Flourish Cultural Sector: Public Art
Webinar on Cultural and Creative Industries

28 March 2021

During the webinar, Ms Meijing He introduced the typology of public art objects, talked about their impact on the space around them, and presented some examples.

UNESCO Cluster Office in Almaty continues to publish the video records of the webinars on the importance of the promotion of the Cultural and Creative Industries and the Creative Economy.

Theme: Flourish Cultural Sector: Public Art. Lessons from UK, China and New Zealand

Date: 26 March 2021

Speaker: Ms Meijing He, independent consultant, trainer and arts specialist with fourteen years of experience in a broad range of cultural practices, including visual, performing and literary arts. She was recently Head of Arts and Partnership for the British Council in New Zealand (2016-2018) and in Hong Kong SAR of China (2012-2016). Prior to that, she was senior arts manager at the British Council China office (2005-2012), leading on management, mobility, public art, sponsorships and trade policies. Meijing has a global network and an extensive track record in facilitating international collaborations between artists and cultural institutions. She helped state representatives and civil society organizations develop management and entrepreneurial skills in the cultural sector. She has developed and managed various cultural policy development projects in Fiji, Indonesia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and China. She holds an MA in Arts Management from City University in London, UK.

Previous Webinars:
Ч Creative Economy Strategy for Resilient Future (2021.03.16);
Ч Flourish Cultural Sector: Performing and Literary Arts (2021.03.19).

Permanent link: http://en.unesco.kz/video-record-of-the-webinar-on-the-cultural-and-creative-industries-cci-public-art-is-now