United Kingdom

AAD (London Met) Sessions: Kitchen Table Monumentalism

An AAD Session hosted by the Centre for Creative Arts, Cultures and Engagement (CREATURE) where Pil and Galia Kollectiv discuss ‘Kitchen Table Monumentalism’ as part of Public Face’s “Performance, Monuments and Public Spaces” series.

LIFT Concept Touring

LIFT is launching a commissioning programme for artists to develop concepts for international touring projects with little or no human travel.

Chinese Cinema Season

Produced by Trinity CineAsia, Filming East Festival, and UK-China Film Collab, the Chinese Cinema Season is an online film screening event lasting for three months. It is the first and biggest online screening specialising in Chinese language films in the UK and Ireland that aims to enrich UK lockdown and present Chinese culture in a fresh way.

De Montfort University, Cultural eXchanges Festival

For the first time ever, De Monfort University will be hosting a virtual festival adapted to the ever-changing circumstances, with live streamed content that will feature a variety of guests and speakers from the cultural & creative industries, hosted by the Faculty of Arts, Design and Humanities and run by their final year Arts and Festivals Management BA (Hons) students.

Surviving or Thriving?

In partnership with the Arts Council, Waterford Healing Arts Trust (WHAT) announce details of an innovative new online series that aims to support the wellbeing of arts professionals in Ireland, with particular relevance to the present Covid-19 pandemic.

Roundtable with Dave Patten, The Science Museum

From social distancing to flexible interfaces, chemical screen cleaning to robot tours. In a recent virtual meet-up, Dave Patten took Jim Richardson and the MuseumNext community through some of the challenges that have presented themselves at London’s Science Museum over the last 12 months.

Art Fund_

For over 110 years Art Fund has supported museums and galleries, and helped them to buy and display great works of art for everyone to enjoy.


Black Girl Fest offers four grants to support Black women and non-binary UK-based creatives affected by Covid-19.

Apply for #VACMAScotland funding

In place of usual VACMA awards this year fixed bursaries are available in recognition of the ongoing impacts of COVID-19 on individual artists and makers.

2021 ScreenSkills Assessment Survey

ScreenSkills invites you to fill out this 10-minute survey to help them understand current skills, gaps and shortages, the impact of Covid-19 on working practices and what the industry will look like in the future.

The impact of COVID-19 on diversity in the creative industries

As part of PEC’s research agenda on the industry’s response to COVID-19, they partnered with the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Creative Diversity to consult Industry Champions and APPG partners on the impact of the pandemic on diversity in their organisations and sectors.

Scottish Audience Intentions

As part of ongoing partnership, Creative Scotland asked The Audience Agency to design, analyse and report on a survey intended to inform on audience behaviours during, and beyond, the Covid-19 pandemic.