7 April 2021
Launch Event: Creative Communities Learning Lab
On 28 April we are launching our series of dynamic and accessible online learning modules for creative and cultural professionals around the world.
5 March 2021
Announcing: AMPLIFY D.A.I Collaboration Grants
24 February 2021
UNESCO TechCul Ideathon
We partnered with UNESCO Bangkok to support the first TechCul ideathon in January 2021. Some really fantastic projects were pitched, bringing digital solutions for creative sectors and local communities in the Asia-Pacific region.
17 February 2021
Introducing: Creative Communities Learning Lab
New free online learning for creative and cultural professionals, designed by creative hub leaders from Southeast Asia and the UK.
14 December 2020
Reflecting on the impact of the Creative Enterprise Programme
The Creative Enterprise Programme (CEP) connects passionate people, helps uncover new opportunities for collaboration, and champions the arts and entrepreneurship around the globe.
16 November 2020
CLOSED: Open Call: Policy Development in the British Council’s Creative Economy Portfolio
The British Council invites proposals from UK consultants and organisations to help us build on our long-standing history of creative economy work to build a more cohesive, global policy offer
22 October 2020
(Closed) Open Call: Supporting Creative Industries Mapping in Georgia
We are seeking proposals from UK consultants and organisations to advise on 'Supporting Creative Industries Mapping in Georgia' – a programme aiming to foster mapping and research skills and activities within the creative industries in Georgia
13 October 2020
Meet At the Square in Lagos: Creative Producers International
How A Public Art Gallery Created A Sense of Collective Ownership in Lagos and other stories…
25 September 2020
(Closed) Open Call: curate and produce our next Cultural Leadership Programme
We're inviting proposals to work with our team in Mexico to programme and deliver a new Cultural Leadership Programme
28 August 2020
(Closed) Open Call: Curate PlayUK
We’re seeking the next curator for PlayUK in the Western Balkans