Study on the impact of the EU prizes for culture [Recurs electrònic] : final report / European Commission Directorate-General for Education and Culture ; ECORYS

ECORYS | Comissió Europea. Direcció General d'Educació i Cultura.
Publisher: [Brusel·les] : European Commission. Directorate-General for Education and Culture, 2013Description: 129 p. : digital, fitxer PDF (4,02 MB).Online resources: Summary: Through the EU Culture Programme, the European Commission supports four European prizes in the field of culture, namely: European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage - Europa Nostra Awards (lien vers chaque prix); European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture / Mies van der Rohe Awards; European Union Prize for Literature (EUPL); European Union Award for Contemporary Music/The European Border Breakers Awards (EBBAs). The Commission contracted ECORYS to carry out an analysis on these prizes, in particular as regards to their impact from various angles (on the winners, on the sectors in which each prize operates, on the audiences and on the wider European social and economic landscape), as well as regarding their prestige and outreach. In order to have a comprehensive overview, the analysis was conducted at different levels (EU, sectorial, individual and general public) through qualitative and quantitative research, including interviews with key stakeholders. (Font: Editor)
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Through the EU Culture Programme, the European Commission supports four European prizes in the field of culture, namely: European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage - Europa Nostra Awards (lien vers chaque prix); European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture / Mies van der Rohe Awards; European Union Prize for Literature (EUPL); European Union Award for Contemporary Music/The European Border Breakers Awards (EBBAs). The Commission contracted ECORYS to carry out an analysis on these prizes, in particular as regards to their impact from various angles (on the winners, on the sectors in which each prize operates, on the audiences and on the wider European social and economic landscape), as well as regarding their prestige and outreach. In order to have a comprehensive overview, the analysis was conducted at different levels (EU, sectorial, individual and general public) through qualitative and quantitative research, including interviews with key stakeholders. (Font: Editor)

Executive Summary = Résumé = Zusammenfassung -- 1.0 Introduction -- 2.0 The EU Prizes for culture: 2.1 EU Prize for Contemporary Architecture ; 2.2 EU Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Awards ; 2.3 EU Prize for Literature: 2.4 European Border Breakers Awards (EBBA) -- 3.0 Impacts of the Prizes: 3.1 The European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture and the Special Mention for an Emerging Architect ; 3.2 The European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage/Europa Nostra Awards ; 3.3 The European Union Prize for Literature ; 3.4 The European Border Breakers Award (EBBA) ; 3.5 Summaries of impacts by EU Prize -- 4.0 Conclusions and recommendations -- Annex One: Terms of Reference -- Annex Two: Data sources -- Annex Three: Research tools -- Annex Four: List of stakeholders consulted

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