The Second Global Creative Industries Conference

The Second Global Creative Industries Conference / 第二屆全球創意產業研討會 : From Global to Local and Vice Versa / 從全球到本地,由地方到世界 will be held on 31 March and 1 April 2016 at Kobe University, Japan. The conference is organized by the Graduate School of Humanities, Kobe University, and the Global Creative Industries Programme, the University of Hong Kong.

Since its establishment in 2012, the Global Creative Industries Programme has been endeavoring to foster the development of the creative industries, enhance interdisciplinary research on creativity and nurture creative talents. From Global to Local and Vice Versa, the 2016 conference theme, highlights our emphasis on development of creative industries in the regional context. Conference participants are welcome to address various issues in the study of the creative industries from a whole range of fields, including anthropology, business studies, communication, creative arts, culture, economics, education, environment, film, gender and sexuality, health, history, language, literature, management, media, philosophy, politics, psychology, religion and sociology. Papers focusing on comparative analysis of the development of creative industries and with an East Asian focus are particularly welcome.

From Global to Local and Vice Versa also espouses the interaction and integration between the academia and the industry on the prospect and sustainability of the creative industries. In addition to the panel and individual paper presentations, we will include roundtable forums, workshops and other creative forms of communication platform to engage scholars and practitioners in dialogues.

You can download the 2nd GCIC Programme here.

For more information, please see the conference website and Facebook.


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