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The inaugural Nesta Creative Economy symposium, brings together practitioners, researchers, creators and policymakers from across the creative economy to unite, think differently, and explore a future built together.
What could the future look like if creativity were at the heart of it?
Places Matter is a biennial conference series and a partnership between the Arts Council and Local Government. The next Places Matter conference will take place in Galway on 27 and 28 March 2019.
La tercera Cumbre de Cultura de CGLU se celebrará en Buenos Aires (República Argentina) del 3 al 5 de abril de 2019, con el auspicio del Gobierno de la Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires.
The second Arctic Arts Summit will be organized on 4-5 June 2019 in Rovaniemi, Finland. The Arctic region is changing rapidly. On the one hand, ecological, cultural, social and economical changes pose challenges for well-being and sustainable development and on the other hand, some of the changes also create new possibilities. In the Arctic Arts Summit 2019 the challenges and circumstances in the Arctic are seen as 'laboratory' in which sustainable art and cultural policy is developed in collaboration with all of the Arctic counties. Artists and representatives of art and cultural policy will discuss the theme and promote circumpolar collaboration. The event will be the second Arctic Art Summit: the first one was arranged in Harstad, Norway, in 2017.