Reinventing Mentoring in Arts Management Policy Paper is targeted to policy makers offering a wide overview on the key issues related to mentorship within art and cultural fields. It is a useful tool for anyone making or adapting to policies on mentoring in EU.

The paper presents research into the co-creation of a new comprehensive understanding of cultural management mentorship as a framework for professional life-long learning with a focus on establishing and maintaining a sustainable interaction between students, potential employers, and field practitioners, simultaneously renewing the understanding of mentoring and creating a novel way for “mentorage” that allows the co-creation of knowledge.

This policy paper focuses on four issues of value for policymakers:

1. Value Co-creation and Knowledge Sharing
2. Innovation and Digitalization
3. Diversity and Sustainability
4. Social Equality, Accessibility, and Inclusion in the Cultural Sector