CUMEDIAE and Trans Europe Halles, partners of the DISCE Consortium, are organising a webinar series (2 episodes) on the current and immediate state of creative economies in the context of COVID-19 crisis. We will be exploring with CCI´s stakeholders how does COVID-19 affect the creative economies in the EU and how can we thrive through Continue Reading
DISCE researchers Roberta Comunian, Tamsyn Dent, Bridget Conor and Chiara Burlina have published this week a new report on “Creative Higher Education in Europe Statistics”. The report – a core part of the research of WP3 (Creative workforce, skills and education) – reviews current data and knowledge in relation to the provision of creative subjects Continue Reading
The CCIs sector is undergoing a time of severe changes. The COVID-19 crisis has been impacting the lives of many, and the cultural and creative sectors are not immune. Many organisations and professionals are facing new challenges, rethinking their work and their lives. But in these times of isolation, culture can come in support to the Continue Reading
The King’s College London Department of Culture, Media and Creative Industries and Policy Evidence Centre Creative Industries Research Frontiers Seminar Series. Seminar 1. Creative and cultural ecologies: Mapping and understanding 22nd January 2020 Anatomy Museum, King’s College London On January 22nd, King’s College London hosted the first in a seminar series titled ‘Creative Industries Research Continue Reading
On October 16th, the city of Timisoara, Romania, welcomed the second DISCE Co-Creation Lab. Co-creation events are one of the approaches used by DISCE to engage with stakeholders to validate the policy relevance of the project, to co-design and co-produce the research so to achieve long-term impact and sustainability. The lab of Timisoara was successfully Continue Reading
Principal Investigator Jarna Heinonen invites CCI stakeholders to challenge research and thinking for more inclusive and sustainable outcomes: Interview
How was the concept of the DISCE project first born? Looking back retrospectively, this all was like a ‘hand book version’ of how to write a successful bid. After having decided to bid for H2020 we went carefully through the calls in order to find the most suitable one for us and our competences and expertise. Continue Reading
Principal investigator Jarna Heinonen from University of Turku introduces DISCE project during the kick-off event in Dresden, Germany on May 17th, 2019. “We want to be involved in creating better, more inclusive and more sustainable creative economies in Europe“ Have a look at the video to know more!