Film, Creative Industries and Cultural Heritage Workshop 14 September 2016

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Date of event: 14 September 2016
Event ends: 14 September 2016
Start time: 10:30
End time: 18:00
Price: Free
Film, Creative Industries and Cultural Heritage Workshop 14 September 2016

Creative industries, and those who work in them, have attracted considerable political and scholarly attention since the 1990s.  Creative sectors (and the wider conception of a 'creative class') are regularly lauded a vibrant and dynamic source of innovation and economic growth.  But if creative enterprise is deemed essential for the future (in terms of national competitiveness and economic prosperity), it is equally important as a means by which the past is remembered and understood, and by which cultural heritage is created and maintained.

This workshop brings together scholars from various disciplinary backgrounds (history, economics, film studies, organisation studies) who are engaged in studying creative industries from different perspectives.  Papers will examine the emergence and development of creative industries in different contexts; their role in creating and sustaining cultural heritage; along with some methodological issues approaches to studying these sectors.  Workshop schedule

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For more information please contact Valerie Woodley, International Business and Strategy School Administrator by email at v.woodley@henley.ac.uk or by phone on +44 (0) 118 378 7667.

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