The concept of cultural planning is relatively well-established in many countries as a tool which enables municipalities to use their potential in local development, yet still notwell-known and debated among scholars, practitioners, or the wider public in Central Europe, including in the Czech Republic. The aim of this article is to present the findings fromthe application of cultural planning in two small/mid-size Czech towns where cultural planning was defined as a participative approach to urban planning based on communication, cooperation, and the mapping of cultural resources.
Vojtíšková Kateřina, Markéta Poláková, Věra Patočková
Cultural Planning: New Inspiration for Local Governments in the Czech Context
Vojtíšková Kateřina, Markéta Poláková, Věra Patočková. 2016. „Cultural Planning: New Inspiration for Local Governments in the Czech Context .“ The Journal of Arts Management, Law, and Society 46 (1): 22 - 33.