Establish new forms of engagement through physical events and forums Provide incentives for the involvement of cultural and creative actors entrepreneurs, companies, creators and for capacity building measures for intermediaries associations, networks, cluster organisations, hubs, festivals etc.
What are the tensions between the safeguarding of cultural heritage and the dissemination of knowledge about culture? Develop an adequate measuring framework for multi-dimensional values created.
This builds on important policy work on cultural heritage done by the BelgianLithuanianGreek and Italian Presidencies of the European Union. At present, it seems that each player is grappling alone to overcome this innovation gap.
Module 4 Project Creation Project Creation Using the knowledges and competences gathered during the Master course, participants have in this last part of the course the possibility to experiment what they have learned simulating a real work experience.
The conclusions emphasize the important role that cultural heritage plays in creating and enhancing social capital, as well as its important economic impact and its specific role in achieving the Europe strategy goals for a smart, sustainable and inclusive growth because of its social and economic impact and its key contribution to environmental sustainability.
This results in consciously driven misinformation on a large scale.
Where is innovation produced? The cultural and creative sectors work largely in isolation from each another, as well as from other sectors. Culture helps us make sense of our world, and it should provide a moral compass for technology. Each of these five sections includes a chapter introducing the analytical framework and possible implications, followed by case histories from China, Italy, Malta, Turkey, and Peru.
Evidence suggests the Prize for Cultural Heritage enjoys a high level of visibility and awareness in the sector and is considered to be the top European prize for cultural heritage.
EU Institutions Towards an integrated approach to cultural heritage for Europe July The Communication recognises that the contribution of cultural heritage to economic growth and social cohesion is undervalued and examines how the societal value of the sector is addressed in current actions and funding programmes.
Conversely, there is also a danger that existing values and capacities will be lost with the digital shift. Open innovative, digital and creative hubs. Scaling up activities is different for creative companies than for companies in other sectors see point 3.
The cultural heritage of the European Union is a rich and diverse mosaic of cultural and creative expressions, our inheritance from previous generations of Europeans and our legacy for those to come.
In May EU Culture Ministers called for the "mainstreaming of cultural heritage in national and European policies", and "the development of a strategic approach to cultural heritage". They all share an interest in the contribution of intellectual property to the role of cultural institutions in making culture accessible and encouraging new creativity.
None of the big platforms has a genuine business interest in paid content: Who owns culture and cultural heritage?
Whilst the Member States are principally responsible for their own cultural heritage policy, European cultural heritage benefits from a range of supportive measures policies, programmes and funding aimed at preserving art.
Most creative sectors are subject to extensive regulation of a specific kind. The book ends with a chapter of concluding reflections.
The course aims at explaining what is a business plan, what are the essential parts and, in particular, which are the elements that make a good business plan. Digitisation and new technologies have only just started paving the way for broader convergence, while the political structures do not yet reflect the growing need for unity.
There is a real need for the public sector to forge a partnership with the cultural and creative sectors, not only when it comes to policy making, but also in terms of public procurement.
WHO We will discuss with researchers, innovation providers, policy makers, representatives from cultural institutions, start-ups and incubators, business companies, creatives, pioneers from technology and economics, European institutions.FUTURE OF EUROPEAN CULTURAL COOPERATION Resolution.
After an exchange of views, the Council agreed on the following Resolution on a new work plan on cooperation in the field of culture with a view to its adoption at a forthcoming meeting once the text was finalised. Nov 01, · The European Culture Forum is a biennial event taking place every two years to raise the profile of European cultural cooperation, bring together the key players in the sector, take stock of the implementation of the European Agenda for Culture, and foster debate on EU culture policy and initiatives.
European Creative Business Network (ECBN): The Cultural and Creative Industries in Europe.
Uncharted Territory. discussing ‘digital’ strategy for cultural heritage institutions at the Frankfurt Book Fair,URL. European Policy Brief: The Cultural Heritage Institution: Transformation and Change in Digital Age. RICHES Project. The cultural heritage of the European Union is a rich and diverse mosaic of cultural and creative expressions, our inheritance from previous generations of Europeans and our legacy for those to come.
It includes natural, built and archaeological sites, museums; monuments, artworks; historic cities; literary, musical, and audiovisual works, and.
Around – heritage players from all over Europe – professionals and volunteers, members of Europa Nostra and the European Heritage Alliancepartners from the wider fields of culture and economy, and representatives from various EU institutions and governmental networks – will gather in Turku for the Congress.
Nov 01, · The European Culture Forum is a biennial flagship event organised by the European Commission, aimed at raising the profile of European cultural cooperation, uniting the sector's key players, taking stock the European Agenda for Culture's implementation, and sparking debate on EU culture policy and initiatives.Download