INDONESIA-THE ADDED VALUE OF CREATIVITY
The Jakarta Post-Nov 8
As the first global forum held to discuss the prospects and challenges of creative industries, the three-day World Conference on Creative Economy (WCCE), which opened in Bali on Tuesday, is strategic because these industries by nature meet all the basic requirements for socially, economically and environmentally sustainable development. Since the industries classified as part of the creative economy — television, the visual arts, newspapers and magazines, advertising, architecture, books, the performing arts, gaming, fashion, movies, music and radio — all depend on talent and arts- and culture-based activities, they are open to people from all backgrounds.
First published in: The Jakarta Post