Couldn't make it to our CONNECT! Forum on the Value of Networks? Or perhaps you were there and want to revisit the highlights?
We have now made the footage publically accessible and free to watch on our Creative Europe Desk UK YouTube channel.
The event saw 120 delegates and 20 speakers from across screen, arts and policy join us at the Barbican for a day of debate.
16 Oct 2018
How can UK professionals benefit from taking part in networks? Can networks be a force for social change? What do we stand to lose by going alone?
20 Sep 2018
CONNECT! – a Creative Europe Desk UK Forum on the Value of Networks – examines why participating in networks is so vital, how to make the most of them, and what the sector could stand to lose by going alone.
Creative Europe Desk UK – Wales will be supporting Ffilm Cymru Wales’ speed networking event at this year’s Eisteddfod.
Results from Creative Europe’s Modules for Masters degrees in Arts and Science funding opportunity have been announced, with Birmingham City University among the four successful applicants.
24 May 2018
XpoNorth (27-28 June) is Scotland's leading creative industries festival, and the only festival of its kind in Scotland covering crafts, fashion and textiles; writing and publishing; screen and broadcast; and music.
Did you know that Creative Europe is not the only EU fund to offer support to the creative and cultural sectors?
Many cultural, creative and audiovisual projects have received support through other European Union programmes ranging from funds that focus on research and innovation through to those dedicated to regional development and employment.
11 Apr 2018
Cultural and Creative Sector Guarantee Facility
30 Sep 2020
While UK organisations and companies continue to be eligible to submit applications to Creative Europe for now, the UK’s role in the programme after the EU exit remains uncertain.
Many political and sector representatives from the UK and other European countries are calling for UK participation in Creative Europe to continue.
The following list highlights some of the campaigns and recommendations being made.
27 Feb 2018