When: 13-15 July
Are you looking to use film as part of your research project? This free 3-day filmmaking workshop organised by Filmgeographies may be helpful to you. You will need to be able to attend all 3 days in order to take part.
Register your interest on the Filmgeographies website.
Filmgeographies is a forum that includes everything related to films and geography. We run calls for films that are published online and screened at annual geography conferences. We also organise film screening events and filmmaking workshops.
Lewisham’s Community Champions were established in 2020 to provide clear, trustworthy information to Lewisham’s communities from community members around the Coronavirus Pandemic and health issues.
We would like to re-market the ‘Young’ Champions to young people in Lewisham aged 11-24 via new branding. We are looking for a graphic designer or design team to:
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2021 Santander Universities Emerging Entrepreneur Award:
Goldsmiths has been asked to select & put forward one student or recent graduate business to the Santander Universities Emerging Entrepreneur Awards 2021, from the applications we receive.
The winning business (from all the candidates put forward by UK universities) will receive £50,000 equity free seed funding and £25,000 worth of additional business development support (e.g consultancy, mentoring, marketing, legal, etc.)
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Crafts Council are launching a programme for makers: Crafting Business. This is open to emerging makers (between 1 & 4 years in business) based in England, Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland. Please can you help spread the word. Deadline for applications is 31 March 2021.
Crafting Business is part of a Creative European funded project to provide business training skills to makers across Europe. Eight countries (including the UK) will be delivering their own respective training programmes in 2021 supporting up to 200 makers.
Find out more from the Crafts Council website