Building on the first joint conference in 2018, which was dedicated to the diversity and complexity of the cultural and creative industries, the follow-up conference discussed ways of using these factors through new narratives, methodological approaches and specific strategies. The event was organized jointly by the Federal Competence Centre for Cultural and Creative Industries (Germany) and ZHdK’s CreativeEconomies Research Venture (the predecessor of today’s ZCCE.
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Schwerpunkt Kulturpolitik: Zur Einkommenssituation von Kreativschaffenden
Ausgehend von den laufenden Diskussionen um die Einkommenssituation von Künstler:innen und Kreativschaffenden weisen wir auf grundsätzlichen Klärungsbedarf für die kulturpolitische Diskussion in der Schweiz hin. Das Papier versteht sich als Beitrag des ZCCE zur bis Ende September laufenden Vernehmlassung des Bundes zur Kulturbotschaft 2025 – 2028.
“Les empreintes créatives”: ZCCE’s report on the ICC in Geneva.
On June 13th, ZCCE's has released its long-awaited report on the creative and cultural industries, or ICC, in Geneva. The presentation of this report and the press conference that took place, in the presence of Sami Kanaan, "deputy mayor" of Geneva or "Conseiller administratif", in charge of the Department of Culture and Digital Transition, concluded a year of research by…
Frédéric MartelJune 26, 2023
Philanthropy and the Creatives – a new dynamic yet to be shaped
English I Focus on cultural policy: Philanthropy and the Creatives - a new dynamic yet to be shapedPrivate foundations and arts and culture have always been intertwined. Both areas have undergone majordevelopments in recent past. The foundation sector is increasingly being professionalized; arts and culture have broken out from their bubble into other fields of society and economy, creating thereby…
Carole Guertler, lic. phil. I / MASMay 30, 2023