VUB master’s thesis examines how more young people can become cultural entrepreneurs

The Flemish cultural sector has undergone many changes in recent years. In 2006, the economic aspect of culture was recognised. Since then, cultural entrepreneurship has played an increasingly important role in the cultural landscape. But many young people - the next generation of entrepreneurs - experience barriers that prevent cultural participation and entrepreneurship. At the request of Pilar, VUB's House for Art and Science, psychology master's student Paulien Herck investigated how it could be encouraged among young people.
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