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International Summer School in Cultural Economics

For the fifth consecutive time the Centre for Research in Arts and Economics (CREARE) organizes the International Summer School in Cultural Economics in Amsterdam.

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The courses examine the relationship between culture and economics, the link between creativity, arts, and business, and bridge the knowledge and experiences of scholars and practitioners involved in specific cultural sectors. The courses are led by professor Arjo Klamer, renowned Cultural Economist at the Erasmus University Rotterdam.

For more info, click here.

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7 questions to [engage] in culture

7 questions to [engage] in culture (free translation) … OR “7 preguntas para emprender en cultura”, a great article in Spanish by Gerardo Neugovsen’s blog “Es la Economia Creativa“.

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I found this article posted in the “EACCI – European Association of Cultural and Creative Industries” LinkedIn Group.

The author structures in a very clear way, the 7 points on which cultural entrepreneurship focuses on.

To read the full article, click here.

Cultural Tourism Ireland

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Ireland (Photo credit: Trent Strohm)

Bespoke archaeology and cultural heritage travel learning experiences

http://culturaltourismireland.ie/

Our mission is to bring Ireland’s cultural heritage to life by making it possible for people interested in archaeology, anthropology history to experience the excitement of a real archaeological research excavation.

We can provide unrivalled access to archaeological and historical monuments and places, and to the experts who surveyed, researched and excavated them.

Similarly, we can facilitate your visit to hidden Ireland’s spectacular architectural buildings, in the company of the owners and the architects who carried out their conservation.

We are happy to work with individuals, families, groups, tour operators and alumni / travel planners, to provide a truly unique tailor made itinerary to match your needs and interests.

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