This handbook takes the view that in-depth cultural and creative industries mapping is a process for systematically identifying a community’s broader cultural assets and for deepening understanding of local cultural ecosystems. Cultural mapping also recognizes the more intangible elements of a community’s identity and sense of place. Thus, knowledge of a place’s cultural profile can be useful for advocating change: it can inform policy development, attract funding and resources, and be instrumental in the adoption of new approaches to local development.
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The report investigates cultural and creative spillovers in Europe and it contributes greately to scientific, cultural and political discussions about the value of culture and public investment into the arts, culture and creative industries
The organizers of the 83rd PEN International Congress scheduled in September in Lviv will be holding the press conference in the hall “Oleksander” at the Premier Hotel Dnister (Jana Mateika Str. 6) on Wednesday, the 5th of July, at 12:30