The Architecture Project
More Creative is Aarhus 2017 and Central Denmark Region’s strategy to stimulate growth and create jobs by supporting the region’s creative industries. The core purposes of More Creative are to develop creative partnerships into self-supporting clusters and to form new regional partnerships across the creative industries and the wider economy and thus stimulate the creative economy. This leads to new business models and a region with a stronger competitive edge. We believe, the industries of tomorrow are creative!
Join us 1-2 November 2017 if you work with creativity in your practice, your business or as a research subject – and join us if you want to be inspired, challenged and learn more about what creativity can offer you.
Place: TBA. Price: TBA
Vogue it up and get ready for a spectacular performance and fashion show when fashion and new technologies combine to walk on water from Aarhus into the world. The Aarhus Canal, Dokk1, and the Aarhus Harbour set the scene for Aarhus Walks on Water with digital facade projections, interactive e-textiles and sonic spaces.
Place: Aarhus. Price: TBA
“For Danish School of Media and Journalism, More Creative gives unique possibilities for creating growth and knowledge in the field between professional small/medium sized businesses and big, public institutions.”
“We strive to bring something, that’s authentic Danish, and make it global. Finn Juhl helps clearing the path for Danish designers.”
“Headstart Fashion has helped us getting in contact with the right people and has given us the tools to accommodate some of the challenges, we face.”
“Our primary goal is international co-productions. Our latest co-production, Song of the Sea, was nominated to an Oscar for best animated film.”
“More Creative has given us volume and resources to build a strong partnership, where authorities, contractors, architects, and research institutions in the entire region can solve social challenges and create growth and jobs.”
“With the growth initiative More Creative, European Cultural Capital Aarhus 2017 supports the development of cooperation between different branches of creative industries and makes sure that it leads to black figures on the bottom line and more jobs.”
“With the initiative More Creative, Central Denmark Region has put the creative industries on the agenda and the initiative has proven that the creative industries contributes with a vast amount the regions’ total revenue.”
“With the regional initiative More Creative, it is our ambition to create the best conditions for creative industries in Central Denmark Region in the future.”