Creatives Unite was born in response to the pandemic and the pressing need to gather in one place pertinent initiatives and information related to the CCS in the EU in response to the COVID crisis.

One year later, it is time to shift the platform’s focus to the EU’s re-opening phase towards a brighter future. It is time for the Cultural and Creative Sectors to come back stronger.

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Pandemic insights: revealing the essential of heritage conservation

The webinar will explore the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on conservation and conservation learning across the broadest scope of ICCROM works.


Artscape Daniels Launchpad Creative Career Conference

A 4-day event focused on professional and creative development, industry knowledge and connections to potential future work opportunities.


Curating During COVID

This event will explore developing and gaining curatorial experience during the pandemic.


Science + Tech + Arts collaborations to shape cities of the future

A two days festival to inspire, imagine and debate.


The show must go on: Culture and Cities in the next normal event launches UCLG ASPAC’s culture committee publication

The COVID-19 pandemic has not only affected health and economic sectors, but it has also strongly affected the cultural sector. Culture as the fourth pillar of sustainable development is the fundamental aspect in recovering better and stronger from COVID-19 in Asia Pacific cities and local governments. Therefore, there is an urgent call to tackle the matters of culture in cities, as it serves as an antidote to the secondary effects of the pandemic.


Australia Council invests $8.8 million in arts and culture including first nations musicians, youth and regional artists

Emerging First Nations musicians, new Australian works by younger artists, regional artists and literature projects are among the recipients of the latest round of arts projects grants supported by the Australia Council.

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