Creative Commons (CC) are free, easy-to-use copyright licenses that provide a simple, standardized way to give your permission to share and use your creative work— on conditions of your choice. Even if the uses of CC seem relatively clear to artists and creators, the licenses have been more difficult to justify when the authors’ activities […]
The Arts Council Wales and Arts Council England are the national official bodies that develop and support the Arts. These sites provide news updates related to the Arts and publishes on-going funding opportunities with advice and guidance on who is eligible and how to apply. Arts Council Wales: https://arts.wales/funding Arts Council, England: https://www.artscouncil.org.uk/funding Creative and Cultural Skills: […]
A 2019 report and factsheet providing an in-depth insight into how the visual arts sector is using technology to support its work. It highlights the importance of technology for different areas of your organisation and compares the growth of digital activities in the arts to that of other sectors. Read the report here >>
Artist Newsletter offers up to date alternative insights into the visual arts, with fast-paced news, comment, and debate. Membership rates are reasonable and offer a comprehensive update on Artist jobs, residencies and opportunities as well as resources for freelancers and Public Liability Insurance benefits. More info about this resource >>
Plwg is an online platform that connects schools with artists and cultural organisations in Wales to help spark pupil’s creativity. Create a profile on the website and advertise an opportunity or project you would like to run. Alternatively browse the opportunities section to find your perfect match. Discover now the PLWG platform >>
Is Intellectual Property important to my business? Whether you are just starting a business or already running one, IP should always be a part of your business plan. This video provided by the UK government outlines the basis of IP to help support and protect your brand product or service.
Every year the work of the bachelor in design students from the design studio classes are showcased at la Casa de la Moneda Gallery. The exhibition is organised around the two Design Studio classes of the first semester, and features the work of first year students, “Learning by Doing” and second year visual design, “Design […]
by Antti Leppilampi In the video below, Antti Leppilampi of Xamk – South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences gives us six tips to reflect on when we want to pitch our ideas in front of an audience.
UWTSD’s Institute of Welsh Institute of Science and Art (WISA) has partnered with Alacrity Foundation to deliver a Start-up Challenge Workshop to support graduate enterprise, entrepreneurship and employability. The two day event covered business models, pitching and ideation with demand led problems, and also featured a talk by UWTSD Graphic Design graduate Joe Lewis a […]