ENGAGING SOCIETY IN ARCHEOLOGICAL WORK:
17 Jun, 2022
Organised by İstanbul Bilgi University Cultural Management Master Program (CAMMA) and Cultural Policy and Management Research Center (KPY), CAMMA Thursday Talks will host Professor Ian Hodder, who was the former director of Çatalhöyük Research Project and a pioneer of postprocessualist theory in archaeology on the 2nd of June.
02 Jun, 2022
The Interdisciplinary Doctoral Communication Conference, which will be held for the second time within the scope of the Istanbul Bilgi University Graduate School of Graduate Studies, PhD Program in Communication Sciences, will be held on May 20, 2019, at İstanbul Bilgi University with the support of the Faculty of Communication. Participation is free. The conference does not provide road and accommodation services for participants from outside of Istanbul.
16 May, 2019
İstanbul Bilgi University Faculty of Communication’s Festival, Project’05 (9-17 May 2019) starts off with the theme “Anonymous”. The exhibition titled “Anonymous: 5N1A”, brings together year-round works and projects from the students of Communication Faculty’s Arts and Cultural Management, Management of Performing Arts, Advertising, Communication and Design Management, Public Relations, Visual Communication Design, Digital Game Design, Film and Television, Media and Communication, Television Reporting and Programming departments.
09 May, 2019
This year’s theme is “SO ORDINARY!”
15 Apr, 2019
The 2nd Interdisciplinary PhD Communication Conference will be organized within the scope of the Istanbul Bilgi University Graduate Programs Institute Communication Sciences PhD Program with the support of the Faculty of Communication.
01 Mar, 2019
In the event titled “Emancipating Cultures beyond Multiculturalism From Canonizing Cultural Institutions towards Commoning Art Constitutions” Pascal Gielen, professor of sociology of art and politics at Antwerp University in Belgium, will discuss the importance of making conflicts and tensions visible and livable, rather than their elimination or suppression within the framework of multiculturalism and the ways cultural institutions can be the ideal platforms for this.
23 Jan, 2019
Cultural Policy and Management Conferences-9: Cultural Heritage and Post-War Recovery
Professor. Sultan Barakat (Founding Director of the Doha Institute, Center for Conflict and Humanitarian Studies) will be our guest for the ninth annual Cultural Policy and Management Conferences organised Cultural Policy and Management Research Center (KPY). Professor Barakat will share with us his ideas and work on the new dynamics in the process of protection and improvement of the cultural heritage, which has been destroyed in different geographies of the world with the reason of armed conflicts in recent years
25 Apr, 2018
The South African government tabled a draft White Paper on Arts, Culture and Heritage in 2016 as a new policy statement twenty years after the adoption of the first post-apartheid cultural policy document in 1996. Then, the challenge was to affirm the right of all South Africans - rather than only white South Africans - to “participate in the cultural life of the community and to enjoy the arts”. The current draft policy document seeks to respond to the key contemporary challenges of poverty, unemployment and inequality, legacies of the apartheid past but exacerbated over the last twenty-two years.
21 Feb, 2017