Creative Cardiff

Launch of the Networking Creative Hubs project

Posted on 1 June 2017 by Johann Gregory

More people are working in creative hubs than ever before. For freelancers and small businesses, hubs offer a place to work, opportunities, connections and a sense of community. This week saw the launch of our City Region Exchange project, Networking Creative Hubs in the Cardiff Capital Region. A brief summary of the project is available
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Creative Research at Cardiff University: Professor Samantha Warren

Posted on 22 February 2017 by Johann Gregory

During the filming of the ‘Creative Research at Cardiff University’ video, we spoke to three academics in the Creative Cardiff Research Network about their work. We’ve identified three particular and related strands of ‘creative research’ at Cardiff: research that involves working with creatives or creative organisations; research that involves creative outputs or methodologies; and research
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Creative Cardiff is one

Posted on 14 October 2016 by Ian Hargreaves

In its first year, Creative Cardiff has validated all four of our initial goals. We set out to increase quality and momentum between creative economy people in the Cardiff city region. The proof of that is in our growth in membership and on social media, but also in countless personal stories of individuals and organisations
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Creative Hub Research Project

Posted on 13 June 2016 by Johann Gregory

Eleanor Roberts, a joint-honours student in English Literature and Media, has joined the Creative Economy team as part of the Cardiff Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme (CUROP). We’re really excited to have this new addition to the team as we pilot a creative hub later in the month: I have recently joined the Creative Economy team
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Student Show and Tell in the Vertical Studio

Posted on 26 April 2016 by Samuel Woodford

Launching the week’s collaborative effort between the Welsh School of Architecture (WSA) and the Creative Economy Team was Monday evening’s Student Show & Tell event. This was a student version of our quarterly Show & Tell event, in which three speakers displayed an object related to their work before taking questions. These were respectively a talk on
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