Creative Industry in Lithuania by Audronis Imbrasas
Creative Industry in Lithuania Audronis Imbrasas

Of course the Ministry of Culture would answer this question in one way, some people from the sector would answer otherwise, the Ministry of Economy would answer in a third way.

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Ale kommun by Pia Areblad
Ale kommun Pia Areblad

I now have a mandate to develop the corporate sector in the Municipality. With my background, I know how art can transform organisations, private and public organisations.

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Lithuanian Cultural Policy by Audronis Imbrasas
Lithuanian Cultural Policy Audronis Imbrasas

What I know by percentage from GDP in Lithuania it’s one of the lowest percentages in Europe, if we count per capita that which is given for culture.

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Spillover Effects of Creative Industries by Pia Areblad
Spillover Effects of Creative Industries Pia Areblad

Creative industries can interact in cities, nations, and in businesses. This is key because we know that to give a larger space for artistic thinking in city development, in national development, and also in business development.

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BilboRock by Creative Spaces
BilboRock Creative Spaces

The BilboRock has an idea of community and it offers to young people a place to work, to stay and to use it for whatever they need. It is an open space for all the people that want to do here something.

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Artistic Interventions by Pia Areblad
Artistic Interventions Pia Areblad

This is about exploring new ways of thinking, it’s exploring new kinds of worlds, so it’s not A B C. It could be A U Z.

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Hambroneta by Creative Spaces
Hambroneta Creative Spaces

The name Hambroneta comes from “hambre” and “furgoneta” which means hunger and a truck. Hambroneta goes where the action is to bring there affordable, tasty and original food.

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Arts Printing House in TEH by Audronis Imbrasas
Arts Printing House in TEH Audronis Imbrasas

We really benefit from being inside the network and getting different signals, knowledge, contacts, communications.

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40 years of experience in TILLT by Pia Areblad
40 years of experience in TILLT Pia Areblad

When it comes to artists, why artists are integrated, why artists want to work in artistic interventions, it’s because they see they can try out their methods or artistic thinking in other areas.

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Economy of Arts Printing House by Audronis Imbrasas
Economy of Arts Printing House Audronis Imbrasas

As all other organisations, we apply for every program that we do ourselves.

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Delirium Studios by Creative Spaces
Delirium Studios Creative Spaces

The Delirium Studios was set up 6 years ago. We started with animations and virtual reality. Later we switched to the video games and now we are the official developers of Nintendo.

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Digital Single Market by Philippe Kern
Digital Single Market Philippe Kern

5 challenges and 5 steps to make the Digital Single Market work for Europe’s Culture and Creative Industries.

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Story of Arts Printing House by Audronis Imbrasas
Story of Arts Printing House Audronis Imbrasas

During the Soviet time, it was the main printing house, where the main newspapers, magazines, books of the Lithuanian communist party were printed.

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NOASS earned its recognition by Kate Zilgalve
NOASS earned its recognition Kate Zilgalve

As a Culture and Arts Project NOASS is an organization with 16 years of history, it has earned its recognition public and institutional during all those years.

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Riga 2014 by Kate Zilgalve
Riga 2014 Kate Zilgalve

This brings the question what can we offer the next year when the funding of the Cultural Capital is over but the expectations from the public are of course higher.

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NOASS participated in Riga 2014 by Kate Zilgalve
NOASS participated in Riga 2014 Kate Zilgalve

Riga 2014 has brought a lot of events also to our venue. We are also managing several projects that are closely related with the events that are taking place all over the city.

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Sources of income of Halle14  by Michael Artz
Sources of income of Halle14 Michael Artz

We always have to care for new sources of support and try to elaborate our fundraising to find possibilities how to pay our costs also in future.

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Regeneration of Karlheinestrasse by Michael Artz
Regeneration of Karlheinestrasse Michael Artz

Leipzig West is now a very attractive place for young students. When they decide, where should I live they think more about the West of Leipzig than in time of mid-nineties when I came here.

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Business model of Aparaaditehas by Lemmit Kaplinski
Business model of Aparaaditehas Lemmit Kaplinski

I think we have found a solution, which earns the owner what he needs and also allows us to do what we want to do in a way that benefits the both. Whether it will work we will see in three years maybe.

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Role of networking by Lemmit Kaplinski
Role of networking Lemmit Kaplinski

I think that networking is more important than anything else in the cultural management and especially running a center like this.

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