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Digitale Learning Journey XII: How are the cultural and creative industries shaping urban futures?

8. September @ 18:00 - 19:30

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  • Datum:
    8. September
  • Zeit:
    18:00 - 19:30

Digitale Learning Journey XII: How are the cultural and creative industries shaping urban futures?

 

>> English description below

 

Die Learning Journeys sind zurück aus der Sommerpause: Wie gewohnt wagen wir an drei Stationen – digital – einen Blick hinter die Kulissen und lassen Expert*innen zu einem bestimmten Thema zu Wort kommen.  Dabei sind auch Ihre Fragen herzlich willkommen! Dieses Mal geht es um urbane Zukünfte:

Städte befinden sich in der Transformation. Die Verdichtung des Lebens, die sie so erfolgreich gemacht haben, wird durch ökonomischen und gesellschaftlichen Wandel, die zunehmende Digitalisierung und nicht zuletzt die Pandemie in Frage gestellt. Wie können sie als innovative Zukunftsorte neue Bedeutung erlangen? Dass Kultur- und Kreativwirtschaft bei dieser Transformation der Städte mehr sein kann und mehr ist als kreative Zwischennutzung von Freiflächen, zeigt das Dossier „Urbane Zukunft durch Kultur- und Kreativwirtschaft“. Mit einigen der Expert*innen aus 10 internationalen Städten, die darin vorgestellt werden, sprechen wir bei dieser Learning Journey. Die Veranstaltung wird aufgrund dieser internationalen Ausrichtung diesmal ausnahmsweise in englischer Sprache stattfinden.

Haben Sie Lust, sich weiter mit dem Thema Stadtentwicklung & Kultur- und Kreativwirtschaft zu beschäftigen? Dann melden Sie sich hier bei dem Innovation Camp UMPFLASTERN an und entwickeln Sie gemeinsam mit Expert*innen vom 16.-18.09.2021 neue Wege für lebendige Innenstädte!

 

English:

During our digital Learning Journeys, we take a look behind the scenes and let experts speak about a specific topic.  Your questions are also very welcome! This time it’s all about urban futures:

Cities are transforming. The densification of life that has made them so successful is challenged by economic and social change, increasing digitalization, and the pandemic. How can they gain a new significance as innovative places in the future? The role of cultural and creative industries within this transformation can be more than just the creative temporary use of empty spaces. The paper “Urbane Zukunft durch Kultur- und Kreativwirtschaft” (Urban future with cultural and creative industries) features 10 international cities where the cultural and creative industries have played a central role in their development. We will talk to some of the involved experts during this Learning Journey. The event will be held in English.

 

We will meet the following experts:

Tom Fleming
Tom Fleming Creative Consultancy

Tom Fleming is a leading authority on cultural policy and strategy – for cities, regions, and nations. Based in London and Porto and with associates in every global region, he works to develop sustainable, inclusive approaches to culture and the creative economy, with a focus on effective evidence capture, partnership-making, and innovative thinking. This includes multiple cultural strategies and plans for cities, from cultural hubs and districts to advising on European Capitals of Culture and UNESCO Creative Cities.

www.tfconsultancy.co.uk | twitter and instagram: @tfconsultancy

Michal Hladký
director, Creative Industry Košice

Michal Hladký is the director of Creative Industry Košice, the legacy organization after Košice European Capital of Culture 2013. He is one author of the Košice ECoC bid project concept and has over 13 years of experience with its implementation and sustainability strategy. Michal is leading on and is part of international projects for CCI’s development, education, mobilities, and business models. He represented Slovakia in the OMC expert group for export and internationalization 2012-2014. He is co-chair of the European Creative Bussines Network with the role of EU project lead. He is one of the authors of Košice Creative Economy Masterplan and Košice Cultural Strategy and the culture and creative industries policy advisor on the city and regional level. Michal participates in several EU programs such as Urban Innovative Actions, Erasmus+, Erasmus for young entrepreneurs, Creative Europe, COSME, Interreg, or Urbact II. He has also years of experience with cross-sectorial projects and collaboration with a focus on CCI spillovers. CIKE is the focal point responsible for Košice UNESCO Creative City of Media Arts and UCCN membership activities.

Barbara Rettenmaier
urban planner, Karlsruher Fächer GmbH

Barbara Rettenmaier is an urban planner and works for a municipal real estate company. She is responsible for project development and was the project manager for the transformation of the Alter Schlachthof (Old Slaughterhouse) in Karlsruhe into a commercial area for the cultural and creative industries.

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