Creative rural sector responds to the UK Government’s Industrial Strategy: £4 billion p.a. by 2025; NEoS – the New Economies of Sustainability
Events / Seminars
Engendering Rural Creativity
Rural women leaders promoting new creative rural economic, social and environmental sustainability initiatives during the pandemic:
Vital role of women leaders in mobilising the creative rural industries estimated at £4 bn. p.a. to the UK national economy by 2025; Proposal for a new urban – rural cultural partnerships promoting environmental and economic sustainability.
Proposed two-day on-line international conference in London, 14 – 15 Oct 2021 (tbc), as partof the UNCTAD International Year of Creative Economy for Sustainable Development 2021.
Coordinated by the Creative Rural Industries Consortium/Littoral Arts in partnership with UNCTAD.
More information, programming and registrations, etc., will be available in early June.
The Rise of the Creative Rural Sector
Proposals for a Rural (CI) Cultural Development Fund
Optimising the creative rural sector’s c. £2 billion p.a. contributions to the Government’s industrial strategy – creative industries sector deal; promoting new rural CI research and innovative culture-led creative urban and rural business partnerships; making the business case
A Whitehall Creative Rural Industries Policy and Research focus seminar:
Co-hosted by the UK Rural Business Group, UK Research Council/AHRC the University of Westminster, CRIC – Creative Rural Industries Consortium, and Littoral Arts Trust.
Monday 16th September 2019
The St Matthews Conference Centre, 20 Gt Peter Street, Westminster, SW1P 2BU