Call for Papers Vol. 1/2020 and Vol. 1/2021
We invite all museums specialists to send original articles until July 15th, 2020 (Volume 1/2020) and October 15th, 2020 (Volume 1/2021).
The series of debates “Tomorrow’s culture. About change”
On May 9th, 2020, on Europe Day, INCFC organizes and broadcasts a first debate
Launching The Quarter Culture Section - Monitoring the Cultural Domain in the time of the COVID-19 Crisis
The implementation of the UNESCO Culture | 2030 Indicators in Romania
Friday, February 14, 2020, the INCFC team hosted the meeting with UNESCO representatives where the discussions were focused on the last details related to the implementation of the new set of Indicators at national level.
EGMUS Plenary meeting – 2019 edition
2019 edition of the EGMUS Plenary meeting took place in Bucharest, on October 22-24, hosted by the National Institute for Cultural Research and Training, in partnership with the Romanian Peasant Museum.
UNESCO Culture for Development Indicators. Romania’s Analytical Brief and Technical Report
The analysis of seven key dimensions of culture and development, through the assessment of 22 key indicators, responds to the needs and circumstances of low and middle-income countries.
Culturadata — Sharpening minds!
The National Institute for Cultural Research and Training (INCFC), subordinated to the Ministry of Culture, is the only national institute that aims to study, research and provide statistical data in the field of culture as well as training professionals who choose a career in this field.
Culturadata Interactiv is a digital tool that provides a coherent and explicit image of the public infrastructure (national network of public cultural institutions). The platform provides graphs, tables, figures, maps, statistical data reflecting the national, regional and county distribution of these institutions, based on data provided by NIS, corroborated with the NIRCT. The platform also provides data on the cultural consumption, taken from NIRCT’S annual Cultural Consumption Barometers.
studies and statistical analyses
trained beneficiaries coming from approximately 700 cultural institutions
evaluated candidates within the evaluation sessions