Professor Mohammed Elrazzaz presents his new book ‘The Mediterranean: a shared heritage’ during the 10th Anniversary Celebration of the Euro-Mediterranean University (EMUNI).

5 de June de 2018

Mohammed Elrazzaz, Professor of the Master’s Degree of Arts and Cultural Management at the UIC, will be presenting his new book ‘The Mediterranean: a shared heritage’ in a ceremony at the Slovenian city of Piran on the 22nd of June during the 10th Anniversary Celebration of the Euro-Mediterranean University (EMUNI). The book, published by EMUNI,…

Dr. Diane Dodd, professor of the Master’s degree in Arts and Culture Management participated with IGCAT at the 2nd UNESCO I UNWTO World Conference on Culture and Tourism

18 de December de 2017

IGCAT and its flagship Regions of Gastronomy Platform and Award was applauded at the 2nd UNESCO/UNWTO World Conference on Culture and Tourism, as a leading initiative fostering sustainable cultural tourism development. The World Conference, held in Muscat, Oman 11-12 December 2017,  brought together world leaders including  Taleb Rifai, UNWTO Secretary-General, H.E. Ahmed Bin Nasser Al…

Mohammed Elrazzaz achieved what you should do by the age of 40

17 de January de 2017

We present to you Mohammed Elrazzaz, Professor of the course ‘Tools for Cultural Management’ at the Master in Arts and Cultural Management, who recently published his book in Arabic “al-Andalus: History of the Diaspora” after years of traveling, researching, writing and editing. The book is a study of a very important Mediterranean diaspora that took…

Beatriz Burrows: “Online is where the conversations are happening, and culture and conversation are an absolutely crucial partnership. Digital media, including articles, social media and films allows you to create global conversations and to open out the artistic process to a much wider audience”

29 de April de 2016

This year Beatrice Burrows Digital Marketing Officer at Tate London conducted her first masterclass on Social Media Communication Strategy at the Master in Arts and Cultural management, UIC Barcelona. Furthermore, she also talked to us in an exclusive interview about her professional career and her current job at Tate. Beatrice graduated in 2011 from Cambridge…