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Culture and Creativity Management Podcast

Do you want to take part in conversations about current culture and creativity management issues with professionals and students? In this podcast you can learn more about management issues in the cultural and creative areas.

The podcast series discusses contemporary challenges in culture and creativity management with master's students from the Department of Service Management and Service Studies, based on their master's theses. Professionals in the field are also invited to discuss current issues that are seldom discussed in the media when it comes to the cultural and creative field.In this way, the podcast allows a broader discussion of matters of both societal and research interest in the area of culture and creativity management.

The podcast is a way to share insights with people who are interested in learning more about the cultural and creative fields, especially related to management issues.We aim to offer something for both current and future students, researchers, policy makers and professionals in the cultural and creative field, as well as for a broader audience.
 

Episode 2: Innovation and digitalization of cultural heritage experiences

The second episode of the Culture and creativity management podcast has digital experiences in museums as its topic. A virtual reality experience at a museum in Malmö on the siege of the town in 1677 was offered to visitors in the summer of 2021. This experience was part of a Master’s thesis written by Thibault Geraudie and Marcio Filho, and they tell their story of the project and their plans to develop it into a business to host Katja Lindqvist.


Episode 1: Innovation in library services – does it require a pandemic?

In the first episode of the Culture and creativity management podcast, the topic is innovation in the cultural field, and the effects of Covid-19 on innovation processes. Talking to Katja Lindqvist is Ruth Bedoya Lopez, one of the first group of students at the Culture and Creativity Management Master’s specialization at the department. Her master’s thesis in the spring of 2021 discussed innovation in Swedish libraries. Guests are also Eva Hveem, Librarian at Helsingborg public libraries, and Layla Husein, Service designer at the same library.

Contact

The host of the podcast is Katja Lindqvist, Associate Professor and Senior Lecturer, engaged in the Master’s specialization Culture and Creativity Management at the Department of Service Management and Service Studies at Lund University.

Email: katja [dot] lindqvist [at] ism [dot] lu [dot] se