First ICCA Workshop on Cultural Industries


ICCAThis Workshop, hosted by the Labex ICCA (an interdisciplinary research centre on the arts, culture and digital markets and their practices), intends to provide a forum that allows the development and the dissemination of researches on a single object (cultural industries) but from different scientific fields (economics, communication sciences, sociology, law, education sciences…). It aims at favouring discussions and connections between various scientific fields and various cultural industries. Professionals and institutional representatives of the cultural sector will also be invited to compare their experience with the researches presented during the workshop, which will be held in English.

Propositions of communication will be selected on the basis of a detailed abstract or a full- paper. These propositions may cover all the above mentioned scientific fields, all the cultural industries (publishing, audiovisual, movie, music, videogame, …) and deal with various topics like (among others): the impact of digitization on cultural industries (disintermediation, redefinition of the authorship, cultural diversity, new modes of distribution and consumption), the assessment of cultural policies, creativity in cultural industries

Deadline for submitting detailed abstracts or full-papers was June 30, 2014. Authors will be notified on acceptance or rejection by July 11, 2014. There is no submission or registration fee. Monday evening dinner, Tuesday lunch and accommodation expenses (up to two nights) of the conference participants who presented a paper will be covered by the Labex ICCA.

Travel expenses will not be covered.

Local Organization Commitee:

Prof. Françoise Benhamou, University Paris 13

Prof. Bertrand Legendre, University Paris 13

Prof. François Moreau, University Paris 13.


For more information visit


Leave a Reply

Related Articles

E-Learning 2016: New Strategies and Trends
This conference seeks to anticipate the future of education, offering a critical inside look into the current trends and resources being used in teaching and learning environments. The 2016 e-learning strategies and trends will be explored through the presentation of case studies, practical applications and the analysis of data related to students’, faculties’ and organizations’ performance. Professors and researchers from all over the world are invited to participate in the conference to ...
E-Space creative marketing workshop. Innovation for Cultural Heritage
The E-Space creative marketing workshop "Digital Culture, Social Media and Innovation for the Cultural Heritage” is taking place in Pisa on 9 October. It will explore different ways of communicating cultural contents with the use of new media and will show how a greater audience can be reached by combining the power of social media and storytelling. The event, hosted by Fondazione Sistema Toscana in cooperation with Invasioni Digitali, is being held in the framework of the Internet Festival...
A hub to bring together creativity and production
From 30 September to 3 October, the first edition of the Bologna Design Week is being held under the auspices of Municipality of Bologna, Emilia Romagna Region and CERSAIE. Thanks to the initiative, for the first time cultural, production and creative excellences of the territory convene in an integrated communication system. The Emilian centre will become a further attraction hub in the Italian design system, through a rich programme providing exhibitions, workshops, talks and business meetings...
STARTS explores the catalytic role of the Arts
The STARTS (Science, Technology and the Arts) Symposium, being held in Brussels on 22-23 June 2015 at BOZAR, is aimed at exploring the catalytic role of the Arts for innovation in business, industry and society and how to foster it. As representative of the Civic Epistemologies consortium Frederik Truyen, Professor at the Faculty of Arts of Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, is attending the event to present the project to the delegates.