Креативные индустрии ИД

№4 (23) December 2006
Archaeology and politics are non-invented facts. How can we force money to work for culture? What are social funds: public assistance or development technology?

Editor's note

The regular annual part of our fascinating and not simple journey through life has come to the end and the New Year 2007 is coming. Let’s congratulate each other! We haven’t avoided disappointment bitterness but we have survived. The gained experience allows us to make mistakes with more confidence and less losses. And it makes us put ourselves more and more questions.
In full
Julia Nerush
Not invented facts. Interview with A. Kirpitchnikov Archeology and its place in the present culture and politics. The interview with Doctor of historical science, the famous archeologist A. Kirpichnikov opens little known facts from the history of the Russian State system.
Nikolai Pryanishnikov
The appropriation of history
We shall continue the discussion of problems concerning the social stability of a city basing on one of the fundamental, strategic categories of a place – its history. Global or national chronicles concede to local and personal ones.

Modern experience

Elena Zelentsova
The creative city
Nowadays the topic of creative economy, creative cities occupies minds of the great number of specialists. Why is the humanitarian part in the cities’ development brought to the forefront?
Linda Moss
Arctic Roll? Cultural Industries and Tourism Development in Russian Karelia: can it succeed?
The English expert makes an analysis of potential for, and barriers to, cultural industries and cultural tourism development in Russia. Unprejudiced point of view and unexpected observations. Why does culture still take weak stand in Russian market?
Vassily Gnedovsky
A bit of Russian optimism: for adaptability of western development models Linda Moss’ article being not published yet aroused the professional community’s interest. The first comment contains the habitual for us point of view – cultural industries will make their own way without any help.


Museums in the Northern Dimension
How does the regional context influence museums’ development? What the time challenges are? Here we offer you the brief review of the conference results and some reports of the participants.
Vladimir Sorokin
A museum as a brand or a museum for a brand?

The project

Oleg Kardash
Sorovskie Lakes: we are looking for successors
Cultural heritage and its successors. The article tells how the archeological open-air museum is created and it is about prospects of cognitive tourism in the territory of Khanty-Mansiysk autonomous okrug.

Culture Economy

Alexander Dolgin
New Economy of Culture
The main goal of this book is to introduce a new scientific discipline which would answer the call of the modern times. The author puts forward an innovative set of management tools.

Round-table discussion

Local Societies’ Funds – a New Kind of Russian Charitable Foundations
The question of development methods for local society and involving all levels of population into the process of social and cultural structuring became one of the main discussion topics during the Second International Forum of the 60th Parallel Cities. A number of stable organizations that give grants were presented during the conclusive round table discussion.

Program “The 60th Parallel”

Konstantin Grouzdev
Two Parts of the World
The four brave persons climbed the legendary peak of Northern America - McKinley. Surgut flag and the emblem of the Program of Northern Cities' Cooperation "The 60th Parallel" were there together with the mountaineers.

School of Liberal Education

Alexander Popov
Tthe Future Just Went Its Own Way (in Russian) The public lecture about methodology and philosophy of self-determination by the materials of the Brothers Strugatsky’s works is especially relevant on the threshold of the official film premiere “Ugly Swans”
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