Well we're nearly at the end of another year in arts and culture and its been a real pleasure to meet so many of you, hear what you are up to and see the changes you are making happen across Gloucestershire.Read More
Shalize Nicholas, the founder of Madia & Matilda, talks to us about her journey from starting her sustainable fashion business to making it a successRead More
Create Gloucestershire is working in partnership with Real Ideas Organisation (RIO) to deliver a highly subsidised in-house training session for schools, independent artists, makers, employees of arts organisations, museums, libraries and music education hubs who want to become Discover and Explore Arts Award Advisers in Gloucestershire.Read More
Are you an ambitious creative business in Gloucestershire?
If so take a look at this inspirational one-day business development workshop, PLUS follow up support, which is being delivered by The Growth Hub and Create Gloucestershire.
The workshop take place on Wednesday 19th September 2018, one of the first to be hosted at the stunning new Growth Hub in Gloucester.Read More
Join us for our next Pop Up meeting where we'll b exploring the Opportunities & Challenges of Digital Technology - 11th September 10am - 12pm, Moreton in the MarshRead More
Looking for something creative and free to do this summer? There are over 60 workshops especially for with children, young people and families happening in Gloucester, Matson, Coleford, Tewkesbury, Moreton in Marsh and Dursley Library as part of Art of Libraries.Read More
Sir Nicholas Serota heralds a new creative chapter for Matson and meets community leaders involved in setting up GL4 and Culture Matson.
Create Gloucestershire was fortunate to be involved in an life changing initiative, the Creative Employment Programme which supported 40 young people as paid interns and apprentices in 20 different creative organisations/SME’s in taking their first step into working in the creative sector. Of those 40 young people, over half of them were kept on by their employer or moved on to further study.Read More
Feeling university is not for you, read how Kate forged her own way in the creative industries with support from Create Gloucestershire’s CEP funding.Read More
Victoria was the Marketing, Publicity and Social Media intern at Hawkwood College and was responsible for increasing Hawkwood’s web presence including social media alongside assisting with general marketing duties. After completing a Masters degree in London, she was looking for an opportunity to gain work experience in the South West. This internship provided a great opportunity to gain valuable skills and experience in a creative industry.Read More
We are looking to appoint a Chair and up to 6 new Directors to lead and support the organisation as it enters a new phase as one of Arts Council England’s National Portfolio Organisations. This provides an exciting opportunity to shape and influence the organization as it shifts to having a wider national role with a higher profile.Read More
February Update from Pippa Jones
The Ancient Mariner in Coleridge's poem is marooned on the ocean and tortured as he sees "water, water everywhere" but none of it water that he can drink.
Data feels a bit the same to me at the moment - it’s everywhere - big data, data breaches, data savvy, data rich, data poor and of course data protection.Read More
The GEM Project aims to engage with and support individuals within Gloucestershire who are currently dealing with circumstances that are potentially causing barriers to work and move these people closer towards education, training, volunteering or work, including self-employment.Read More
When I finished my A-Levels, I had no idea what I wanted to do next. I got good grades and was offered a place to study History at Reading University, but the thought of leaving home and going to university terrified me.Read More
Since finishing her internship, she has spent 6 months as a Collections Assistant at The Devil’s Porridge Museum near Dumfries, and a year as an Assistant Registrar with the National Railway Museum. She is currently on a years’ contract work with the National Museum Scotland in Edinburgh as an Assistant Registrar.Read More
We are delighted to be profiled as one of two case studies (the only one in the South West) in the new Universal Culture Offer for public libraries - which was launched in Hull at the end of October.Read More
The Art of Libraries test programme is coming to the end of year one. After a hectic summer programme of events aimed at children and young people, we took to the road with the Detective Story Bus with artists, Jacqui Grange and Fabi Williams, taking creative activities literally to the doorsteps of families in more isolated parts of Gloucestershire.Read More
If you want some ideas about how to engage Local Authority partners in arts and cultural activity, take a look at this new online resource from ACE (Arts Council England) and LGA (Local Government Association) – LGA is the national voice of local government, working with councils across the UK to support, promote and improve their offer.Read More