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Cultural and Creative Industries

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- Overview

Cultural and creative industries are the economic activities of artists, arts enterprises, and cultural entrepreneurs in the production, distribution and consumption of film, literature, theatre, dance, visual arts, broadcasting, and fashion. New digital and information and communication technologies have revolutionized the industry's production process, distribution channels, and consumption modes.  

Digital technology is becoming a standard tool for the collection, preservation, and dissemination efforts of arts and cultural heritage worldwide. From 3D configuration of ancient artifacts to applying artificial intelligence to shed new light on how we perceive the lineage of humanities, cultural heritage is headed toward a digital future.


- Some Issues on The Cultural and Creative Industries

Following are some theories, legal issues, and management practices central to organizations in the cultural and creative industries: 

  • key trends and issues in the arts and entertainment industries in the 21st century; 
  • the relationship and distinctions between the cultural and creative industries; 
  • commercial-nonprofit partnerships; 
  • the nature of creative work; 
  • understanding and negotiating various types of artist contracts; 
  • the major business forms utilized in the cultural and creative industries and their distinctions; and 
  • copyright, fair use, and other intellectual property-related issues for artists and other creatives.



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