Arts Council England
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Book your tickets now for the national seminar on the creative economy
Creative Economies, a national seminar exploring the role the arts can play in economic development and the regeneration of communities will be taking place in London on Wednesday 20 June.
The seminar will explore:
the role of arts and culture as economic anchors and drivers in cultural regeneration
how the wider business sector values and uses the role of arts and culture
practical ways of measuring and capturing the economic value of the arts and culture
These three integrated themes are designed to provide topical examples and case studies, suggest ways of understanding and communicating directly with the business sector about the economic importance of arts and culture, suggest tools to provide evidence of impact and value.
The programme will feature a range of speakers, including some from Arts Council England:
Paul Bristow, Acting Director of Strategic Partnerships
Mary-Alice Stack, Director of ArtCo projects
Andrea Stark, Executive Director, East and South East
For further information and to book your place at the event please visit our event page.