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Creatives Unite, the platform by the cultural & creative sectors for the cultural & creative sectors, was launched in May 2020 following a proposal by Commissioner Gabriel in order to gather in one place information and good practices coming from creative professionals in Europe and beyond in response to the COVID-19 crisis.
Learning Labs are joint pilot projects between creative hubs and schools/universities/various types of formal and non-formal educational institutions.
In anticipation of a very difficult winter for the cultural and creative sector, it is now time to use our voices!
We need to gather as much information as we can about the damage that our sector has suffered in order to be able to force local governments and the European Commission to act.
This week on the ECHN family online brunch we are continuing the series of presentations of the member hubs, the Hub Spotlight! This Friday, Rabble Studios will be presenting their strong spots, the challenges they are facing, their business models, selling points and success stories!
Connect for Creativity’s third and final networking conference titled ‘Creative Explorations: From Social Entities to Ubiquitous Systems’ on ‘How digital is changing the way we relate to each other’ will be held online on 24 – 25 September due to the COVID-19 measures.
Uniting hubs and hub people.
Training hubs in order to conceive new functional forms that are used,
not only for internal practical purposes
but also for cities where space for creatives, is limited.
In a precarious climate, it is a way to create a safe environment,
which reflects a healthy society and retains creativity at all times
or orientate them so that they absorb maximum attention and help.
These two strategies allow the extension of the capacity,
so that new ideas have enough time to mature,
while the horizontal branch expansion can increase creativity and new ideas production