The Association

of Creative Industries

The Association of Creative Industries

Our Purpose

At ACI, we strive to be a beacon of support and representation for the creative industries in Georgia, fostering a thriving ecosystem where creativity, innovation, and cultural expression can flourish. Our mission is to fortify and accurately represent the role of creative industries in the country’s sustainable development, addressing the distinct challenges our members face.


  • 20 July 2024

    Imagine this: you’ve spent countless nights and weekends working on a groundbreaking idea, something that could change the world. Finally, you share it with the world, only to find out that someone else has stolen it, claimed it as their own, and is now reaping the rewards of your hard work. This might sound like a nightmare, but for many creators and inventors, it’s an all-too-common reality. In a world

  • 8 July 2024

    On June 4, the Swedish government presented its creative industries strategy to the world. This plan, effective from 2024 to 2033, not only changes Sweden's cultural landscape - it offers a vision for developing the creative industry that would be wise for Georgia to study as well. The Minister of Culture, Parisa Liljestrand, directly states: "The cultural and creative industries must now be viewed as a new type of Swedish

  • 7 July 2024

    Non-governmental organization “Democracy Laboratory” (DemLab) collaborated with illustrators from the creative studio 'Animator' to create digital posters for Rick and Morty. The illustrations were posted on the social platforms of the animation company Adult Swim UK & Europe. Rick and Morty posters were created by the illustrators Ana Markozashvili, Nikoloz Gurielidze, Masho Samadashvili and Keti Mskhiladze. They created a total of 20 posters within four different campaigns. The illustrations were

  • 4 July 2024

    The smartphone has become an inseparable part of modern life, seamlessly integrating into our daily routines. However, a prevailing belief suggests that our creativity may be paying the price for this constant connectivity. The idea that smartphones are hindering our ability to think outside the box has become so widespread that it's even been promoted by media outlets and public figures. But is there any truth to this notion? A

  • 29 June 2024

    The Tokyo Arts and Space (TOKAS) has announced the International Creator Residency Program 2025, inviting international creators in visual arts, film, design, and architecture. The program offers a residency from May to July 2025, focusing on the theme "Technology and the future of humanity." Selected creators will receive airfare, living expenses, and a shared studio space. This program encourages cultural exchange and independent project work, culminating in an OPEN STUDIO