The article attempts to describe the state of “cultural policy” in a period of fundamental reinvention and provides an overview of the most important works and studies published in recent years. While digital change has transformed culture, cultural policy has adapted only slowly to this new reality. The author observes an expansion of the term “cultural policy” and describes its various — and new — components. This expanded approach contributes to rethinking the role of public and private actors and the place of artists in a digital society.
Frédéric Martel, “Cultural Policies – Mapping a field in reinvention” (2020)