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Register for the Africa Creative Economy Conference (ACEC) 2014 in Rabat, Morocco

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Applications are invited from artists, cultural activists, enterprises, NGOs and others active in the creative sector for the African Creative Economy Conference (ACEC), 2014 scheduled to take place in Rabat, Morocco from  13th – 15th November, 2014. The Africa Creative Economy Conference is an annual project of the Arterial Network, a Pan-African civil society network of artists, cultural activists, enterprises, NGOs and others active in the creative sector. Highlighting the role of culture in sustainable development, the ACEC aims to provide a practical analysis and reflective overview of the current status of the African creative economy. After successful editions in Nairobi (2011), Dakar (2012) and Cape Town (2013), Rabat (Morocco) will welcome the 4th edition of the African Creative Economy Conference from the 13th to the 15th of November 2014. Gathering practitioners, academics, policymakers and stakeholders from 40 African countries and the five continents, the ACEC has become an annual landmark to debate and formulate the strategies that help sustain and grow the creative sector in Africa.This meeting provides an enabling platform for dialogue, information exchange, networking and the strengthening of partnerships across arts disciplines, sectors, national borders and continents. Who Should Attend

  • Artists
  • Academics and Researchers
  • Art Administrators
  • Creative Practitioners
  • Donors and Foundations
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Journalists
  • Policy Makers
  • Public Sector Officials
  • Private Sector

Thematic Areas

  1. Entrepreneurship in the Creative Sector: Insights and success stories from leaders in art disciplines: pragmatic applications for arts practitioners
  2. African Arts and Culture by Numbers: The creative economy in a broader geopolitical and economic context: perspectives from development agencies
  3. Arts, Culture and Democracy in Africa: The status of arts and cultural rights in Africa- democracy, good governance and the creative sector’s contribution to human, social and economic development
  4. Learning from other experiences and envisioning the future: Lessons from emerging countries: practices in Latin America, Asia and Europe.

Deadline: 30 September 2014 For more information, kindly visit the ACEC 2014 Website 

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