Building Creative Regions: New Dilemmas and New Solutions

FORM Contemporary Craft and Design presents a masterclass with Kate Oakley on Friday April 29 at the Parmelia Hilton Hotel. By engaging with the central question of ‘what is the role of public policy in building a sustainable creative economy?’ participants in this one-day seminar will examine how government and the creative industries can work together to make cities and regions more innovative and livable. The seminar is aimed at people working in the fields of cultural/creative industries policy, city or urban planning and cultural/community regeneration, as well as academics and students. Ms Oakley is an independent consultant and writer on regional development and the knowledge economy and is currently adjunct professor of creative industries at Queensland University of Technology. Included in the program is the FORM Creative Capital lunch forum with Ms Oakley and John Howkins, which can also be attended separately. Tickets for the masterclass are $395, or $95 to attend only the lunch forum. For registration or more details, contact FORM at or 9226 2799.

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