9 December 2019
(closed) Open call for researcher: Mapping Scottish creative hubs
We are seeking proposals from researchers and consultants to conduct a mapping and analysis study of creative hubs in Scotland in 2020.
13 February 2018
(Closed) Call for researchers: mapping creative hubs in Wales
British Council and Arts Council of Wales are working in partnership to commission a piece of research that will provide a baseline study of the geographical spread, shape and size of creative hubs across Wales. THIS CALL IS NOW CLOSED
16 November 2017
Speakers Announced: Creative Hubs Forum
Our third Creative Hubs Forum will bring together over 20 speakers and 100 creative hubs from across 30 European countries to be part of We Are Next, a 3-day forum curated for and by creative hubs.
16 October 2017
The poetry of Earth (About Abandon Normal Devices Festival)
Guest blog: composer and Director of Artes Sonoras UNSAM Sebastián Verea writes about FIELDWORK and his time exploring Abandon normal Devices' 2017 festival in the Peak District
21 April 2017
Opportunity: UK based consultant to help create Global Resource Of Open Minds
We're seeking a UK based consultant to work with the British Council and Hivos to develop the concept and plan for the Global Resource of Open Minds - a learning and experimentation journey for a group of international culture producers
16 February 2017
Help us connect cities through the arts and creative exchange
We're seeking brilliant consultant(s) to work with British Council teams to define and develop our global 'Arts + Cities' offer.
24 January 2017
Senior Programme Manager, Tech for Social Impact (6 month role)
This opportunity is now closed.
12 January 2017
Meet our new programme manager for games and interactive
Paul Callaghan has been appointed as the British Council's first Programme Manager for Games and Interactive.
12 December 2016
How Sheffield Transitioned From a Steel City
Continuing their #CreativeCitiesUK study tour, progrss.com heads to Sheffield – once called the “ugliest town in the Old World” by none other than George Orwell - to uncover how it transitioned to a creative economy
30 November 2016
A focus on Glasgow #CreativeCitiesUK
In this instalment of progrss.com’s editorial project on British cities driven by creative industries, the team delves into the Glasgow. We look at how creatives are shaping the city and how innovation in art and engineering can lead to clean energy