Estonian design to be introduced in Brussels for the first time

IndrekNarusk viks brushed 2From 24 April to 25 May, the Estonian design review exhibition "Size doesn't matter" will take place in Brussels at the Design Flanders Gallery; it's the first time Estonian design is exhibited in the Belgian capital. Read more »

Latitude59 Pitching Contest

latitude59 poster finalOn April 28-29 there will be Latitude59 conference here in Tallinn, Estonia. During that time Startup Wise Guys is hosting a pretty neat pitching event for startups. Read more »

Input into the development of new inducement prizes contests

The European Commission plans to launch a small number of inducement prizes from 2015, as part of Horizon 2020, its Framework Programme for Research and Innovation. Read more »

N.I.C.E. Network and Award

ecce 4c 300Participants from the EU (member states and candidate countries) can now apply under the slogan “Spillover Innovations”: artists, cultural professionals and entrepreneurs with finished projects in the cultural and creative industry, scientists, universities with ongoing research projects as well as municipalities and regions with political measures and strategies. Read more »

Sustainable Fashion - A Business Model: Estonian and Danish ways of making it work

upOn the 2nd of April a seminar focusing on Estonian and Danish showcases of sustainable fashion production will be held in Tallinn. The event will be attended by the HRH Crown Princess Mary of Denmark who is into promoting sustainable principles and Estonian First Lady Evelyn Ilves. Read more »

Spillover Innovations Award

ecceThe european centre for creative economy (ecce) is charged with the sustainably development of the creative industries and the pan-European networking from the Ministry for family affairs, children, youth, culture and sport of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia. As Leadpartner of the “Network for Innovation in Culture and Creativity in Europe” (N.I.C.E.) ecce will bestow the N.I.C.E. Award at the Forum d´Avignon Ruhr 2014 this year for the second time. Read more »

From idea to prototype

urlOn the first week of March a seminar with an intriguing title: People-Friendly Service Culture took place in Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre. It was lead by service design specialist, Sharyn Farnan from the UK. Together with the cultural management students from EAMT, students from other creative universities, practitioners from cultural organizations, creative entrepreneurs and a group of cultural management students from Saint-Petersbourg took part. Read more »

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