In October 2023 EIT Culture & Creativity will hit the road to meet stakeholders across Europe. The events will be hosted in the six cities hosting EIT Culture & Creativity Co-Location Centers (CLCs).
EIT Culture & Creativity, the ninth Knowledge and Innovation Community (KIC) supported by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), a body of the European Union, is thrilled to announce the dates for the upcoming European Culture & Creativity Days that will take place in October 2023.
Together with the partners hosting the subsidiaries in Amsterdam, Barcelona, Bologna, Helsinki, Kosice, and Vienna, we are putting together exciting programmes and contents for our stakeholders. Inspiring sessions with artists, innovators, investors, and policymakers will spark the flame across Europe.
Save the dates for this intense and exciting experience:
10 – 11 October. Vienna, Austria.
What does Culture & Creativity have to do with materials, production, and manufacturing? Our partner Kreativwirtschaft Austria (KAT) is organising an exciting deep dive in cross-sectoral collaborations, supported by Principal Partner Vienna Business Agency, to get inspired right before the Creative Skills Week 2023.
13 October. Bologna, Italy.
Culture is the creativity of the past: Our partner ART-ER invites you to explore how research infrastructures, supercomputers, digital skills and outstanding human competencies can unleash creativity and thus shape culture, society and the economic wellbeing of the future.
16 – 17 October. Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
City of Amsterdam is a pioneer for an inclusive and equitable society. Come meet us there to learn more about how culture & creativity contribute to social innovation and cohesion, while developing innovative solutions for pressing social challenges.
18 – 19 October. Kosice, Slovakia.
It’s been 10 years since Kosice was European Capital of Culture, and our partner CIKE is rocking it since! We will explore how arts, technology and culture can improve our wellbeing and quality of life. You may as well enjoy the amazing the Art & Tech festival while you are there.
24 – 25 October. Helsinki, Finland.
Feel the energy of the crowd in Helsinki! Partner Kaapeli is all about bringing together people, creating shared experiences, and building ecosystems. Let’s come together to create new stories and change the world for the better.
25 October. Barcelona, Spain.
What is culture and creativity in today’s digital world? Whether you are riding the hype or watching from the barrier, do not miss Eurecat’s proposition and take part in the exciting debate about the cliffs and bridges of being creative in the era of generative, immersive and extended reality technologies.
We will keep you posted about programme development and registration. Stay tuned through our social media channels as well as the social media accounts of our CLC host partners.
About EIT Culture & Creativity
EIT Culture & Creativity is the ninth Innovation Community by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), a body of the European Union. It is designed to strengthen and transform Europe’s Cultural and Creative Sectors and Industries (CCSI) by connecting creatives and organisations to Europe’s largest innovation network. It takes a holistic and open approach to innovation – from tech to artistic driven innovations, from business to citizen driven – and reinforces the appreciation and anchoring of European values and identities. EIT Culture & Creativity will unlock latent value from a multitude of small CCSI stakeholders through technology transfer, improved cross-sectoral collaboration and their effective integration in production value networks. EIT Culture & Creativity will support technology and business innovation; artistic innovation and social innovation. It will also harness the unique position of the CCSI to facilitate the Triple Transitions in Europe – green, digital and social.
About The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT)
The EIT is Europe’s largest innovation ecosystem bringing together close to 3,000 partners from top business, research and education organisations across Europe in over 80 innovation hubs. The EIT strengthens Europe’s ability to innovate by powering solutions to pressing global challenges and by nurturing entrepreneurial talent to create sustainable growth and skilled jobs in Europe. The EIT is an EU body and an integral part of Horizon Europe, the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation. The Institute supports dynamic pan-European partnerships, EIT Knowledge and Innovation Communities, composed of leading companies, research labs and universities each dedicated to solving a pressing global challenge, from climate change to health, to renewable energy.