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La traducción al español ha sidoposible gracias al apoyo de Organización de Estados Iberoamericanos (OEI).
P. 44 end of paragraph 2: Dalborg & Löfgren 2016:27.
p. 46: end of paragraph 1: Kolsteeg 18 august 2016.
p. 46: after ‘iconic cultural organisations’: Price 2016.
p. 47: paragraph 3, after sentence 3: Dalborg & Löfgren 2016: 21.
p. 48: last paragraph: Dalborgh & Löfgren 2016: 21.
p. 49: second paragraph, after sentence 2: Price 2016.
p. 50: beginning 2 paragraph: During the project ‘Cultural Leadership and the artist’ led by Anne Douglas, Chris Fremantle and Jonathan Price (2015-2016) and the FIKA project we had several discussions about how an education programme in cultural leadership should look like.
p. 50: last paragraph, after sentence 3: Kolsteeg 2016.
Additional to reference list: Dalborg, K & Löfgren, M., Cultural Leadership in 3D. Introduction. In: Dalborg, K. & Löfgren, M. (ed.) (2016). The FIKA Project. Perspectives on Cultural Leadership. Nätverkstan Kultur, Latvia: Livonia Print: 9-29.
The article is based on the publication of The FIKA Project. Perspectives on Cultural Leadership. Nätverkstan Kultur (2016) and the Programme ‘Cultural leadership and the place of the Artist’(okt 2015-nov 2016), organised by Prof. Anne Douglas, Chris Fremantle and Jonathan Price in the framework of the project On The Edge, Gray's School of Art/the Robert Gordon University (Aberdeen), and funded by the UK's Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and in partnership with Creative Scotland, The Clore Leadership Programme and ENCATC. The references to Dr Johan Kolsteeg (UGroningen, The Netherlands) made in the text are based on a conversation with him on 18th of August 2016.