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2 lessons in a week, 20:00-22:00, days will be announced
26 hours
Seviye: Level 1

Fiyat  3.000,00


Critical Approaches to Culture and Heritage Management

Four Specialists Four Countries

Language of Instruction



To be announced.


26 hours

Unit 1-2-3 Tuesdays and Thursdays at 19.00. (GMT+03:00)

Unit 4-5 Tuesdays-Sundays at 19.00 (GMT+03:00)

You must apply before  September 15, 2020.


Will be announced .


To educate individuals about critical approaches to heritage and cultural industry.


-Educate individuals about the basics of cultural management and terminology.

-Create awareness and advocacy for the conflict heritage.

-Demystify the art market and contemporary art theory.

-Provide knowledge about the cultural institutions around the world and how they operate.

-Highlight the importance of coexistence and the historical development of the intercultural dialogue in the Mediterranean culture.

Who Can Participate ?

-Cultural industry professionals.

-Social Sciences and Humanities students.

-Individuals who want to develop their knowledge on the culture and art management field.


-After the end of each unit there will be a test of 10 questions. In order to pass, participants must answer at least 5 questions correctly.

-The final test in the end of the course consists of 20 questions. 12 questions must be answered correctly in order to pass.

-70% Attendance is mandatory.


Course Content & Schedule

Unit 1: Introduction to Mediterranean Heritage (by Mohammed Elrazzaz)

Theoretical Framework of the Mediterranean and Types of Heritage (2 hours)

Introduction to Shared Heritage in the Mediterranean (1 hour)

Mediterranean Civilizations and the Development of Material Culture in the Mediterranean (2 hours)


Unit 2: Introduction to Cultural Institutions and Funding for Culture (by Mohammed Elrazzaz) Dates:

Heritage Management, UNESCO, Best Practices and the Heritage Industries (2 hours)

Cultural Institutions (1 hour)

Types of Funding. (1 hour)


Unit 3:

Demystifying the Art Market and Museums. (Aman Merchant  &  Ursula Imbernon Valls)

Part A: by Aman Merchant

Introduction to Art Market (1 hour)

Global Trends in the Art Market (Asia, Middle East, Africa, Europe, America) (1 hour)

Galleries & Auction Houses (1 hour)

Part B: by Ursula Imbernon

The Anatomy of a Museum: Introduction to Museology. (1 hour)

Decision Making and Exhibition Planning. (1 hour)


Unit 4: Critical Approaches on the Contemporary Art Theory & Cultural Industry (by Ipek Bayraktar)

Part A:

Contemporary Art Criticism (1 hour)

Part B:

Performance Art Dilemma (1 hour)

The Creative Class” (1 hour)


Unit 5: Critical Approaches on the Conflict Heritage and Art Crime (by Ipek Bayraktar)

Introduction: Types of Art Crime (Looting, Trafficking, Forgery, Theft, Vandalism.)

Why does it occur? How often does it occur? What is the impact of it? Why do we need to protect our heritage? (2 hour)

International Treaties, Conventions, and Organizations dedicated to art and heritage crimes. (1hour)

Importance of archives, documentation, Provenance research. (1 hour)

Repatriation. (1 hour)

Case Studies (3 hours)

How Should the Cultural Professionals and Institutions Utilize Systematic Risk Management? Overall Review of the Course. (1 hour)

Instructors: Instructors of this course are from different parts of the world with variety of backgrounds and professional experience ready to share their knowledge with the learners.


Courses are online, live and interactive.

The instructor, his/her course tools, notes along with the communication box are present on the video course platform.

Students can ask questions vocally, type or upon wish can turn off their video visibility while attending the course.

All courses have a mandatory attendance condition of 70%



Mohammed Elrazzaz
Mohammed Elrazzaz
Professor of Art, Culture and Mediterranean Heritage
Mohammed Elrazzaz
Aman Merchant
Instructor- Auction Specialist Asia and Europe
Mohammed Elrazzaz
Úrsula Imbernon Valls
Lecturer- Ph.D Student in UIC Barcelona
Mohammed Elrazzaz
Ipek Bayraktar
Lecturer- Ph.D Student in UIC Barcelona