Association of Cultural Managers (ACM) is a professional community of managers, consultants and experts in the field of culture, established in 2002.
The Association of Cultural Managers implements regional and international sociocultural projects, carries out research and consulting activities in the field of cultural policy and practice in Russia and abroad and has 15 years of experience working with major international foundations and grant programs.
ACM – your partner for international cultural cooperation in Russia.
ACM with the support of the Oxford Russian Foundation announces a competition for participation in the scientific and educational Workshop and the open Conference "Horizons of expectations. The modern perception of the cultural, historical and economic "text" and the prospects of its development/continuation", which will be held on November 26 – December 1, 2018. [read more]
what we do
We design strategies and launch projects for local cultural markets.
We develop and sustain partnerships.
We assist in establishing contacts with local governments in Russian regions.
We work out awareness campaigns in Russia
We integrate Russian and international experts into professional public events in Russia and abroad/
We monitor, evaluate the efficiency and develop recommendations for socio-cultural projects.
Development of the concept and implementation of "turnkey" activities: programming, production, promotion
ARCHSTOYANIE – an international festival of landscape design, 2009–2010
With a support of The European Commission.
Partner: The National School of Landscape Architecture, Versailles-Marseille
Partners: The State Museum of Oriental Art (Moscow) and the Nicholas Roerich Museum (New York), Art Thema Gallery (Belgium), Cultural centre «ART LAND» (Netherlands). In alliance with: The Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation
BIBLIONIGHT – annual international initiative aiming at reading culture development, 2011–2015.
Partner: The Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, The Department of Culture of Moscow
INTERMUSEUM International Festival – the main professional event for the museum community in Russia and CIS countries, 2013.
In alliance with: The Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation
Development and organisation of educational international programmes for professional community
International internships for Russian grant competitions winners and participants of social and cultural projects to Great Britain, France, Netherlands, Germany, 2006–2017
CULTURAL UPGRADE – a series of regional educational seminars on management, marketing and fundraising in the field of culture as a part of a comprehensive regional program of the British Council in Moscow, 2013–2014.
WORKSHOPS ORF – a cycle of four annual scientific and practical interdisciplinary workshops for students, postgraduates and young scientists, 2016-2018
Partner: Oxford Russian Foundation
Development of programmes, international experts’ participation in professional events.
MUSEUM GUIDE – an international forum for the museum community within the framework of the festival Intermuseum, 2011–2017. Partner: The Vladimir Potanin Foundation, British Council in Moscow
Open city tour CITY AS INOVATION; within the аramework of the 33rd World Conference on Science Parks and Areas of Innovation, (IASP), 2016 In alliance with: The Skolkovo Foundation
CULTURE IN ACTION: CULTURAL MANAGEMENT IN INTERNATIONAL CONTEXT, International professional forum, 2010–2012 Partner: Goethe Institut, Moscow. With a support of The European Commission.
Development and implementation of integrated programs aimed at cultural sector development and modernization, new technologies and practices implementation
MUSEUM TOKEN – a scientific and educational interdisciplinary international project. With the European Commission.
Partners: The Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust (Great Britain), Textielmuseum (The Netherlands). Non-profit Partnership “Kolomenskiy Posad”, “Creative Industries” Agency
MUTUAL AIR IMPULSE – an international educational and project workshops, discussions and internships programme, 2012–2013. Partners: The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Moscow, TransArtists.Project
With the support of ANCO «Arkhpolis»
Association of Independent Museums (Great Britain)
Association of Cultural Heritage Managers (Hungary)
Art Council England (The UK)
Moscow Higher School of Social and Economic Sciences (Russia)
Goethe Institut in Moscow (Germany)
The Oxford Russian Foundation (The UK)
The Embassy of the Kingdom of Denmark in Moscow
The Embassy of the Netherlands in Moscow
Project TransArtists (The Netherlands)
The Mondriaan Fund (The Netherlands)
DutchCulture Centre for International Cultural Cooperation (The Netherlands)
School of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Northumbria (The UK)
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