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Bologna, along with eight other Italian creative cities: Milan, Pesaro, Rome, Torino, Carrara, Fabriano, Alba and Parma, are working together in the creation of a framework in order to the measure and manage the impact of culture and creativity on local development, including the impact of the UCCN designation. The data collected via the framework will not only be used to improve future policies surrounding creative programmes, but also provide a platform upon which the nine cities can collaborate and share ideas as well as solutions. Such...
Galway and Rome, UNESCO Creative Cities of Film, are developing a new inter-city partnership project to share knowledge and expertise amongst the students in Film and Documentary. Galway and Rome UCCN Offices were facilitating a new international student exchange programme between the Centre for Creative Arts & Media, Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology, and the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Rome. On 10 April, students from the GMIT BA (Hons) in Film and Documentary course traveled to Rome for five days. They attended lectures...
On 20 October, Rome, Creative City of Film, organizes an International Conference on Cine-Creative Communities, to be held at the National Museum Palazzo Massimo, to further explore the potential of UNESCO Creative Cities of Film and Creative Cities 3.0 for sustainable urban development. The Conference will focus on the objectives of the action plan of Rome as a Creative City of Film, with the participation of decision-making institutions, the UNESCO Creative Cities – including Galway, Bradford, Bologna, Fabriano, Parma and Turin...