CrowdCul Project Updates Blog

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CrowdCul is going to Brazil!

The CrowdCul team is going to coordinate a workshop on crowdfunding in the culture sector at the III Iberoamerican Seminar on Cultural Economics (27th and 28th of June) in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil....

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New publication coming soon!

Anders Rykkja, team member of CROWDCUL, has written a chapter with Professor Atle Hauge (Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences) on crowdfunding and co-creation of value. The chapter will be published in the anthology Culture,...

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ACEI coming soon!

Taking place virtually, the 21th International Conference on Cultural Economics will happen on July 6-9, with the main theme of cultural policy.   As usual, the main conference which starts on July 7th, is preceded by the workshop for Young Researchers (YRW). The conference will combine keynotes, special sessions, and paper presentations on a broad range of topics around the globe.   “The fast...

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Researching art market: tools for the future

The ambit of creativity, art, and the freedom of mankind is based on a different principle, the social and democratic principle of an equitable administration of justice. Therefore, art is not degraded by market abuse; it...

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CEOS #7

The Association for Cultural Economics International (ACEI) seeks to promote academic research and dissemination of issues involving economic theories and the diverse cultural production. Amid the virtual shift due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Cultural Economics Online Seminar Series (CEOS) was launched,...

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Officially launched!

The CROWDCUL project was officially launched on May 20th 2021, during the event “Crowdfunding for the cultural and creative industries in Norway”. From 9 AM till 1 PM the participants followed a comprehensive and...