Lia Ghilardi

Lia Ghilardi
Noema Culture and Place Mapping · Cultural planning, Place Making

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Introduction
Lia Ghilardi is an international expert in the field of Cultural mapping and planning. Lia works as advisor to cities in need of regeneration. Her current projects are related to place DNA mapping, creative tourism and creative industries strategies. Latest project: 'A Cultural and Creative Resources Mapping Handbook' and OECD's Handbook 'Culture in Local Development'.

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This is a critical take on the idea that, to be successful, cities must become the 'playground for the creative class'. There is more to cities if they map and understand their resources.
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The Handbook discusses among other the literature on culture and the CCIs and local spill-overs. The publication also deals with the policy dilemmas involved in managing culture-led regeneration of cities
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This Mapping Handbook is a result of a year research on the topic of how we can make smaller places more creative by systematically mapping their creative capacity.
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This paper explains the bases for an alternative approach to place branding and marketing, based on the disciplines of Cultural Mapping and Cultural Planning. After an introduction of key cultural mapping and planning concepts and issues, the paper discusses some innovative practical examples of culturally sensitive place branding and marketing fro...
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In studying the exemplary case of Malmö, this paper is concerned with the process of change typical of that of many European cities, in which high-tech and knowledge-intensive activities are replacing the old, traditional industrial structure. It has been claimed that what is happening to this second-tier city is nothing but a 'gigantic social expe...

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