To understand Society and Culture in the 21st century, it is necessary to have knowledge of the following disciplines and concepts: Anthropology, Culture, Sociology, Art History and Philosophy History.
The general objective of the subject is to offer a theoretical reflection on the culture in the 21st century and its social impact, to achieve a better understanding of some of the multiple relationships between culture and society and to analyze the mechanisms of interaction in order to gain a better understanding of the role of cultural management.
As future cultural managers, we are going to look for answers in Museums and Cultural Institutions of Barcelona, as well as in relevant authors of the different theoretical perspectives. This course is designed to enable cultural manager students the time to pursue intensive personal research programs in a group environment.
Students will be expected to attend local exhibitions, museums, visiting artist lectures, etc. As part of the course work, familiarity with the gallery scene in Barcelona is essential.
- To owe and understand
- To understand reality
- To know the relationship between the whole and its parts
- Knowledge is not to have but rather to be
- Study habit
- To improve your work plan skills
- To schedule yourself
- To verify, to revise, to correct
- To apply knowledge
- Problems solution-oriented
- To be right and not only to spend time in doing things
- To multiply your working capacity
- Real problem solving
- Sense of opportunity and efficiency
- Self esteem and confidence in work
- To assemble, to interpret.
- To judge
- To consider
- To seek the virtue
- To share vital decisions
- Sense of prudence
- To communicate
- Explanatory clarity
- To go to the core of things without neglecting the secondary
- To generate confidence around
- To transmit innovation together with the value of tradition
- Quality in the briefness
- To be autonomous
- To be able to consult without wasting your time
- To be able to depend on others
- To be a wise person without being self-sufficient
- To avoid precipitation
- To exercise control on reality