Prof. Annick Schramme is associated with the University of Antwerpen and the Antwerp Management School. She leads the master in Culture Management and the competence Center Cultural Management & Policy (UA, Faculty of Business & Economics) at the University of Antwerp. She is also Academic Director Creative Industries at the Antwerp Management School. In 2018 she started a new international master in fashion management and the Flemish-Dutch leadership program in Culture (LInC LL). She teaches subjects such as Cultural Policy & Sector and Cultural Entrepreneurship. She is also active on various boards of directors and European expert groups (such as Horizon 2020). Since 2020, she has also been appointed by the Flemish government as the chair of the SARC (Strategic Advisory Council for Culture in Flanders).
Nathalie Verboven obtained a Master in History and a Master in Cultural Management from the University of Antwerp. Since her graduation she has been involved in various studies of competence center. Verboven has been working as an assistant for the Master in Cultural Management at the University of Antwerp since 2019.
Laura D’Hoore obtained her master’s degree in art sciences at KU Leuven in 2019 with great distinction. In her Master’s thesis she researched the paintings of Peter Paul Rubens in the estate of Helena Fourment. In February 2021 she was then able to receive her recently obtained Master’s degree in Cultural Management at the University of Antwerp. Here she conducted strategic research on the basis of a case study regarding the Rubens site in Antwerp into the way in which museums can gain more support. During her education she completed various internships and student jobs: in the Rubens House museum as a ‘research curator’; at the Rubenianum as ‘assistant documentation’ and ‘strategic management researcher’, at the Center Rubenianum as a ‘scientific assistant’ at the editors of the Corpus Rubenianum and at the Museum Mayer van den Bergh as ‘collection registration and condition determination employee’. Since the beginning of 2021 she has been working as a researcher within the Culture Management & Cultural Policy competence center where she was responsible for a willingness to pay study for art museums, a benchmark study into the International Cultural Policy in Flanders commissioned by the Flemish government and a study into the possibilities for collaboration between private collectors and public museums and heritage institutions (ongoing).