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DISCE Co-Creation Lab #2 in Timisoara: a conversation with Dr. Tamsyn Dent and Steve Rimmer CUMEDIAE, together with a consortium of social and economic research institutes, cultural managers and creative workers from six European countries, is part of a three year long research project funded by the European Commission under

Parallel Traces – a new exhibition in Belgrade!

CUMEDIAE is happy to announce that yesterday evening, Parallel Traces successfully inaugurated the new exhibition in the city of Belgrade, Serbia, organised with the support of Tačka komunikacije, Parallel Traces’s partner from Belgrade. The exhibition is hosted by Kuća legata, the Heritage House Museum of Belgrade, where the photographic and

DISCE: Creative industries research frontiers

DISCE team at the The King’s College London Department of Culture, Media and Creative Industries (CMCI) and Policy Evidence Centre (PEC) are co-hosting the Creative Industries Research Frontiers Seminar Series in London, committed to explore emerging issues and research challenges in the Cultural and Creative Industries.CUMEDIAE is a proud partner

A “trampoline” for our future: Mariano and Rosario share their experience at Cumediae

Looking back, it seems like only yesterday when we arrived, and now we realise its been three months and we are going to leave. We have lived incredible experiences together, both outside and inside of CUMEDIAE, but although destiny brought us together in Brussels, we also have learnt different lessons.In

DISCE in Liepāja and Enschede

The DISCE Project, of which CUMEDIAE is a partner, keeps traveling around Europe to investigate the dynamics of cultural and creative economies in specific case study city-regions, providing in-depth understanding of issues of growth, inclusivity and sustainability.On November 20th-21st DISCE and its Stockholm School of Economics in Riga reserachers, brought

Parallel Traces: a new stop in Wroclaw

On November 7th, the exhibition of Parallel Traces in Wroclaw, Poland, was inaugurated in the fantastic space of the White Stork synagogue, center of the Bente Kahan Foundation.   CUMEDIAE, as one of the Parallel Traces partners, was represented by Rosa Juanco, Artistic Director of the project. Alongside her, the