Innovating in the Cultural Sector (Greece)

Innovating in the Cultural Sector: Appreciating the Past and Creating Jobs for the Future
Corfu, Greece
22 – 24 September 2016

CulturePolis, a non-profit organisation based in Corfu, Greece is organising an international conference on Innovating in the Cultural Sector: Appreciating the Past and Creating Jobs for the Future, to be held in Corfu, Greece, on 22 – 24 September 2016. CulturePolis is a Forum for Culture, Sustainability and Innovation, aiming to promote innovative approaches to cultural resource management, sustainable tourism, cultural and creative entrepreneurship, intercultural dialogue, and social action and civic engagement through culture and creativity at the local and European level. The founder and president is Dr Vasileios Laopodis.

The summit of innovators, supporters and friends on the island of Corfu has the following objectives:
*to identify and spread new ideas for connecting culture and heritage with citizens, communities and development;
*to celebrate CulturePolis’ 10 years of impact and insights, announce CulturePolis’ new strategy for the next 10 years, and expand the community of partners and supporters.

The participants will be representatives of cultural and heritage institutions and foundations, cultural managers, entrepreneurs and innovators in the cultural sector and creative economy, local and regional authorities, business leaders and consultants, representatives of citizen groups.

For more information on the Corfu summit, please contact: Ms. Aphrodite Bouikidis, Partnership Coordinator at partnership[at]culturepolis.org and aphrodite.bouikidis[at]gmail.com

Contact:
CulturePolis, Alepohori Kamaras, 49084 Corfu, Greece;
e-mail: secretariat[at]culturepolis.org; vasileios.laopodis[at]gmail.com

Author: Center for Intercultural Dialogue

Wendy Leeds-Hurwitz, the Director of the Center for Intercultural Dialogue, manages this website.

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