Sub Saharan Africa Creative Economy Programme
The Sub Saharan Africa Creative Economy programme is a three year programme that aims to improve employability and increase the impact that creative enterprises have on enhancing opportunities for young people.
Alternate Territories is a 4 day programme which brings together an international cohort of artists, curators and leaders from the immersive, interactive and cultural sector at Sheffield Doc/Festival.
AMPLIFY is an exciting initiative dedicated to empowering women in digital arts and practises to enlighten, embolden and contribute to the current cultural shift around inclusivity and gender issues.
Creative Spark Higher Education Enterprise Programme is a five-year initiative to develop creative economy and drive enterprise skills across seven countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan via UK university and institutional partnerships
Tech4Culture is an initiative that promotes and supports creatives and technologists in Turkey and the UK to develop digital collaborations that provides access to arts and culture for the widest possible audience.
Connect for Creativity
Connect for Creativity is an 18-month project led by the British Council, in partnership with three creative hubs – ATÖLYE in Turkey, Bios in Greece, Nova Iskra in Serbia and Abdullah Gül University in Turkey.
Creative Hubs Academy
British Council, Hivos and Nesta have joined forces to develop a brand new learning programme, the Creative Hubs Academy, specifically for emerging and established creative hubs globally.
Creative Enterprise Programme
We work with Nesta to deliver the Creative Enterprise Programme, which offers practical support and capacity-building to creative entrepreneurs around the world.
A project exploring the local ecosystem of creative practitioners, academics, industrial design houses, makerspaces and technology hubs in Xi’an and Chengdu.
Developing Inclusive Creative Economies (DICE)
DICE will address entrenched issues of unemployment and unequal economic growth in five emerging economies: Brazil, Egypt, Indonesia, Pakistan and South Africa.