Welcome to the Fall 2016 issue of CultureWork!
This issue examines the theory and practice of cultural managers as “masters of interspaces” and ways in which this perspective informs cultural programming in certain European arts and culture sectors. Patrick Föhl and Gernot Wolfram, German cultural managers and educators, describe the multiple ways in which arts and cultural managers translate, mediate, cooperate, facilitate, and network to build relationships and broker with essential stakeholders. These approaches encourage purposeful, meaningful, and planned approaches to the “interspaces” found in the roles and organizations of arts and culture workers. Föhl and Wolfram describe the requirements needed for interspace management to succeed and be sustainable over time.