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  • ‘The Creative Bureaucracy’, by Charles Landry

    Riga: ‘The Creative Bureaucracy’, a lecture and workshop with various Latvian ministries on how their bureaucracies can re-invent themselves. One obvious focus is using IT in interesting ways based on smart cities principles which focuses on getting better information feedback. Yet the i › More

    • 22.05.2013
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  • The personality of cities, by Charles Landry

    I always like thinking of cities as if they were a person. It makes it easier for me to get a grip on them. Traditionally when we assess a city we look at its employment rate, its industries, its locational assets and resources, its history or how well connected they are. By contrast thinking of a c › More

    • 05.05.2013
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  • Creative City Dialogue 2013

    The Creative City Dialogue was a three hours long event revolving around key note speaker (Mike Harris, Head of Leisure & Culture, Southampton City Council), a dialogue, a workshop and music composed for the Creative City Dialogue by Giovanni Tria. The Cultural Quarter was introduced by Mike Har › More

    • 04.05.2013
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  • The intercultural city and City-making - Interview with Charles Landry

    Planning creativity, culture and cities often leads to hyped tunnel visions, in which the cultural creatives are viewed from the economic point of view mostly. This is a shame, says Charles Landry, for culture is much more than economic value or the rise of the creative industries. Landry pleas for › More

    • 04.05.2013
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  • A Manifesto for the Creative Economy

    Hot off the press – Nesta, the UK’s innovation foundation, has published a Manifesto for the Creative Economy with a 10-point plan on how to bolster this fast growing sector. › More

    • 02.05.2013
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