Kultursistema offers you a platform to build a rich, diverse and balanced Cultural and Creative Ecosystem. We combine strategies to promote collaboration between spaces, agents and initiatives from the private, public and social spheres to strengthen the entire value chain from a shared perspective.
We have two main lines of work:
Create your account in kultursistema and take the first steps to make a space, agent or initiative visible on the map of the Cultural and Creative Ecosystem.
An opportunity to review your strategy, connect with potential collaborators and provide key information to improve your sector.
We facilitate the collection of key data to boost the cultural and creative sectors.
We name sectors and sub-sectors beyond official classifications.
We connect local communities for global cooperation.
We help the sector to define itself, position itself differently and measure its impact.
We challenge resistance and taboos about business, strategy and management in the cultural field.
We bridge the digital and technological gap that makes many agents invisible.
Who makes up the Cultural and Creative Ecosystem? What do they do and from where? We promote the connection of agents, clients and suppliers through a system of visibility that is always up to date.
Advanced search engine: Explore our map and directory of agents by applying geographical filters, by type of organization or by sector.
Integrated map: Connect the Kultursistema database with your own website or information system and you will have an always updated map of your Cultural and Creative Ecosystem.
We invite organisations and individuals of all types, legal status and sizes to participate…
1. Intermittent professionals
2. Self-employed & micro-enterprises
4. Large companies & corporations
5. Public administrations
6. Public enterprises
7. Other public law entities
8. Individual active citizenship
9. Informal organisations
12. Social economy enterprises
13. Professional associations
Tangible and intangible heritage | Cultural-natural heritage | Areas of activity applied to heritage
Literature | Music | Performing and live arts | Plastic and visual arts | New media art | Relational arts
Crafts | Design | Architecture | Gastronomy
Publishing industry | Music industry | Audiovisual industry | Video games and new media | Language industries and services | Language industries and services
Artistic and cultural education | Cultural mediation | Artistic mediation | Communication | Organisation and production of events...
Cross-cutting between cultural and creative sectors and sub-sectors with other disciplinary and knowledge areas.
We propose a classification of 6 sectors and 30 sub-sectors so that you can define yourselves according to your reality.
With a 14-link value chain to identify your contribution to the ecosystem.
I. Training and capacity building (formal and non-formal)
II. Experimentation / conceptualisation / creation / interpretation
IV. Administration / management
V. Pre-production / prototyping
VI. Production / Post-production
VII. Industrial reproduction
VIII. Distribution / intermediation / marketing
IX. Exhibition / programming
X. Promotion / communication / criticism
XI. Dissemination / socialisation / participation
XII. Analysis / evaluation
XIII. Documentation / Archiving
XIV. Protection / Conservation / Restoration
A. Creative society
B. Cultural development
C. Social development
D. Innovation in the “whats”
E. Innovation in the “hows”
H. Influence on the cultural sector itself
I. Influence on other sectors of activity
J. Influence on the public sector
K. Economic-quantitative contribution
L. Boosting employment
N. Personalised dimension
With a self-diagnosis of the impacts of the activity based on 4 indices and 13 dimensions
By generating reports and statistics on the situation of the Cultural and Creative Ecosystem.
Advice to cultural and creative agents
Development of creative cities and territories
Creative transfer to other economic and social sectors
Training in cultural management and open and collaborative innovation