The Project

CIGN (Creative Industries Global Network) is a pan-European network for curricular development for the Creative Industries. It aims to identify sectorial skill-gaps, develop curricula to address these, and enable opportunities for future employment.


Project Coordinator
Tommie Nyström
Linköping University
SE-60176 Norrköping

Participants of the Closing Conference

Stuttgart, 5 May 2017

External Participants

Name Institution Country
Trung Nguyen Ryerson University Canada
Martin Habekost Ryerson University Canada
Jonathan Wong Ryerson University Canada
Charles Falzon Ryerson University Canada
Ian Baitz Ryerson University Canada
Natalia Lumby Ryerson University Canada
Gillian Mothersill Ryerson University Canada
Nina Mashunina MPPC named afterI. Fedorov Russia
Alesya Yushkevich MPPC named afterI. Fedorov Russia
Andrey Ermakov MPPC named afterI. Fedorov Russia
Viktorija Zilinskaite-Vytiene Vilnius Gediminas Technical University Lithuania
Celia Barreto Instituto Politécnico de Tomar Portugal
Gabor Maksay HEIG-VD Switzerland
Martin Hesseldahl Copenhagen School of Design and Technology Denmark

Internal Participants

Name Institution Country
Tomas Törnqvist Linköping University Sweden
Tommie Nyström Linköping University Sweden
Tobias Trofast Linköping University Sweden
Luk Bouters Artevelde University College Belgium
Anne Gifford University of the West of Scotland United Kingdom
Robert Sutter University of the West of Scotland United Kingdom
Helena Ebel Stuttgart Media University Germany
Jörg Westbomke Stuttgart Media University Germany
Martin Papendieck Stuttgart Media University Germany
Magdalena Rutschmann-Weinle Stuttgart Media University Germany

Project Details

Start date: 2014-09-04
Programme type: Key Action 2 – Cooperation and Innovation for Good Practices
Programme Acronym: CIGN
Duration: 36 months
End Date: 2017-09-04

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Funded by the European Union
within the ERASMUS+ Programme