British Council is seeking a British or UK-based curator to create and co-produce the next edition of its online-only platform for supporting creativity in digital art, PlayUK. With a focus on new work, proposals should come from individuals or collectives for a programme to showcase, exchange knowledge and share new practices in the process of game-making that connects UK and Western Balkan creatives.
Industry talks and workshops
Poet Yomi Sode interviews Hafsah Aneela Bashir and Anthony Joseph about first albums and guilty pleasures in his popular and insightful series that has reached tens of thousands via Instagram Live in recent months.
For September and October 2020 we’ve invited the Jerwood Compton Poetry Fellows to take over the Jerwood Arts channels.
The UK in JAPAN 2019-20 season, a high-profile and ambitious campaign to further strengthen the bilateral relationship and deepen the partnership between the UK and Japan as forward-looking global leaders, was launched in September 2019 after its official announcement when Prime Minister Abe visited the UK in January 2019.
London Design Festival 2020 returns on 12-20 September for its 18th edition of London Design Festival with a heavy focus on digital and online content to showcase the UK design community's work. The festival will have a strong local focus and will be "a Festival for Londoners".
What Next? brings people together from around the country to debate and shape the future of arts and culture in the UK. It supports over 30 chapters across the UK as creative agents for change, both locally and nationally. Following an eight month strategic review it now has a refreshed vision and set of goals which puts inclusivity and democracy at the heart of how it moves forward.
The Creative Coalition is a major consultation project with Creative Industries Federation (CIF) members, fellow industries, partners and UK, devolved and local government. Its purpose will be to "reimagine our sector and create an inspirational view of what our future could look like, backed up with meaningful evidence and ideas" to be able to "paint a picture of what our future economy and society could look like, and how our creative industries are central to realising this vision".
THE first full English translation of the 400-year-old Latin medical casebook of Shakespeare’s son-in-law, the prominent physician John Hall (1575–1635), gives a new and rare insight into his career and the medical practises of the 17th
What does 2020 hold for you? We at the Culture Diary, embedded within the Department of Digital, Culture, Media & Sport, are gearing up for a year of cultural activity and huge UK campaigns including:
The Department for International Trade will be at SXSW to celebrate the convergence of the interactive and music industries.
DIT is leading the UK Government’s presence at SXSW 2020 with a UK trade stand. The official SXSW venue, the British Music Embassy, will be in a dynamic new venue - Cedar Street Courtyard.
The trade stand and BME will offer the perfect opportunity to engage with buyers, hold one-on-one meetings, showcase your innovations, put on your events and receptions, and present your brand with impact at SXSW.