UK's creative industries
Official statistics published this week by DCMS reveal that the UK’s creative Industries, which includes the film, television and music industries, are now worth £71.4 billion per year to the UK economy – generating just over a staggering £8 million pounds an hour. Read more
Employers plan to take on more new graduates
A survey of 100 big employers suggests they are planning to increase by a 9% the number of new graduates (about 1,400 extra jobs) they take on this year. Read more
King’s Cultural Challenge 2014
Let's argue for the arts
LEAN Arts is inviting those involved in arts education in Lewisham to an event that will be looking at different opinions and implications regarding the new curriculum and its impact on the arts. Book your place
Artswork Training for Arts and Cultural Organisations in London
Places are available for Artswork upcoming training courses in London for youth arts organisations. If you are interested in developing and running youth arts projects go here. If you are keen to know more about social networking and its benefits for youth arts organisation go here.
Opportunities for young people
If you’re aged 18-25 and not currently studying or working, you can sign up to this free project and develop creative and technical skills as a camera operator and editor. Read more
If you are more interested in writing, you can join the Lyric Hammersmith's workshops that cover the basics of playwriting and provide practical advice about entering the creative industries. Read more
BFI Future Film Festival
The festival returns this year with an exciting line-up of events and screenings of the best new films by young, emerging filmmakers ans well as inspirational Q&As. Read more
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