Креативные индустрии ИД

Modern experience

Marina Avdeeva
The Third Place: New Approach to Work
№4 (35) December 2009

Yelena Goroshko
Methods to Study Site Reach
№ 3 (34) September 2009

Peter Englen
Subtopia: Swedish Passions for Creation Creation and strategies of a famous in Sweden creative cluster - Subtopia.
№ 2 (33) June 2009

Nikolai Pryanishnikov
LAMBRARY: Library + Museum + Archive
European trends in new cultural institutes and Gjerdrum experience (Norway).
№1 (32) March 2009

Yelizaveta Ignatieva
Good but impossible About difficulties of coming from object to environment models of cultural institutions in Russia.
№1 (32) March 2009

№2 (17) June 2005

Elena Zelentsova
Business for Creation or Creation for Business? Such word combinations as “creative industries”, “creative city”, “creative class” are taken in Russia now as barbarisms as before. What do we lose in this situation?
№2 (29) June 2008

Claus Hohmann
World-famous brands and social partnership in territory development Through the Autostadt a dialogue was opened with the town of Wolfsburg and a new space created for the public. An openness permeates the whole of the Group’s premises which allows citizens the opportunity of taking part in the life of the Group in an unconstrained way.
№2 (29) June 2008

Evgeny Stodushny
About classical music and the state. How are cultural policy and support of symphony orchestras connected? Russian and foreign experience.
№4 (27) December 2007

Sergey Kovalevsky
FREAK OF THE IMAGINATION: the creative spaces of Great Britain Manchester, the second English city (after London), experienced a lingering collapse of industrial production in the second half of the XX century. In our time the city is one of the centers of new economy oriented to creative industries.
№3 (26) October 2007

Sergey Kovalevsky
FREAK OF THE IMAGINATION. The creative spaces of Great Britain
The birth of ambitious cultural projects in capitals astonishes nobody. The stake on art in industrial centers is worthy of special notice. Well-developed imagination is a more important factor of a person’s competitive ability and his life satisfaction. How do elements of city environment of Newcastle and Gateshead influence the imagination?
№1 (24) March 2007

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?
№4 (23) December 2006

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?
№4 (23) December 2006

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.
№4 (23) December 2006

Alexander Vysokovsky
City environment through the looking-glass
Architecture opened up the mirror long ago. Palace interiors of the XVIII century are rich in huge smooth surfaces in which windows, landscape, modeling and bronze reflect. Reflections began to be planned and projected with the advent of stained glass window in the XX century. Later front glass surfaces turned into gigantic mirrors, i.e. glasses became transparent when you look from inside and mirror-like when you look from outside.
№4 (19) December 2005

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