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On 28-29 January 2020 the CCS Ecosystems: FLIPPING THE ODDS Conference took place at LaVallée creative hub in Brussels. Gathering close to 250 CCS Stakeholders from across Europe, the two-day high-level event was organised jointly by the Creative FLIP project and the European Commission, Directorate-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture.
The following survey is a needs analysis survey, part of the Erasmus ++ project under the title ‘CREATION’ to foster and enable aspiring women entrepreneurs from marginalised backgrounds to engage with cultural and arts entrepreneurship, seeking to identify the appropriate educational needs of this group.
Creative FLIP project announces the second round of its peer-to-peer exchange and mobility scheme for creative hubs from across the European continent and its neighborhood!
This survey is part of a research for the functions and impacts of collaborative (coworking) spaces in small/medium sized cities and rural areas
The research report “Creative Hubs – Opportunities and Challenges for Intercultural Dialogue” explore the role that creative hubs might play in developing intercultural dialogue focusing on four countries
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