Creative and cultural industries
The second instalment of Creative Forum Ljubljana will be under way tomorrow, bearing the title of Creative Capital United. Focusing on the Western Balkans and the Southern Mediterranean, the event will unite more than 200 participants from 20 countries in an effort to strengthen ties in support of the creative economy.
The creative economy, in some ways, defies definition almost by definition. But its significant 3% contribution to global gross domestic product (GDP) makes it a powerful emerging economic sector that is being strengthened by a surge in digitalization and services.
Desde que el presidente Iván Duque asumió la presidencia de la República, el desarrollo de la economía naranja o de la economía creativa se ha convertido en una de las banderas del Gobierno.
National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) director Nicholas Moyo has encouraged stakeholders in the arts industry to support awards in various art genres to develop the creative sector.
Last week, the Chilean music industry delegation arrived in Tampere, Finland, to be part of WOMEX, the largest international fair in the world, which annually brings together almost 3,000 agents from 92 countries.
Culture Ministers from the Republic of Korea and 10 Southeast Asian nations gathered on 23-24 October in Gwangju, Korea at the 2019 Special Meeting of the ASEAN-Republic of Korea Ministers Responsible for Culture and Arts.