IN SITU report analyses CCIs within European innovation policies for non-urban areas

Most technological innovations are produced in an urban setting, but rural or non-urban areas are very often fertile ground for other types of innovation, such as organizational, social or institutional ones. The report, State of Policies and S3s on Innovation and CCIs in Non-urban Areas, produced within the IN SITU project, examined the extent to which cultural and creative work has been supported through the main policies in the EU innovation framework for non-urban areas.
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Interactive seminar “Collaborate & Innovate: Boosting Creative Potential in Non-urban Regions!”

The Latvian Academy of Culture invites artists, arts managers and entrepreneurs, cultural professionals, researchers, educators, students, cultural policy-makers and anyone interested to join the collaborative interactive seminar hosted in partnership with the National Academy of Theatre and Film Arts “Kr. Sarafov”. The seminar is taking place on 24-25 April 2024, as part of the Horizon Europe IN SITU project that supports the work of creative and cultural industries in non-urban areas of Europe.

The third on-site IN SITU Consortium Meeting just took place in Galway, Ireland, one of the six IN SITU Lab regions

From 19 to 21 February 2024, the IN SITU partners came together in Galway, Ireland – one of the IN SITU Lab locations – to analyse and discuss the present state of research and practice, as well as to jointly plan the next chapters of this dynamic Horizon Europe-funded project (Grant Agreement no. 101061747). This in-presence working meeting, themed “Contributions and Diversifications,” was hosted by the local IN SITU partner, the University of Galway (UG).

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