Introducing: Creative Communities Learning Lab

British Council is collaborating with Creative Friction (UK), Makerspace Manila (PH) and 17 creative hub advisers to design the 'Creative Communities Learning Lab', a new series of free online courses for creative and cultural professionals worldwide, in response to the global health crisis.

April 2021 will see the launch of brand new digital training that responds to the needs of hub leaders, artists, creative entrepreneurs and cultural professionals all over the world.

The global health crisis has drastically impacted the work of creative and cultural professionals everywhere. Over the past year British Council has been listening to creative hubs and their communities, and gathered stories of resilience and innovative adaptations from Southeast Asia and the UK.

The Creative Communities Learning Lab will build on these stories and conversations and will kick start a series of online modules for creative and cultural professionals all around the world. The content will touch on themes such as managing digital communities, new ways to monetise creative work, strategies to develop original innovative online course content for creatives. This is part of British Council’s Creative Hubs for Good programme and it is led by its team in Southeast Asia, but will be freely available for audiences worldwide. 

You can read more information here.

British Council | Creative Friction | Makerspace Manila

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