Museums and Creativity
Creativity and innovation are fundamental dimensions of human activity and essential to economic prosperity. Museums nurture creativity and innovation; they form a collective memory and create a sense of direction, and they act as a space for reflection on the present and a source of inspiration for new creative and innovative concepts.
There is a growing interest in the role of 'cultural' and 'creative' activity in the economy in the last years. Museums have proven and continue to prove their contribution to the intangible and tangible benefits for society in this regard.
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Recent News in Museums and the Creative Economy
Publication: The economy of culture in the digital age in Europe News, Museum Management, Museums in a Digital World, Cultural Creativity
04.07.2017 | The European Commission's Directorate-General on Education and Culture published a mapping of the creative value chains in the European Union. It takes a look at the Cultural and Creative Sectors (CCS) in relation to digitisation.
Engaged Museums: Access, Technology and New Audiences - Report from 7th ASEMUS General Conference News, Museums as Social Agents, Audience Development, Cultural Creativity
06.06.2017 | From 15-17 March 2017 the 7th ASEMUS General Conference welcomed 70 participants to New Delhi. Which tasks does the social role of museums encompass? How can audience engagement be designed? Where does participation dock on?
#MuseumWeek 2017 - Registration open News, Projects & Calls, Cultural Creativity, Museums in a Digital World, Audience Development, NEMO activities
30.05.2017 | From 19-25 June 2017 #MuseumWeek puts cultural institutions into focus. This year's theme "lifestyle" invites new perspectives on the institutions.
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