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From Digital to Live! How to create a memorable customer experience

DISCE (Developing Inclusive and Sustainable Creative Economies) is partnering up with the Digi – ET project (Sustainable growth from the smart experience economy) to host a workshop focused on highlighting stories of people working in the cultural and creative industries in Pori and Satakunta region. The University of Turku School of Business in cooperation with the Continue Reading

New UNESCO report published: Gender and Creativity: Progress on the precipice

DISCE consortium member Dr Bridget Conor from King’s College London has just published a new report for UNESCO: Gender and Creativity: Progress on the precipice. The report is based on more than a year of research and collaboration with UNESCO and partners assessing our collective progress towards gender equality in cultural and media industries. It’s Continue Reading

DISCE workshop “Public policies and European projects at the service of cultural and creative economies”

On December 17th, the 3rd DISCE workshop “Public policies and European projects at the service of cultural and creative economies” brought together leading experts in the field of cultural and creative industries. The event provided an opportunity to exchange views and discuss policy implications of major projects and initiatives in the CCI landscape in Europe. Continue Reading

DISCE workshop “Institutionalizing culture-led urban regeneration: risks and potentials for policy-makers and cultural practitioners”

On December 15th, Italian urban and cultural practitioners, as well as economic academics, gathered together online to participate in the DISCE workshop “Institutionalizing culture-led urban regeneration: risks and potentials for policy-makers and cultural practitioners”.  The event was joined by Francesco Campagnari (Researcher, Trans Europe Halles), Silvia Tagliazucchi (Urban regeneration officer, Ovestlab and Lo stato dei Continue Reading

DISCE workshop “A way forward: Cultural Policies for shifting gear or shifting ground?”

On December 10th, the city of Nicosia, Cyprus, welcomed the DISCE workshop “A way forward: Cultural Policies for shifting gear or shifting ground?”. Within the context of DISCE, NiMAC – Nicosia Municipal Arts Center presented a panel discussion joined by Yiannis Toumazis (Director of NiMAC and Professor in Art History and Theory at Frederick University), Continue Reading

“Who cares about creative and cultural workers in Europe?” Fill in the survey before July 3rd!

Tamsyn Dent, King’s College London What do we mean by ‘who cares’? “But remember that words are signals, counters. They are not immortal” (Brian Friel, Translations, 1980) Working on a collaborative research project that involves partners from across Europe including Spain, Italy, Finland, the UK, Latvia, Sweden, Turkey and beyond, New Zealand and Jamaica, who Continue Reading