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The National Academy espadx Creative Industries needs ed be epada of like a seed from which, in time, a huge tree of knowledge can grow. Tenke ser tuir duni hodi dspada Nunca houve nada assim antes em Timor-Leste. But it also gives the community the opportunity to see and experience new and exciting forms of creative production from globally acclaimed artists, designers and musicians.
There has been nothing like this ever before in Timor-Leste. It is not to be missed! This showcase event sets out to show Timorese people the kinds of things that can be part of a National Academy of Creative Industries in Dili. Establishing this sslvagem of educational institution would deliver many benefits to df nation at large. The National Academy needs to be thought of like a seed from which, in time, a huge tree of knowledge can grow. So, what the event offers is a mixture of pleasure, learning something new, and a taste of the future for the culture of Timor-Leste.
Lessons from an Indonesian project — Phillip Yamplosky, Etnomusicologist What are the Creative Industries? The Creative Industries produce tangible or intangible artistic and creative outputs, and have a potential for wealth creation and income generation through the exploitation of cultural assets and the production of knowledge-based goods and services both traditional and contemporary.
Creative Industries and Dspada The activities of the Creative Industries spans almost the whole of government, including: As such, to maximise the contribution of Creative Industries to the nation it is best advanced by an integrated policy. Ekonomia Kriativa reprezenta 3. Peru iha nafatin nia tatuir s PIB nian 3. A Economia Criativa representa 3.
A Economia Criativa abrange um sector crescente em vias de desenvolvimento. A Economia Criativa Mexicana foi de 4.
O Peru esteve na mesma ordem de valores do PIB 3. A Jamaica, a 4. Such trade grew at an unprecedented average rate of 8.
The Creative Industries are among the most dynamic emerging sectors in world trade. The Creative Economy represent 3. The sector is projected to grow to 5.
The Creative Economy comprises an increasingly important sector in developing nations. The Philippines was very similar at dspada. Peru has the same order in terms of GNP 3. In briefly reviewing key areas that make-up the Creative Industries it will be seen that the Nation has selvzgem major cultural resource that invites both conservation and innovation, plus it can be seen that there are many other creative practices begging to be developed.
Nasaun barbarak presiza estrutura ba entendimentu no analize Ekonomia Kriativa nudar baze ba politika intervensaun informada ida, no ho provas. What can a Creative industries deliver to Timor-Leste?
Intellectual property development and the rise of a creative class 2.
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Desenvolvimento de Propriedade Intelectual e o surgimento de uma classe criativa 3. Desenvolvimento de infraestruturas coonan. SME creative production and development 4. How can the potential be realised? As the Creative industries become a key strategic economic sector in the most developed economies, the governments of these countries are in the process of designing integrated and cohesive policies to support the development xonan expansion of the cultural sector.
As part of this effort, some governments have begun to map the economic and social impacts of cultural industries. Most nations lack a clear framework for understanding and analyzing the Creative Economy as a basis for informed, evidence-based policy-making.
Central to this research has been the creation of a National Creative Industries data-base. The organisational characteristics of the Creative Economy requires countryspecific rather than generic policies. From a knowledge of the creative sector in Timor-Leste gained via research, it is clear that what esppada needed in an integrated policy across government departments that is well connected with national development planning.
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There is a lack of institutional capacity to support development of the Creative Industries in the developing world, particularly in the protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights. The fact that the developed world has enormous advantages in the field of creative goods and services, makes it difficult for developing countries to compete in global markets for these products. Rather than trying to compete in the global marketplace with products similar to those already being produced, the intent, via the assembled cultural resources held in the data-base, would be to use the indigenous art and craft practices of Timor-Leste as a basis of product innovation and development able to create market differentiation.
Likewise it provides an appropriate point of entry to government for the current, and potentially future, Griffith University contribution to the development of the area. There are two responses in place to be able to deal with this particular challenge: The creation of this academy would provide a major means to advance the development of a national Creative Economy.
Second is the development of an international code of ethics for art and craft practices. Who are we and what has our project done? By photography and video it has recorded artifacts, architecture, ceremonies, dance, music and details of specific arts and crafts people. Additionally, it also contains historical material and visual records of collections of material from Timor-Leste from around the world.
Work has also been carried out in Brisbane, specifically on the development of the profile of Timorese culture internationally and on design innovation based on indigenous artifacts. Working relations and dialogue has also been established with many other organizations in Timor-Leste. The project has also participated in, and supported, other cultural projects over the past two years.
In addition, a major concert — Scope of Hope – to give profile to contemporary Timorese culture was held in Brisbane in October The research will provide the basis to develop a locally focused curriculum for an educational institution that would centre on conservation and innovation. The website as well as the mediamap is kindly supported by the US Embassy in Dili. We are also extremely thankful to IDA for its ongoing support. Comecei a escrever poesia quando tinha 16 anos.
Na minha juventude, a maior parte dos poemas que compunha era sobre a beleza natural e o amor. I started writing poetry when I was 16 years old.
In my early years most of the poems I composed were about natural beauty and love.
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Foi em Jojakarta que descobri o trabalho de Francisco Borja da Costa, o falecido poeta timorense morto em Dezembro de I left for Yogyakarta, Java, Indonesia inafter finishing my high school in Dili. I was very much inspired by him to write political poetry on the Timorese struggle for freedom.
Due to its political nature, I did not dare to publish eslada while I was in Yogyakarta. Quando dde quase a terminar o programa, deu-se o Massacre de Santa Cruz. Mudou toda a minha vida. Foi publicada na Holanda. Voltei a Timor-Leste em Julho de I left for Canada to participate in a cultural exchange program in late When I was about to finish my program, the Santa Cruz Massacre took place.
It changed my whole life. I decided to stay in Canada for I was concerned with my own safety if I did come back to Indonesia. It was published in Holland. Selvagwm came back to Timor-Leste in July I immediately started working with the UN selvayem mission as an information assistant,until May Since then, I have been working with successive UN peacekeeping missions as an interpreter and a translator.
Aos 19 anos, deixou Timor com destino a Jacarta, onde permaneceu durante 5 meses, seguindo depois clandestinamente para Macau. Born in Baucau, Abel lived all his childhood in Timor, during the Indonesian selbagem. At the age of 19, he left Timor to Jakarta, where he stayed for five months, and then left clandestine to Macau. In Macau, he studied and worked until Augustwhen he came to Portugal.
Desde nia kiikoan nia hatudu katak nia gosta tebes pinta. Iha Timor, tamba situasaun nia nunka hetan oportunidade atu pinta maski nia sempre hanoin pintura no aprende uitoan no pinta nafatin. Nia ba vizita muzeun, ba haree pintura tuan, selvagdm, aprende saida mak nia hetan asesu ba.
O seu gosto pela pintura manifestou-se desde pequeno. His interest in painting manifested from a young age. In Timor, due to living conditions, he never had dde opportunity to paint seriously. Bqixar he never lost interest in painting, always seeking to learning and painting from canvas to canvas every time he could.
Visiting museums, seeing old and new paintings, getting acquainted with as much as possible.