Institute for Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship
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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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MPhil Cultural and Creative Entrepreneurship - delivered at Trinity College Dublin

The MPhil is delivered in partnership between Trinity College Dublin and Goldsmiths, Institute of Creative andCultural Entrepreneurship. Courses are offered in Trinity across a range of disciplines including Drama, Film and Music, History and Humanities, Computer Science, Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies, English and Business.

Applications are invited from graduates in all disciplines who want to apply entrepreneurial processes and theories in order to develop sustainable careers or enterprises.

For more information on this programme, please follow the link below

Institute for Creative & Cultural Entrepreneurship

Cultures in disarray

A commentary from  Courtney McLaughlin,  a student on our MA Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship programme at Goldsmiths.   CMCI King’s College Conference – ‘Cultures in Disarray’ 11-12 June 2015 ICCE Blog Post ‘Cultures in Disarray’ is a large and loaded theme to cover in a two-day conference. When I submitted my abstract for the King’s […]


This book seeks to offer a new, global perspective on cultural policy. In recent years, the study of Cultural Policy has firmly established itself as a field that cuts across a range of academic disciplines, including Sociology, Cultural Studies, Economics, Anthropology, Area Studies, Languages, Geography, and Law. We hope this volume will be a definitive collection of work that sets out […]

Cultural Policy workshop at Warwick University

Cultural Policy Workshop at Warwick University / Noa Katz On 9 July, 2014, a workshop on cultural value took place at The University of Warwick, titled: “‘Cultural Value’ and the Economic and Social Impact of the Arts”. A day long, the workshop hosted three presentations and one panel session. Attendees were mainly MA and PhD […]

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