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King’s College London: The birth of the Creative Industries revisited

Published 28/02/2020
King’s College London: The birth of the Creative Industries revisited

The publication in 1998 of the UK government’s Creative Industries Mapping Document marks a moment in history where a new sector of the UK economy was born. The original mapping document changed the discourse around the creative and cultural sectors, and the ways in which they generate and deliver value. A new report authored by Dr Jonathan Gross of the Department of Culture Media and Creative Industries at King’s, throws new light on a document that has proven to be one of the most influential, far-reaching and controversial interventions of modern cultural policy.

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  • Content type: Info
  • Categories: News & Documents, Documents & Reports
  • Disciplines: Cultural cooperation and development, Cultural economy, Cultural education, Cultural policy, ICT, Others, Technical industries for the arts
  • Countries: United Kingdom

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  • Instituto Cervantes
  • Interarts
  • La Fábrica
  • The Festival Agency
  • Pilotenkueche
  • The European League of Institutes of the Arts - ELIA
  • ENCATC
  • On The Move
  • Edinburgh Short Film Festival
  • Botanique
  • Fundación Alternativas
  • BOZAR
  • LADA
  • Crowdfunding4culture
  • Région de Bruxelles-Capitale
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