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Creative Industries Seminar: The Creative Industries are dead. Long Live the Creative Industries

As part of our ongoing commitment to supporting the Creative Sector, our partner Staffordshire University has developed a series of diverse talks, sessions and practical workshops that support the exploration of small and big challenges facing the creative sector.

This unique series of events will be of interest to micro-cultural producers and artists, small and medium creative businesses, social enterprises and individuals interested in the potential of creative placemaking in Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire. Research informed events by national and international experts will have a local focus, a local relevance and hopefully a local impact

The second event in this series is... The creative industries are dead...Long Live the Creative Industries by Carola Boehm

A talk with on how the consumption of culture and arts is affording the creative industries to adapt as users desire personalised, immersive experiences rather than mass produced products or services. This shift in how we consume and participate in cultural and creative activities has wide reaching consequences for the industry, and specifically opportunities for the micro- and SME cultural producers able to take advantage of the underpinning paradigm turn.

 

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Date: Wednesday 2nd May 2018
Time: 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Venue: Staffordshire University, College Road, The Digital Kiln Breakout Space, 5th floor Mellor Building

Parking is free for the evening on the College Road car park.
(Press intercom on arrival and let them know you are coming to the Factory event)

 

Upcoming Events...

16th May - Mentoring and Coaching for SMEs

30th May - Making our mark on the world? You bet your arts we are!

6th June - How to develop your own podcast for Business

13th June - Growing Your Social Enterprise

27th June - Voice and Presence Workshop: Skills for Business Professionals