Conference & Workshop

INNOVATION SUMMIT III: THE BIGGER PICTURE: A STRONG VOICE FOR INNOVATION SUPPORT


THE ARTS+ SALON 10. October 2018 16:00 - 18:30

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UGO BACCHELLA
OCTAVIO KULESZ
PIERRE-YVES DANET
BERND FESEL
SIMONA DE ROSA
SYLVIA AMANN
CHRISTINE M. MERKEL
GIOVANNA BARNI
PEDRO VELÁZQUEZ
LLUIS BONET
ANDREA NICOLAI
ANISIA AVRAM
NINA KLEIN
HOLGER VOLLAND

This last – and most relevant – strand of the Summit aims to give a bigger picture of the creative sectors as a whole: What are the main barriers to tech-triggered innovation? How can we tackle them – together? And what can be the role of the public sector in this? You can expect to meet – and work together with – highly inspiring international players from culture, business, technology and policy. We will discuss the results of the preceding workshops on the cultural heritage and book publishing sectors, and explore case studies from other creative sectors such as games and journalism. Our aim is to come up with a public manifesto on why the creative sectors need innovation support – and how to best go on about it.

Hosts: Nina Klein, Programme Curator THE ARTS+ Innovation Summit; Holger Volland, Founder THE ARTS+

 

SPEAKERS

  1. Sector-insight 1: Focus on Fragmentation: Cultural Policies in the age of platforms, Octavio Kulesz, Editorio Teseo, co-author of the UNESCO Global report on “Reshaping Cultural Policies” 2018 (Argentina); round table moderation by Christine M. Merkel,  Head, Division of Culture, Communication, Memory of the World, German Commission for UNESCO
  2. Sector-insight 2: Sylvia Amann, inforelais, Co-Chair of the Open Method of Coordination (OMC) Report of the EU member states’ experts: The role of public policies in developing entrepreneurial and innovation potential of the cultural and creative sectors; round table moderation tba by EU Commission, Directorate General for Education & Culture/ Creative Europe Programme; moderator: Pedro Velázquez, Deputy Head of the Creative Europe Unit, EU Commission, Directorate General for Education & Culture
  3. Sector-insight 3: “Facing fragmentation: Cooperatives – A solution for providing digital and social innovation for a sustainable cultural development?”; round table moderation tba by Fitzcarraldo Foundation/ArtLab, Giovanna Barni, Vice President of CulTurMedia-Legacoop (Italy), round table moderation tba by Fitzcarraldo Foundation/ ArtLab: moderator: Lluis Bonet, Professor of Public Economy, and Director of the Doctoral and the Graduate Program on Cultural Management at the University of Barcelona
  4. Sector-Insight 4:  “What are the specifics of innovation within the creative sectors? And how can general industry politics accomodate these better? Best Practice Case: The EU’s Digital Europe Initiative/ Digital Innovation Hubs, Pierre-Yves Danet, Head of collaborative research Europe at Orange Labs (France); round table moderation tba by New European Media (NEM), moderator: Anisia Avram, Policy Officer, European Commission, Directorate General Communications Networks, Content and Technology, Unit G/2: Interactive Technologies, Digital for Culture and Education
  5. Cross-sector Insight: What’s best for media innovation support? Joint policy recommendations of  three Eu-funded projects – I3/ VitalMedia/ Mediaroad, Simona de Rosa, T6 Ecosystems (Italy), round table moderation by T6 Ecosystems, Moderator: Andrea Nicolai, Founder
  6. “Manifesto on Innovation Support for Culture”: discussion in the plenary with: Ugo Bacchella, president of Fitzcarraldo Foundation/ ArtLab (Italy) & Bernd Fesel, director European Creative Business Network (ECBN) (Netherlands)

 

 

The Innovation Summit is by invitation only, and spaces are limited (max. 100), please contact Nina Klein klein@book-fair.com and pre-register here if you’re interested in attending.

 

FUNDING PARTNERS:

The Innovation Summit is organized as part of ALDUS, the European Book Fairs’ Network, and is co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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