The Festival 2022
2 June 2022
Following our announcements of our upcoming 2022 events – our first Digital Kick-Off Day on 24 March and our first live event after two years on 2 June – we are now excited to introduce you to our first official Creative Bureaucracy Festival Jury!
Of our 16 jury members, many are longstanding supporters and co-creators of the creative bureaucracy movement, some are winners of our previous festival awards for their pioneering creative bureaucracy work, and some are both! We are delighted to call on their wealth of experiences and expertise to help curate our 2022 programme.
Speaking of our programme: the jury’s selection will reflect the proposals received. So don’t miss your chance to nominate your suggestions for outstanding public sector innovation leaders, projects and initiatives until 3 February. We also invite you to be creative with your presentation format suggestion – performances, songs, poems, dances? All types of storytelling are welcome!
Help us to spread the word to reach as many brilliant creative bureaucrats as possible.
"In this decisive decade, bureaucracy can make a vital difference if it spurs the co-creative transformation of our societies."
The Creative Bureaucracy Festival Jury is made up of longstanding creative bureaucracy advocates with a range of experiences working both with and within public administrations across the globe. They are all striving to bring the festival’s vision to life and have contributed in the past as a partner, speaker, creative advisor, side-event organiser, or award winner.
The jury will be responsible for making a selection of submissions for presentation at our Creative Bureaucracy Festival Digital Kick-Off Day on 24 March (online). Their votes will also feed into which of the submissions are then selected for our in-person event live in Berlin on 2 June, alongside a live public vote.
The judging process will consider the uniqueness of the approach (both content and presentation style), the demonstrated impact of the project or idea, the transferability of the learnings, and several diversity considerations to ensure a balanced representation of submissions.