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CULTURE, ARTS AND SOCIETY

Overview

Overview

The Culture, Arts and Society series harnesses the transformative power of the arts to shape a better world. Through future-focused programs and projects, it raises the profile of culture and the arts in policy agendas, catalyzes exchange across disciplines and sectors, and sustains a unique creative community across continents.

Culture, Arts and Society Updates
Young Cultural Innovators Forum Updates
Culture, Arts and Society Updates

What Future for Cultural Heritage? Perceptions, Problematics and Potential

Report from the latest program in the Culture, Arts and Society series explores perceptions of the past, problematics of the present and potential for the future

5 Ways AI is Changing our World for the Better

Man has long feared the rise of the machine – his own creation becoming smarter and more intelligent than he. But while artificial intelligence and machine learning are rapidly changing our world and powering the Fourth Industrial Revolution, humanity does not need to be afraid

This Is Why One Man Is Keen to Protect Spoken Languages

Chao Gejin, a senior researcher at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, discusses his work in oral cultural heritage

Reflecting on the Emerging Field of Geoethics

Salzburg Global Fellows co-author chapter in new book on exploring geoethics

Pioneering a New Vision for the Cultural Heritage Sector

Latest program in Salzburg Global's Culture, Arts and Society multi-year series reaches a conclusion

New Answers on the Importance of Culture

Salzburg Global Fellow Chunnoon Song-e Song reflects on her career changes since attending her first Salzburg Global program

Responding to the Hidden Crisis of “Unknowing”

Anasuya Sengupta, co-director and co-founder of Whose Knowledge?, discusses culture, knowledge, and what inspires her work

Reflecting on Cultural Heritage and Looking for New Answers

Former director-general of the National Museums of Kenya George Abungu discusses the changes in his cultural heritage work over the last decade

Emerging Ideas in the Field of Cultural Heritage

Practitioners from the cultural heritage sector and representatives of cultural ministries and heritage associations among those to convene for latest Salzburg Global program

This is How Salzburg Global Sparked a New Novel

Salzburg Global Fellow Patricia Leavy discusses new novel inspired by her experience at Schloss Leopoldskron
Young Cultural Innovators Forum Updates

Julién Godman: Detroit to Salzburg - Travel to Find Our Light Departing

Salzburg Global Fellow reflects on his experience at the sixth program of the YCI Forum

Maria Galea: No Big Words Can Describe This Experience

Salzburg Global Fellow reflects on her experience at the sixth program of the YCI Forum

Carl Atiya Swanson: Damn Good Advice for Being At Home in the World

Salzburg Global Fellow reflects on his experience at the sixth program of the YCI Forum

The Art of Dialog in a Time of Rapid Change

How artists and innovators from the UAE are using arts as a bridge to connect the Gulf region, the Middle East, and the world

Fostering Connections Across a Vast Land

Newest YCI Fellows from Canada explain how the arts are a way to bridge distances and cultures in their isolated communities

Shaping a Better World Through Cultural Innovation

Salzburg Global Seminar prepares to welcome 49 new participants for latest program of the Salzburg Global Forum for Young Cultural Innovators

YCI Forum Receives Support from Shalini Passi Art Foundation

Foundation will support participation of Mumbai-based arts manager Abhinit Khanna

Salzburg Global and Kresge Foundation Provide Seven Travel Awards to YCIs

Scholarship scheme will promote exchanges from or to Detroit, Memphis, and New Orleans

Moving from Me to We in Memphis, Tennessee

Salzburg Global Forum for Young Culture Innovators travels to United States for third regional meeting

New Answers on the Importance of Culture

Salzburg Global Fellow Chunnoon Song-e Song reflects on her career changes since attending her first Salzburg Global program