Researched and written by Lucy Rose Sollitt, the Future of the Art Market Report reveals the art market’s tipping point moment and predicts the shape of changes to come.
Commissioned and published by Creative United in partnership with Arteïa, Creative Scotland and DACS, the Future of the Art Market Report surveys the significant changes that have…
We are very pleased to have welcomed The Met among the organisations on the first edition of free business support programme Prosper North.
Victoria Robinson, their Chief Executive Officer, gave us the opportunity to chat about The Met and what they expect Prosper North to help them with.
Can you tell us a bit more about your…
Homotopia is the longest running LGBTQ+ arts festival in the United Kingdom, based in Liverpool.
It started in 2004, after a grant from Liverpool City Council was given to boost cultural activity ahead of Liverpool’s 2008 European Capital of Culture. Many festival and small professional arts organisations still exist in Liverpool today doing inclusive and…
We spoke to David Renwick, Director for the North, at the National Lottery Heritage Fund, about their support for Prosper North and how it might make an impact on the cultural heritage sector.
Why did the National Lottery Heritage Fund want to invest in a business support programme for the north?
As an organisation, we’ve just gone…
What will the UK contemporary art market look like in 2030?
Creative United is thrilled to announce our Future of the Art Market Unconference, scheduled to take place on 13 November 2019 at Somerset House, London.
Produced by Creative United with support from Creative Scotland and in partnership with Vastari.com and UCL Innovation & Enterprise, the Future…
We talk to Sarah Thirtle, Director of Business Support Programmes at Creative United, about how to make the most of the Prosper North opportunity.
What is Prosper North and why was it set up?
Prosper North is a free business support programme for cultural heritage organisations based in the north. It’s supported by the National Lottery Heritage…
The Nottingham Music Hub (NMH) will pilot a new approach to ensuring that disabled children are able to participate fully in making music through Whole Class Ensemble Tuition at primary school.
Research recently conducted by a Consortium of leading access to music organisations has found that a lack of knowledge about the existence of adapted instruments…
Creative United is proud to announce that Dr Victoria Barker has been awarded the 2019 EGRG PhD Thesis Prize
Supported by Creative United and the Centre for Business in Society at Coventry University, Victoria Barker’s thesis focused on recent cultural policy debates around the concept of ‘creative ecosystem’.
Whilst ‘ecosystem’ is popular both as a metaphor…
Creative United has recently contributed to three important reports which look at the economic and social impacts of the creative and cultural industries in the UK.
Cultural Cities Enquiry
The Cultural Cities Enquiry came together in March 2018 to develop a new model to help culture flourish in cities in the context of diminishing public funding in…
Suzanne Bull MBE and Rosie Wolfenden MBE appointed to the Board of Directors at Creative United
Creative United is delighted to announce the appointment of Suzanne Bull MBE and Rosie Wolfenden MBE to their Board of Directors.
Both bring a wealth of experience and knowledge from their respective areas of expertise in the arts and creative industries,…