Category Archives: Creative Education

How to Support Creatives?

In this third blog of the series on developing local creative micro-companies and freelancers we look at the various existing resources available to support creatives and what needs to be created to improve the situation. Why is this so important? … Continue reading

Posted in Creative Education, Creative industries, Creative Policy, Education, freelancers, Funding, micro-companies, Uncategorized | Comments Off on How to Support Creatives?

Creative Clusters and the 90%

Nearly 90% of the Creative Industries are composed of micro companies of under four people or sole trading freelancers, according to the latest industry surveys. So how will the Creative Clusters plans announced by AHRC, and at the heart of … Continue reading

Posted in Creative Education, Creative industries, Creative Policy, Funding, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Creative Clusters and the 90%

£80m University funding for Creatives Clusters

This blog provides a summary overview of the Art and Humanities Research Council (AHRC)’s new call for Universities and Companies in the Creative Industries to bid for support for a new government backed fund. NOTE: You will need to act … Continue reading

Posted in Creative Collaboration, Creative Education, Creative industries, Creative Policy, Funding | Comments Off on £80m University funding for Creatives Clusters

What now for UK Education for Our Screens?

In the last month PACT have published a report highlighting the problems with UK independent film production. Last week Screen International published interviews with UK sales agents talking about a system that is broken. The number of UK independent films … Continue reading

Posted in Creative Education, Creative industries, Creative Policy, Uncategorized | Comments Off on What now for UK Education for Our Screens?