994

Hall i.T. 2003

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Fuchs Rupp Sabine “Macht Literatur Krieg”, Int. Symposium zur österreichischen Literatur im Nationalsozialismus 1994

Fuchs Seeger Alexa „CD Rom Projekt“ 50 Jahre Jubiläum Camerata, Salzburg 2001

Fumagalli Alexander Salzburger Ensemble Gioia

Doblander Ingeborg CD Sampler “komm sing mit”

1998

1995

Fussi Axel [Impresario] eine virtuellen Akademie EU

Dollmann Simone Fundtracer - Webportal for

- US 2000

Fundraising; 2004

Fux Edith “Dra Dra” das etwas andere Musical. Nach

Dürk Nikolaus ICCM - New Media & Technologies

einer Idee von Wolf Biermann 1991

Konzept 1999

Gabriel Theresia Sustainability of Cultural Capitals.

Dupont Isabelle “Ich, Sisi Elisabeth von Österreich”,

Graz 2004

Autopsie 1998

Gall Sonja Sommerszene im Park 1997

Ebenbi chler Werner Errichtung einer Kultur u. Begegnungsstätte im „Schreinergut“, Pasching 1993

Gasperl Anita Analyse des Vereinslebens in Steyr

Ebner Peter AUSZEIT. Wallfahrt zur Stille. Ein

Geigenmüller Maja Öffentlichkeitsarbeit für das

1993

Regionalentwicklungskonzept für den ländlichen Raum am Fallbeispiel Spital am Phyrn, OÖ 2002

Luzerner Sinfonieorchester 2002

Gentinetta Katja Mystery Night auf Schloß Lenzburg

Eder Hans Gerhard Internationales Jazzfestival

1996

Saalfelden 1991

Gerbasits Gabriele „Y Generation“, Open Air

Ederer Jörg Peter Gründung und Aufbau von Speed

Konzert 1995

Records 1998

Gersdorf Elfriede Konzeptive Neuansätze in der

Ei chner Engelbert Klang der Stille, Arvo Pärt,

Jugendkulturarbeit im Rockhouse Salzburg 1999

Salzburg 1999

Glarner

Hans Ulrich Stapferhaus Lenzburg “Interkulturelle Sprach- und Musikwerkstatt auf Schloß Lenzburg” 1998

Engel Pignolo Käthi Organisationsentwicklung EOV 1999

Ertl

Hofinger Edith Zeitgenössische Kulturarbeit in OÖ 1991

Fanzott

Birgit Veranstaltungszentrum Klagenfurt 1995

autonome

Glauninger Michaela “Kunst im Spital”, Leoben 1992

“Ödipus”,

Götz Wolfgang [cuco] Ein Projekt zur Förderung der

Felbermair Vera Kunst und Kulturvermittlung in Pichl

Kultur und Regionalentwicklung. Internetportal & Open Space 2001

1997

Gonnella

Ursula Marketingkonzept Kunstverein für die Rheinlande 1997

Fiala Johannes Tanzgruppe Pascal Hulin 1997 Fieber

Lindenberg

Andreas

“Welcome

für

Grabensteiner Martina Wein und Architektur, 2003

to

America”, Videoproduktion 1992

Granegger Niko Kulturarbeit Rauris 1993

Filips Barbara Womad, Wiesen 1997

Grasegger Josef “Witiko”, Kammermusik 1993

Fischnaller Paul “Krone auf dem Grünberghügel”,

Gratzer Gerda “EXPAN 91”

Symposium und Werkstatt Neuer Musik, Spittal/Drau 1991

Linz 1991

Fitz Angelika “Blow up” Fotoprojekt zwischen

Greyerz Nicola von Creative Industries in Salzburg;

Österreicherinnen und Türkinnen 1994

2004

Fleiß Sigrit

Archiv des Herbert von Karajan Centrums, Wien 1999

Flich

Renate Frauenlust Frauenfrust, erneuerung in Pöttsching 1995

den

Griesmayr Simone

v.stream21 Videostreaming – Videoübertragung über das Internet 2001

Dorf-

Gröchenig

Gerald

Incontri

Culturali

Austria

Toscana 1991

Foerg

Bernhard Bergwerk - Cultural Study Untersberg; MA 2004; A Charming Thesis - What Can Be Made With Charme, MBA 2005

Gruber Roland [cuco] Ein Projekt zur Förderung der Kultur und Regionalentwicklung. Internetportal & Open Space MA 2001; Landloft Dislocated Hotel, MBA 2005

Frisch Wurth Judith “Kultur am Ring”, Wien 1993

Grüner

Birgit Entwicklungsplan Kulturfinanzierung 1996

Frühwirth Pock Pauline Fotokatalog HochZeiten 1996

40

Weißbuch


Management Programme for the Arts & Media International Centre for Culture & Management 2000

Hinterholzer Elke M. [cuco] Ein Projekt zur Groh

Katharina artframe.Kultur Kongressmanagement 2002

Förderung der Kultur und Regionalentwicklung. Internetportal & Open Space 2001 im

Hinterleitner Eva “Kultur Besetzt” Jugendpalette Traun 1994

Grüner Michaela Marketing für das Orff nstitut der

Hittmair-Haller Sylvia Sound & More – Functional

Hochschule Mozarteum 1997

Gschiel

Music 2005

Jürgen Comicodeon, Comedy Center

Hoanzl Georg Betriebsanalyse OHO 1991

Kapfenberg 1997

Gütermann

Hoener Isabel Schriftenreihe: Hebbel - Mensch und

Daniela

Archiv zeitgenössischer Salzburger Komponisten der Int. Stiftung Mozarteum, Salzburg 1992

Dichter im Werk 1998

Hoffmann

Christopher „Tina´s Hochzeit“ ein Theaterprojekt mit Publikum, Off Produktion, Wien 1995

Gyorsok Ilona Literarisches Kaffeehaus, Budapest 1994

Hoffmann

Ulrike Datenbank ICCM Salzburg, 1996

Deborah Gzesh Tschik Tschak Jewish Festival Vienna, 2004

Holnsteiner Hans Peter

Haberl Barbara zukunft.film – Image und Marketing

Holtz Aina Liederkonzertreihe “Von der Vogelweide” im Steinway Haus Wien 1998

Habersatter - Lindner Eva Maria neWork.lab – Kreative Ideen für Neue Selbstständigkeit in Cultural Industries & Creative Business 2000

Holuschka Ingrid Übersättigung und Agonie 1997 Holzer

Panisch Ulla „What really happens“, Kulturmanagement an der Uni Innsbruck 1993

Haider Roland Stadtpfarre Urfahr Kulturabonnement 1995

Honzik, Martin foodstuffs, 2003

Halvax Monika Listen to your heart – Performance

Horny Monika [MIMEH] Models of Innovative

Kunstverein 1996

Management in European Heritage 2000

Hambsch Pfitzner Ursula Gründung des „Amadeus

Howanietz Wieser Ilse „Who is Who der Bildenden

Knabenchor“ Wien 1997

Kunst“ – Datenbank Management 1993

Hammacher Benedikt Kunstkloster 2005

Hrovath

Hanhanz Jör Dieter Festival für Neue Musik, ORF

Tage”,

Herbert

Boeckl

Hummer Andrea “Felsenfest” für den Lebensraum

Kleinfestival

Alpen 1993

Hunger Florian Zuckerfabrik Enns 1995

Heiml Elisabeth Hartheim Musikcollage Farbenallee

Illmaier Gerhild „film+arc“ Internationales Festival

1997

Helml

Barbara

Huemer Petra Die Kunst der Futures 1996

Hauswirth Gernot Handbuch Stadtteilarbeit 2002 “Komische Schwarzach/St.Veit 1991

Forstinger

Ausstellung 1996

Oberösterreich 1995

Sabine

Kulturentwicklungsplan

Bad Hall 1993

für den österreichischen und schweizerischen Film 2000

Haydl

Skriptenbibliothek

Karin

“Internationales 1990” in Wien 1990

für Film und Architektur, Graz 1993

Dokumentarfestival

Illmann Claudia Tanzhäuser in Europa – Konzepte mit Zukunft 2002

Herrmann Monot Esther „Publikumsnachwuchs

Immervoll, Eva Foodstuffs, 2003

unterstützen“, Gymnasiasten und das Orchester 1999

Jagersberger Gerhard “Zentralamt für Maßnahmen“

Artbox, MA 2003; Acropoli Museums – Linking Up The Museums of Perugia and the New Role of Foundations in Italy, MBA 2005

Evaluation und Weiterentwicklung des European Management Programme for the Arts & Media International Centre for Culture & Management 2000

Heß Roberto cultura Brandenburg. WWW server

Kádár Pentz Sophie Kitsch und Kult Design der

Heskia,

Thomas

50er und 60er, Budapest 1999

1995

Kaiserreiner Doris Die Stimme von und für

Hetzer Katharina Square; 2004 Hiessmayr

Minderheiten - eine Zeitung 1995

Anja

“Zentralamt für Maßnahmen“ Evaluation und Weiterentwicklung des European

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Kriesche

Rudolfine

Gerlinde

Werkstadt Graz, Vernetzung Kulturinstitute 1998

“Kunsthof” österreichischer

Krmpotic Gabrijela Redifining Action - Cultural and Urban Modelling; 2004

Krumhuber

Silvia Georgia “Gallneukirchner Aufnahmen” – kulturtouristische Wanderung 1995

Kaltenbrunner Nina Austellung Illusion und Raum“ Installation 1999

Kufner

Christoph artframe.Kultur Kongressmanagement 2002

Kapsch Latzer Ingrid Sponsoring Workshops “Geben und Nehmen”, Wien 1991

Kübler Josef “Kunst mit/ durch/ über Schrift” 1998

Karrer Michael Die Neuausrichtung der Art Trading Corporation ATC GmbH, Salzburg 2002

Kurowski Stefan Theater “Phönix”, Linz 1991

Kastler Raimund Peter [MIMEH] Models of

Kusej Veronika [MIMEH] Models of Innovative

Innovative Management in European Heritage 2000

Management in European Heritage 2000

Kuzmits Wolfgang Tamburica Musik 1995

Kienleitner Michaela Tanzhäuser in Europa –

Lackner Angela Kunst & Technik Auf der Suche

Konzepte mit Zukunft 2002

nach der Sinnlichkeit 1999

Kiefer Ursula Promotion Waltraut Cooper – Biennale

Landlinger Madeleine Swingfonia im SBOtlight;

Venedig 1995

Kompositionswettbewerb schwungvolle/begeisternde/originelle 1997

Kikel Franz J. Kulturentwicklungsplan, Feldkirch 1991

KIM Dong Eon “Koreaner in Österreich” Aufbau einer

Lang Andrea Gründung des PVS Verlages 1991

Klaassen Saskia [MIMEH] Models of Innovative

Langmann Fritz “Kids United” Jugendkulturen – Punks, Skinheads, Hooligans, Multikulturelle 1993

Management in European Heritage 2000

Kleidosty Günther „Blasmusik in progress“ Neu und

Laubi chler

Umstrukturierung der Blasmusik in Burgenland 1996

“Tribute

to

1995

Michael Sanierungskonzept Theater im Landhauskeller 1993

für

Leiner Veronika Radiabled; 2005 Leitinger

Erika Management.Finder der ICCM

homepage 1999

das

Leitner Udo Theaterfestival, Klagenfurt 1997 Leitzenberger Konrad “MalZeit und Mahlzeit in

Kopp Sabine “Heinrich Schütz”, Symposion zum

Windischgarsten” Int. Kunst und Kulturtage, 1993

325. Todestag 1998

Lenzi Maria Die Neuausrichtung der Art Trading

Koren, Barbara Top Talent Award;, 2003

Corporation ATC GmbH Salzburg 2002

Korp Karin Musikvideo zur Komposition “Arien und

Lienhart Gabriele Förderfonds für zeitgenössische

Chöre der Elite” von Haimo Wisser 1995

Bildende Künstler im Burgenland 1992

Korp Robert “MERZweckhalle”,

Wandlung einer Lagerhalle zum Kleintheater, Graz 1991

Beate

Taiwan“,

Lehner Wilhelm Kulturzentrum Avalon, Allentsteig

Anastasia

Kopeinig

Karin

on

Stefan Moser 1998

Bruckner”

[ISAC] International Salzburg Summer Academy for Arts Management 2002

Kraml

„Focus

Lehmann Edeltraud Orgel Musical Konzert mit

Konzertreihe 1996

Konstantinova

Wolfgang

Workshop 1995

Kobald Peter Kunst aus Kapfenberg 1991 Christoph

für Blasmusik

Lang Markus Öffentliche Fotogalerie Konzept 1996

Kulturabteilung des Koreanervereins 1998

Koller

im

Kammermusikfest

Lindinger Christopher Foodstuffs, 2003 Lintschinger Ulli Aufbau der zeitgenössischen

Schloß

Tanztheatergruppe „Die Brut“ 1993

Tillysburg 1991

Lipp Norbert Fürstenfelder Stadtfestwochen, MA

Kratzer Stefanie [MIMEH] Models of Innovative

1998; Graz Festival Orchestra of the Cultural Capital Graz - Development Strategy and Plan, MBA 2005

Management in European Heritage 2000

Kraut Peter Models of Innovative Management of European Heritage 2000

Loidl

Herbert Adalbert Stifter Ausstellung “Schrecklich schöne Welt”, Linz 1990

Krebs Beat [Impresario] eine virtuellen Akademie EU – US 2000

Loitsch Helene Beata “Gäste” Die große Welt in Bad Vöslau 1995

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Nimmerrichter Ute Square; 2004 Nittel Meike Die Zufallsgesellschaft 1998 Novozamsky

Karin Handbuch Medienproduktion im Printbereich 1996

Obrecht

Wolfgang Vivian Tourneeproduktion „OOS“, Theater der Jugend, Wien 1992

Loss Ulrike PR Konzept für Leo Botschein 1995 Dietmar Lupfer crash test dummy - Das neue

Oberlechner

europäische Ich im biopolitischen Crashtest; 2005

Lutz

Andrea

Elisabeth

“Schulamit”

Ofner Rosmarie Bürmooser Kulturtage 1997 Ofner Dirk WUV Absatz von Literaturzeitschriften,

Mandl Alois „Kultur im Gugg“ Aufbau eines Theaters

Salzburg 1992

in Braunau 1992

Olaj Itta Cordelia Projekt “100 Jahre Grazer Oper”

Ingrid

Die heimische Spiegel persönlicher

1997

Oppitz Karin Kolleg Moderne Kunst, Wels 1991 Orlowsky

von Helene Ökologie Kunsttage in Freilassing 1995

Margreiter Ute „Musikschulen 2020“ 1996 Mark Thomas AUSZEIT. Wallfahrt zur Stille. Ein

Ortner Wolfgang “KünstlerLoge” Linz 1994

Management of the Arts and Culture” 1998 [artframe] Kongressmanagement 2002

Kultur

Orwat

Andreas TCM Management, 2003

im

-

Transparent

Cultural

Oswald Wolfgang Fallstudie der „Neuen Wiener Concertschrammeln“ Anekdoten, Amüsantes, Berichte und Analysen 1994

Meißner Jörg Handbuch zur Eröffnung eines Clubs 1994

Pachl Ursula Marketing für das Museum für moderne

Minniberger Isabella Artbox, 2003 Mitter

Kultur,

Graz 2004

Marte Angelica “Artica - European Consulting for Gerhild

und

Ortner Martin Sustainability of Cultural Capitals.

Regionalentwicklungskonzept für den ländlichen Raum am Fallbeispiel Spital am Phyrn, OÖ 2002

Mayr

Zertonen

2004

Betrieben 1991

Kulturlandschaft im Erinnerungen 1998

Auspielen

Ofenmacher Günter München sucht den Opernstar,

Märki Daniel Unternehmenskultur in ausgewählten

Elisabeth

Hans

Musikprojekt 1995

Opernproduktion 1998

Mann

der

Günter

Organsiationshandbuch Kulturplattform Oberösterreich 1994

Kunst, Wien 1995

der

Papsch Renate Sommerszene im Park 1997

Miesenberger Christine AUSZEIT. Wallfahrt zur

Penz Manfred “AK Kultur Neu” Kulturarbeit für

Stille. Ein Regionalentwicklungskonzept für den ländlichen Raum am Fallbeispiel Spital am Phyrn, OÖ 2002

Arbeitnehmer im Sinne eines Kommunkationskonzeptes für die AK OÖ 1993

Petersen Spindler Sabine Kulturkarte Frankfurt 1998

Mitterbäck Eri ch Kulturarbeit in St.Gallen/Stmk. 1992

Peuerböck Maria Kunst und Kultur im öffentlichen Raum Symposionsgelände Lindabrunn 1996

Mittermayer Gaby Organisationskonzept für die Ars Electronica, Linz 1993

Petritsi

Helen Fundtracer Fundraising; 2004

Modritsch Andreas T. “Schreib mich in den Sand” – ein Theaterprojekt 1995

for

Jubiläum Camerata Salzburg 2001

Pianea Patrizia Impresario – EU/US Cooperation

Moser Astrid Studienzentrum Neue Musik Hall i.T.

2000

2003

Stefan Gründung München“ 1994

Webportal

Pfeiffer Ferdinand „CD Rom - Projekt“ 50 Jahre

Mojto Catharina G34, 2003

Moser

-

„Neues

Pilgram

Orgelforum

Gerhard

“Avantgarden”,

Munkwitz

Pillmayr

„Haydn Adelheid Wanderausstellung 1996

Karin Nesser Redifining Action - Cultural and Urban

Pinter Gerhard Instinct Domaine 1995 ,

Matthias Qualitätsmanagement Handbuch für Bildungseinrichtungen 1997

Modelling; 2004

Neubacher Johannes Cinema

UNIKUM,

Klagenfurt 1991 auf

Reisen“,

Pinter Ute “Vocal Forum Graz”, USA Tournee 1994; München sucht den Opernstar MA 2004

Made in Taiwan,

Filmhaus Wien 1996

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Roidinger Beatrix “Blow up” Fotoprojekt zwischen Österreicherinnen und Türkinnen 1994

Rossi Antonella Tschik Tschak Jewish Festival Vienna, 2004

Rost Alexander Markus Virtuelle Galerie für Konkrete Kunst, München 1999

Pirker Christian Podium

- Verein für regionale Kulturarbeit Kapfenberg, 1991

Rotter

Eva Martina Filmfestival Sommerkino, Remise Wien 1993

Pointner Gabriele G34, 2003

Saftic Leo [cuco] Ein Projekt zur Förderung der Kultur

Pokorny Sonja Tschik Tschak Jewish Festival Vienna,

und Regionalentwicklung. Internetportal & Open Space 2001

2004

Pöttschacher Eri ch “Hertz” 1996

Sakotnik

Karola [artframe] Kultur im Kongressmanagement MA 2002; Publishing - The Publishing House for Live Entertainment, MBA 2005

Pravdová Hana Konzept für die Weiterbildung Kulturmanagement in den neuen Demokratien, Bratislava 1992

Prinz Barbara Schubertiade Klosterneuburg 1997 Prinz

Salamonsberger Reinhard neWork.lab – Kreative Ideen für Neue Selbständigkeit in Industries & Creative Business 2000

Elisabeth

Schulversuch “Kultur & Kongreßmanagement” an der HBLA Steyr 1991

Sattlegger

Promberger Christoph „CD Rom Projekt“ 50 Jahre

Schloßmuseum KITTSEE 1998 Transparent

Cultural

Schalle Kristin Elisabeth “Give Beauty”. CD und VideoClip 1994

Pusch Silke Von der Kohle zur Kultur Seefestspiele

Schebrak

Sabine “Halles Together” – europäisches Festival der freien Kultur 1993

Köflach 1996

Raab Karin Evelyn Sound & More, Functional Music

ein

Schellander Harald Kulturkonzept für die AK

2005

Kärnten 1992

Rammer

Gernot Kulturzentrum “Bruckmühle”, Planung und Vorprojekt, Pregarten 1992

Scheringer

Austrian Film Commission 1999

Reitsamer Michaela G 34, 2003 Paul Die mm/Transformation 1999

Ermordung

Schilcher Petra Multiples Edition Artelier Graz 1995 von

Mr.

Schilhan Michael Krisenmanagement “Klagenfurter Ensemble”, Sanierung Umstrukturierung 1995

Reumüller

Barbara Trans X, Internationales Filmfestival 1994, Filmcasino Wien 1994

Schiller Ingrid “Altstadt Freistadt Spektakel” , Künstlerisches Altstadtspektakel, Freistadt 1993 Schilowsky Claudia Ausstellung “Neue Malerei in Österreich”, Exponate aus der Sammlung Schömer, Wr. Neustadt 1994

Géza „CD RomProjekt“ 50 Jahre

Jubiläum Camerata Salzburg 2001

Richter Andreas Evolutopia 1998 “Impulse” Ein Kunst Kulturvermittlungsprojekt für BHS 1995

innerbetriebliche

Umweltberatung Wien“ 1996

Reynolds Shurel School of Dance 2005

Gerda

und

Schiller Elisabeth „Service und Marketing in der

Reuteler Fabian Maria Surrounded by Music 2007

Rhomberg

Multikultureller

Schiefer Karin Marketing und PRKonzept für die

Lili Boulanger 1998

Rettenbacher

Gudrun

Mädchenaktionstag München 1993

Ratzenböck Christa Liederabend oder Chorkonzert

Ridler

Treff”

Ein Regionalentwicklungskonzept für den ländlichen Raum am Fallbeispiel Spital am Phyrn, OÖ 2002

Prutscher Katharina 4 Jahres Zeiten, Feste im -

“Interkultureller

Schallaböck Thomas AUSZEIT. Wallfahrt zur Stille.

Proyer Ingeborg Birgit Bibiliothek Selene 1997

Thom TCM Management, 2003

Roswitha

Cultural

SpanienÖsterreich 1992

Jubiläum Camerata Salzbur 2001

Purper

“Filmreise”,

Schinko

Katja v.stream21 Videostreaming Videoübtragung über das Internet 2001

und

Schmidt

Brigitte Schritte Kleinkunstagentur 1992

Riepl Sigrid Bestandsaufnahme, Analyse, Darstellung der Kindertheater in Großbritanien 1993

zum

Aufbau

einer

Schneider Elisabeth OpenAir Theater parrochia

Riessner Hermann Stubnitz.Art.Space.Ship.Revival

Radstadt 1998

1998

Schneider Georges I Sinfonietta; 2005

Rodlauer Werner “Kunst Net Österreich” WWW Galerie Server 1995 44


Spoula

Robert TCM Management, 2003

-

Transparent

Cultural

Srnenská Dagmar „Identity today“ Symposium mit slowakischen 1996

und

österreichischen

Künstlern

Stacey Aschauer Erna Inter Kultur Preis 1998

Schnitzler-Sekyra A. Alexa “Eine Kiste voller Träume” Video/Dokumentation Überlebensstrategien Künstlerische Auseinandersetzung mit Kriegserlebnissen 1998

Stadlmayr Andrea T - Junction, Training für zeitgenössischen Tanz, Wien 1993

Stahmer Frank Audience Development for Classical

Schönholzer Annette [Impresario] eine virtuellen

Music 2005.

Akademie EU – US 2000

Stakelbeck Cindy Square; 2004

Schopper Angelika Tschik Tschak Jewish Festival

Stein Stefan Die Heimkehr der großen Mutter –

Vienna 2004

Ausstellungskonzept 2005

Schorn Walther Theatre for Blind People 2006

Steininger

Carla Josef Beuys Multiples Ausstellung im Kunst Bureau Freilassing 1996

Schreiber Uschi Platzmarketing Gaußplatz 1996 Schrempf Alexia Christiana „Hexen“ Musical,

,

Stemberger Claudia Maria Tanzhäuser in Europa –

Freie Bühne Graz 1996

Konzepte mit Zukunft 2002

Schuck Beate G 34 2003

Stieb Erwin Stadtfest Vöcklabruck 1995

Schulz Michael Armin Der Mensch ist was er isst

Stockinger Günther “Festival der Regionen” OÖ

1998

1993

Schweiger Elfriede „Zauberflöte“

Workshops für Jugendliche im Salzburger Sommer 1996

Stölting Nina Unternehmensgründung Kunst Kultur

Schwenk Sabine Beate neWork.lab – Kreative

Storz Christel „Art&Scent“ Projekt zur Kunst des

Konzepte Wiesbaden 1997

Ideen für Neue Selbstständigkeit in Cultural Industries & Creative Business 2000

Riechens, München1996

Stollwerck Una Creative Industries in Salzburg;

Schwinghammer Susanne ORF Mainstream Film

2004

Festival 1998

Sedlak

Robert

Organisationsaufbau Jugendeinrichtungen 1999

Strasser

Brigitte Dachverband Kärntner Kulturinitiativen – Installierung und Inbetriebnahme 1991

in

Sedmak

Florian “Zentralamt für Maßnahmen“ Evaluation und Weiterentwicklung des European Management Programme for the Arts & Media International Centre for Culture & Management 2000

Strobl Irene “Im Augenblick”. Ausstellung, Wien 1993

Stronegger Margret “Fest Feier Event”, Leitfaden zur Gestaltung von Events 1993

Strutzenberger Gabriele

„Ars Electronica, im ORF OÖ - Verbesserte Organisation durch Kommunikation“ 1993

Seidl Susanne „Aktion bringt Zeitkultur ins Land“, Organisation und Umstrukturierung Kulturbetriebes in der Kleinstadt 1995

eines

Stützer Hermann Publikation “Beerenlicht” 1999

Silvestre Felipe Portugal Tournee der Salzburger Mozartvirtuosen 1996

Swarowsky Daniela “Der Blick des Ohrs” Vokale Konfrontationen 1995

Simbürger Martina Erzähl Kunstfestival/Pfingsten 1997 in Graz “Graz erzählt” 1997

Swoboda Fleur Christine CD Sampler & Edition “Zum Thema Geschlechterkampf” 1996

Skokan Jutta “Welser Kultur Vermerke” 1992

Tangerding Tabea Tschik Tschak Jewish Festival

Sourdille Johanna „CD Rom Projekt“ 50 Jahre

Vienna, 2004

Jubiläum Camerata Salzburg 2001

Tamás István “Kreuzwege in Europa”. Historische

Söllner Stefan Ein Konzept für den Vertrieb von Kunstbüchern im Museum Stiftung Ludwig 1999

Moderner

Tage Budapest 1994

Kunst

Teufel Tina HeimArt 2005

Spath Christian A Charming Thesis - What Can Be

Thalhamer Simona Theatre for Blind People 2006

Made With Charme, MBA 2005

Spitz

Gerhard

Thier

Anna Stadtteilprojekt Brunnenmarkt”, Wien 1992

V.

Jugendmusikfest Deutschlandsberg, „Brückenschläge und Verwirklichung von Kulturentwicklungszielen durch Organisation“ 1992 45

“Kulturtage


Weißmüller

Doris Geschichtswerkstatt Lokomotivfabrik Floridsdorf Wien , ein Beitrag zur Kultur gegen Gewalt 1992

Widmer Stefan “The Fab” project in progress 1998 Widrich Mechthild

SRV Arbeit am Institut für Kunstgeschichte, Wien 1994

Thomet Ursula Theaterproduktion „Dreiraff oder die reinste Entsorge“ Schlachthaus Theater Bern 1999

Wiedner

Ute “Kunstakademie” Ausstellung mit Objekten von Buchkünstler Richard Jochum 1997

Tichy Martina Bergwerk - Cultural Study Untersberg;

Wieser Ralph “Festival der Kulturen der Welt”

2004

Tiemer

Festival für Kinder und Jugendliche im Museum für Völkerkunde, Wien 1995

Isabel

Marketing in Non Profit Organisationen, Besucherbefragung Konzerthaus Wien 1995

Windholz Ellen Jazzbrain 2004 Winklbauer Renate Lido – Stadtkultur, Wien 1995

Tsoneva Plamena Varna Festival, Bulgarien, 2004 Tremetzberger

Winkler Ebner Eva [cuco] Ein Projekt zur Förderung

Otto

[cuco] Ein Projekt zur Förderung der Kultur und Regionalentwicklung. Internetportal & Open Space MA 2001; Contribute To What You Hear – Reactors For Open Media (A Two Way Media Experience Crossing The Border To The Czech Republic), MBA 2005

der Kultur und Regionalentwicklung. Internetportal & Open Space 2001

Wohlzog

Gerhard Marketingkonzept Kulturgelände Nonntal 1992

für

das

Zatko Lubos “Das Haus für Kultur, Kunst und Management”, Konzept eines Kunsthauses in Bratislava 1993

Tuczka Ursula Kulturbezirk 9 - ein Museum und sein Bezirk 1998

Zechyr

Semirah

Ausstellung

“WasserWege”,

Wien1993

Turba Rainer Kino & Kultur Projekt „Metropol“ 1998 für den österreichischen und schweizerischen Film 2000

Zimmermann

Elisabeth [werks] Verein zur Realisierung von künstlerischen Projekten in den Telekommunkationsmedien 1999

Vecco Marilena Acropoli Museums – Linking Up the

Zimmermann Theresa Studienzentrum Neue Musik

Urban Isabella zukunft.film – Image und Marketing

Hall i.T. 2003

Museums of Perugia and the New Role of Foundations in Italy, MBA 2005

Zink Helmuth „Celeste“ Kultur an der Wienzeile 1995

Vassev Borislav “Der Schlüssel zum Geheimnis” Komponistenportrait 1996

Zizala Karin Sommerszene im Park 1996

Voak René Jugendveranstaltungshalle St. Pölten

Zwettler Annina Artbox, 2003

1998, St. Pölten, NXP Veranstaltungsbetriebs GmbH, Portfolio Management – Opportunities For Expansion, MBA 2005

Zuckriegl Franz

“CultPhone”. Feasibility eines kulturellen Telefondienstes, Graz 1994; München sucht den Opernstar MA 2004; Storytelling – Developmment of a Narrative Tool, Based on the Experiences in Entrepreneurial Knowledge Networks, MBA 2005

Wanner Heike Stoss im Himmel 1998 Wasl Renate Theatre for Blind People 2006 Wehmeyer Brigitte Audience Development for Classical Music 2005

Wenke

Monika Fundtracer Fundraising; 2004

-

Webportal

for

2.

Cultural Productivity in International Projects (Selection)

Wesch Gudrun Radiabled; 2005 Bulgaria Tage der österreichischen Kunst in Sofia

Weinberger Alexandra Kreative Lehre 1996

Lithuania Vilnius Festival

Weingartner Christine zukunft.film – Image und Marketing für den österreichischen schweizerischen Film, 2000

und

Slovenia City of Women: International Festival of Contemporary Art- Ljubijana 13/18 October 1995

Weiss Barbara Artbox, 2003

Bulgaria SOFIART

Weissensteiner Manfred Konzept: Theater/Schule Palastine The Al-Wasiti Art Center

„Theater am Ortweinplatz“ 1996

Weisskirchner Patricia Artbox 2003

Germany European Workshop for Arts and Culture Hellerau

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3.

Cultural Productivity in Organisations (Selection)

Film

Bader-Egloff Lucie Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst Zürich, Präsidentin Schweizer Filmverband

Burger-Utzer Brigitte Sixpack Film, Wien Bulgaria Options For Tolerance, International Film

Helml Karin Studio West Salzburg

Festival 9-15 September 1997, Sofia

Thomas Heskia Filmfonds Wien

Plastine The Jerusalem Festival ´96

Kaser Maria Casamedia Filmproduction Linz

Poland The Cracow 2000 Festival-European Culture Festival"

Kienleitner Michaela Diagonale Forum österreichischer Film, Graz

Russia ATHENA-International Centre for Contemporary Dance "The Society Contemporary Music” Moscow

Konstantinova Anastasia International Centre for New Media

Armenia Festival of Caucasus Media

Lang Andrea PVS Verleger

Canada St. James Cavalier Centre for Creativity

Leitinger Erika International Centre for New Media

Sweden Baltic Days at Skansen

Leucht Angela After Image Productions / Kino unter Sternen Wien

Georgia Young Georgians for Europe

Riessner Herrman Amour Fou Filmproduction, Wien

Serbia

Center for continuing professional development in culture and media of the University of Arts in Belgrade

Riha Katharina Riha – FWGGmbh, Brains &

Singapore New Year’s Eve at the Esplanade

Schiefer Karin Austrian Film commission

Pictures, Wien

New Zealand The Kaipara Project

Wieser Ralph Mieschief Film / Kino unter Sternen, Wien

Austria 80 years of ISCM, Musikfest Salzburg Japan Go Concerts, Tokio

4.

UK Northwood Arts Activities for 2002-2003 Croatia Culturenet Croatia

Cultural Productivity in Contemporary Visual Arts Organisations (Selection)

Israel Netdays Europe 2002 in Israel

Bruckhauser Christine Vienna Secession

Nigeria Reforms National Theatre Lagos

Karrer Michael Gallery Weihergut

Armenia High Fest, Armenian International Theatre

Hana Larvova Prague City Gallery

Festival,

Mark Thomas Artmark, Wien, Spital am Phyrrn

Czech Republic Arts Marketing Club

Petersen

Spindler

Sabine

Kunstmanagement

Australia fuel4arts.com"

Frankfurt

Malaysia International Ethnic Music Festival

Ridler Gerda Museum Ritter, Waldenburg (Stuttgart)

China The Fringe Festival of the Beijing 2008

Schnitzler-Sekyra Andrea Alexa J. Paul Getty

Olympics

Trust Los Angeles

Singapore Dance Education, Training & Promotion of Contemporary Dance in Singapore & Its Influences on Other Asian Countries

Schönholzer Annette Art Basel Miami Beach Swoboda Fleur-Christine Gallery WestLicht, Wien Teufel Tina Museum der Moderne, Salzburg Vesely Marek Contemporary Glass Gallery, Prague

47


Fuchs-Seeger Fussi Axel, Transculture, Wien Grabensteiner Martina Wein & Architektur Gruber Roland Landluft Institut, Wien Gschiel

Jürgen

Kulturzentrum

Kapfenberg,

Comicodean

5.

Cultural Productivity in Organisations (Selection)

Music Habersatter-Lindner Eva Maria Stadträtin für Jugend- und Kulturangelegenheiten, Hallein

Bohnet Nicolas Claves Records, Zermatt Festival Holnsteiner Hans Peter Veranstaltungen Stadt Bad

(CH)

Hall

Brandner Wilfried Universität Mozarteum Holuschka

Ingrid

WUK

Lehrgänge

Veranstal-

Breuer Johanna Mozarteumorchester Salzburg

tungsmanagement

Dienstbier Gerhard Wiener Taschenoper

Koining Christa Kinderkulturzentrum Kuddel-muddel, Linz

Dollmann Simone Deutsche Grammophon Kusej Veronika Krcanska Kulturna ZV, Klagenfurt Eberhart Elfriede Mozart 2006 Lehner

Wilhelm

Kulturvernetzung

Waldviertel,

Fumagalli Alexander Camerata Salzburg

Waidhofen/Thaya

Feldmann Christian Kontrapunkt Wien

Miesenberger Christine Betriebskultur Agro Lin

Filips Barbara babmusic artist management , Wien

Pointner Gabriele Kultur im Gugg Braunau

Hauswirth

Rei chert Manuela Veranstaltungsservice Traun

Gernot

Musikalisches

Ausbil-

dungszentrum Graz

Richter Andreas Landschaftspark Kleinwetzdorf Herrmann Esther Zuger Sinfonietta (CH) Schebrak Sabina CultureWorks, Wien Kleidosty Günther Musikschule Bruck / Leitha Schmidt Brigitte Dachverband sozioökonomischer Kufner Christoph Wiener Symphoniker

Einrichtungen

Kuzmits Wolfgang Schloß Esterhazy Management

Schwaninger Gunda Felicitas wirtshaus Kultur – Steinerwirt, Zell am See

Landlinger Madeleine Musik der Jahrhunderte, Stuttgart

Mayr

Simbürger Martina Stift Klosterneuburg Josef

Musikschule

und

Kulturzentrum

Skokan Jutta Kulturvermerke Gmunden

Burgkirchen (D)

Stockinger Günther Visionswerkstatt, Ottensheim Modritsch Andreas Der Musiksender Tremetzberger Otto Freier Rundfunk Freistadt Ofenmacher Günther Gasteig, München Widmer Stefan Spinni Halle, Baar (CH) Pascarelli Lorenzo conductor (I) Winklbauer Renate LIDO – Medienbüro Wien Preben Iwan Iwansound, record company, Dänemark Winkler Eva priogr, Zentrm für Kulturproduktion, Windholz Ellen Jazzbrain, Agentur, Wien

6.

Cultural Productivity Initiatives (Selection)

in

Bern (CH)

Regional

7.

Cerwenka Judith Frauenstiftung Steyr

Cultural Productivity in Organisations (Selection)

other

Benda Eva Maria Bundeskanzleramt Kunstsektion, Wien

Danielcyk Rudolf Gabi Gerbasits, IG Kultur

Beerli Mirijam Vorstandsmitglied und Sponsoring

Dietrich Martina WUK Wien

UBS AG (CH)

Frisch Wurth Judith Pädagogisches Zentrum für

Dewey Patricia Ohio State University (USA)

Kultur und Freizeit, Wien 48


Glarner Hans Ulrich Leitung Stapferhaus, Aarau (CH)

Gruber Roland non:conform Architekturteam, Wien Haberl Barbara ORF Programmdirektion, Wien Höhne Doris Chambre Professionelle des Directeurs d’Opera (CPDO), Paris (F)

Immervoll Eva Marktforschung Daimler-Chrysler, Friedrichshafen (D)

Kim Dong Eon Intendant Staatsoper Seoul (KO) Krebs

Beat

Theater

Stadlhofen,

Züricher

Puppentheater (CH)

Proyer Ingeborg Birgit Schauspielhaus Salzburg, Elisabethbühne, Salzburg

Rossi Antonella Commerzbank Asset Management, Frankfurt am Main (D)

Stemberger Claudia Maria Tanzquartier Wien Urban Isabella Bundestheater Holding, Wien Winkler-Ebner Eva Stadtgalerie Bern (CH) Zizala Karin Bundeskanzleramt Kunstsektion, Wien Zwettler Annina Marketing Technisches Museum, Wien

49


IX. ICCM Summer Academy Network 1.

Countries of Origin

Albania

11

Armenia

7

Australia

2

Austria

5

Azerbaijan

1

Belarus

4

Belgium

1

Bosnia Herzigovina

1

Bulgaria

23

Canada

1

Croatia

9

Czech Republic

12

Denmark

1

Estland

13

Finland

1

France

1

Georgia

7

Germany

6

Greece

3

Hungary

13

India

4

Irland

1

Israel

1

Italy

3

Japan

1

Kazakistan

1

Kosovo

2

Letland

9 50

Lithuania

17

Luxemburg

1

Malta

1

Malysia

1

Mexico

1

Mongolia

1

New Zeland

2

Nigeria

1

Palestina

5

Poland

15

Portugal

1

Republik of Korea

1

Republik of Moldova

1

Romania

23

Russia

33

Serbia

6

Singapore

2

Slovenia

11

Slowakia

9

South Africa

1

Spain

2

Swiss

4

Turkey

1

U.S.A.

3

UK

2

Ukraina

7

Total Participants

296

Total Nations

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2.

Index of Participants

ESAC 1992 Bara Hella

Romania

Cais Martin

Czech Republik

Constantinescu Mihai-Radu

Hungary

Gebska Justyna

Poland

Hartlep Helga

Germany

Kolk Madis

Estland

Kowschura Vera

Ukraina

Lewerenz Siegfried

Czech Republik

Manthey Elzbieta

Poland

Markovic Ivancica

Croatia

Milev Rossen

Bulgaria

Nowak Szczepan

Poland

Parchomenko Natalia

Russia

Polzikov Maxim

Russia

Schachpasov Krassimir

Bulgaria

Smirnoff Gennady

Russia

Schmidt Brigitte

Austria

Stojceva Galja

Bulgaria

Suter Alexandru

Romania

Svekus Gabor

Hungary

Vargatu Adina

Romania

Vignjevic Tomislav

Slovenia

Russia

Czenki Zsuzsanna

Hungary

Daneasa Monica

Romania

DaSCFlita Ondine-Cristina

Romania

Bulgaria

Kaiziger Rita

Hungary

Kordi c Marica

Croatia

Lestschinskij Aivar

Estland

Macek Petr

Czech Republik

Moroivi Daniela

Romania

Pal Ivan

Slovenia

Pezinski Piotr

Poland

Pietraszak Mikolaj

Poland

Pollakova Maria

Slovakia

Saksida Alenka

Slovenia

Sapozhnin Oleg

Estland

Savina Valentina

Russia

Sikic Anita

Croatia

Silins Normunds

Lithuania

Slavov Natschev Stefan

Bulgaria

Trifonowa Milewa Iwetta

Bulgaria

Tschurdaljow Igor

Romania

Vaitiekaitis Jonas

Lettland

Veselko Irena

Slovenia

ESAC 1994

ESAC 1993 Astapenko Anastasiya

Georgieva Lasarova Erika

51

Baltrukaitis Gintautas

Lithuania

Coretti Igor

Italy

Danek Petr

Czech Republik

Duris Juraj

Slovakia

Grochulska Agnieszka

Poland

Grundule Mudrite

Lettland

Hejkalova Marketa

Czech Republik

Kovtoun Daria

Russia

Lukosz Jerzy

Poland


Malikova Ilmira

Russia

Shupo Sokol

Albania

Martinakova Zusana

Slovakia

Stafecka Aija

Lettland

Nikl Ivan

Czech Republik

Tarvis Anu

Estland

Onufrijenko Galina

Russia

Petkevicius Dainius

Lithuania

ESAC 1996

Prusevi ciene Rita

Lithuania

Bergmane Astra

Lettland

Shpresa Agalliu

Albania

Boka Jasen

Croatia

Stefanescu Christina-Cornelia Romania

Brachtlova Ingrid

Slovakia

Stefanescu Daniela

Romania

Carrol Edmund

Irland

Taliga Harri

Estland

Dänhardt Mattis

Germany

Trajanova/Ivanova Iskra

Bulgaria

Dontchen Antony

Bulgaria

Frappat Pierre-Henry

France

Hawryliw Tymofij

Ukraina

ESAC 1995 Algimantas Gurevicius

Lithuania

Ivic Sanja

Croatia

Barderas Nives Martin

Spain

Kustrin Tanja

Slovenia

Cetinski Ursula

Slovenia

Khoury Suhail

Palestina

Deltchev Nedyalko

Bulgaria

Londareva Elena

Russia

Fereczy Julia

Hungary

Lopoukova Olga

Russia

Hemmer Michel

Luxemburg

Schneider Ursula

Austria

Horci ckova Jana

Czech Republik

Shagla Irma

Albania

Hurri Tapio

Finland

Stangu-Gheorgme C.F.

Romania

Ionescu Iuliana

Romania

Stefanovic Ksenija

Serbia

Lukic Dario

Croatia

Szulborska-Lukaszewi cz J.

Poland

Moroz Maria

Poland

Vaculovic Vaclav

Czech Republik

Mrova Zuzana

Slovakia

Van Dam Johan

Hungary

Ostapwytsch Oleg

Ukraina

Ziburkus Tomas

Lithuania

Petkova Slavena

Bulgaria

Pinzhoffer Gerhard

Romania

ESAC 1997

Qupty Maha

Palestina

Adonis Filipi

Albania

Ratniece Lauma

Germany

Dourado AndrĂŠ

Portugal

Reviakina Maria

Russia

Garliene Jurate

Lithuania

52


Gheorghe Marius

Romania

Kostaq Kavaja

Albania

Guazzoni Laure

Croatia

Kovacs Bölöni Anna

Romania

Guentchev Radoslav

Bulgaria

Montini Sara

Italia

Hansen Külli

Estonia

Nadareishvili Irakli

Georgia

Hofmann Rainer

Swiss

Ostafil Marek

Poland

Imbrasas Audronis

Lithuania

Raie Katrin

Estonia

Kalahurska Oksana

Ukraina

Simonic Peter

Slovenia

Kizilova Irina

Russia

Sorokina Julia

Kazakistan

Kopienkina Olga

Belarus

Szekely-Pasztor Kristina

Romania

Kuchtova Jana

Czech Republik

Toth Gregory

Hungary

Leht Indirek

Estonia

Uzelac Aleksandra

Croatia

Lipovsek Brigitta

Slovenia

Zaimi Matilda

Albania

Malcer-Dymarska Renata

Poland

Zivanovic Katarina

Serbia

Paldi Livia

Hungary

Papadhopulli Arben

Albania

ESAC 1999

Rus Bojan Maria

Romania

Khatlamadiyan Varsenik

Armenia

Rutkevi ca Andra

Lettland

Baranovska Inese

Lettland

Szylak Aneta

Poland

Curea Delia

Romania

Jamal Fuad Haddad

Palestina

Freimane Laima

Lettland

ESAC 1998 Bazdharova Vanja

Bulgaria

Harustovich Natalia

Belarus

Beybutova Narmina

Azerbaijan

Jvitiachvili Nana

Russia

Benova Katarina

Slovakia

Khaindrava Besik

Georgia

Bocian Ida

Poland

Kondaurova Elaina

Russia

Brumec Teuta

Slovenia

Latkovic Barbara

Slovenia

Cziraki Judit

Hungary

Maci Enda

Albania

Doucet Christophe

France

Mazmishvili Ekaterina

Georgia

Dumitrescu Amalia Maria

Romania

Mitchell Diane

UK

Gorokhovskaya Valeria

Russia

Przemslaw Perzyna Marcin

Poland

Huleileh Serene

Palestina

Samdandamba Badamkhorol

Mongolia

Kazak Alexander

Belarus

53


Siimmer Siiri

Estonia

Xhelili Mehmet

Albania

Sood Pooja

India

Yershova Olena

Ukraina

Smetanova Olga

Slovakia

Zaidyte Gabriele

Lithuania

Stasek Martin

Czech Republik

Stegerean Calin Alexiu

Romania

ESAC 2001

Tembe Bongani

South Africa

Altin Basha

Albania

Todorov Petar

Bulgaria

Arbuzova Natalia

Russia

Tsepkolenko Karmelia

Ukraina

Arutchian Lilit

Armenia

Ghukasyan Artur

Armenia

Girola Renata

Italy

ESAC 2000 Babkova Svetlana

Russia

Ivanova Gergana

Bulgaria

Chipashvili Tamar

Georgia

Ivashina Ludmila

Russia

Csoka Tinea

Hungary

Manucharyan Zaruhi

Armenia

Gatt Christopher

Malta

Matsaberidze Rusudan

Georgia

Gundega Laivina

Lettland

Miletic Orucevi c Tanja

Bosn. Herzegov.

Handjiev Vladimir

Bulgaria

Mtchedilidze Beka

Georgia

Hoxha Eliza

Kosovo

Rambhia Amishi

India

Jovicic Svetlana

Serbia

Sakotnik Karola

Austria

Mehta Anupa

India

Sakvarelidze David

Georgia

Melekhina Natalia

Kazakstan

Siitan Andres

Estonia

Mendez Angela

U.S.A.

Skramta Danas

Lithuania

Michcheva- Todorov D.

Bulgaria

Tanurovska Bilijana

Macedonia

Moppel Ruth

Estland

Tchesnokova Irina

Russia

Nael J端ri

Estland

Tsvetaeva Elena

Russia

Paliakov Zana

Serbia

Tumanova Zoja

Estonia

Panayovtova Elena

Bulgaria

Vaganova Yulija

Ukraine

Rafeedie Maysom

Palestina

Vazanova Katarina

Slovenia

Rus Janez

Slovenia

Viltchik Natalya

Russia

Sargsyan Azat

Albania

Zekovic Miric Jelena

Serbia

Senka Gita

Lettland

Zhamanbalina Dana

USA

Sihana Xhaferi

Kosovo

54


ISAC 2002

Vidovszky Emma

Hungary

Alivizatou Maria Eleni

Greece

Winer-Kariv Tamara

Israel

Assiani Elida

Albania

Wolff Beate

Germany

Babkov Vladimir

Russia

Besednik Rosana

Croatia

ISAC 2003

Bleby Andrew

Australia

Bagdonavicius Marjus

Lithuania

Carny Juraj

Slovakia

Iastrebova Elena

Russia

Dourmana Petko

Bulgaria

Ieva Anskaitiene

Lithuania

Derricourt Anna

UK

Kanopkina Tatiana

Belarus

Gediminas Navickas

Lithuania

Stefanova Malina

Bulgaria

Gorczyca Lukasz

Poland

Proskevicius Linas

Lithuania

Grigoriev Alexander

New Zeland

Rollo Stefano

Italy

Hakobyan Shushanik

Armenia

Shekova Ekaterina

Russia

Hollweg Silvia Claudia

Germany

Svirskiene Raimonda

Lithuania

Hummel Stefan David

Austria

Zolotova Lyubov

Russia

Kato Yumico

Japan

Nikitin Alexander

Russia

Kharakidzian Elena

Russia

Rutkauskaite Indre

Lithuania

Soo-hyun Kim

Republic of Korea

Aina Yetunde

Nigeria

Kousta Sophia

Greece

Meloyan Sona

Armenia

Lebedeva Nina

Russia

Vari Meena

India

Lordkipanidze Tamar

Georgia

Tovmasyan Narek

Armenia

Martin James

USA

Barisik Ibrahim

Turkey

Mencer Salluzzo Martina

Croatia

Odgerel Ondonchimed

Mongolia

Moriukhova Elena

Russia

Tsoneva Plamena

Bulgaria

Palagina Natalia

Russia

Sedlak Jiri

Czech Republic

Stadler Andreas

Poland

Keszthelyi Kinga

Hungary

Szakats Rarita Maria

Romania

Agulnik Roman

Russia

Tcacenco Victoria

Rep. of Moldova

Ivanova Diana

Bulgaria

Tchernov Vassili

Russia

Kapo Ema

Albania

Tiitsar Ketli

Estonia

Kelemen Kinga

Romania

True Vibeke

Denmark

Rutsekova Martina

Slovakia

55


Bourbonnais Patrick

Canada

3.

Dryza Tess

Australia

François Abou Salem Theatre Director, Palestine

Gentinetta Marcus

Swiss

Ugo Bacchella Fondazione Fitzcarraldo, Turin, Italy

Le Sourd Marie

Singapore

SCFndone Erika

Italy

Von Greyerz Nicola

Swiss

Kawaguchi Yukari

Japan

Zilou Ariadne

Greece

Lecturers and Trainers

(President)

Peter Bendixen Rudolf v. Arnheim Foundation Jean

Luc

Bredel

Ministry

for

Culture

and

Communication, France

Emil Brix Austrian Ministry for Foreign Affairs Elmar Brok Bertelsmann AG François Colbert École des Hautes Commerciales (HEC), Montreal, Canada

ISAC 2004

Études

Michael S. Cullen Christo GmbH, Berlin, Germany

Conte Tiziana

Swiss

Galustyan Lilit

Armenia

Hassan Haniah

Malaysia

Ho Jacqueline

Austria

Administration

Juarez Benjamin

Mexico

Milena Dragisevi c Academy for Fine Arts, Belgrad

Juskiene Alina

Lithuania

Matthias Finkentey IAMIC, International Association of Music Information Centres, Vienna

Kelly Kirsten

New Zeland

Kostova Jana

Bulgaria

Lajnerova Marketa

Czech Republic

Hermann Glaser Author, former representative of the city of Nürnberg

Langusi Daniela

Hungary

Stefan Herheim Director at Salzburg Festival et al.

Mikoliunaite Dalia

Lithuania

Lutz Hochstraate Salzburger Landestheater, Austria

Rahneva Maria Eleni

Bulgaria

Rost Ute

Austria

Rozhdestvenskaya Ekaterina

Russia

Szadowiak Marta

Poland

Underwood Emily

UK

Tan Ann

Singapor

Voets Kevin

Belgium

(Project Manager)

Patricia Dewey Ohio State University, USA Rudolf Dörig Swiss Government, Head of Cultural

Michael Fischer University of Salzburg, Austria cultural

(Intendant)

Siegfried Hummel City of Munich, Germany Yudhistir Raj Isar UNESCO Angela Koch US Embassy, Frankfurt Mate Kovacs UNESCO

Zabalegui Ana

Armin Klein Institut Ludwigsburg, Germany

für

Kulturmanagement

Peter Marboe City Councillor for Cultural Affairs, Vienna, Austria

Spain

Dan. J. Martin College of Fine Arts , Carnegie Mellon University, USA

56


Herwig Pöschl ICCM International Centre for Culture & Management

Walter Rei cher Haydn Festspiele, Eisenstadt, Austria (Intendant)

J. Dennis Ri ch Arts, Entertainment & Media Management Department, Columbia College Chicago, USA

Milev

Rossen

Balkanmedia

Association,

Sofia,

Bulgaria (Director)

Michael Roßnagl Büro der Leitung Kulturprogramm, Munich, Germany

Siemens

Gerbert Schwaighofer Salzburg Festival Business Director

Isabelle Schwartz European Network of Cultural Administration Training Centres Elisabeth Schweeger Marstall Munic Peter Sellars Adelaide Festival of Arts, 2002 (Artistic Director); American National Theatre at the Kennedy Centre in Washington, DC, USA (Director) Stelarc Artist, Victoria, Australia Rupert Graf von Strachwitz Maecenata, Munich Hans Temnitschka Ministry of Education and Arts, Austria

Gregory

Laczko Toth Hungarian Orchestra (MATAV), Budapest, Hungary

Symphony

Annemarie Türk Art&Culture Department of Kultur Kontakt, Vienna, Austria Lidia Varbanova Arts and Culture Network Program at the Open Society Institute in Budapest

Raymond Weber Council of Europe; the European Cultural Foundation

Birgit Weinberger Schöllerbank, Austria Regina Wohlfarth Salzburg Festival (Marketing and PR)

57


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ICCM Schedule 2006

58


Date 09.01.2006 10.01.2006 11.01.2006 12.01.2006 13.01.2006 14.01.2006

Subject

Description Columbia College Chicago at ICCM Columbia College Chicago at ICCM Columbia College Chicago at ICCM Columbia College Chicago at ICCM Columbia College Chicago at ICCM Columbia College Chicago at ICCM

16.01.2006 17.01.2006 18.01.2006 19.01.2006 20.01.2006

IAM 17 IAM 17 IAM 17 IAM 17 IAM 17

Cultural Studies, Content Sociology, Carsten Winter Cultural Studies, Content Sociology, Carsten Winter Cultural Policy, Albrecht Gรถschl Cultural Policy, Albrecht Gรถschl Project Factory, Herwig Pรถschl

23.01.2006 24.01.2006 25.01.2006 26.01.2006 27.01.2006 06.03.2006 07.03.2006 08.03.2006 09.03.2006 10.03.2006

IAM 17 IAM 17 IAM 17 IAM 17 IAM 17

Economic Basics, Thomas Heskia Leadership, Strategic Planning, Michael Karrer Leadership, Strategic Planning, Michael Karrer Cultural Theory, Burghart Schmidt Cultural Theory, Burghart Schmidt Fondazione Fitzcarraldo at ICCM Fondazione Fitzcarraldo at ICCM Fondazione Fitzcarraldo at ICCM Fondazione Fitzcarraldo at ICCM Fondazione Fitzcarraldo at ICCM

27.03.2006 28.03.2006 29.03.2006 30.03.2006 31.03.2006 01.04.2006

IAM 16 IAM 16 IAM 16 IAM 16 IAM 16 IAM 16

Leadership in Culture, Gilane Tawadros Leadership in Culture, Gilane Tawadros Creative Industries, Mark Fenwick Creative Industries, Mark Fenwick Business Development, Cameron Taylor Business Development, Cameron Taylor

03.04.2006 04.04.2006 05.04.2006

IAM 16 / IAM 17 IAM 16 / IAM 17 IAM 16 / IAM 17

Strategic Management, Michael Karrer / Economic Basics, Thomas Heskia Strategic Management, Michael Karrer / Financial Accounting, Walter Sertl Strategic Management, Ugo Bacchella / Cost Accounting, Thomas Heskia


Date 06.04.2006 07.04.2006 08.04.2006

Subject IAM 16 / IAM 17 IAM 16 / IAM 17 IAM 16

Description Strategic Management, Ugo Bacchella / Cultural Studies, Carsten Winter Integrative Case Studies, Gerbert Schwaighofer / Cultural Studies, Carsten Winter Integrative Case Studies, Gerbert Schwaighofer

10.04.2006 11.04.2006 12.04.2006 13.04.2006 14.04.2006

IAM 17 IAM 17 IAM 17 IAM 17 IAM 17

Cultural Finance, Michael Quine Cultural Finance, Michael Quine Budgeting & Controlling, Susanne Moser Budgeting & Controlling, Susanne Moser Budgeting Workshop, Susanne Moser

21.05.2006 22.05.2006 23.05.2006 24.05.2006 25.05.2006 26.05.2006 27.05.2006 28.05.2006 29.05.2006 30.05.2006 31.05.2006 01.06.2006

IAM 17 IAM 17 IAM 17 IAM 17 IAM 17

Cultural Policy, Albrecht Gรถschl Cultural Policy, Gรถschl / Cultural Theory, Schmidt Cultural Theory, Burghart Schmidt / Crosscultural Communication, Elke Zobl Intellectual Property and Case Law, Michael Bauer Project Factory, Herwig Pรถschl

IAM 17 IAM 17 IAM 17 IAM 17 IAM 17

Audience Development, Gerd Hallenberger Audience Development, Gerd Hallenberger / New Media Theory & Practise, Andrew Chetty New Media Theory & Practise, Andrew Chetty / Crosscultural Communication, Elke Zobl Crosscultural Communication, Elke Zobl Defense

12.06.2006 13.06.2006 14.06.2006 15.06.2006 16.06.2006 17.06.2006

IAM 16 IAM 16 IAM 16 IAM 16 IAM 16 IAM 16

Social and Political Context, Copyright, Intellectual Property, Phyillis A. Johnson Social and Political Context, Copyright, Intellectual Property, Phyillis A. Johnson ICT and Media Management, ICT Strategy, Dawn Larsen ICT and Media Management, ICT Strategy, Dawn Larsen Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Leonard Lehrer Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Leonard Lehrer

19.06.2006 20.06.2006 21.06.2006 22.06.2006

IAM 16 IAM 16 IAM 16 IAM 16

Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Leonard Lehrer Entrepreneurship and Intrapreneurship in Large Firms, Joe Roberts Entrepreneurship and Intrapreneurship in Large Firms, Joe Roberts Strategic Management: New Venture Strategy, Joe Roberts


Date 23.06.2006 24.06.2006

Subject IAM 16 IAM 16

Description Social and Political Context: Creative Industries in Europe, USA, Canada, Asia, Irwin Steinberg Social and Political Context: Creative Industries in Europe, USA, Canada, Asia, Irwin Steinberg

22.07.2006

Opening Leonard Lehrer exhibition at ICCM (22.7.-22.8.)

12.08.2006 13.08.2006 14.08.2006 15.08.2006

Presentation of ICCM at Art Salzburg Presentation of ICCM at Art Salzburg Presentation of ICCM at Art Salzburg Presentation of ICCM at Art Salzburg

04.09.2006 05.09.2006 06.09.2006 07.09.2006 08.09.2006 09.09.2006 10.09.2006 11.09.2006 12.09.2006 13.09.2006 14.09.2006 15.09.2006 16.09.2006

IAM 16 IAM 16 IAM 16 IAM 16 IAM 16 IAM 16

Advanced Management: Human Resource Management, Advanced Leadership, Lars Mortensen Advanced Management: Human Resource Management, Advanced Leadership, Lars Mortensen Advanced Management: Human Resource Management, Advanced Leadership, Lars Mortensen Advanced Management: Quality Management Systems, Michael Karrer Advanced Management: Quality Management Systems, Michael Karrer Advanced Management: Quality Management Systems, Michael Karrer

IAM 16 IAM 16 IAM 16 IAM 16 IAM 16 IAM 16

ICT and Media Management: Management Information Systems, Gerd Hallenberger ICT and Media Management: Management Information Systems, Gerd Hallenberger Integrative Case Studies in Publishing, Broadcasting, Internet, Music, Andrew Chetty Integrative Case Studies in Publishing, Broadcasting, Internet, Music, Andrew Chetty Entreneurship in International Social and Non-Profit-Making Organisations, Cameron Taylor Entreneurship in International Social and Non-Profit-Making Organisations, Cameron Taylor / Defense MicroFilmMobileCinema at Schmiede06 Hallein MicroFilmMobileCintema at Schmiede06 Hallein / Presentation Film Scoring at SoundTrack Cologne MicroFilmMobileCinema at Schmiede06 Hallein

22.09.2006 23.09.2006 24.09.2006 16.10.2006 17.10.2006 18.10.2006 19.10.2006

IAM 17 IAM 17 IAM 17 IAM 17

Written Finance Exam / Marketing Strategies & Marketing Plan, Rich Marketing Strategies & Marketing Plan, Dennis Rich Project & Thesis Factory, Herwig Pรถschl / Oral Exam Finance Project & Thesis Factory, Herwig Pรถschl

21.10.2006

IAM 17

Cultural and Media Theory, Burghart Schmidt


Date 23.10.2006 24.10.2006 25.10.2006 26.10.2006 27.10.2006

Subject IAM 17 IAM 17 IAM 17 IAM 17 IAM 17

Description Human Ressource Management, Kaj Voetmann Human Ressource Management, Kaj Voetmann Cultural Theory, Carsten Winter Intercultural Arts Management & Crosscultural Communication, Nicky du Plessis Intercultural Arts Management & Crosscultural Communication, Nicky du Plessis

30.10.2006 31.10.2006 01.11.2006 02.11.2006 03.11.2006 04.11.2006 05.11.2006 06.11.2006 07.11.2006 08.11.2006 09.11.2006 10.11.2006

IAM 18 IAM 18 IAM 18 IAM 18 IAM 18 IAM 18 IAM 18 IAM 18 IAM 18 IAM 18 IAM 18 IAM 18

Cultural Studies & Intercultural Management, Nicky du Plessis Cultural Studies & Intercultural Management, Nicky du Plessis General Management - Methods of Applied Economics, Peter Bendixen General Management - Methods of Applied Economics, Peter Bendixen Project Management, Herwig Pöschl Cultural Studies - Aesthetics and Cultural Theory, Burghart Schmidt Cultural Studies - Aesthetics and Cultural Theory, Burghart Schmidt Cultural Studies - Models and Strategies of Cultural Policy, Albrecht Göschl Cultural Studies - Models and Strategies of Cultural Policy, Albrecht Göschl Project Management, Herwig Pöschl International Law for the Arts and Media, Michael Bauer International Law for the Arts and Media, Michael Bauer

17.11.2006 18.11.2006

SCOREedu Workshops: Education for Music in Film-TV-Digital Media SCOREedu Co-operations/Projects

17.12.2006

Business Meeting Curatorial Studies, Herwig Pöschl, Dobrila Denegri, Biljana Tomic, Hemma Schmutz, Gilane Tawadros, Deike Wilhelm Business Meeting Curatorial Studies, Herwig Pöschl, Dobrila Denegri, Biljana Tomic, Hemma Schmutz, Gilane Tawadros, Deike Wilhelm

18.12.2006

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