17 Jul 2012 - 24 Sep 2012

Amsterdam | CREARE 4th International Summer School in Cultural Economics

The Centre for REsearch in ARts and Economics (CREARE) organises the 4th edition of the International Summer School in Cultural Economics led by professor Arjo Klamer, Erasmus University, Rotterdam. The courses examine the relationship between culture and economics, the link between creativity, arts, and business, and bridge the knowledge and experiences of scholars and practitioners involved in specific cultural sectors. For the 4th edition of the International Summer School three courses are offered aiming to advance knowledge in cultural economics and its application to practice. The courses examine the relationship between culture and economics, the link between creativity, arts, and business, and bridge the knowledge and experiences of scholars and practitioners involved in specific cultural sectors. Cultural Industries and Creative Economy   17-21 July, Amsterdam - Application deadline: May 21st Value of Culture - on the relationship between Economics, Culture and Arts  22-30 August, Amsterdam - Application deadline: June 18th The Cultural Economics Perspectives of Cultural Heritage and Museums  20-24 September, Amsterdam - Application deadline: July 23rd Find yourself in the company of interesting and curious participants like yourself, artists and practitioners, and inspiring and knowledgeable faculty. Experience a unique method of learning that builds on the experience and questions that you take to the program, that brings you up to speed with the latest insights and shows how you can apply those in your own work. Become part of an international community of graduate students, academics and cultural entrepreneurs interested in applying and developing the cultural economic perspective. The Centre for REsearch in ARts and Economics (CREARE) organises the 4th edition of the International Summer School in Cultural Economics - three courses are planned. Apply now.


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