Creative Cities Network
The UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN) is a project of UNESCO launched in 2004 to promote cooperation among cities which recognized creativity as a major factor in their urban development. As of 2017[update], there are 180 cities from 72 countries in the network.
The network aims to foster mutual international cooperation with and between member cities committed to invest in creativity as a driver for sustainable urban development, social inclusion and cultural vibrancy. The Network recognizes the following creative fields:
The overall situation and activities within the Network is reported in the UCCN Membership Monitoring Reports, each for a 4-year period for a particular city.
The Network recognizes the concept of creative tourism, defined as travel associated with creative experience and participation.
Cities of Crafts and Folk Art
There are currently 34 Cities of Crafts and Folk Art across the world:
Cities of Media Arts
There are currently 13 Cities of Media Arts around the world:
Cities of Film
There are currently 13 Cities of Film:
Cities of Design
There are currently 31 Cities of Design around the world:
- "What is the Creative Cities Network ?", a UNESCO webpage
- Creative Cities Network homepage
- Inequalities in Creative Cities: Issues, Approaches, Comparisons, 2016, ISBN 1349951153 p. 241
- Macdonald, Moira (31 October 2017). "UNESCO declares Seattle a City of Literature". The Seattle Times. Retrieved 1 November 2017.
- "UCCN today: 116 Cities in 54 countries | Creative Cities Network". en.unesco.org. Retrieved 2018-10-03.
- "Reporting & monitoring", a UCCN webpage
- OECD Studies on Tourism Tourism and the Creative Economy, 2014, ISBN 9264207872, p. 83
- "creative cities map | Creative Cities Network". en.unesco.org. Retrieved 2019-02-06.
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