On the Governance and Management of Artistic Creativity in Europe
Danielle Cliche, Ritva Mitchell, Andreas Wiesand in co-operation with Ilkka Heiskanen and Luca Dal Pozzolo.
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ARCult Media, 2002
Network of European Foundations for Innovative Action
Creative Europe presents the main results of a three year empirical and conceptual research analysing:
During the research process, 13 case studies, 20 country profiles, and 6 sector analyses were produced.Â Eight seminars and debates were organised within the context of the projects to acquire additional 'voices from the field'.
NOTE: ERICarts' "Creative Europe" project was not conceived as a preparatory study for the current programme of the European Union (2014-2020), which has borrowed its name. However, some of the study's insights and the portraits of innovative projects can still be considered as starting-points for reflections about new efforts towards meaningful cultural/artistic cooperation in Europe...
"An impressive piece of research and thinking."
"It is likely to become required reading for policy makers, researchers, government agencies, funding bodies and professional arts organisations."
Arts Professional Magazine
"The recommendations are of utmost interest for the Sector for Culture as they come at a time when UNESCO is entrusted with building a new international instrument on cultural diversity."
Katerina Stenou, UNESCO
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Information resources can be downloaded from the project website.