Andy Eagle is a Chief Executive of the Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff. The centre was founded in 1971 and today there are 32 creative companies based in its office units as well as numerous individual artists who work across all art forms in the creative industries. Eagle, within the project of the British Council, will be working to create a partnership with local cultural institutions, developing partnerships and financial strategies with various sectors, as well as working to enhance potential and existing collaborative projects with partners from the United Kingdom.
This August some of the world’s most influential arts and culture practitioners, government officials, and creative industry entrepreneurs will arrive in Johannesburg to attend the second ACT/ UJ Arts & Culture Conference - Creative Currencies: accessing opportunities in an expanding marketplace.
The delegation of UK cultural leaders and policy experts travelling to China this March has been announced. The group will engage in two major forums, focussing on the impact of digital on cultural organisations and the research elements arising from this work.