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Special Report on

Creative Industries and Arts

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This brief paper was inspired by a presentation In April 2008 where, as the General Manager of the Australian Network for Art and Technology (ANAT), I addressed a CHASS workshop on Art and Innovation. After the presentation it became apparent that ANAT, in some ways, had been charting its own course in answering the question of the best way to get innovation from creative pursuit. ANAT had been using internal models that had been developed to help guide the organisation and these models were not being used outside of ANAT. One of the main concepts that highlighted a point of difference was a concept I had developed of ...
refers to a range of economic activities which are concerned with the generation or exploitation of knowledge and information. They may variously also be referred to as the cultural industries (especially in Europe ) or the creative economy . Howkins' creative economy comprises advertising , architecture , art , crafts , design , fashion , film , music , performing arts , publishing , R&D , software , toys and games , TV and radio , and video games . There remain, however, different definitions of the sector . The creative industries have been seen to become increasingly important to economic well-being, proponents ...
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
Artistic practice and unexpected intellectual property: Defining ...
workshop on Art and Innovation. After the presentation it became apparent that ANAT, in some ways, had been charting its own course in answering the question of the best way to get innovation from creative pursuit. ANAT had been using internal models that had been developed to help guide the organisation and these models were not being used outside of ANAT. One of the main concepts that highlighted a point of difference was a concept I had developed of Ancillary IPs. Diversifying creative practitioner revenue streams through a review of the full range of IP developed in creative practice has lead me to develop a concept of ... market research, surveys and trends
World's Best Cities: Glasgow | Runaway Jane
I love city life. I live, breath, eat, and sleep it! Never am I happier than in amongst it all, and as a result i’ve decided to start a regular post for what I consider to be some of the world’s best, as well as my tips for where you should go if you’re passing through.     The more places I visit, live, or travel, the more pieces of me seem to spread a little further. I’m always finding new and exciting places that I feel a strong connection too, but seeing as this is my first post in the category, I thought it would be apt to start with my city of birth, the place where my foundations lie, and where a ... market research, surveys and trends

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CREATIVE INDUSTRIES AND ARTS

Investing in Rural Creativity: New Rural Arts Strategy
estimated to have cost the national economy upwards of Ł8 billion in lost tourism ..... initiatives for themselves: new rural creative industries, and arts-led ..... partnerships and urban arts initiatives - e.g. percent for art and ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Creative Industries as Growth Engine
The cultural and creative industries are areas in which many developing countries enjoy some comparative advantage. The rise of the digital economy and the increasing commercialization of the arts create a window of opportunity for these countries. These industries also offer more sustainable development options than traditional exports because the sector draws on the creativity of local artists and entrepreneurs, generating higher levels of local value-added. Moreover, the sector has strong growth potential and plays a key role in the arena of identity formation. Cultural or creative industries are the economic activities of ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
RELATED NEWS
Battling it out over the city's creative future
A major public spat has erupted in Hamilton's arts community over a proposed "incubator" project known as the Creative Catalyst. At stake is whether city council will unlock $500,000 in public funds to get it going or walk away from the project altogether. And a secondary controversy has also popped up: Who actually "owns" the project concept -- the city or the local arts group that proposed it? "The Imperial Cotton Centre for the Arts (ICCA) does (own it)," Jeremy Freiburger, executive director of the non-profit arts advocacy group, said last week. The city will have to decide if it wants to partner in the project, he ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Shoppers flood inaugural LA Flea Market at Dodger Stadium
The flea market takes place on the fourth Sunday of every month at Dodger Stadium and hosts 500 vendors, a food court made of food trucks, live music, and V.I.P amenities. Under the merciless morning sun, shoppers spooned frozen lemonade from paper cups and rifled through plants, taffeta dresses, and animal-themed housewares. To the east, Downtown L.A.’s skyscrapers stood cloaked in the early morning haze of summer smog, welcoming shoppers to the grand opening of the L.A. Flea Market at Dodger Stadium. The flea market takes place on the fourth Sunday of every month and will host 500 vendors, a food court of food trucks, live ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

INFORMATION RESOURCES

Auckland City Creative Industries - Action plan: Document A ...
Greater connection between Auckland's environment especially buildings and spaces with the creative industries and arts. Landscape includes natural, built ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
The economic impact of the creative arts industries: New York and ...
geographic concentration of the 27 creative arts industries in New York and Los Angeles. ... the creative arts industries in 2006, about 1 out of every ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Creative Industries, Economic Opportunities and New Global Identities
Harry Potter exemplifies the creative industries range across production industries, service industries and arts and crafts industries: the idea became the ...
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CREATIVE INDUSTRIES AND ARTS
  1. profile image Jensonb When the backbone of the UK Economy is Arts, Creative, & Cultural industries, why are the ConDems only funding Maths and Science Degrees?
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
What is the creative industries all about? When and how did they ...
I researched your question.  There are 2 companies which share the same name.  I will provide you with both answers.  Based on your selection of topics, I am guessing the first answer is the one you seek. What is Creative Industries all about? And, when were they founded? Creative Industries is a manufacturer of pottery wheels in Cajon, CA since 1971. They sell several lines of pottery wheels from around $400 to $900.  They also sell a variety of accessories to go along with the pottery wheels. They sell to a variety of customers, including educational institutions. http://www.creativewheels.com/_About+Us.html
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