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Thursday, May 16, 2013

Cultural Planning - the new rock 'n' roll

The University of the West of Scotland are running their excellent Cultural Planning course again:

This short course provides an introduction to the background and concepts of cultural planning, drawing on a range of sectors such as culture, housing, planning, social work, health and education.
Aimed at professionals working in the above areas, the course will be of interest to those who wish to understand the background, concepts and approaches to cultural planning and those seeking to develop partnerships and collaborators from across a range of areas to finance new initiatives and developments.
Upon completion of this short course, participants will be able to:
  • Understand the concepts of cultural planning and be able to identify practical models of Cultural Planning
  • Identify a range of growth areas in the Creative Economy
  • Understand a range of finance models that would be needed to enable a cultural planning approach
  • Critically evaluate an opportunity or business plan that would lend itself to a cultural planning approach
More info - here

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