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In just 2 weeks’ time we'll begin the #HubsasHosts Tour, taking 14 delegates representing arts hubs across Southern Africa and the UK to visit 7 of the UK's brightest arts hubs across Manchester, Leeds, Newcastle and Wigan. @SouthernAfrArts #SouthernAfricaArts #CreativeEconomy # Hubs As Hosts Tour<br />
27th - 31st January<br />
British Council Southern African Arts, Creative Economy and Dana Kohava Segal Logos
First up we’ll be visiting @ParadiseWrks and @ManchesterCraft & Design Centre in #Manchester - both of whom provide vital artist and maker studios, exhibition space and sustain thriving creative communities. Aerial view of Paradise WorksInterior view of Manchester Craft & Design Centre
Then we’ll be taking a trip to #Leeds to visit the newly renovated @LeedsPlayhouse and @SlungLow - each pioneers in community engagement and accessible creative hubs for their city and beyond, staging world class performance and supporting artists. The colourful front of Leeds Playhouse's new buildingSlung Low neon sign glowing above their new base in Holbeck's Working Men's Club
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Welcome back to the @QMUL day of our #CreativeEconomy Networks - Research, Policy and Exchange event in partnership with @brBritish, @NetworkCentre and showcasing research funded by @ahrcpress and @NewtonFund and with the support of @Culturarj. Morag Shiach welcomes delegates ...
@QMUL Principal Colin Bailey shares his pride in Queen Mary’s three-cornered achievement in research, public engagement and the diversity and quality of its student body. As an engineer, he pushed hard for #CreativeEconomy’s inclusion in the UK Industrial Strategy.
Partnerships allow creative entrepreneurs to contribute in all kinds of industrial sectors for everyone’s benefit, and we’ll be focusing on them today.
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Kicking off our #CreativeEconomy Networks day in Stour Space hosted by @CreativeWick and in partnership with @NetworkCentre, @QMUL, @ahrcpress and @brBritish with a welcome from Will Chamberlain focusing on local creative initiatives and interOlympic exchanges with Brazil
Tim Clement-Jones, Chair of Council @QMUL, reflects that until recently the contribution of the creative industries to the UK economy has been underestimated but this is starting to change, with @ahrcpress funding research to build a crucial evidence base & build new employment
And we’re into our first panel focusing on #CreativeEconomy Networks, with Martin Dowle of @brBritish, Morag Shiach of @NetworkCentre and our very own Paul Heritage of @QMULsed.
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