Culture remains the solution: a call to support Racines

CUMEDIAE is very disappointed to receive news of the troubles now faced by Racines, a moroccan NGO advocating for the integration of culture in to public human, social and economic policies and an organisation with which we have collaborated well with over the years. The court ruled in late December 2018, after the governor of Casablanca-Anfa filed a complaint over Racines’ hosting of the satirical online show 1 dîner, 2 cons, where some guests criticized

CUMEDIAE’s Chairman will participate as a key speaker in Public Policy Exchange Symposium.

Our Chairman and co-founder Ignasi Guardans will participate to a symposium organised by Public Policy Exchange on “Modernising Cultural and Creative Industries within the EU: Discussing the New European Agenda for Culture” on February 6, 2019. The conference, hosted by Thon Hotel Brussels City Centre, Brussels, will evaluate recent initiatives and policy developments in the field of Cultural and Creative Industries from the EU to tackle the emerging challenges to the sector. Together with the

CUMEDIAE publishes an unprecedented handbook “Gender-related Opportunities in the Audiovisual Sector” in the framework of the project SouthMed WiA

Together with the team behind the project “SouthMed WiA, Towards Greater Gender Equality: Promoting the Role and Image of Women in the Southern Mediterranean Audiovisual Sector”, CUMEDIAE has carried out an extensive research and published an unprecedented handbook under the title “Gender-related Opportunities in the Audiovisual Sector”. The new publication fills an important gap in the existing publications available to film professionals. For the first time ever, in Arabic and in English, a book puts

CUMEDIAE participates in Horizon 2020 Project to reassess the role of CCIs contribution to growth, quality employment, competitiveness, and social cohesion of cities and regions across EU

Culture and Media Agency Europe (CUMEDIAE aisbl) has joined a consortium of well respected social and economic research institutes, cultural managers and creative workers from six European countries, led by the University of Turku (Finland), in a three year long research project intended to reshape the economic and social perception of the Cultural and Creative Industries (CCIs). The DISCE Project (acronym for Developing Inclusive & Sustainable Creative Economies), funded by the European Commission under the

CUMEDIAE reinforces its links with China

Ignasi Guardans, Chairman and co-founder of CUMEDIAE, visited Shanghai last week, in the context of the opening of the “China Europe International Contemporary Art Global Tour”, an exhibition taking place in the very heart of Shanghai business centre putting together the works of several European artists. With the efficient support of Maggie Wen Xu, artist and cultural manager, member of our Professional Network living between Shanghai and Brussels, some interviews took place with the purpose

The project “Parallel Traces: A new lens for Jewish Heritage” at Creative Europe kick-off

We are very proud to announce that our project “Parallel Traces: A new lens for Jewish Heritage” has been selected by the European Creative program of the European Commission. On October 10 and 11, Victor Sorenssen and Caroline Lambert representing The Luxembourg based European Association for the Preservation and Promotion of Jewish Culture and Heritage (AEPJ), project leaders of Parallel Traces and Stefanie Thomas from Culture and Media Agency Europe CUMEDIAE aisbl participated in the Kick Off meeting