Last 23rd February the Final ConferenceCulture and creativity: opportunities, future challenges and development scenarios” took place online. The event was organized and realized by Basilicata Region and saw the participation of different personalities and authorities of the Basilicata Region, the Interreg Europe Programme and the members of CRE:HUB partnership. They presented the goals and results of CRE:HUB project for cultural and creative industries, the policies for the development of the cultural systems and different European good practices and case studies.
The event recording is here available

After the welcome message from Basilicata Governor Vito Bardi, the event was divided into two parts: the policies supporting CCIs and future outlooks and the presentation and comparison of good practices and European experiences. After a brief overview on the project and its goals and results by ERDF Managing Authority and CRE:HUB Project Manager Antonio Bernardo, many different Basilicata Region personalities participated, in particular: Dr. Maria Carmela Panetta (Regional Dep. Development Policies, Training&Research), Dr. Antonio Nicoletti(Territorial Promotion Agency of Basilicata), Dr. Patrizia Minardi (Basilicata Region, Cultural, Tourist and International Cooperation Systems Office), Dr. Gabriella Megale (Sole Administrator Sviluppo Basilicata). Then, the Project Officer from Interreg Europe Secretariat Ilaria Ramaglioni intervened, explaining the Interreg Europe state of play: cooperation on CCIs.

After a “creative break”, enriched by a live musical performance, participants had the opportunity to discover more about the good practices, case studies and European experiences, i.e., “Matera ECOC 2019”, “The 6C Cluster”, “The LX Factory case”, “IRPAC: the research infrastructure for the cultural and creative industry sector in Basilicata”, “The law on cultural rights”, “The Carolina Creative Quarter”, “Iniziative ‘radi’ create” and “Regional policies supporting CCIs and the cultura and creativity cluster of FVG Autonomous Regione”, presented by all CRE:HUB partners (Basilicata Region, Friuli Venezia Giulia Autonomous Region, Agency Centru, Central Transdanubian Regional Innovation Agency Nonprofit Ltd., University of Latvia,  Culture and Sport department of Government of Navarra, Regional Development Agency of the Ljubljana Urban Region and the Association for the Development of IST Técnico Lisbon) and the Fondazione Matera.

The event concluded with the Basilicata Regional Councillor for work and training, Francesco Cupparo.



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