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Fashion means business In this programme hosted by Jonathan Gander, Head of Cultural and Creative Industries at Kingston University, London we look into the business of fashion. We listen to young fashion and accessories designers interviewed by Jonathan Gander and Catherine Morel at Pure Fashion Trade Fair, London in February 2017. Their experience as fashion […]

Fairs, festivals, trade shows in the Creative Industries : what roles for these global cultural events? All creative industries have their major annual event (Festival de Cannes, Frankfurt Book Fair, Frieze Art fair, MIDEM, Milan Fashion show) where all the actors of the profession are meeting and where sales are made. But not only… Fairs and […]

In this emission, we meet two people who have to work across borders and make the most of it : Ailian ZHU, CEO of EurAsian Info, and Gordon HUSH, Head of Innovation School at the Glasgow School of Arts. Ailian has been working in the information industry more than ten years already. For us, she […]

How can cultural institutions subsist in modern times ? We wanted to have point of view from really different institutions, so we went and asked Cyrille SCIAMA, curator from Nantes Art Museum and Florence BOUHRIS, associate director of the Cinématographe, an independent cinema in Nantes. First is Cyrille, who has been a curator for a […]

  Most of the places we go to have a single function. A bar is place to have a drink, a gallery a place to admire works of art, a factory a place to produce things, and an office is a place to work. However, today, we observe emerging places where activities and functions are […]

This session of “Cash & Culture” covers the topic of how architecture can shift the image of a city. We have provided interviews with Marieke Zeegers from SAMOA and Tahaer Zoyab, an architect from India to get a closer look on architecture.

This radio session of “Cash & Culture” will cover the topic “medicine and arts”. We have provided two interviews, carried out by Hephzibah Kisia, of Kenyan specialists (Nasambu ,Oneko and Lynn) in this sector. Nasambu shared the opinion that unity was in everything so music and arts could heal people by helping them find the […]

Cash and Culture 20.09 Animé par les intervenants d’Audencia Business School Thèmes : Culture – Entrepreunariat For the return of Cash & Culture, the MSc MECE students of Audencia have interviewed Cédric Huchet, Scopitone’s festival programmer and Mr. Lu° a kenyan artist. The interview was carried out by Gaël David. Cédric presents the 2017 edition […]