Paper presented at the 12th International Conference on Cultural Policies Research, Antwerp entitled Cultural Engagement in the Context of Crisis: Resilience Building through Virtual Cultural Engagement in Disadvantaged Communities in Egypt

Activity: Talk or presentationOral presentation

Description

In this paper we discuss examples of emerging e-forms of arts and cultural engagement and examine how these can help disadvantaged communities in low-middle income countries such as Egypt develop resilience and emerge stronger from the crisis, while experiencing culture through innovation and technology. The paper discusses a novel model of virtual cultural engagement methodology that utilizes a newly developed bespoke virtual platform, structured around non-formal education, aimed at resilience building.
Period19 Sep 2022
Event titlethe 12th International Conference on Cultural Policies Research
Event typeConference
LocationAntwerp, Belgium
Degree of RecognitionInternational

Keywords

  • virtual cultural engagement
  • Egypt
  • arts-based learning
  • crisis
  • Global South
  • resilience