Workshop on CUltural creative Industry and community development balance between tradition
and innovation bronze vs. white Skin treatments Topest once apon
a time... but that was in the past... tallest building The widests avenue Community development first step select an icon to identify the community and
their products. bases: tradition + new ideas they can apply for financial assistance
from the government Curiosities taiwan beautiful good luck traditions
Muhamad Moenawar, Indonesia
Syed Mohammad Ovais, India
María Custodia Tiny, S.Tome & Principe
Anne Billeam, Nauru
Mariana Massigoge, Argentina Passion Vision Integration 2009 institutions
projects Tradition innovation Strategies
Traditional skills promotion
Community organization One town one product (refence One village One Product, OVOP, Japan) Arts and craft stores Taiwan´s Brand - Yii
Craft and Design from Taiwan CUltural and trade fairs What was really interesting was that we received money tickets so we could spend in the fair. Its a way of giving money to the community through their work Streetfood every community has their own strategic plan and are
well prepare to recive visits and tourist. Every group has a video projector, wallscreen and graphic supports. By the people
for the people The government proposes a system that provides cognitive, technical and organisational instruments so as to enable individuals and/or communities
to achieve a result, using their skills and abilities to the best advantage and, at the same time, to regenerate the quality of living contexts, in which they happen to live.
Ezio Manzini, DIS.Indaco, Politecnico di Milano, 6.1.06
Ezio Manzini wrote a paper called "Creative communities, collaborative networks and distributed economies" that in many ways represents what is propose and being done in Taiwan when it comes to community development. Distributed economies;
-Strengthen the referents
-Focus to distribute
-peer to peer
-empower local identity
-Enhace creativity prototype images:
http://bit.ly/9842ST Actions inspired in Taiwan Driven and empowered by the goverment between Taiwan and Argentina 1. organizational opportunity (to support the activity organization);
2. network building (to support the connection between different actors);
3. community building (to support the building of new forms of communities);
4. critical mass generation (to involve the necessary number of participants)
Acknoledgements link to facebook albums 1. cultural capabilities (skills and knowledge);
2. physical capabilities (material prostheses);
3. psychological drivers (cultural or ethical interests);
4. economical drivers (saving money or
being paid). Enable solutions communities empowerment: and everybody else behind the scene I will remember you always! 1. accessibility (reducing physical or psychological barriers);
2. time to do it (making more efficient the proposed activity, or liberating time in other activities);
3. space where to do it (reducing the needed space, or liberating other spaces, or creating new spaces) Context conditions
improvement; Systemic issues development; local
sandwich Bamboo workshop Conclussions report Still a lot of notes to analize :: Turning creative culture into a profitable and sustainable venture.
:: Providing linkages and facilitating environment for integration of communities.
:: Bridging the digital divide of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises. but still is not their only income...
What would be the second step?
How can this be a profitable business? :: Integrating creative culture industry with other sectors of the economy.
:: Help creating competitive edge through diversification.
:: Check migrating youths and attracting them by creating conducive environment. Way ahead ICDF and many more under construction... (Manzini, 2006) (Manzini, 2006) (Manzini, 2006) (Manzini, 2006)See the full transcript