27-30 April 2020 Remote participation | Third Edition Tweet #OECDculture
The Summer Academy provides training for policy makers and representatives of cultural and creative industries (CCIs). At the end of the course participants will acquire a deeper understanding of the sector, its needs and dynamics and will develop expertise in putting in place effective and integrated strategies and policy frameworks to uncap the full potential of CCIs as drivers for local economic growth, job creation and inclusion.
The Summer Academy seeks to:
Materials & Information
Agenda & Presentations
All material is available online and linked throughout the agenda.
Applicants had to provide:
► Personal and professional information.
There was no participation fee.
Selected candidates received all material supporting the event in digital format, instruction on the use of the online platform and technical assistance to best organise their participation.
Second Edition | 16-20 June 2019 - Trento & Bolzano, Italy
2019 Focus: Creative solutions to contemporary challenges
The Academy fosters a hands-on approach, which introduces participants to the overall conceptual and theoretical framework of culture and creativity in local development and invites them to engage proactively, and in creative ways, with local organisations, institutions and places.
Within this approach, the Academy included on-site visits and interview-style sessions with key local actors. This allowed participants to consider real-life situations and to engage with practical dilemmas often faced by their organisations and institutions.
For the 2019 edition, three main dilemmas were identified:
First Edition | 11-15 June 2018 - Trento & Bolzano, Italy
2018 Focus: The relationship between cultural heritage and CCI
The Academy focused on the relationship between cultural heritage and CCIs, with an exploration of following themes:
Final conference on CCIs support ecosystems as part of Smart Specialisation Strategy Agenda
(also in Italian)
The Summer Academy is organised by the OECD Trento Centre for Local Development in collaboration with tsm - Trentino School of Management and the European Creative Business Network (ECBN), with the support of the Department for Cultural Activities of the Autonomous Province of Trento (Italy) and the Department of Italian culture (Youth Policies Unit) – Autonomous Province of Bolzano (Italy)