From Culture 1.0 to Culture 3.0: A new paradigm for value creation
How can cultural actors co-create public value with citizens?
The distinction between producers and users of cultural and creative content is increasingly blurred. As we enter this new age of Culture 3.0, we ask: What does all this mean for the public sector?
Culture 1.0 focused on appreciation, Culture 2.0 focused on the power of the creative economy. Culture 3.0 rethinks how cultural institutions need to think plan and act to generate deeper civic engagement and public value.
For a deeper understanding of why Pier Luigi Sacco believes cultural policy is going to acquire a central role in the policy design approaches of the future, we recommend reading his recent co-authored paper.