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Platform 1 – Looking at the Results – The Economic Contribution of Arts & Culture

by | 13 Aug, 2015 | 0 comments

As part of our online debate on the Economic Contribution of Arts & Culture we asked 4 main questions.  The results we got were as follows – and I have to say some of the results were not what we expected.

1. Can the Arts be self sustainable?

Can the Arts be self sustainable?

 

2. Is the Economic Contribution of Arts & Culture Relevant?

Is the Economic Contribution of Arts & Culture Relevant?

 

3. Should we just concentrate on creativity over economic contribution?

Should we just concentrate on creativity over economic contribution?

 

4. Do the general public see the economic contribution of Arts & Culture in Ireland?

Do the general public see the economic contribution of Arts & Culture in Ireland?

 

 

 

If you would like to add your own answers then please click here >>

Later this week we will analyise the results but I wanted you to have a look at them as well to see if any questions from your side sprang to mind.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Economic Contribution of Arts & Culture

The Economic Contribution of Arts and Culture – A CFCP Online Debate

All this week The Centre For Creative Practices are holding an online a discussion / debate about the economic contribution of arts and culture.

The week will include: webinars, blog posts, Twitter Feeds, group discussion and videos on how economic strategists, arts professionals, artists and arts organisations see this economic contribution. Is it sustainable? is it relevant or should we be concentrating of creativity and engagement more than economic contribution?

Get involved, use the hashtag #artseconomyire on Twitter or Facebook and lets get this discussion out there. It’s one we need to have and this is your chance to get involved.

Follow the debate

Why Platform 1, well every journey has to start somewhere and every station has a platform 1, our departure point.

Click Here!

Platform 1 from CFCP

As part of our artistic entrepreneurship programme we have introduced Platform 1, where each day we will post a snippet of information that we think might be of interest to you and to us.

Please feel free to comment, share, post your own suggestions or snippets as together we can build a repository of information that can benefit everyone on the journey.

Find out more about Platform 1 from CFCP

Why Platform 1, well every journey has to start somewhere and every station has a platform 1, our departure point.

For more hints & tips Click Here!

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About the author

Ian Oliver

My imperative is to work with individuals, teams and organisations to enable them to elevate their thinking and strategy and to engage with them to look at the economic and social impact of Arts and Culture on Society.

Having over 15 years’ management and entrepreneurial experience in the Arts Sector, my experience includes teaching, mentoring, developing strategies and implementation, programming and experiences for audiences as well as artistic and corporate clients. I also teach and lecture on a number of the entrepreneurship courses under CFCP Artistic & Creative Entrepreneurship programme.

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For more on this have a look at a recent article from the Arts Council of England – Click Here >>

Motion Picture Association of America  – http://www.mpaa.org/the-economic-contribution-of-the-arts-and-culture/


The Economic Contribution of Arts and Culture

The Economic Contribution of Arts and Culture – A CFCP Online Debate

All this week The Centre For Creative Practices are holding an online a discussion / debate about the economic contribution of arts and culture.

The week will include: webinars, blog posts, Twitter Feeds, group discussion and videos on how economic strategists, arts professionals, artists and arts organisations see this economic contribution. Is it sustainable? is it relevant or should we be concentrating of creativity and engagement more than economic contribution?

Get involved, use the hashtag #artseconomyire on Twitter or Facebook and lets get this discussion out there. It’s one we need to have and this is your chance to get involved.

Follow the debate online by clicking here >>


Platform 1 - Hints & Tips on Artistic Entrepreneurship

About Platform 1 from CFCP

As part of our artistic entrepreneurship programme we have introduced Platform 1, where each day we will post a snippet of information that we think might be of interest to you and to us.

Please feel free to comment, share, post your own suggestions or snippets as together we can build a repository of information that can benefit everyone on the journey.

Why Platform 1, well every journey has to start somewhere and every station has a platform 1, our departure point.

For more hints & tips see: http://cfcp.ie/platform-1/