The Cre-AM project has been launched!0 0 December 17, 2013
The Cre-AM project has been launched!
13 project partners gathered in Nantes (France) on October 31 to officially launch the CRe-AM project. The discussions along the whole day allowed to carefully reviewing the work to be done in the next two years and agreeing on a detailed work plan for the coming months.
All partners also seized this opportunity to confirm their determination to fully contribute to the success of the EU Creative ICT initiative in the context of which their project has been launched.
The CRe-AM project aims to bridge communities of creators with communities of technology providers and innovators, in a collective, strategic intelligence and roadmapping effort to streamline, coordinate and amplify collaborative work. In other terms, CRe-AM will involve creators who currently use ICT tools in their everyday creative practices, and will engage them in a collective dialogue with ICT researchers and developers. Its overall objective is to empower creators by giving them access to new forms of facilitation, enhancement, and contextualization of the creative process and its outputs.
Key to the project success will be the mobilization and active involvement of stakeholder communities in the roadmapping work. The CRe-AM consortium already brings together a critical mass of initial core stakeholders in the creative industries and has access to essential networks of its key partners and stakeholders from the creative sectors —individuals as well as institutions—that will support and significantly enhance the project’s applications, reach and impact.
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The CRe-AM project brings together a complementary blend of partners, and will benefit from scientific and technological expertise in the domain of ICT, and a large networking capacity with all stakeholder groups of creative industries. Participants in the project include: Brunel University (Coordinator, UK), Menon (Belgium), Black Cube Collective (UK), NCSR (Greece), London Metropolitan University (UK), IMT (France), Fluxguide (Austria), Sigma Orionis (France), Lattanzio (Italy), Liverpool Hope University (UK), The University of Liverpool (UK), imaginary (Italy), and ELIG (Austria).
Stay tuned, as more information will soon be available!