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The Creative Cities project is finished, but some of its tools, such as Future City Game, still attract the great interest. That’s why we worked out a special system for its facilitation. You can chose one of the variants listed below:
- If you want to run a Future City Game only , you need to purchase a licence from the British Council, which costs 300GBP. According to the licence British Council provides you with all the necessary instructions, materials, documents and contacts of the game master; You prepare and facilitate the Future City Game by yourself;
- The International Association for Corporate Education (MAKO) will purchase the game license from the British Council and organise Future City Games on the regular basis. For more detailed information use the following contact details: http://www.makonews.ru, tel. 7 (495) 788-37-41;
- if you are interested in the Future City Game as a tool and want to run games on the regular basis, you should purchase a year licence from the British Council (a year licence for costs 1000 GBP);
- British Council will organise Future City Games in the framework of the Creative Economy project if the aim of the game suits the aims of the project.
You can find the cases from the past Future City Games, guidelines, contacts of the game maters from Russia and Europe, documents and materials on the Creative Cities international web-site
For more detailed information please write at email@example.com.
The 11th Future City Game in Russia took place in the framework of the first innovative forum for the young talented people who started their career in the energy sector. The forum took place on July, 10-16 in the Kaluzhskaya region of Russia. It was organized by Rosatom and supported by Russian ministry of energy. International Association of Corporate Education who are the holders of the FCG licence organized the game under the topic of an energy efficient city and Obninsk where the first nuclear plant in the world had been built became the platform for the game. The local government as well as Obninsk citizens took a very active part in the game along with the participants of the forum. Each team was working on its own aspect of energy efficiency: at home, in the office, in public spaces, as part of transport infrastructure etc. The mayor of Obninsk was inspired by the ideas generated during the game and promised to get the game participants involved into the ideas implementation. Enjoy the photos from the game!
The game was conducted by the experienced games master Vita Brakovska from Latvia. Find out more about the forum on the website of International Association of Corporate Education. More detailed information about the game you can get from the detailed report prepared by the game master.
On 10 May there was a Creative Cities final event devoted to the closure of the project. Thanks a lot to everybody who joined the warm meeting of the friends and discussed together with us the results and the perspectives of the project. Enjoy the photos from the event!
On 12th Februray there was the Creative Economy and Creative Cities forum "Creative economy for local community" which we organised together with a Creative Industries agency. The leading European and Russian experts shared their experience on the successful community involvement.
On 14th-15th February 2011 there was a Future City Game "A new look of the "Old city" in Petrozavodsk as part of the creative laboratory "Working with a community and the international projects". Find out more...
On 12-16 January there was a Futue City Game "City festivals as social initiatives" in the framework of the 7th useful Cardboardia Materialization. Find-out more
British Council presented the Creative Economy and Creative Cities projects in the framework of the Yota space festival of audiovisual art in St.-Petersburg from 5th till 19th December. The educational perogramme for the festival was developed under the British Council support.
On 6 october there was a Future City game in Perm, that was a part of the creative laboratory organised by the Creative industries agency and Perm design centre. In the nearest time you will see the bright photos from the event and the presentations of the participants on our web-site
On 10 September in the framework of Sretenka Design Week festival there was a Future City Game, devoted to the redevelopment of Sretenka streets and the neighbouring territories. We invite everyone to watch photos and presentations from the event and also enjoy the detailed report prepared by the game master. Learn more...
On 12-14 July there was a CLES summer Summit in Manchester, organised for the Future City Game masters. Tatiana Kargina, the manager of the Ecowiki project, took part in the seminar and afterwards has shared her experience with the participants of the Creative Cities project
From 26 May till 8 June in the Central House of Artists there was a II Moscow Biennale for Architecture where the British Council preseneted the Creative Cities project. More information about the programme which was visited by more than 30000 people, report from the Biennale, new photos and videos can be found here!
On 21 - 23 March 2010 there was a workshop in Warsaw ‘Creative Cities: Innovation for Urban Challenges’.
It was centred around four themes: the business idea, its profitability, management and sustainability. The participants were the members of the growing class of governmental, voluntary and ‘culture-preneurs’ committed to innovative social enterprise in cities.
More details coming soon.
russia-projects-creative-cities-future-game-petrovskie-reduty.htm On 26-27 February there was a Future City Game, which took place in the educational centre “Self-identity school” №734. The game was devoted to the problems of the historical heritage of Vostochnoye Izmaylovo district in Moscow. In the nearest time there will be a detailed report about the event on our site. Learn more...
18-19 December 2009, session More nature, less architecture. The next Future City Game was played on the territory of the business-centre Arcus. The participants worked out projects of making the Horoshevskiy district of Moscow more environmentally friendly. Learn more about the event...
4-5 December 2009 Future City Game about a school yard regeneration was organised by educational centre “School of Self-Determination” and British Council with support of Moscow district authorities of Vostochnoe Izmailovo. Among the participants were teachers, higher school students and their parents, alumni. Learn more…
4, 9 December 2009 Future City Game was played in Orenburg. It was organised by Association of president’s programme graduates with support of British Council, company “Elements of culture”, Orenburg region government and city administration. The game participants were working out the strategies of Orenburg districts and areas development. Learn more…
Future City Game From 22 to 25 October 2009 the session “Industrial zone 2.0: a new life of the industrial past” took place in Moscow. One of main events of the session was the 1st Future City Game. Find out more...
We’re happy to announce the winner of the Creative task for the Future City Game competition: Dmitry Moskvin from Ekaterinburg with his idea “Creating a new zone for modern city sports”.
From 16 to 19 September 2009 a Game Masters training took place in Moscow. Find out more...