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- 19 February 09
A Creative Cluster for Lebanon: Aspirations of a Rebranded Lebanon
Tom Fleming and Andrew Erskine, as part of their work to develop a Creative Cluster Action Plan for Lebanon, are featured in the blog: Beirut/NTSC (Never Twice Same City). The blog provides a summary of a recent workshop and an introduction to their aspirations for establishing a sustainable and competiteve Creative Cluster for Lebanon.
Very soon Tom Fleming Creative Consultancy's work in Lebanon will be featured in ArabAd magazine.
- 18 February 09
Andrew Erskine to facilitate Vilnius Reflection Conference
Tom Fleming Creative Consultancy is pleased to be facilitating the forthcoming Vilnius Reflection Conference to be held in the Lithunian Capital from March 19-21st 2009. The conference is being organised by the British Council, Vilnius - European Capital of Culture 2009 and the International Cultural Programme Centre. The event forms part of the series of events within the British Council's Creative Cities Project as well as being is a meeting space for the European Capitals of Culture (ECOC) Network.
While focusing on how we can evaluate capitals of culture, the conference will also look more widely at critical issues such as the changing nature of the relationship between culture and business, integrating culture into policy and strategic heart of major world cities and the changing nature of cultural institutions.
- 15 January 09
Tom Fleming Creative Consultancy in Syria
This January we are developing a new working relationship with the Syria Trust for Development. Tom Fleming is to facilitate a workshop in Damascus which will focus on strategic opportunities for the Syrian cultural and heritage sectors. This will set in motion the development of a framework for culture and heritage that links the amazing historic assets of Syria to the country's contemporary creative economy.
- 19 December 08
Supporting the Moving Image Group
Tom Fleming Creative Consultancy welcomes the opportunity to work with the Moving Image Group to develop their cultural leadership credentials.
Moving Image Group (MIG) is an affiliation of a number of the UK's most dynamic organisations working in the artists' moving image niche. Since being established in 1998, MIG has begun to establish its reputation for creating a responsive, informed and accessible network and forum for growing, discussing and sharing debates around policy issues and challenges connected to developing the contribution artists and moving image make to the UK's creative industries.
The Moving Image Group's primary assets are the organisations that it is comprised of and the individual talent working within those organisations. Partners include BFI, FACT, Portland Green, Animate Projects, Picture This and Onedotzero. These elements give MIG access to a range of partnerships and networks in the public and private sector, as well as to the established, high profile and up and coming artistic talent it wishes to grow.
- 18 December 08
Tom Fleming Creative Consultancy - A Creative Cluster Programme for Lebanon
At Tom Fleming Creative Consultancy we are excited to be working in partnership with Cisco to develop a Creative Cluster Programme for Lebanon. The 2009 programme will aim to maximise the potential transformative role provided by proposed new broadband infrastructure. We will be leading a research and consultation process to generate partnership and debate through a series of consultation events leading to a Creative Strategy Action Plan.
With a rich history of creative expression, and a diaspora of leading creative companies, the opportunity exists for Lebanon to flourish as a creative hub for the Middle East and wider region.