When in Nikola-Lenivets

RUSSIA

When in Nikola-Lenivets

FutureEverything, Kimchi and Chips and the British Council take part in Russia's largest open air digital festival.

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The British Council’s Creative Economy programme forges connections between the growing creative and cultural industries in the UK and overseas.

We work with a network of pioneers on inspiring international collaborations in a rapidly changing world.

Using our unique global resources, we seek out those who are exploring the frontiers between culture, enterprise and technology. We connect them to experiences and opportunities in other places and across disciplines. 

We believe that the pioneers we support have a vital role in making more open, optimistic and inclusive societies that contribute to our collective global future. We aim to tell their important story to institutions, policy-makers and investors so that they can better understand their value and how to work with them.

On this website you can find out more about the Creative Economy programme, network and opportunities to get involved.

Featured people

Ricardo Almeida

Ricardo Almeida

Publishing, Brazil

Ricardo Almeida is President at Clube de Autores, Brazil's first and largest self publishing company.

Katherine Jewkes

Katherine Jewkes

Digital technologies/Performing arts, Brazil/United Kingdom

Katherine is Digital Associate at National Theatre Wales, where she helps people to playfully integrate digital technology into their creative practice.

Dwinita Larasati

Dwinita Larasati

Cultural management, Indonesia

Dwinita (Tita) is the Director of Bandung Creative City Forum (BCCF), a forum which aims to provide benefits to the creative community, and the community at large, in Bandung, Indonesia.

Indy Johar

Indy Johar

Clusters, United Kingdom

Indy is a qualified architect and serial co-founder of social ventures. His core skills lie in the synthesis of strategic design, policy making and social venturing/innovation.

Tom Higham

Tom Higham

Digital technologies/Innovation, Russia/United Kingdom

Tom is Executive Producer at FutureEverything, one of the UK's leading festivals in digital art and innovation.

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