International Conference "Creative industries: past, present and future"

WEDnesday - 10/08/2022 22:51
International Conference "Creative industries: past, present and future"

The International Francophone Institute (IFI) cordially announces the International Conference "Creative Industry: Past, Present and Future" taking place on August 11th, 2022 in Hanoi. The event is a part of the series of interdisciplinary seminars "Diderot Advanced Academic Seminars" initiated by IFI and sponsored by Vietnam National University, Hanoi.

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Creativity is one of the keywords of the current smart development trend associated with the Industrial Revolution 4.0 and the digital economy. Today, creativity is no longer limited to activities associated with individual skills, but also is becoming a dynamic field including many aspects and factors such as economic, social, aesthetic, and environmental,...

In a broad sense, creativity includes activities originating from the ideas, skills and talents of individuals, with the potential to create wealth and jobs through the exploitation of intellectual property rights. In other words, creativity has become an industry.

The International Conference "Creative Industry: Past, Present and Future" aims to (1) clarifying the concept and experience of developing the creative industry in a number of countries; (2) analyzing the forms of contribution and the particular factors of Vietnam's creative industry, as well as (3) providing recommendations and proposals on making the creative industry an important part of the Vietnamese economy through incentive policies and innovative management models. Topics of the Conference include but are not limited to the following:

  • Developing creative industries in Vietnam and practical experience from developed countries
  • Vietnam’s creative industries in the process of integration
  • The role of the state in promoting the development and competitiveness of creative industries
  • The association between individuals, organizations, the state and enterprises in  developing creative industries
  • Creative industries in association with the national and local cultural identity
  • From creative products to the process of production and commercialization
  • Opportunities and challenges facing the creative industries in the new age
  • Initiatives in the creative industry sector
  • Copyright issues in the creative industries.

Qualified papers of the conference will be published in the Proceedings of the DAAS Conference Series 2022 (with ISBN and ISSN numbers 2734-9969) and excellent papers will be published in Francophone Community Science Publications in Asia-Pacific (International ISBN and ISSN 2525-2488).

Time: 2:00 p.m , Thursday 11th August, 2022

Location: Smart Hall of Francophone International Institute

3rd floor, G6 building, 144 Xuan Thuy, Cau Giay, Hanoi.

Online access: Join Zoom Meeting

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/86341112686

Meeting ID: 863 4111 2686

Mobile contact:

Ms. Ngọc: 0976181193

Mr. Long: 0935641999

Agenda:

13:30-14:00

Reception

14:00-14:05

Welcoming and introduction of guests

14:05-14:35

Opening speech

14:35-15:35

Delegate introduction

14:35-14:55

Mrs. Đào Mai Trang – Journalist, Nhân Dân newspaper

14:55-15:15

Mr. Thierry Verdon – Director, French Institute of Vietnam

15:15-15:35

Mr. Nguyễn Đình Thành – Co-Founder, Managing Director Elite PR School/ Communication specialist

15:35-15:50

Teabreak

15:50-17:10

Speaker presentations (continued)

15:50-16:10

Mr. David Lapetina – Director of Operations, TIBCO Vietnam

16:10-16:30

Mrs. Emma Duester – Lecturer, School of Communication and Design, RMIT Vietnam

16:30-16:50

Mr. Nguyễn Hoàng Tùng - Lecturer, University of Theater and Performing Arts of Hanoi/ Pantomime Actor

16:50-17:10

Mr. Ribio Nzeza Bunketi Buse – Director of the Culture Department Senghor University

17:10-17:30

Discussion

17:30

Conclusion

 

Cordially welcome your participation!

 


 
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