Presented by Culture Works, House of Holmberg and Martin Thim in collaboration with Aarhus 2017, Central Denmark Region and Districts of Creativity
Would you like to network with some of the most visionary and creative people in the world while gaining inspiring perspectives about the future in bucketloads? If so, you need to participate in Creativity World Forum 2017 when this worldwide conference visits Denmark for the first time ever in connection with the European Capital of Culture year.
The programme features great profiles, such as graphic rock star Stefan Sagmeister, Black Sky Thinking pioneer Rachel Armstrong, Tom Kelly from IDEO, Denmark’s own HjerneMadsen, Peter Lund Madsen, and world-renowned architect Jan Gehl. Prepare for a spectacular visual experience when Musikhuset Aarhus is converted into a creative mecca with presentations by some of the world’s leading speakers and impassioned entrepreneurs.
More than 2,000 professional participants are ready to network with you, and the long string of breakout sessions will take you away from the big concert hall and into some of Aarhus’ most exciting companies. And yes, you can expect to gain lots of specific knowledge and inspiration about how best to promote and exploit the creativity of your professional work.
Open Space Area for children and adults alike
Creativity World Forum 2017 is centred on the theme of Creative Resilience – How to Develop Cities on the Rise, and it explores creativity in three areas: People, Enterprise and City. Along the way, you will experience the creative nerve that has helped define Aarhus and the Central Denmark Region in recent years, when
Ridehuset is transformed into an open marketplace where everybody, with or without a ticket, can stop by to enjoy scrumptious street gastronomy, test their own creativity, and create new relations in the creative industry. Are you interested in how businesses and communities will develop across the world in the future? If so, Creativity World Forum 2017 is a conference you do not want to miss.