Policy, Business, Education, Research and Tech in the Creative Industries
Weekly, April 23 – 29 2018

Apr 23, 2018, Tibor Navracsics: New Agenda for Culture

“In May, I will present an ambitious new Agenda for #Culture in which #culturalheritage will be central – we need to reinforce cooperation at local, regional but also global level #EuropeForCulture”.

Apr 23, 2018, Creative Industry Košice: Foto Academy by CIKE & Woont studio

“Custom made series of workshops for the talented photographers from Eastern Slovakia. Produced by Woont studio and Creative Industry Košice, Foto Academy is a unique format of teaching and learning offered at a highly practical level by the professionals”. Watch the video at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndpvaa6p51c&feature=youtu.be&a=

Apr 23, 2018, ICOM: Women in Museums

“The majority of museums with budgets less than $15 million are run by a female rather than a male director. The reverse is true for museums with budgets of over $15 million, where female representation decreases as budget size increases. #MuseumWeek #WomenMW #womeninmuseums”.

Apr 24, 2018, Arts Council England: Publication “Export of Objects of Cultural Interest: 2016/17”

“Last year, artistic and cultural national treasures [in the UK] worth £12 million were saved from export out of the UK and acquired for public collections”. Access the publication at: https://www.artscouncil.org.uk/publication/export-objects-cultural-interest-201617

Apr 26, 2018, Arts in Health Forum: CoolTan Arts Exhibition

“An exhibition showcasing individual artists’s work made over the last year, from a range of creative workshops including visual arts, textiles and digital media (4-10 June 2018)”. More information at: http://www.creativityandwellbeing.org.uk/week/events/cooltan-arts-exhibition

Apr 26, 2018, inews: “‘Schools are killing creativity’ – the education expert who believes dance is as important as maths”, by Etan Smallman

“Parents can improve the way their children learn, even if our education system does little to boost their free thinking, schools expert Sir Ken Robinson tells Etan Smallman”. Read more at: https://inews.co.uk/news/education/creativity-schools-arts-education-sir-ken-robinson/

Apr 26, 2018, Cultural King’s‏: ‘Leading Culture in the 21st Century’

“’Leading Culture in the 21st Century’ is a new executive education programme for senior cultural leaders, both in the UK and around the world”. More information at: https://issuu.com/kcl95/docs/180328_culture_-_a_year_in_review_f

Apr 26, 2018, European Commission: Audiovisual media services: breakthrough in EU negotiations for modern and fairer rules

“Breakthrough on audiovisual media services rules for the #DigitalSingleMarket! New rules will strengthen protection of minors and the battle against hate speech, promote European audiovisual productions, and guarantee the independence of regulators”. More information at: http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_IP-18-3567_en.htm

Apr 27, 2018, THE ARTS+: The economic impact of culture and creativity in the future

“Caroline Atkinson (Public Policy, @Google) talks about “The economic impact of #culture and #creativity in the future”. Listen to our Biweekly #Podcast produced by @detektorfm: https://soundcloud.com/detektorfm-wort/caroline-atkinson-the-economic-impact-of-culture-and-creativity-in-the-future?in=detektorfm-wort/sets/n99-the-arts-podcast-english”.