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In 2017, UN officially recognized the World Creativity Day on April 21, according to resolution 71/284.
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What is
World Creativity Day?

The World Creativity Day was officially recognized by the UN according to resolution 71/284 in 2017, in Brazil. It happens every April 21 and in 2018 it was carried out by ProjectHub, in partnership with IdeaFixa and support of the Municipal Secretary of Innovation and Technology of the city of São Paulo.

In the 2018 edition, we had hundreds of activities in an extensive simultaneous programming in the cities of Recife, Porto Alegre, Curitiba, Cuiabá, Caxias do Sul, Caruaru, Campinas and, of course, São Paulo.

To celebrate the third edition of the World Creativity Day (DMC) in Brazil, ProjectHub, in partnership with IdeaFixa and support from the Municipal Secretary of Innovation and Technology of São Paulo, will organize free activities, from Brazil’s north to south.

The event will take place on April 21, the date consolidated by the United Nations (UN), with the intention of reinforcing and celebrating the importance of creativity and innovation for sustainable development. Some 50 countries will do activities on the subject in the same day.

Scheduled to happen at 10AM to 6PM, participate in this initiative WeWork, Cultural Reserve, Culture Bookstore. The Santos Augusta Building will also have participation in the event, with intervention / performance at the entrance of the building. Cities such as Rio de Janeiro (RJ), Campinas (SP), Cuiabá (MT), Porto Alegre (RS), Fortaleza (CE), Caxias do Sul (RS) and Recife (PE) will be participating one more time, bringing creativity to a new level. Until the 15th there will be other confirmations.

The DMC has entered the official calendar of the United Nations (UN) with the intention of strengthening and celebrating the importance of creativity and innovation for sustainable development, bringing together activities in more than 50 countries.

World Creativity Day began to be organized in 2014 by the psychologist Lucas Foster, creator of the Brazil Creative Prize and one of the main names of the creative economy in Brazil. Starting this year, IdeaFixa, one of the largest creative communities in Latin America, joins ProjectHub to form the official organizing committee for the World Creativity Day in Brazil, which until 2016 was celebrated following the same date as the calendar in Portugal.

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