Created by the Creative Tourism Network®, the pioneering Creative Tourism Media Awards aim to honor outstanding works in the journalism and media area in general, that focus on creative tourism… in different ways, and all around the world. Tourism has evolved considerably in recent years, and you are the best guarantors of these changes. This is why we want to reward all those who have had the curiosity, audacity, and generosity to deal with creative tourism from all angles!
Sure, you already know what it is, but maybe you call it differently! Creative Tourism is considered a new generation of tourism that involves the tourists themselves and the locals in the creation of the tourist product (co-creation).
The concept of Creative Tourism appeared in the 2000’s, and is defined as: “Tourism which offers visitors the opportunity to develop their creative potential through active participation in courses and learning experiences, which are characteristic of the holiday destination where they are taken.” (Crispin Raymond and Greg Richards, 2000).
Have you already worked on these topics? — Then we encourage you to apply for the Creative Tourism Media Awards!
Complete your registration through the digital form.
Applications must be submitted in English.
The registration should be complete before the given deadline.
Applicants must have been active for at least 6 months.
The winners will be part of the international promotion campaign.
Media Awards Focuses
Each applicant will be able to increase its chances by selecting in the form as many focuses, formats and thematic categories that might correspond. Choose the focuses that suit the best your application: travel report, economical and society article, creative tourism photo/video/documentary.
Media Awards Formats
Choose the formats that suit the best your application: short and long article, blog, photo, video, short report, TV documentary, radio show.
Media Awards Thematic Categories
This category fits for projects related to gastronomy and the relation between food, art of cooking, cooking styles and culture of particular regions of the world.
This category fits for projects related to music production, but also to music learning, and education about its culture and the places where given music styles were born.
This category fits for projects related to crafts production, but also to crafts techniques learning, and education about the specific cultures where they are from.
This category fits for projects related to dance production, but also to dance learning, and education about its culture and the places where given dance styles were born.
This category fits for projects related to immaterial cultural heritage like traditions, performing arts, folklore, customs, beliefs, rituals, language, and knowledge and skills to produce traditional crafts.
This category fits for projects related to creative community based tourism that aims to share authentic experiences through a sustainable and respectful form of tourism regarding the local culture and traditions.
This category fits for projects related to creation, culture, and the exploitation of knowledge and information with touristic purpose.