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2017年第四届文化产业/文化经济国际暑期学校

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文化产业/文化经济国际暑期学校简介

文化产业/文化经济国际暑期学校是由上海交通大学与澳大利亚蒙纳士大学联合举办的研究生教育创新计划项目。该项目的目的在于提高研究生的教学和培养质量,增强研究生的专业知识与科研能力,推动研究生与国外一流大学教师和学生的合作和学术交流,提高研究生培养的国际化水平和视野。

依据当前中国国内文化产业的发展状况,结合社会热点问题,每期暑期学校均设定有不同的主题。师生将就文化项目相关问题与政府决策部门和有关专家进行讨论,走访不同的文化景点,在国际知名专家的指导下进行深入考察。

上海交通大学媒体与设计学院简介

上海交通大学媒体与设计学院成立于20029月,下设新闻与传播系、电影电视系、设计系、文化产业管理系。学院发展强调理论基础扎实;专业技术过硬;学科特色鲜明。

项目内容及形式

本届国际暑期学校的主题是音乐、文化产业与城市,将重点考察城市与音乐之间的多重联结;探讨如何通过音乐这一文化产业子行业构建城市的品牌;研究音乐产业与文化产业其他子行业之间的关系以及音乐产业自身的生态系统;了解现代通讯技术和社交媒体如何影响中国城市音乐的创作与发展;并就当代城市中对音乐家和音乐创作构成挑战的因素展开思考,探索并促进可能的潜在途径以推动音乐场景在中国和澳大利亚之间的创造性交流。

所采取的项目形式有:专家讲座、研讨会、工作坊和文化采风。

时间与地点

时间:201773-2017716

地点:上海交通大学徐汇校区

拟聘教授

Justin O’Connor(澳大利亚蒙纳士大学)

Mark Andrejevic(美国波莫纳学院)

Jonathan Vickery(英国华威大学)

Xin Gu(澳大利亚蒙纳士大学)

单世联(上海交通大学)

李康化(上海交通大学)

闻媛(上海交通大学)

招生对象和人数

本届国际暑期学校面向海内外招收学员。欢迎所有文化产业相关专业博士研究生、青年教师及相关研究人员等报名参加。

计划招收学员共35-40名。

费用

学费:全免

课程讲义、资料费用:全免

文化场馆参观门票:自理(项目组将安排巴士接送)

食宿、交通:自理

报名方式:

国际学生:须通过在线系统报名http://apply.sjtu.edu.cn

中国学生:请填写学员申请表,并电邮至ywen@sjtu.edu.cn

即日起开始报名

报名截止日期:20174305pm

联系人

闻媛

ywen@sjtu.edu.cn

相关链接

https://shanghaicitylab.com/


 

 

2017第四届文化产业/文化经济国际暑期学校教学计划

课程安排上午9:00 开始;下午1:30 开始;外出考察出发时间另行通知

日程

日期

课程

1

7月3日

讲座:文化经济、文化产业与创意城市

–   系列一:夏令营简介(Justin O’Connor)

–   系列二:文化经济、文化产业及创意城市(Jonathan Vickery)

–   系列三:中国文化创意产业研究(单世联)

–   系列四:中国文化创意产业与政策(Xin Gu)

2

7月4日

参观考察(外滩,老城厢,浦东)

3

7月5日

讲座:文化经济-理论与实践  

–   系列一:城市文化经济学与文化经济理论(Justin O’Connor)

–   系列二:上海文化创意产业政策(李康化)

–   系列三:城市音乐文化产业化:上海模式   (Xin Gu)

–   系列四:全球化与城市空间   - 消费与媒体 (Mark Andrejevic)

4

7月6日

参观:城市音乐场馆与空间

5

7月7日

讲座: 城市文化经济

–   系列一:城市中的亚文化   (Justin O’Connor)

–   系列二:音乐工作和上海的流行音乐产业文化环境(Xing Gu)

–     系列三:独立音乐制作人 (Jonathan   Vickery)

6

7月8日

参观:独立制作人工作室

7

7月9日

周日

8

7月10日

讲座:音乐,公共空间与文化产业

–   系列一:公共空间与文化产业(Justin O’Connor)

–   系列二:大数据与城市重建(Mark   Andrejevic)

–   系列三:(实业界人士与学者对话)

9

7月11日

参观:上海城市文化空间等

10

7月12日

小组汇报阶段:导师和各小组讨论

11

7月13日

小组活动

12

7月14日

分组简报和考评


2017 The 4th International Summer School on Cultural Economy

 


 

Overview

Cultural Economy International Summer School is a creative graduate education project organized by Shanghai Jiao Tong University and Monash University. It aims at upgrading graduate teaching and training quality, enhancing students’ academic know-how and research competence, promoting international collaboration among students and faculties, and expanding international vision of postgraduate programs. This project is founded in 2014. It is well recognized home and overseas.

The international summer school has a different theme each year, this years’ being Music, Culture and the City. Our core focus is on the ways in which Shanghai has used cultural industries to promote itself as a global creative city, to generate new jobs and services, and to regenerate the built fabric of the city. This year we will be investigating the multiple connections between music and the city:

·           How does the city brand itself through music as a sub-sector of cultural industries?

·           How is the music industries structured in relation to other cultural industries? What does the eco-system of music industry look like?

·           How is social media changing the production and consumption of music?

·           What are some of the contemporary challenges to musicians and music production in the city?

The students will speak to local policy makers and experts about the issues above, as well as actually visiting cultural sites involved.

Alongside a comprehensive program of lectures we will guest presenters from the local cultural sector and guided field trips and supervised field work in the cultural economy of Shanghai.

About School of Media and Design, SJTU

The School of Media and Design (SMD), Shanghai Jiao Tong University, was founded in September 2002. It consists of four departments, i.e., Journalism and Communication, Film and Television, Design, and Cultural Industry and Management. A series of undergraduate, master, and doctoral programs are provided in these fields. The school boasts solid foundation in theoretical research, high competitiveness in professional skills and distinctive features in discipline construction, making it one of the top media and design schools in China.

Date and Venue

Date: 3rd - 16th July 2017

Venue: Xuhui Campus, SJTU

Lecturers involved

Justin O’Connor (Monash University)

Mark Andrejevic (Monash University)

Jonathan Vickery (University of Warwick)

Gu Xin (Monash University)

Shan Shilian (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)

Li Kanghua (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)

Wen Yuan (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)

Eligibility

This summer school is open to the researchers, lecturers and doctoral students in Cultural Economy or other related majors. We will take in 35-40 students, including Chinese students and overseas students.

Fees

Tuition: Waived

Travel and accommodations:

Participants are expected to arrange their own travel and hotel accommodations.

Application

Overseas students: Complete and submit an online application at Study@SJTU (http://apply.sjtu.edu.cn).

Local students: Fill the application form and send it to ywen@sjtu.edu.cn.

Applications open: as from today

Applications close: 5pm 30 April 2017

Coordinator

Wen Yuan (ywen@sjtu.edu.cn)

Links

https://shanghaicitylab.com/


 

Cultural Economy International Summer School Syllabus

AM 9:00; PM 1:30 (site visits starting time may vary.)

Date

Syllabus

3rd   July(Mon)

SeminarsCultural Economy, Cultural Policy and Creative City

–   No.1: Brief   introduction of the summer school.

(Justin   O’Connor)

–   No. 2:   Cultural Economy, Cultural Industries and Creative City (Jonathan Vickery)

–   No. 3: Study   on cultural/creative industries in China (Shan Shilian)

–   No. 4: Chinese   cultural industries policies (Gu Xin)

4th   July(Tue)

Site Visit:   Shanghai: old and new

5th   July(Wed)

Seminars: Cultural   Economy – theories and practices

–   No. 1:   Cultural Economy – theories and practices (Justin O’Connor)

–   No. 2:   Shanghai local policies on cultural industries (Li Kanghua)

–   No. 3: The   industrialization of music: a Shanghai Model (Gu Xin)

–   No. 4: Urban   space in the globalization (Mark Andrejevic)

6th   July(Thur)

Site Visits: Shanghai:   the futuristic city

7th   July(Fri)

Seminars: Cultural   Economy in Shanghai

–   No. 1:   Sub-cultures in the city (Justin O’Connor)

–   No. 2: The   cultural environment of the pop music industry in Shanghai (Xin Gu)

–   No. 3: Independent   music producer(Jonathan Vickery)

8th   July(Sat)

Site visits: Shanghai: media entrepreneurs

10th July(Mon)

Seminars: Media, Public   Sphere and Cultural Industries

–   No. 1:   Public sphere and cultural industries (Justin O’Connor)

–   No. 2: Big   data, digital surveillance and city (Mark Andrejevic)

–   No. 3: Dialogue

11th July(Tues)

Site Visit: Maker culture in Shanghai 

12th   July(Wed)

Group consultation day

13th   July(Thur)

Fieldtrip

14th   July(Fri)

Presentations

 

学员申请表The application form for students.docx