An Introduction to Business Models Innovation

IETM, International network for contemporary performing arts, released the toolkit "To sell or not to sell?" that aims to introduce and clarify some key concepts around the topic of business model innovation for cultural managers and other arts professionals interested in increasing the resilience of their organisations. Artistic and cultural… Read More »

Collecting Thoughts on Collectivity

  In 2013, the Copenhagen based dancers' collective Fanclub invited Ida-Elisabeth Larsen to be part of a research project in connection to the Nordic tour of the performance programme DEATH. Together they developed the concept of "collecting thoughts" with a wish to connect and share information a cross Nordic art… Read More »

Creative Business Models

"Creative Business Models: Insights Into the Business Models of Cultural centres in Trans Europe Halles" is a report that aims to analyse the notion of creative business models in cultural organisations and to set the scene for understanding the state-of-the-art and the adoption of innovative creative business models by the European independent… Read More »

New Times, New Models

The world is changing and so are the strategies of running independent cultural centres. Or are they? The publication can be downloaded for free here. New Times New Models investigates governance models and external relations of independent cultural centres. It looks at regional case studies, current models of practice and key recommendations. The book is… Read More »

Sustainability: Minimize your Environmental Impact

Yasmine Ostendorff explains Julie's Bicycle, the UK based organisation working with Sustainability in the Culture sector. As Yasmine points out in the video, feel free to check out the website resources here: http://www.juliesbicycle.com/resources. The video was produced at the first of two Forums (2011-2013) within the Creative Strategies of Sustainability… Read More »

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