MCSY launches research study project ‘Map of Cultural and Creative Industries’

Muscat: The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Youth, represented by the Department of Cultural Identity, launched a research study project entitled “Map of Cultural and Creative Industries”, at the Youth Center in Muscat Governorate.

The project aims to understand and study the cultural and creative industries sectors in the Sultanate of Oman, and propose a methodological framework for monitoring the creative economy in the Omani gross domestic product. It highlights the role of digital infrastructure in developing cultural and creative industries and understanding the reality and role of intellectual property, and provides decision makers with evidence-based data. To support the cultural strategy.

Thuraya bint Hamad Al-Maouliyah, Head of the Cultural Industries Department from the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Youth, said: The map of cultural and creative industries was officially launched in November 2021, and continued continuously for two years of systematic scientific research work to monitor the opinions and interventions of workers in the cultural and creative sectors in the Sultanate of Oman, based on Global best practices through international consultations with an elite group of specialists in the field of cultural and creative industries, and opening interactive communication channels for those working in these vital sectors to monitor their challenges and explore their ambitions.

She added: The map of cultural and creative industries centered on 7 pillars, which are: policies and legislation, creative economy, education and creative professions, national talent, intellectual property, technology and innovation, creativity and society.

The occasion was sponsored by His Excellency Sayyed Saeed bin Sultan Al Busaidi, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Youth for Culture, and in the presence of a number of honorable Excellencies, the Director of the Cultural Identity Department at the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Youth, and a number of experts and representatives of government and private agencies.

The ceremony included publishing the QR code for the map file on the website of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Youth.

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