Meeting for cultural innovation

The CultHulting Lab brings together the field of culture and the arts next February to generate new synergies around innovation

On 27th February, the Fábrica de Creación Fabra y Coats hosts a CultHulting Lab event. This is a meeting between artists and companies of culture and the arts to train and share new and dynamic forms of management in the sector.
This time the conference will offer two creative workshops to choose from, in which there will be a collaboration with José Maria Berenguer and Menno Marien. 
José Maria Berenguer, Director of the Orchestra of Chaos, Sound Consultant in multimedia systems in the UOC and professor of Digital Sound ESDI-Ramon Llull University will lead the workshop on sound improvisation. 
Furthermore, Menno Marien, Innovation expert and founder of CROSSMO proposes a co-creation activity in team play at her workshop Simfonomía ©.
A great chance to get to know how culture can foster creativity and innovation in business.
More info: http://www.culthunting.com/lab

Publication date: Wednesday, 19 February 2014
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