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The capital’s Creative Industries Agency continues to introduce regional representatives to successful practices in the creative field. This was announced by the Minister of the Moscow Government, Head of the City Department of Culture Alexey Fursin.

“Moscow has extensive experience and developments in this area and is ready to transfer its expertise to the regions. In 2023, the Creative Industries Agency, having visited over 20 cities, introduced regional entrepreneurs and government officials to the latest trends in the capital’s creative industry. In 2024, we will continue to transfer educational experience in order to expand the community of talents and attract attention to the creative environment, thereby strengthening the potential of the regions,” said Alexey Fursin.

The work begins with research: Moscow experts, together with colleagues from the regions, develop a strategy, identify industry leaders, growth points in the field of creative industries, form communities and build a dialogue with representatives of executive authorities.

The starting point for transferring the capital’s experience to the regions was the project “Russian Creative Week. Moscow-fest”. On July 6 and 7, 2023, the Creative Industries Agency organized a business mission for designers from the Republic of Karelia. They got acquainted with the latest trends and opportunities for business development in the field of interior design, learned about new practices and approaches in this industry, and the stages of interaction with the customer when creating a project. Guests were told about the psychology of design perception, the importance of preserving cultural objects and folk crafts in the digital space. In addition, they visited production facilities to get acquainted with work processes. Business internship participants now look at the history and culture of their region, drawing on the capital’s experience of working in a creative environment: they digitize objects, create collections of furniture, tableware, textiles and other items.

Every month, the Creative Industries Agency receives representatives from regions who are interested in developing creative industries and studying the best Moscow practices. Thus, on July 7 and 8, the capital was visited by employees of government agencies and public organizations from Vladivostok, Kazan, Tyumen, Cherepovets, Kemerovo, Krasnodar, Samara, Tula, Stavropol, Omsk, Rostov-on-Don and other parts of the country. The guests visited the main creative spaces of Moscow, such as the Winzavod center for contemporary art, the Artplay design center, the GES-2 House of Culture and other places where they were able to study the experience of the capital’s agency and industry leaders. As a result of the visit, cooperation agreements were signed with the creative space “Mega-Art” of Rybinsk, the company “Mega-Pak” from Cherepovets and the Kuzbass socially beneficial entrepreneurship development fund “Active Business”. In 2024, creative projects will be implemented in these regions under the patronage of the Creative Industries Agency.

By studying the capital’s experience, regions have the opportunity to adopt the developments and methodology of projects “Design shop” And“Design Factory”. At the same time, the Creative Industries Agency will provide comprehensive consulting support – full support at all stages of the project. This will attract residents to creative areas and draw the attention of businesses to new directions in domestic and foreign markets.

The Agency for Creative Industries plans for 2024 to visit Belgorod, Ulyanovsk, Veliky Novgorod, Omsk, Krasnodar, Yekaterinburg, the Karachay-Cherkess Republic, the Republic of North Ossetia-Alania and other places for educational purposes. The agency is ready to offer strategy development and support in various creative areas.

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