What does CROCUS do?
The Master’s programme in Culture and Creativity Management (CCM) started in 2019 and a Master’s programme in Fashion Studies is under development. We plan for commissioned education and the network is investigating possibilities to develop new educational modules on the labour market and working conditions within the cultural and creative industries for students at the Faculty of Fine and Performing Arts.
CROCUS is organised through three interdisciplinary themes: The creative space – planning and design. The theme focuses on the meaning of place, time and space in cultural and creative work. Creative work – activities, conditions and driving forces. Within this theme, focus is on working conditions and driving forces, as well as entrepreneurship within the cultural and creative industries. Trends, technique and the spirit of the times. The theme focuses on historical perspectives on fashion, design, consumer culture and culture-driven innovation.
Seminars and workshops
Ongoing research and current topics are presented and discussed by researchers within the network as well as invited guests at recurring seminars and workshops.