15 May 2020 / 15.00-18.30 CEST / Remote participation
Cultural and creative sectors are among the most affected by the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis
Immediate measures are needed to support the cultural institutions, people and firms that will enable the culture sector to weather the crisis and thrive. At the same time, the crisis provides an opportunity to rethink and reposition the role of culture as a competitiveness driver for countries, cities and regions.
Italy, whose national image is greatly associated with culture, could seize the opportunity by launching a new cycle of strategic design. Such a process needs to involve public administration, industry, cultural players and professionals, and civil society.
The purpose of this webinar, organised by the OECD Venice Office for Culture and Local Development and Cultura Italiae, is to contribute to this process by convening some of the most authoritative and experienced representatives from cultural and creative sectors and policy makers to debate the role of culture in Italy’s competitiveness model and the ways to foster culture-led local development in the recovery and beyond.
Join the discussion
To participate, please register via this online form by Wednesday, 13 May 2020.
Registered participants will receive the link to connect one day prior to the event.
The webinar will start at 15.00 Paris time, please check the time difference with your place.
Working language: English.