The rise, fall and rise again of the creative city
A seminar series on the cultural and creative city
Coordinators: Marianna d’Ovidio and Fabio Quassoli
PhD course URBEUR – Urban Studies

Allen Scott’s seminal book “The cultural economy of cities” was published in 2000, a couple of years later Florida wrote “The rise of the creative class”. After almost 20 years, what lessons can we learn? Which challenges on our cities? Do we still need such a model for the urban growth?
These and many other issues are the topic of the Cultural and creative city seminars series: next week (and one more day) from february 5 to 12 in Bicocca.

On February 12 from h. 2.30pm to 5.30 pm  Bertram Niessen leads the seminary «Changing culture: “cheFare” a new/bottom-up approach for cultural policies»

Here’s the programme of the week:

February 5
14:30 – 17:30
The creative city does not exist
Marianna d’Ovidio (Università di Bari), Alberto Cossu (Università di Milano)

February 7
14:30 – 17:30
Culture, cities and creative Hubs
Pier Luigi Sacco (IULM)

February 8
14:30 – 16:30
Creative cities, creative class? New avenues for research
Andy Pratt (City University, London)

February 9
14:30 – 17:30
Cultural policies in Milan
Filippo del Corno (Assessore alla Cultura, Comune di Milano)

February 12
14:30 – 17:30
Changing culture: “cheFare” a new/bottom-up approach for cultural policies
Bertram Niessen (Che-Fare)


Foto: Flickr

The rise, fall and rise again of the creative city
A seminar series on the cultural and creative city
Coordinators: Marianna d’Ovidio and Fabio Quassoli
PhD course URBEUR – Urban Studies

Allen Scott’s seminal book “The cultural economy of cities” was published in 2000, a couple of years later Florida wrote “The rise of the creative class”. After almost 20 years, what lessons can we learn? Which challenges on our cities? Do we still need such a model for the urban growth?
These and many other issues are the topic of the Cultural and creative city seminars series: next week (and one more day) from february 5 to 12 in Bicocca.

On February 12 from h. 2.30pm to 5.30 pm  Bertram Niessen leads the seminary «Changing culture: “cheFare” a new/bottom-up approach for cultural policies»

Here’s the programme of the week:

February 5
14:30 – 17:30
The creative city does not exist
Marianna d’Ovidio (Università di Bari), Alberto Cossu (Università di Milano)

February 7
14:30 – 17:30
Culture, cities and creative Hubs
Pier Luigi Sacco (IULM)

February 8
14:30 – 16:30
Creative cities, creative class? New avenues for research
Andy Pratt (City University, London)

February 9
14:30 – 17:30
Cultural policies in Milan
Filippo del Corno (Assessore alla Cultura, Comune di Milano)

February 12
14:30 – 17:30
Changing culture: “cheFare” a new/bottom-up approach for cultural policies
Bertram Niessen (Che-Fare)


Foto: Flickr

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