Future Unlocked – this year’s ECIS21 contributes to the unlocked potentials of the European creative economy and recovery of Europe. After more than a
Future Unlocked – this year’s ECIS21 contributes to the unlocked potentials of the European creative economy and recovery of Europe. After more than a year of lockdown, this year’s European Creative Industries Summit would like to shed light on the future of Europe with support of cultural creative sectors – from local to global, from live to digital.
This conference will address the urgent challenges connected with the Covid-19 pandemic. At the same time, it also wants to start forward-looking conversations about the possible contributions of the cultural and creative sectors towards a green transformation, which now is also supported by Europe´s Green Deal and the New European Bauhaus.
To tackle upcoming crises, this conference also underlines the need for new skills acquisitions and supporting creatives in their lifelong learning efforts. In addition, this conference resides the needs of creative innovations, as advanced by the new Horizon Europe Policies and Funding Programms, as well as the needs for creative administrations and bureaucracies to make the Commission´s Recovery plan for Europe a success in re-building a better Europe.
The conference #ECIS21 – Future Unlocked – is a collaboration between the European Creative Business Network and the Muzej za arhitekturo in oblikovanje (MAO) and is organised in parallel with Slovenian Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
ECIS21 will kickoff online on the 21st of April on the occasion of the United Nations World Creativity and Innovation Day and will conclude on 13th of September, online and hopefully also in Ljubljana.
More information on the event page:
ECIS2021 Conference (ecbnetwork.eu)
September 12 (Sunday) - 13 (Monday) (GMT+02.00) Ljubljana