LABKULTUR presents: study on ‘Culture 3.0′

25 FEBRUARY 2013

LABKULTUR.TV has published a study by Italian professor Pier Luigi Sacco on the development of cultural sector through the ages. By doing so, he offers a new perspective on the EU 2014-2020 structural funds programming.

Culture Balloons by Newfrontiers. Found on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/newfrontiersmedia/5568116666/ CC BY-NC 2.0).In his study the Milan professor Pier Luigi Sacco (IULM) shows the historical development of what we know as “Culture”.

By analogy with the fast development of the internet and its incarnations, Sacco sets out that there was a pre-industrial Culture 1.0 that evolved over a long period of time and reigned for several centuries. The industrial revolution turned it step by step into Culture 2.0. With the digital revolution and the invention of the internet it gradually grew into Culture 3.0.

What does that mean for Culture today? How does the policy framework of an integrating Europe react to this?
LABKULTUR.TV features Sacco’s study in a small series of articles.

Read Part I.
Read Part II.
Read Part III.
Read Part IV.
Read Part V.
Read Part VI.
Read Part VII.
Read Part VIII.
Read Part IX.

(Source: LABKULTUR.TV)

‘Creative Europe’
For more information on the EU 2014-2020 structural funds programming, such as ‘Creative Europe’ (proposed budget of €1.8 billion for the period 2014-2020), click here.

Credits: Image on top of the website: Culture Balloons by Newfrontiers – Found on Flickr (Creative Commons)