"Sustaining Cultural Development" with Biljana Mickov, Sept. 25, 6:30-8pm

2:39 PM

Wednesday, September 25th, 6:30-8pm, Engineering 305 Pratt Institute (Brooklyn Campus). 

Biljana Mickov, editor of the New Thought magazine of international artists and thinkers talks about her new work on how to make sustainable culture development for cities. The project shows case studies in Europe to examine ways to promote cultural life as the center of the broader sustainable development of society such as the plane for culture (agenda21culture), urbanization, and the development of visitors. Mickov argues that innovative cultural art projects combine cultural diversity and creativity with increased participation of citizens in culture, making the city a laboratory. 

Biljana Mickov graduated from the University of Novi Sad, Serbia and also has a European Diploma in Cultural Project Management (Marcel Hicter Foundation, Brussels), supported by UNESCO and the European Commission. Biljana is the editor of New Thought and is engaged in projects for the Museum of Contemporary Art and Institute for Culture throughout Europe. Her work has been published in Barcelona, the United Kingdom, France, and Serbia. Her work is primarily dedicated to research and development of cultural policies and contemporary management in cooperation with local authorities and international partners.

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