MSc Arts & Creative Industries management

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The programme is managed by the Creative Industries & Culture Research Center. Its mission is to produce and share knowledge about the management of creative industries and culture. 15 researchers are involved in the center, publishing about 30 articles in the field each year.

Main research topics:
- Strategic management of cultural and creative organizations;
- Marketing and Consumer Behavior in arts, culture and creative industries;
- Creative careers;
- Design management;
- Creative regions, Creative tourism;
- Organizational creativity, liberated companies;
- Social innovation.


Anne GOMBAULT - Management
Director of the Creative Industries Culture Research Center
Arts, Heritage, Creative Industries

Maud DERBAIX - Marketing
Cultural consumer behavior, Music

Aurélien DECAMPS - Economics
Creative Regions, Sustainable development

Diego RINALLO - Marketing
Consumer Culture, Fashion, Spirituality

Vinca BIGO - Management
Spirituality, yoga, liberated company

Jean-Philippe DANGLADE – Marketing
Entertainment, Sport

On the occasion of the International Seminar and throughout the programme, many researchers specialized in Arts and Creative Industries Management are invited to speak to our students.
Examples of partners: HEC Montreal, Chicago Columbia College, University of South Australia,  University of the Arts London (Fashion College), Leeds University, Ca’Foscari University, HEC Paris, Université Paris-Dauphine, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Ecole Polytechnique, Ecole Normale Supérieure (Ulm),…


From prestigious arts institutions to small creative businesses, we have many partners in the arts, culture and creative industries. 

For example, the MSc students have worked on case studies on an ad hoc basis or transversally (throughout the year) for the following cultural organizations: Musée d'Orsay, Musée National des Arts Asiatiques Guimet, Fondation Culture et Diversité, Universal Music, Balenciaga, l'Office de Tourisme de Rouen-Normandie,...
The MSc offers Master Classes, major pedagogical tools for learning, these exceptional sessions feature remarkable guests who share their vision, trajectories, experiences and advice during an interactive session. Since its inception, the program has hosted inspirational speakers from the various sectors of the Creative Industries, including Olivier Widmaeir Picasso, Sophie Makariou, DJ Falcon, Daft Punk collaborator, Frederic Beigbeder, Jean-Charles De Castelbajac, Franck Annese, and the young Iranian boxer Safa Khadem.

See Sophie Makariou's masterclass:

Each year, the MSc invites many cultural actors to testify, to propose case studies or to welcome our students in their offices. We would like to thank all our partners for their involvement over the past years: Louvre Museum, Orsay Museum, Georges Pompidou Center, Guimet National Museum of Asian Arts, Ministry of Culture and Communication, Maeght Foundation, Culture & Diversity Foundation, Christie's, Château de Blois, Théâtre des Champs Elysées, Royal Albert Hall, le Cent-quatre, Universal Music, Wagram Music, Uzik, Gaumont Pathé, Ubisoft, Google Art & Culture, Librairie Mollat, Le Monde, Havas, Publicis, Webedia, Red Bull, Jazz & Wine, Meet my Mama, Citadium, LVMH, Hermès, Chanel, Cartier, Jewellery Ethically Minded, Occitane, Negresco Hotel, le Voyage à Nantes, Office de Tourisme de Rouen-Normandie, Canton Valais Culture,. ..

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