SPECIAL GUESTS – views & voices

21.05.2013
“Culture planning” is an ambiguous and disputed term. For a long time, it has been frowned upon in the field of culture policy. It did not seem to go well with the stubbornness, originality, autonomy, and spontaneity of art in all its facets. This attitude, though, loses more and more more ...
03.05.2013
The author of this fifth and final part of our Nesta cultural and creative industries series on LABKULTUR is a colleague of the three makers of the Nesta/CCI study A Dynamic Mapping of the UK's Creative Industries. Geoff Mulgan is Chief Executive of Nesta. From 2004-2011 he was the first Chief more ...
La Kunsthalle Mulhouse, “Sous nos yeux”, March, 2013
10.04.2013
This post is an effort to comprehend the terrains of freedom that enable creative initiatives, gestures and processes to be manifested in the world. As an artist residing in Greece for the last couple of years, I was invited to be the artist-in-residence for two months at La Kunsthalle Mulhouse in more ...
05.04.2013
The creative industries are now widely recognized as an important force in the economy and the labour market. While states around Europe struggle to define a common term of the Cultural and Creative Industries (CCI) the London-based innovation think tank Nesta takes a much closer look and defines more ...
18.01.2013
Since 1991 KEA is a Brussels-based strategic consultancy and research centre providing advice, support and research in relation to creative industries, cultural, entertainment, media and sport sectors. KEA acts as a European hub to foster culture and creative industries and culture-based innovation more ...
21.12.2012
In his study the Milan professor Pier Luigi Sacco (IULM) shows the historical development of what we know as "Culture". By analogy with the fast development of the internet and its incarnations, Sacco sets out that there was a pre-industrial Culture 1.0 that evolved over a long period of more ...
14.12.2012
In his study the Milan professor Pier Luigi Sacco (IULM) shows the historical development of what we know as "Culture". By analogy with the fast development of the internet and its incarnations, Sacco sets out that there was a pre-industrial Culture 1.0 that evolved over a long period of more ...
07.12.2012
In his study the Milan professor Pier Luigi Sacco (IULM) shows the historical development of what we know as "Culture". By analogy with the fast development of the internet and its incarnations, Sacco sets out that there was a pre-industrial Culture 1.0 that evolved over a long period of more ...
30.11.2012
In his study the Milan professor Pier Luigi Sacco (IULM) shows the historical development of what we know as "Culture". By analogy with the fast development of the internet and its incarnations, Sacco sets out that there was a pre-industrial Culture 1.0 that evolved over a long period of more ...
23.11.2012
In his study the Milan professor Pier Luigi Sacco (IULM) shows the historical development of what we know as "Culture". By analogy with the fast development of the internet and its incarnations, Sacco sets out that there was a pre-industrial Culture 1.0 that evolved over a long period of more ...
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