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EDITORIAL

T

adeusz

s

Tryjakiewicz

, P

aweł

c

hurski

, k

rzyszTof

s

Tachowiak

sTryjakiewicz T., churski P., sTachowiak k., 2015. Editorial. Quaestiones Geographicae 34(2), Bogucki Wydawnictwo Nau-kowe, Poznań, pp. 5–6. DOI 10.1515/quageo-2015-0019, ISSN 0137-477X.

Tadeusz Stryjakiewicz, Institute of Socio-Economic Geography and Spatial Management, Adam Mickiewicz University, Dzięgielowa 27, 61-131 Poznań, Poland; e-mail: tadek@amu.edu.pl

Cultural and creative industries (CCIs) have become an increasingly significant factor in ur-ban and regional development. More and more towns and regions accommodate them in their development policies and strategies. CCIs have also gained popularity recently as an object of re-search of many disciplines and a focus of many educational initiatives. The interest in the indus-tries that are the topic of this volume of

Quaes-tiones Geographicae has been reinforced by the

supportive policy of the European Union (its Creative Europe programme).

Those were the motives that prompted the collection in one volume of a variety of issues concerning specific features of CCI development in different geographical areas. There were also two additional stimuli:

1. Animated discussions about CCIs at the 2014 Regional Conference of the International Geo-graphical Union in Cracow, Poland, with sev-eral sessions devoted to this topic as part of two thematic modules (Creative Industries – A

Driver of New Spatial Dynamics? Pathways To-wards Creative Cities, and Artists and the Chal-lenges of Contemporary Urban Development);

2. The experience the volume editors have gained in conducting a postgraduate study

Cultural Industries in the Policy of Urban and Re-gional Development, implemented in the years

2013–2015 in the Institute of Socio-Economic Geography and Spatial Management, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland, as part of the Human Capital Operational

Pro-gramme, Priority IV: Tertiary Education and Science, Measure 4.3: Strengthening the didactic

potential of universities in fields of key importance for the Europe 2020 Strategy objectives, financed

by the Polish National Centre for Research and Development. This was the first educa-tional venture of this type in Poland, with the participation of some dozen lecturers from abroad and many CCI representatives.

The present volume offers therefore a combi-nation of academic and practical points of view as well as a survey of international and Polish experiences. It opens with an article by Paulina Tomczak and Krzysztof Stachowiak which is a theoretical introduction to location patterns and location factors of cultural and creative industries taking into consideration the great heterogeneity of this group of activities. The authors look for the best criteria for analysing spatial aspects of CCIs and end up with a proposal of two groups of models: one related to their location and the other to their market ranges.

In the next contribution Adam Nadolny deals with Henri Lefebvre’s well-known concept of ur-ban space in terms of preferences of the creative class in a modern city. This is a discussion paper presenting the point of view of an urban planner. In his opinion, records of philosophical ideas can contribute to an improvement of creative spaces in a city.

The next three articles take up the issue of cul-tural and creative industries in three European countries. The first, by Rafał Kasprzak, uses

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ficial statistical data to present the development dynamics of creative industries in Poland. The second, by Rahman Nurković, describes the sit-uation of creative industries in Bosnia and Her-zegovina, with a focus on the role of local sup-porting policies. This may well be one of the first works on this subject in a country that suffered a war quite recently and that still has to cope with great development problems. In turn, the arti-cle by Kamila Borseková, David Cole, Katarína Petríková and Anna Vaňová analyses the case of three Slovak historical mining towns that have been successfully turned into creative cultural centres. In the authors’ opinion, this direction of urban redevelopment based on ‘nostalgic sen-timentalism’ can become an antithesis to high modernity (or even post-modernity). The article also gives policy recommendations to local and regional self-governments for making a more effective use of the existing creative potential of historical towns /cities.

The next two articles tackle specific issues re-lated to CCIs. One, by Zbigniew Przygodzki and Ewelina Kina, deals with the importance of social networks (or more precisely, social networking sites) for the development of creative communi-ties, and uses the Łódź Metropolitan Area in

Po-land as the case study. The subject of analysis of the other article, by Marco Copercini, is a very in-teresting case of a CCI production network – that of fashion design in Berlin. This city has the high-est concentration of designers in Germany. The article, based on an extensive empirical research, identifies a variety of entrepreneurial strategies, spatial structures of production organisation, and types of relations between the city, design-ers, and their production network.

The closing article, authored by two editors of this volume and a colleague, Paweł Churski, Paweł Motek and Tadeusz Stryjakiewicz, pre-sents the inclusion of cultural and creative in-dustries in the development policies of towns and regions as a new area of education in spa-tial management. We hope that the programme of this educational initiative as well as the two-year experience we have had with implementing it can be used in an even wider range by other academic centres as a ‘good-practice’ example.

To conclude, we see this volume of Quaestiones

Geographicae as a channel for the dissemination of

knowledge (theoretical, empirical and practical) about the role of cultural and creative industries in urban and regional development, and about policies supporting this development path.

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