Креативные индустрии ИД

Cultural Ibdustries

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

Elena Zelentsova
Creative economics and city development Thoughts on prospects of creative clusters in Russia.
№ 2 (33) June 2009

Vladimir Knyaginin
Cultural Industry in the City Why do cities need creative spaces? In what way their projection is connected with strategies of territorial development?
№ 2 (33) June 2009

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

Ekaterina Gandrabura
Delicious History - Chance for Kolomna In 2007 with the help of grant contest ‘The Changing Museum in the Changing World’ of Vladimir Potanin’s foundation a private museum ‘Pastila of Kolomna’ was opened.
№ 2 (33) June 2009

№2 (17) June 2005

Sergey Gnedovskiy
Cultural industries and development management
City as an Idea... as a space of choice...­, as a nutrient medium that cultivates the sense of taste, the life style, imagination, character... This text is about planning city environment technologies not as a habitat but as the environment of possibilities. However it is also about the stereotypes of managerial decisions, about lack of faith in private initiative and other realia in the life of working towns.
№4 (19) December 2005

City environment and cultural industries
Creative industries are western technology of cultural structuring. During five years attempts to implant this experience on the Russian territory are made but with variable success. As a rule, private initiatives are more stable. Positive results in applying creative approach to development of city environment are unknown at all. Publication of a series of texts of British expert Linda Moss evoked a vivid reaction amidst readers of “60 parallel”. It is not often possible to see a detailed and honest analysis of failures of big public cultural projects. Continuing this subject, our expert Tatyana Abankina organized several discussions with colleagues. In this issue we publish the first part of these discussions.
№3 (18) September 2005

№3 (18) September 2005

№3 (18) September 2005

Linda Moss
Socialist Republic of South Yorkshire
Sheffield's Cultural Industries Quarter has been working for 20 years. It was a pioneer of now well developed in Europe and is being promoted in Russia. What can be learned from this pioneering example?
№4 (15) December 2004

Creative industries or funky business
If up to now you have looked on activity in the spheres of culture and business as two games with fundamentally different rules and players - then you don’t have much hope of moving into the super league in either business or culture. Culture and business are changing before our eyes. If you are looking for success in ‘business’ you should read the diaries of Salvador Dali. If you hope to make the grade in ‘culture’, take a long look at Richard Branson’s autobiography. ‘Change – or die!’
№4 (15) December 2004

Landry Charles
The Creative City
Here we present some extracts from the book The Creative City by Charles Landry. Cultural Policy Institute (Moscow) will publish this book by the end of the year 2004. Charles Landry is the founder of COMEDIA consultuncy agency. He started COMEDIA in 1978 and has worked in over 20 countries and undertaken over 180 assignments for national governments, international agencies and local authorities in the UK and abroad. His specialisms are strategic policy development, the economics of innovation, and city futures.
№3 (14) September 2004

№3 (14) September 2004

Linda Moss
Constructing White Elephants
Why do some big investment projects on creationg cultural centres fail? What do we need to think of to avoid a loud void in places that were created for people to spend their time? The British expert on cultural industries, Linda Moss, recounts how to avoid irretrievable mistakes while planning dimensioned cultural projects.
№1 (16) March 2005

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