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Institute for Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship
 
 
 
 
 

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ICCE delivers enterprise, cultural management and policy education to the creative and cultural sectors, and supports research in to new approaches to business, financial models and management in the Creative Economy. It delivers a range of academic programmes and presents activities and events to promote an environment in which creative and cultural entrepreneurship can flourish. Our approach is to integrate entrepreneurship within the development of creative practices, and to take a creative approach to the development of new businesses and the infrastructure that supports them.

For arts and cultural organisations we encourage students to critically analyse current management and policy practice at both micro and macro levels and recognise their potential to create new models and practice for both.

ICCE takes the view that Entrepreneurship is the creation of value, this value could be social, aesthetic or financial, and that when entrepreneurial activity is strong the three strands are interwoven.

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  • Patrick Mckenna
  • Sydney Levinson
  • Helene Martin-Gee
  • John Newbigin
  • Graham Ross Russell
  • Deborah Szebeko


Institute for Creative & Cultural Entrepreneurship

Supporting Creative Business: Cultural Enterprise Office and its clients

Siân Prime Director of the  MA Cultural & Creative Entrepreneurship in ICCE was invited to be respondent and contribute to a seminar held at the University of Glasgow on 3rd March 2014,that was part of the research project ”Supporting Creative Business: Cultural Enterprise Office and its clients”. The AHRC funded project investigates how the Cultural Enterprise Office operates as […]

Art-house Cinema Management Event Lebanon March 2014

Siân Prime spoke to managers of independent cinemas from across the Middle East at the first specialised workshop for arthouse cinema management and programming in the Arab world. Organised by The Network of Arab Arthouse Screens (NAAS) and Metropolis Cinema Association, in collaboration with ArteEast, Siân was the first speaker, opening the 5-day workshop, She spoke about the […]

ICCE OPEN LECTURE Influence and Attraction: A Debate on Soft Power – John Holden, Associate at think-thank Demos

ICCE OPEN  LECTURE Wednesday, 27 November, 2pm-4pm, LG02 NAB   Influence and Attraction: A Debate on Soft Power John Holden, Associate at think-thank Demos John Holden presents the key findings of his report Influence and Attraction: Culture and the Race for Soft Power in the 21st Century  In his own words: “Cultural contact between nations used […]


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