Theme: Hubs and communities
17 August 2017
Announcing: 3rd European creative hubs forum in Sheffield, UK
We are excited to announce the third and final European Creative Hubs Network Forum, which will take place in Sheffield, UK at the incredible Roco Hub 29-30 November and 1 December 2017.
11 August 2017
En route to Moscow - meet our hub managers
We're sending three UK hub managers to Moscow to join peers from Russia and elsewhere on a unique professional development opportunity.
4 August 2017
Call for proposals: Ghana @60 pop-up creative hub
Curate our pop-up hub for six days in Accra, Ghana in November 2017
9 June 2017
How to be a hub superhero
The second European Creative Hubs Network (ECHN) skills workshop for creative hub leaders, took place in Berlin, Germany this week.
10 April 2017
Hub managers apply now: EU hub exchanges
The Peer-to-Peer (P2P) scheme is a mobility programme, set up to enable creative hubs from across Europe to connect, collaborate, share and learn from each other.
10 April 2017
SA-UK hub exchange
In February, seven creative hubs from South Africa, Botswana and Zimbabwe came to the UK, buddying up with TAKTAL, The FuseBox and The Trampery to visit more than 20 hubs.
13 February 2017
How to start me up: building my creative hub
The European Creative Hubs Network announces its first skills workshop for creative hub leaders, taking place in Madrid on 22-23 March.
16 December 2016
Call for researchers: the ethics of makerspaces (CLOSED)
As part of Hello Shenzhen the British Council and the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) are working in partnership to support further academic research into the Chinese maker movement phenomenon
8 December 2016
Creative hubs: Lighthouses for the new urban economy
Our latest research considers the definition, value and impact of creative hubs on the wider economy, particularly in times of financial and political uncertainty.
10 October 2016
Tales of Transformation: #CreativeCitiesUK
Join us for a series of articles from Egyptian online publishing hub Progrss, digging into the unique DNA of UK creative cities and showcasing their achievements, struggles and future plans. First stop: Edinburgh