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Creative Business Forum

Vladivostok at the Heart of Euro-Asian Fashion 4.0. Implementation of the ‘Cyber Tailor’s Shop and Distributed Factories’ Pilot Project in Primorye

Experts from the Beinopen Institute say that the fourth industrial revolution will introduce new technologies into the fashion industry in the coming decades, and the winners of this race will rewrite history. The full transition of the regional fashion and light industry to a new ecological and technological development model will make it possible to switch from a one-stop shop service and the assembly of a professional community to a digital factory, on-demand production, and an international exhibition.

Elena Gorchakova — Adviser to the Minister for the Development of the Russian Far East
Elena Gorchakova — Investment director, Sistema (online)
Vasily Grudev — Acting Minister of Investment Policy, Government of the Sakhalin Oblast
Tatiana Zhuravleva — Director of the Urban Competence Centre, Agency for Strategic Initiatives to Promote New Projects
Leonid Petukhov — Managing Partner, Sistema PJSFC
Afanasiy Savvin — General Director, Sakha Republic Development Corporation
Alla Sbitneva — Executive Director of the Corporate Business Development Department, Sberbank
Dmitrii Timurshin — General Director, Freedom Concept
Vera Khmyrova — Director of the Department of Light Industry and Timber Industry, Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation
Ivan Chernov — Managing director of the agency block, VEB.RF
Vera Shcherbina — Chairman of the Government of the Primorsky Territory

Aleksey Bazhenov — Founder of the New Fashion Industry Forum Beinopen


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Creative Business Forum

Open Dialogue with the Regions on the Development of Traditional Art Industries. Traditional Art Industries: Law-making, Enforcement, and Support

In partnership with Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation

Creative industries include heritage, culture, art, IT, digital, media, fashion, architecture, and creative R&D. Such cross-sectoral approach is predicated on new types of socioeconomic interaction, contributes to the success of territories and states, and is becoming one of the most important focuses for the development of the economy and society. In addition, the local aspect and one’s location play an important role in the development of creative industries. Each region of the Russian Federation is the custodian of a part of Russia’s unique cultural code. This code is formed from a variety of local traditions, including folk arts and crafts as well as traditional art industries created on their basis. These industries are currently viewed as an important component of creative industries – the most promising and rapidly developing sector of the economy in the modern world. And the preservation and development of folk arts and crafts and their introduction into creative industries specifically depend on the proactive position of the regions. How can we lay the groundwork for the creation of unique regional brands and modern products based on folk arts and crafts in the Far Eastern, Siberian, and Ural Federal Districts?

Gulnaz Kadyrova — Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation

Liliya Nurgatina — Deputy Director of Socially Significant Goods Manufacturing Development Department, Ministry of Industry and Trade

Front row participants:
Elena Bronnikova — Minister of Culture of the Primorsky Territory
Andrey Goncharov — Minister of Industry, Trade and Entrepreneurship Development, Government of the Novosibirsk Region
Lyudmila Gorlacheva — Minister of Culture and Tourism of Magadan Region
Nadezhda Dorgunova — Minister of Culture and National Policy, Government of the Amur Oblast
Yuri Ermoshkin — Minister of Culture of the Khabarovsk Territory
Evgeniy Kopelyan — Deputy Minister of Investment and Development, Government of Sverdlovsk Oblast
Dmitry Krasnov — Deputy Chairman, Minister of Economic Development and Property Relations, Cabinet of Ministers of the Chuvash Republic
Irina Levkovich — Minister of Culture of the Trans-Baikal Territory
Alexey Okhlopkov — First Deputy Governor of Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area–Yugra
Oksana Prokopenko — Minister of Culture of the Kamchatka Territory
Afanasiy Savvin — General Director, Sakha Republic Development Corporation
Vyacheslav Tupikin — Minister of Economic Development, Government of the Altai Republic


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Presentation of the ‘Vladivostok Fortress’ Project. A Model Project to Design Local Identity-Based Creative Industries

The main goal of the Vladivostok Fortress project is to turn the fortress into a museum, use its symbolic and physical heritage, integrate this part of the heritage into the consciousness of the country and the world, and share information about it in different languages, images, and through various activities. Creative industries are one of the key focuses of these potential activities since they will help tell people about the phenomenon of the fortress through various projects, while also revitalizing and reviving the spaces of the Vladivostok Fortress.

Elena Lysenkova — Deputy Head, Federal Agency for Tourism (Rosturizm)
Irina Makieva — Chief Managing Partner for Urban Development, State Development Corporation "VEB.RF"; General Director, Monotowns Development Fund
Oksana Oracheva — General Director, Vladimir Potanin Foundation (online)
Vera Podguzova — Senior Vice President, Director of External Relations Directorate, Promsvyazbank
Zelfira Tregulova — General Director, The State Tretyakov Gallery
Sofia Trotsenko — Founder of Winzavod Center for Contemporary Art, Member of the Civil Chamber of Moscow (online)
Elena Kharisova — Vice President for Perspective Projects and New Infrastructure, Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU); General Director, Development Fund of the Innovative Research and Technology Center Russky
Victor Shalai — Director, Vladimir K. Arseniev Museum of Far East History
Konstantin Shestakov — Head of the City of Vladivostok

Elena Zelentsova — Head of the Department of Territorial Development, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA)


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Multilingualism in Cyberspace. The National Trajectory of Creative Industries

2021 is the International Year of the Creative Economy for Sustainable Development.
2022–2032 is the International Decade of Indigenous Languages

Creative industries are a sector of the economy that unites creative businesses, many of which reflect and promote the values of local communities as well as preserve and promote heritage and traditions. Creative industries are able to create new meanings and values where different themes and disciplines intersect and draw increasing attention to things in the world that might otherwise go unnoticed.
Language plays a decisive role in everyday life, communication, education, and social integration. But language is also a repository of the unique identity, folklore, history, traditions, and memory of each person. Of the nearly 7,000 languages that exist, most are indigenous languages, which represent much of the world’s cultural diversity. Many of these languages are gradually disappearing, which is tantamount to the loss of some of the cultural diversity and the ecological, economic, and socio-cultural contribution that they make to our world.
We can preserve languages and develop linguistic and cultural diversity in part through creative industries that invent new things both in the space of traditions and in cyberspace.
- What projects to preserve indigenous languages already exist in cyberspace? What is the potential for the development of such projects?
- What projects can be implemented at the federal, regional, and municipal levels?
- Which of the existing approaches will be in demand? Reading contests in indigenous languages? Supporting indigenous writers, bloggers, authors, and performers? How can these approaches be encouraged and developed?
- What support is needed for federal and regional sectoral research working on ethnic materials?

Igor Barinov — Head, Russian Federal Agency for Ethnic Affairs
Tatiana Diatlova — Associate Professor of the Institute of Digital Economy, Head of Finno-Ugric Direction, Yugra State University
Gavril Kirilin — Minister of External Relations and Ethnic Affairs of the Republic, Government of the Republic of Sakha Yakutia
Lyubov Odzyal — President, Resident Public Organization Association of Indigenous People of the North of the Khabarovsk Region
Alexey Okhlopkov — First Deputy Governor of Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area–Yugra
Anna Shabarova — Vice President for Human Resources and Social Responsibility, Russian Copper Company

Aleksei Tsykarev — Vice Chair of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, Northern Crafts ID Project Coordinator at Association ECHO