Cultural Heritage and Creative City / Regional Development

Ready for the workshop in the Scarlet Hall of the Petofi Irodalmi Múzeum

The 10th CreativeCH workshop addressed the role of cultural heritage and creative industries in the development of cities and regions. It was held on the 16th of September 2014 in Budapest at the Petofi Irodalmi Múzeum.

The workshop was organised in a collaboration with the Institute for Social and European Studies (ISES), Köszeg, Hungary. The Institute since 2011 holds the UNESCO Chair in Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainability, and offers a post-graduate programme that provides an interdisciplinary specialization in cultural heritage and sustainable development.

The workshop brought together experts from Hungary and other countries, including from Creative SpIN (Spillovers of Innovation), a network of European cities funded under the URBACT programme.

To read more about the workshop, please visit our dedicated page.

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The Concept

The CreativeCH workshop programme consists of 10 events with thematics related to the project core subject.

They are held in different EU Member States and hosted at larger events, with the objective of sharing, discussing and consolidate the current knowledge and experiences in the cooperation of organisations from the different sectors

With the workshops and related activities such as the CHIEF online forum, the project aims to be able to put together a rich and inspiring knowledge base, that will be compiled in an handbook and toolkit for creative cooperation in cultural heritage.

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CreativeCH is a FP7 project funded by the European Commission. The views and opinions expressed in this publication are the sole responsibility of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Commission.