Cultural And Creative Industries: A Step-By-Step Transition


  • Nelson Javier Pulido Daza
  • Molano Bustacara Nelcy Alejandra
  • José Rodrigo Mondragón Ávila


This article analyzes the transformation of the cultural industry to the creative industry over time, focusing on the evolution of cultural and creative production in response to technological and social changes. Key concepts are addressed such as the relationship between culture and art, the aesthetic value of cultural creations, and how these transitions have been influenced by political, economic, and technological factors. The theoretical approach is based on the idea that digitalization and cultural democratization have influenced the way cultural and creative works are produced and consumed. The methodological design focuses on a documentary exploration that covers a period of time from 2012 to 2022, with the aim of identifying digital transformation models and new business models in these industries. The context includes the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the cultural and creative industries, as well as current trends in orange economies. The main findings highlight the adaptation of industries to new technologies and forms of distribution, as well as the influence of government policies in the sector. In conclusion, this work sheds light on the complexity of the transformation of the cultural to the creative industry, highlighting the interaction between social, technological and political factors in the evolution of these industries and their impact on cultural and creative production in the digital age.


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Daza, N. J. P. ., Alejandra, M. B. N. ., & Ávila, J. R. M. . (2024). Cultural And Creative Industries: A Step-By-Step Transition. Migration Letters, 21(S7), 243–251. Retrieved from