30 October 2018: “International Conference 2018: Creative Impact – The Matrix between Innovation and Creativity,” Berlin
The 2018 International Conference was dedicated to creative impact. Thematically, the event focused on value creation processes in the cultural and creative industries in Europe and beyond. Based on high-calibre international impulses, global perspectives and (funding) approaches in the field of the cultural and creative industries and the creative economies were presented and various points of departure were identified. Three questions — What if? | What for? So what? And now? — served as a starting point and framework for discussing how the approaches and value-added processes of the cultural and creative industries offer great potential for reorganising other sectors, as well as for society and politics.
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).
- «Zeigen wir’s dem Rest der Wirtschaft!» (PDF)
- «Kreative Wirkungskraft – Die Matrix zwischen Innovation und Kreativität» (PDF)
«Understanding and supporting innovation in the cultural and creative industries»
Prof. Andy Pratt, Professor of Cultural Economy, is an academic at the School of Arts and Social Sciences of City, University of London. Find his keynote speech delivered at the International Conference.
Strategies for the Cultural and Creative Economies
(from left) Johanna Skantze, Co-Founder We are Laja, Dr. Christian Ehler, MdEP (CDU/EVP), Dr. Gesa Birnkraut (Moderation), Prof. Dr. Susanne Stürmer, President Filmuniversität Babelsberg Konrad Wolf Rokhaya Diallo, TV-Journalist and Author
Prof. Dr. Joanna Woronkowicz, Indiana University, US
The International Conference on “Creative Effectiveness – the Matrix between Innovation and Creativity” was held on 30 October 2018. It was organized jointly by the Federal Competence Centre for Cultural and Creative Industries in cooperation and its research partner, the Creative Economies Research Venture. Joanna Woronkowicz is assistant professor at the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University. Her research focuses on artistic entrepreneurship and cultural location development. She holds a PhD in political science from the University of Chicago.
Perspective of young scientists
What’s next? Contributions by Next Generation Scientists Linda Brieda (Babelsberg Film University Konrad Wolf), Nele Groeger (University of the Arts Berlin), Felix Haas (University of the Arts Berlin), Andrés Herrera (University of Barcelona), Abbas Saad (Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Oslo) and David Simon (Zurich University of the Arts).
Mazen Hayek: An external observer’s conference impressions
The International Conference on “Creative Effectiveness – the Matrix between Innovation and Creativity” was held on 30 October 2018. It was organized jointly by the Federal Competence Centre for Cultural and Creative Industries in cooperation and its research partner, the Creative Economies Research Venture. Mazen Hayek holds Lebanese and French citizenship. He is the official spokesperson of MBC Group, the leading television and entertainment media group in the Arab World. He holds a master’s degree in political science from the American University in Beirut and is an alumnus of Harvard Business School.