British Council and the hub have compiled a report including all current support available for UK musicians and music organisations expanding their work and reach internationally.
Soho Estates Director Fawn James has donated £125,000 to the Theatres Trust’s London Theatres Small Grants Scheme.
Interested in touring or performing in Brazil? As interest in Brazil is boosted by Rio 2016 Olympics this summer, Brazil's Federal Law of Cultural Incentive (also known as the Rouanet Law) makes touring the South American country attractive. It encourages companies or individuals to invest in cultural activities by making sponsorship or donations tax deductible.
The Creative Industries Federation today launched 'Creative industries - routes to finance', a one-stop guide to finance for the arts and creative industries.
Both publicly-supported organisations and commercial enterprises will find practical guidance in raising finance and building resilience in these challenging times.
The World Cities Culture Report 2015, the biggest international survey of opinion leaders ever undertaken about the value of culture and cities has been published. It comes as cultural leaders and senior officials from 31 leading cities arrive in London for the fourth World Cities Culture Summit, three days of high level talks aimed at sharing experience and expertise, formulating long-term policies to protect culture, creativity and innovation and planning for future challenges.
The British Council launched their latest report India Matters at the India Forum in London on Tuesday 27 October.
The report looks how stronger educational and cultural ties can help to unlock the full potential of the UK-India relationship.
You can read the report online using the link below.
Visiting Arts has launched World Cultures Connect Creative Skills training programme. This programme provides training for arts practitioners based in Africa to develop creative businesses and grow international networks. Workshops will take place in Trinidad and Tobago, Ethiopia and Malawi.
Participants will also have the opportunity to showcase their work during the Edinburgh Festivals.
On Wednesday, 9th September from 9am.
ITC is a community of over 400 performing arts companies and producers that offers its members advice, training and networking. Sample our services on 9/9/2015 during our open day for non-members.
More info here: http://www.itc-arts.org/events-and-campaigns/itc-open-day-itc999