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On the 3rd of April 2014 a seminar Get Creative – Go Baltic took place at the Goethe Institute in Brussels. It was dedicated to the development of cultural and creative industries in the Baltic Sea Region. The seminar was organized by the Informal Baltic Sea Group (an informal association of the Baltic Sea Regions, which work is actively supported by the Pomorskie Regional Office in Brussels) in collaboration with the European Commission and the Nordic Council of Ministers.

A series of lectures and discussions was preceded by the so-called “project café”, which was attended by representatives of cultural institutions of the Baltic Sea region. Pomerania was represented by the Baltic Sea Culture Centre (Nadmorskie Centrum Kultury, NCK). 

Our representatives promoted (among others) excellent illustrators: Agnieszka Żelewska, Grażyna Rigall, Ewa Poklewska-Koziełło and authors Iwona Chmielewska and Anna Czerwińska – Rydel, as well as projects related to the activity of NCK, such as the revitalization of the Centre of St. John.

The seminar was inaugurated by the speech of Minister Jan Truszczyński, Director-General for Education and Culture of the European Commission. Its main topic was the promotion of culture and creativity for the development and creation of work places. The same panel about politics in culture was also participated by Mikael Hoysti, Head of Department of Culture in the Nordic Council of Ministers, Stefan Musiolik, Head of Cultural and European Affairs in the German Ministry of Justice and Gabor Bihary from the Committee of the Regions.

The second session concerned the key aspects of the cultural and creative industries for the development of labour markets and entrepreneurship in Baltic Sea regions.Speakers were, among others: Marie Louise Ronmark – mayor of the Swedish city of Umeå and Henry Janson, representing business incubator Modenk of the Swedish city of Boras.

The seminar was concluded with a panel discussion –  the exchange of experiences during the “project café”.

Presentations for download below: