- Enthusiastic anticipation on the role of the arts can play in economic development and the regeneration of communities in the current challenging economic climate:
- — MotorcadeFlashParade (@MotorcadeFP)Wed, Jun 20 2012 10:07:56Following #aduksem12 today, looking 4ward 2 live updates from Arts Development UK/Arts Council England National Seminar: Creative Economies
- — Stephanie Fuller (@steph_fuller)Wed, Jun 20 2012 08:04:00
- Those who were unable to attend the seminar in person were encouraged to follow discussion online using #aduksem12.
- — ACE National (@ace_national)Wed, Jun 20 2012 08:39:20
- — Tom Fleming CC (@tfconsultancy)Wed, Jun 20 2012 10:01:37
- A-N Magazine provided live coverage of the event.
- — a-n Magazine (@an_magazine)Wed, Jun 20 2012 08:00:23Welcome to a-n's live coverage of Arts Development UK/Arts Council England National Seminar: Creative Economies #aduksem12
- An introduction from the event organisers, Arts Development UK.
- Keynote presentation from Tom Fleming, Director of Tom Fleming Creative Consultancy: Supporting growth in the arts economy
- — a-n Magazine (@an_magazine)Wed, Jun 20 2012 09:16:43Fleming: "We kept going on about the creative industries being the fastest growing sector - but never understood what that means" #aduksem12
- — ADuk East Midlands (@ADukEastMids)Wed, Jun 20 2012 09:18:02
- — a-n Magazine (@an_magazine)Wed, Jun 20 2012 09:31:10Fleming: "We need to re-appraise the role of smaller cities & towns in the rich ecology of the arts and culture sector" #aduksem12
Creative Economies: A national seminar on the creative economy exploring the role of arts in economic development
Here is a Twitter round-up of the Creative Economies seminar which took place on Wednesday 20 June at The Camden Centre. The event was hosted by Arts Development UK in partnership with Arts Council England.
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