Milan – Slovenian designers will have 30 products exhibited at the Milan Design Week 2021, which starts today, presenting their view of how we will live in the future given the “inevitable apocalypse heralded by viruses and climate-related disasters”.
Turkey's central province of Kayseri has been added to the UNESCO Creative Cities Network in field of gastronomy for its rich cuisine, a local official said on July 28.
Kayseri city mayor Memduh Büyğkkılıç said that a special commission was formed within the municipality which carried out hard work and managed to enter the network.
Iasi becomes this week the capital of Romanian fashion and creative industry, on the occasion of the Romanian Creative Week (RCW) festival, this being the first big event with an audience organized in Romania in 2021.
Ljubljana – There is a lot of untapped potential for cooperation between the Slovenian economy and the culture and creative sectors, Economy Minister Zdravko Počivalšek said at an on-line debate held as part of Innovation Day on Monday. The opening addresses highlighted the importance of creativity and innovation in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.
In the 21st century, it is impossible to think about arts and culture without creative industries. Creative industries sound fairly new for Turkey's majority. They are one of the key ingredients of the country's future as it gathers architecture, design, plastic arts, new media, culture and advertising sector and create a new hub for these different sectors to work together.
Greek and international students will be attending the Oxford Global Summit for Young Leaders 2019 at Byron College in Athens (1-5 July), a unique international educational event aimed at developing the skills required to become future leaders and innovative thinkers.
Led by Oxford University professors