[MCN-L] NEW! Museums Workshops (Delivered 100% Online)

2016-10-13 Thread Arthurs, Kerri
The international University of British Columbia (UBC) Centre for Cultural 
Planning and Development is offering new online workshops for museums 
professionals. These can be taken individually for professional development, or 
applied to the UBC Certificate in Cultural Planning - an international 
professional learning program delivered 100% online. We welcome you to share 
this information with those who you think may find these professional 
development courses or workshops of interest.

Online Workshop: Best Practices in Museum Governance and Strategic 
Planning
3 Mon. Oct 17-Oct 31, 12pm-2pm Pacific Time
Instructor: Lenore McMillan, Museum Planning Partners, Toronto, Canada

Online Workshop: Digital Culture and 
Museums
3 Wed, Nov 9-23, 11am-1pm Pacific Time
Instructor: Anra Kennedy, Culture24, Brighton, UK

Online Workshop: Changing the Leadership of Culture and the Culture of 
Leadership
3 Thu, Nov 17-Dec 1, 10am-12noon Pacific Time
Instructor: Sue Hoyle, Clore Leadership Programme, London, UK

Online Workshop: Engaging Audiences through Digital Media in 
Museums
3 Tue, Nov 15-29, 10am-12noon Pacific Time
Instructor: Jessica Doig, NGX Interactive, Vancouver, Canada

About the UBC Centre for Cultural Planning and Development

A legacy of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, the UBC 
Centre for Cultural Planning and Development is an international centre 
dedicated to the creation and strengthening of a global community of 
professionals advancing cultural development as a vital component of successful 
communities and sustainable growth. Our series of online professional 
development courses and workshops are taught by international leaders in their 
field and designed to meet the needs of professionals working in all levels of 
government; the arts, culture and heritage sectors; and, museums.

For more information and to register, please visit 
http://cstudies.ubc.ca/cultural-planning-and-development/courses.html and join 
our subscription list to receive 
regular program updates.

Thank you,

Kerri

Kerri Arthurs PhD (candidate)
Program Leader, UBC Centre for Cultural Planning and Development
Continuing Studies
The University of British Columbia | Vancouver Campus
410-5950 University Boulevard | Vancouver BC | V6T 1Z3 Canada
Phone 604 822 1459
kerri.arth...@ubc.ca
http://www.cstudies.ubc.ca/cultural-planning | 
http://www.facebook.com/UBCCulturalPlanningandDevelopment


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[MCN-L] NEW! Museums Workshops (Delivered 100% Online)

2016-06-10 Thread Arthurs, Kerri
The international University of British Columbia (UBC) Centre for Cultural 
Planning and Development is offering new online professional development 
opportunities for museums in Autumn 2016. These can be taken individually for 
professional development, or applied to the UBC Certificate in Cultural 
Planning - an international professional learning program delivered 100% 
online. We welcome you to share this information with those who you think may 
find these professional development courses or workshops of interest.

Online Workshop: Best Practices in Museum Governance and Strategic 
Planning
3 Mon. Oct 10-24, 12pm-2pm Pacific Time
Instructor: Lenore McMillan, Museum Planning Partners, Toronto, Canada

Online Workshop: Digital Culture and 
Museums
3 Wed, Nov 9-23, 11am-1pm Pacific Time
Instructor: Anra Kennedy, Culture24, Brighton, UK

Online Workshop: Changing the Leadership of Culture and the Culture of 
Leadership
3 Thu, Nov 10-24, 10am-12noon Pacific Time
Instructor: Sue Hoyle, Clore Leadership Programme, London, UK

Online Workshop: Engaging Audiences through Digital Media in 
Museums
3 Tue, Nov 15-29, 10am-12noon Pacific Time
Instructor: Jessica Doig, NGX Interactive, Vancouver, Canada

About the UBC Centre for Cultural Planning and Development

A legacy of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, the UBC 
Centre for Cultural Planning and Development is an international centre 
dedicated to the creation and strengthening of a global community of 
professionals advancing cultural development as a vital component of successful 
communities and sustainable growth. Our series of online professional 
development courses and workshops are taught by international leaders in their 
field and designed to meet the needs of professionals working in all levels of 
government; the arts, culture and heritage sectors; and, cultural industries. 
Other online professional development opportunities on offer include: Ask the 
Audience - Public Participation in 
Decision-Making
 (Sept 5-19); Creating Strategic 
Plans (Sept 
28-Nov 29); Creative 
Placemaking (Sept 
28-Nov 29); Festivals, Events and Eventful 
Communities
 (Sept 28-Nov 29), and more.

For more information and to register, please visit 
http://cstudies.ubc.ca/cultural-planning-and-development/courses.html and join 
our subscription list to receive 
regular program updates.

Thank you,

Kerri

Kerri Arthurs PhD (candidate)
Program Leader | Continuing Studies | Centre for Cultural Planning and 
Development
The University of British Columbia | Vancouver Campus
410 - 5950 University Boulevard | Vancouver, BC Canada V6T 1Z3
Phone 604 822 1459
kerri.arth...@ubc.ca | 
www.cstudies.ubc.ca/cultural-planning
www.facebook.com/UBCCulturalPlanningandDevelopment




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[MCN-L] Online Heritage Workshops: Intangible Cultural Heritage, Historic Preservation and the Cities of Tomorrow

2016-02-04 Thread Arthurs, Kerri
The international University of British Columbia (UBC) Centre for Cultural 
Planning and Development is offering a new session of online heritage workshops 
in Winter 2016. Taught by international experts and senior practitioners, these 
workshops can be taken individually for professional development, or applied to 
the UBC Certificate in Cultural Planning - an international professional 
learning program delivered 100% online. Registration is now open for the 
following online workshops:

Online Workshop: Historic Preservation and the Cities of 
Tomorrow
Three scheduled online sessions. Thu March 3, 10 & 17 from 10am-12noon Pacific 
Time
Registration closes Feb 18
INSTUCTOR: Stephanie Meeks, president of the National Trust for Historic 
Preservation in Washington, DC.

Online Workshop: Intangible Cultural 
Heritage
Three scheduled online sessions. Tue Mar 22, 30 from 4pm-6pm Pacific Time & Apr 
5 from 5pm-7pm Pacific Time.
Registration closes Jan 27
INSTRUCTOR: Marilyn Truscott, past-president of the International Council on 
Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) International Committee on Intangible Cultural 
Heritage, and Australia ICOMOS.

About the UBC Centre for Cultural Planning and Development

A legacy of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, the UBC 
Centre for Cultural Planning and Development is an international centre 
dedicated to the creation and strengthening of a global community of 
professionals advancing cultural development as a vital component of successful 
communities and sustainable growth. Our online courses and workshop are taught 
by international experts in their fields, and designed to meet the needs of 
professionals working in all levels of government, the heritage sector, arts 
and cultural organizations, and cultural industries.

Other online professional development opportunities on offer include: Strategic 
Cultural Tourism 
Planning
 (Feb 15-29); Building Community-Based Resilience through Innovations in 
Community Engagement and Innovation 
Networks
 (Mar 9-30); Creative Economy and Cultural Planning - The Smaller City 
Perspective
 (Feb 15-Mar 1), and more.

For more information about the program and to register, visit 
https://cstudies.ubc.ca/study-topic/cultural-planning-development

Thank you,

Kerri

Kerri Arthurs PhD (candidate)
Program Leader | Continuing Studies | Centre for Cultural Planning and 
Development
The University of British Columbia | Vancouver Campus
410 - 5950 University Boulevard | Vancouver, BC Canada V6T 1Z3
Phone 604 822 1459
kerri.arth...@ubc.ca | 
www.cstudies.ubc.ca/cultural-planning
www.facebook.com/UBCCulturalPlanningandDevelopment





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[MCN-L] UBC Online Heritage Workshops: Intangible Cultural Heritage, Historic Preservation and the Cities of Tomorrow

2016-01-18 Thread Arthurs, Kerri
The international University of British Columbia (UBC) Centre for Cultural 
Planning and Development is offering a new session of online heritage workshops 
in Winter 2016. Taught by international experts and senior practitioners, these 
workshops can be taken individually for professional development, or applied to 
the UBC Certificate in Cultural Planning – an international professional 
learning program delivered 100% online. Registration is now open for the 
following online workshops:
Online Workshop: Intangible Cultural 
Heritage
Three scheduled online sessions. Wed Feb 10, 17 & 24 from 3pm-5pm Pacific Time.
Registration closes Jan 27
This online workshop focuses on questions around UNESCO’s recognition of 
Intangible Cultural Heritage;  its identification, protection and 
sustainability; the role of the associated community; and, the connection of 
intangible heritage to tangible heritage – place and object. Participants will 
identify issues and critique intangible heritage practices from around the 
world. Live, real-time sessions combine theoretical discussion with practical 
examples. There is an online discussion forum to continue the conversation with 
other practitioners between live sessions.
INSTRUCTOR: Marilyn Truscott is past-president of the International Council on 
Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) International Committee on Intangible Cultural 
Heritage, and Australia ICOMOS. She is a heritage practitioner with 35 years’ 
experience as a museum curator, archeologist and senior government official 
having worked in Australia, the Middle East, Europe, Southern Africa and the 
Asia-Pacific.
Online Workshop: Historic Preservation and the Cities of 
Tomorrow
Three scheduled online sessions. Thu March 3, 10 & 17 from 10am-12noon Pacific 
Time
Registration closes Feb 18
With the aid of ground-breaking research by the National Trust for Historic 
Preservation, and lessons drawn from historic preservation and downtown 
revitalization projects, this workshop examines the critical role historic 
preservation is playing in driving urban revival and spurring economic growth. 
Topics include: new tools and technologies for managing heritage resources; the 
role of older and smaller buildings in supporting economic vitality; and, how 
building preservation contributes to environmental goals.
INSTUCTOR: Stephanie Meeks is President of the National Trust for Historic 
Preservation in Washington, DC. Under her leadership, the National Trust has 
worked to bring a more diverse group of Americans into the preservation 
movement. It has also launched an effort to highlight the critical connection 
between older buildings and vibrant cities, and spearheaded research reflecting 
the benefits of historic preservation in today’s urban areas.
For more information about the program and to register, visit 
https://cstudies.ubc.ca/study-topic/cultural-planning-development We welcome 
you to share this information with those who you think may find this program or 
workshops of interest.
Thank you,
Kerri
Kerri Arthurs PhD (candidate)
Program Leader | Continuing Studies | Centre for Cultural Planning and 
Development
The University of British Columbia | Vancouver Campus
410 – 5950 University Boulevard | Vancouver, BC Canada V6T 1Z3
Phone 604 822 1459
kerri.arth...@ubc.ca | 
www.cstudies.ubc.ca/cultural-planning
www.facebook.com/UBCCulturalPlanningandDevelopment



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[MCN-L] New Online Workshop: "Digital Culture and Cultural Policy", starts Oct 13

2015-09-08 Thread Arthurs, Kerri
The international University of British Columbia (UBC) Centre for Cultural 
Planning and Development is offering a new online professional development 
workshop Digital Culture and Cultural Policy, starting October 13.  Don't miss 
the opportunity to learn from international experts and expand your 
professional practice. This workshop can be taken individually for professional 
development, or applied to the UBC Certificate in Cultural Planning - an 
international professional learning program delivered 100% online.

Online Workshop: Digital Culture and Cultural 
Policy
Three scheduled online sessions. Oct 13, 20 & 27 from 10am-12noon (Pacific Time)
Registration closes Sept 29

Digital technologies have created new practices, possibilities and threats in 
which the cultural sector must find suitable ways of working. In this workshop 
explore digital practices in the cultural sector, including: measuring success 
online, suitable business models and user needs, the impacts of digitalization 
on the governance and management of cultural resources, and the implications of 
digitalization for cultural policy and management.

Instructor: Dr. Aleksandra Uzelac is a Research Associate at the Institute for 
International Relations (IMO) in Zagreb, Croatia and Head of the Culture and 
Communication Department at IMO. She has 17 years of professional experience in 
digital culture, including ICT, virtual networks, digitalization of culture and 
the changing context that virtual culture has brought to the cultural sector.

About the UBC Centre for Cultural Planning and Development

A legacy of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, the UBC 
Centre for Cultural Planning and Development is an international centre 
dedicated to the creation and strengthening of a global community of 
professionals advancing cultural development as a vital component of successful 
communities and sustainable growth. Taught by international experts and senior 
practitioners, other online professional development opportunities on offer 
include: Resourceful Design Innovation by Re-Imagining Existing Urban 
Assets
 (Sept 10-24); Creative 
Placemaking (Sept 
28-Nov 29); Creating Strategic 
Plans (Sep 
28-Nov 29).

For more information about the program and other professional development 
opportunities offered, visit 
http://cstudies.ubc.ca/cultural-planning-and-development/courses.html

Thank you.

Kerri

Kerri Arthurs PhD (candidate)
Program Leader | Continuing Studies | Centre for Cultural Planning and 
Development
The University of British Columbia | Vancouver Campus
410 - 5950 University Boulevard | Vancouver, BC Canada V6T 1Z3
Phone 604 822 1459
kerri.arth...@ubc.ca | 
www.cstudies.ubc.ca/cultural-planning
www.facebook.com/UBCCulturalPlanningandDevelopment
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[MCN-L] New Online Workshop: Digital Culture and Cultural Policy, starts Oct 13

2015-08-06 Thread Arthurs, Kerri
The international University of British Columbia (UBC) Centre for Cultural 
Planning and Development is offering a new online professional development 
workshop Digital Culture and Cultural Policy, starting October 13.  Don't miss 
the opportunity to learn from international experts and expand your 
professional practice. This workshop can be taken individually for professional 
development, or applied to the UBC Certificate in Cultural Planning - an 
international professional learning program delivered 100% online.

Online Workshop: Digital Culture and Cultural 
Policyhttps://cstudies.ubc.ca/courses/online-workshop-digital-culture-cultural-policy/uc010
Three scheduled online sessions. Oct 13, 20  27 from 10am-12noon (Pacific Time)
Registration closes Sept 29

Digital technologies have created new practices, possibilities and threats in 
which the cultural sector must find suitable ways of working. In this workshop 
explore digital practices in the cultural sector, including: measuring success 
online, suitable business models and user needs, the impacts of digitalization 
on the governance and management of cultural resources, and the implications of 
digitalization for cultural policy and management.

Instructors: Dr. Aleksandra Uzelac is a Research Associate at the Institute for 
International Relations (IMO) in Zagreb, Croatia and Head of the Culture and 
Communication Department at IMO. She has 17 years of professional experience in 
digital culture, including ICT, virtual networks, digitalization of culture and 
the changing context that virtual culture has brought to the cultural sector.

About the UBC Centre for Cultural Planning and Development

A legacy of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, the UBC 
Centre for Cultural Planning and Development is an international centre 
dedicated to the creation and strengthening of a global community of 
professionals advancing cultural development as a vital component of successful 
communities and sustainable growth. Taught by international experts and senior 
practitioners, other online professional development opportunities on offer 
include: Cultural Planning and Processes of Urban 
Changehttps://cstudies.ubc.ca/courses/online-workshop-cultural-planning-processes-urban-change/uc019
 (Sept 9-21); Resourceful Design Innovation by Re-Imagining Existing Urban 
Assetshttps://cstudies.ubc.ca/courses/online-workshop-resourceful-design-innovation-re-imagining-existing-urban-assets/uc014
 (Sept 10-24); Creative 
Placemakinghttps://cstudies.ubc.ca/courses/creative-placemaking/uc003 (Sept 
28-Nov 29); Creating Strategic 
Planshttps://cstudies.ubc.ca/courses/creating-strategic-plans/uc001 (Sep 
28-Nov 29).

For more information about the program and other professional development 
opportunities offered, visit 
http://cstudies.ubc.ca/cultural-planning-and-development/courses.html

Thank you.

Kerri

Kerri Arthurs PhD (candidate)
Program Leader | Continuing Studies | Centre for Cultural Planning and 
Development
The University of British Columbia | Vancouver Campus
410 - 5950 University Boulevard | Vancouver, BC Canada V6T 1Z3
Phone 604 822 1459
kerri.arth...@ubc.camailto:kerri.arth...@ubc.ca | 
www.cstudies.ubc.ca/cultural-planninghttp://www.cstudies.ubc.ca/cultural-planning
www.facebook.com/UBCCulturalPlanningandDevelopmenthttp://www.facebook.com/UBCCulturalPlanningandDevelopment
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[MCN-L] Online Workshop Intangible Cultural Heritage starts June 10

2015-06-03 Thread Arthurs, Kerri
The international University of British Columbia (UBC) Centre for Cultural 
Planning and Development is offering a new session of an online professional 
development workshop, Intangible Cultural Heritage by Marilyn Truscott, 
starting June 10. This workshop can be taken individually for professional 
development, or applied to the UBC Certificate in Cultural Planning - an 
international professional learning program delivered 100% online.

Online Workshop: Intangible Cultural 
Heritagehttps://cstudies.ubc.ca/courses/online-workshop-intangible-cultural-heritage/uc013
Three scheduled online sessions. Wed, June 10, 17 and 24 from 3pm-5pm PST 
(Pacific Time). 100% Online.

This online workshop focuses on questions around UNESCO's recognition of 
Intangible Cultural Heritage;  its identification, protection and 
sustainability; the role of the associated community; and, the connection of 
intangible heritage to tangible heritage - place and object. Participants will 
identify issues and critique intangible heritage practices from around the 
world. Live, real-time sessions combine theoretical discussion with practical 
examples. There is an online discussion forum to continue the conversation with 
other practitioners between live sessions.

INSTRUCTOR: Marilyn Truscott is past-president of the International Council on 
Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) International Committee on Intangible Cultural 
Heritage, and Australia ICOMOS. She is a heritage practitioner with 35 years' 
experience as a museum curator, archeologist and senior government official 
having worked in Australia, the Middle East, Europe, Southern Africa and the 
Asia-Pacific.

For more information about the program and other online professional 
development opportunities offered by the UBC Centre for Cultural Planning and 
Development, please visit 
https://cstudies.ubc.ca/study-topic/cultural-planning-development

About the UBC Centre for Cultural Planning and Development

A legacy of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter games, the UBC 
Centre for Cultural Planning and Development is an international centre 
dedicated to the creation and strengthening of a global community of 
professionals advancing cultural development as a vital component of successful 
communities and sustainable growth. Our series of online professional 
development courses and workshops are taught by international leaders in their 
field, and designed to meet the needs of professionals and administrators 
working in all levels of government, arts and cultural organisations, and the 
heritage sector.

Kerri Arthurs PhD (candidate)
Program Leader | Continuing Studies | Centre for Cultural Planning and 
Development
The University of British Columbia | Vancouver Campus
410 - 5950 University Boulevard | Vancouver, BC Canada V6T 1Z3
Phone 604 822 1459
kerri.arth...@ubc.camailto:kerri.arth...@ubc.ca | 
www.cstudies.ubc.ca/cultural-planninghttp://www.cstudies.ubc.ca/cultural-planning
www.facebook.com/UBCCulturalPlanningandDevelopmenthttp://www.facebook.com/UBCCulturalPlanningandDevelopment
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