The Working Group Museums and Creative Industries was founded in 2014 and is looking into the mapping of various sorts of cooperation among museums and creative sector agents in order to raise the profile of museums in the context of creative industries, learn more about, measure and map the value and benefit of, and stimulate future cooperations between museums and creative industries. The think tank Creative Museum has been coordinating the working group Museums and Creative Industries within the NEMO since 2014.
The Working Group Museums and Creative Industries will contribute to the increase of knowledge and expertise regarding cooperation between museums and creative industries in view to growth and jobs - the strategic objectives of th Europe 2020 Strategy.
For current and recent Working Group activities, please see here.
- mapping innovative practice at the junction of creative industries and museums in selected NEMO member countries - Poland, Romania and Iceland - following mapping in Latvia in 2015
- 7 June 2016 // Bucharest, Romania
Working Group Meeting in Bucharest, Romania and joint attendance at the We Are Museums Conference from 6-8 June 2016
- 12 November 2016 // Karlsruhe, Germany
Working Group Meeting during NEMO's Annual Conference
- June 2015
Report Museums and Creative Industries: Mapping Cooperation
- 7 November 2015 // Pilsen, Czech Republic
Presentation of publication, methodology and toolkit of Museums and Creative Industries: Mapping Cooperation
During NEMO's Annual Conference exchange with European Capital of Culture Pilsen 2015 about synergies between museums and the activities organised in the course of Pilsen 2015
NEMO's Working Group Museums and Creative Industries published a report to map cooperation in June 2015. As one of the key aspects for successful developments of creative industries, co-operations need to be analysed for their characteristics to figure out which factors play an important role for synergies and help increase the impact on the economy. For this analysis a methodology was developed and tested. The methodology was developed further and made available in the toolkit Museums and Creative Industries: Mapping Cooperation in November 2015. It also contains results from the first application of the toolkit to examine museums in Latvia. The research continues throughout 2016 and 2017 in several other European countries.
- 8 November 2014 / NEMO Annual Conference Bologna
Introducing the project and forming working group