The Olympic Games' cultural programme and its role in fostering local creativity: report to the International Olympic Committee (IOC)

Pappalepore, I. 2011. The Olympic Games' cultural programme and its role in fostering local creativity: report to the International Olympic Committee (IOC). London University of Westminster.

TitleThe Olympic Games' cultural programme and its role in fostering local creativity: report to the International Olympic Committee (IOC)
AuthorsPappalepore, I.
TypeProject report
FilePappalepore_2011_report.pdf
Pappalepore_2011_appendices.pdf
YearJan 2011
PublisherUniversity of Westminster
Place of publicationLondon
Publication dates
PublishedJan 2011

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