CURE: Creative Urban Renewal                                     Rene                                     Kooyman         ...
Indicators:      definitionAn indicator can be defined as:a characteristic or attributewhich can be measuredto assess an i...
Why Indicators for CURE             ?EU DG Regional Development since1995 systematic evaluation of socio-economical develo...
Core Indicators: Core       values
A. DIMENSION Learning labSUB-VALUE Expand entrepreneurial capacities; innovative creative results1      Development of ent...
B. DIMENSION Cultural Value ChainSUB VALUE Enhancing the infrastructure5   Getting the stakeholders involved and committed...
C. DIMENSION Flow of DiversitySUB VALUE Combining commercial and not for profit entrepreneurs7      Number of collaborativ...
D. DIMENSION Cultural Business ModellingSUB-VALUE Combine urban planning and creative entrepreneurial development10    Cre...
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  • Different dimensions: social dimension Social dimension: Social integration , Fostering territorial cohesion and identity ,Reinforcing self-confidence of individuals and communities Participate in the expression of cultural diversity.
  • Different dimensions: social dimension Social dimension: Social integration , Fostering territorial cohesion and identity ,Reinforcing self-confidence of individuals and communities Participate in the expression of cultural diversity.
  • CURE: Creative Zone Innovator

    1. 1. CURE: Creative Urban Renewal Rene Kooyman 22 Nov DublinCreative Zone Innovator: Conceptual Framework, Criteria and Indicators
    2. 2. Indicators: definitionAn indicator can be defined as:a characteristic or attributewhich can be measuredto assess an interventionin terms of its outputs or results.
    3. 3. Why Indicators for CURE ?EU DG Regional Development since1995 systematic evaluation of socio-economical developmentIndicators are:• relevant to the monitoring or evaluation of a programme• linked to a policy goal, objective and/or target• measured regularly (state of affairs)• steps are taken to ensure data gathering is reliable
    4. 4. Core Indicators: Core values
    5. 5. A. DIMENSION Learning labSUB-VALUE Expand entrepreneurial capacities; innovative creative results1 Development of entrepreneurial capabilities creative professionals Examples: inventory of educational needs, training and schooling initiatives, entrepreneurial training and support. Description of changes in quality assessment, entrepreneurial capabilities2 Create flexible working spaces Co-creation areas Examples: Description and inventory of spaces (number and/or m2), ateliers, exhibition spaces, conferences, performances, multi-media accommodations, etc.SUB-VALUE Individual and networked learning3 Number of platforms, networks or events for learning Examples: courses, trainings, mentorships, apprenticeships, supervisory and support facilities, etc.4 Cooperation with knowledge institutions and/or educational institutions Examples: contacts and interaction with schools, trainers and teachers, educational support
    6. 6. B. DIMENSION Cultural Value ChainSUB VALUE Enhancing the infrastructure5 Getting the stakeholders involved and committed Examples: identification and description stakeholders, the process of creating and sustaining their involvement and commitmentSUB VALUE: Sustainable entrepreneurial development; positioningand profiling6 Number of cultural events Examples: number (quantitative statistics) and/or qualitative identity of events, cultural profiles, strategic market positioning
    7. 7. C. DIMENSION Flow of DiversitySUB VALUE Combining commercial and not for profit entrepreneurs7 Number of collaborative working contacts and projects Examples: nr and types of conferences, symposiums, festivals, multi- disciplinary events, visitors, publications, etc.SUB VALUE Stimulating new and spontaneous encounters8 Diversity in disciplines, business categories, target groups, cultural activities, events and practices Examples: description and analyses of different cultural actors involved, count target groups, type of participants, type of cultural activities9 Involvement of community representation Examples: participation of local actors, organisations, representatives and inhabitants, participants (numbers or description)
    8. 8. D. DIMENSION Cultural Business ModellingSUB-VALUE Combine urban planning and creative entrepreneurial development10 Create an integrated development; combine the 3 ps: people, places and pounds (€) Examples: integration of the three aspects, the social, the territorial and financial aspects11 Achieve a return on investment on the real estate development Examples: financial paragraph, describing investment and financial prognoses and/or resultsSUB-VALUE Accelerate entrepreneurial development12 Number and Employment figures of creative firms, especially SMEs Examples: statistics regarding firms, creative entrepreneurs (individuals), joint ventures, strategic alliances13 Improve the use of urban space for creative entrepreneurs; (re)use of buildings Examples: development, renovation and/or re-use of urban spaces (nr and/or m2), re-use of urban space and collective facilities Note: These are the indicators that all partners will use and implement. Each city can add its own relevant and important indicators!
    9. 9. CURE: Creativ e Urban Renew alEuropean Research and Training Centre for Cultural Entrepreneurship ERTCCEUtrecht School of the Arts (HKU), Art and EconomicsUtrecht University (UU) , Art and Economics

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