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The Creative Industries: Ten Years After
A one day symposium

This event took place on 27th February 2008

Note: This event took place in CMR1


10.00 Registration and Coffee

10.25 Welcome and Introduction

Creative Industries Policy

Justin O'Connor (CuMIRC/University of Leeds)
Can there ever be an industrial policy for culture? And what might it look like?

Andy C Pratt (LSE)
Taming the cultural industries

Jon Newbigin (Creative Industries Consultant/Special Advisor DCMS)
What should the Government do about the creative industries?

12.00-13.00: Lunch

Creativity in Question

Kate Oakley (City University)
Collapsing categories: the arts, creativity and innovation

Chris Bilton (Warwick University)
The creativity of the creativity industries: from individual talent to paradoxical thinking

Jason Toynbee (CRESC/Open University)
Adjectives that matter: cultural industries, creative industries and the
politics of culture

14.30-15.00: Coffee

Creative Work

David Hesmondhalgh (CuMIRC/University of Leeds)
Creative labour

Rosalind Gill (CCIG/Open University)
When precariousness becomes fixed... Creative working in new media.

Mark Banks (CRESC/Open University)
Craft values and creative industries

16.30-17.15 Summary and Discussion - Justin O'Connor (Chair)
10:25 am The Creative Industries: Ten Years After Session 1
1:00 pm The Creative Industries: Ten Years After Session 2
3:00 pm The Creative Industries: Ten Years After Session 3