Monthly Archives: April 2018

Cultural Learning Alliance: employability and enterprise

We are happy to share the second briefing paper of Cultural Learning Alliance – Employability and enterprise – on “Why the arts make us more employable, and why the creative industries are our international economic life-raft”. An interesting paper on the value of cultural and creative industries in UK and the role of education in […]

Check Me Out – when academic research meets arts

Today we want to present you an experiment done in Italy by Fusion Art Center from Padova. The search for a university thesis becomes the theoretical structure of a specific artistic operation that emancipates from the exhibition device becoming an expressive metaphor of the contemporary, becoming graft of new projects, accompanied in the development phases, […]

Careers in the arts: visions for the future

We are happy to share the final publication of the NXT project “Careers in the arts: visions for the future”. The project is financed by Creative Europe​ and supervised by ELIA – European League of Institutes of the Arts​. The publication provides experts and artists view on how to make a living from the arts […]

Interview with Sara Holden, Managing Artist of Sculpture by the Sea.

As part of our programme of showcasing examples of entrepreneurial students and graduates from Arts and Humanities subjects, we are please to share an interview with Sara Holden, Managing Artist of Sculpture by the Sea. What does entrepreneurship mean to you? Entrepreneurship means setting up the business of my dreams and gaining financial independence using […]