Aimed at local authority commissioners, service managers and staff, leaders of social enterprise and charities and those who fund the arts & culture sector, this free event features an exciting range of speakers including Create Glos Director, Pippa Jones.Read More
From the 18th-30th August, the REVULVA gallery hosts ‘FAREWELL’, a nexus for young female artists navigating personal evolution. From old goodbyes to new philosophies, the revolutionaries of ‘FAREWELL' celebrate beginnings, journeys, artistic visions and infinite ventures.Read More
Join Create Gloucestershire for this hands-on lab exploring where data and art meet.
Are you an artist interested in how data might shape your creations? Or do you work with data, and want to explore how to look at it in new ways? We want you to join us and get creative though team projects to discover, explore and represent data about the cultural education landscape in Gloucestershire.Read More
Why would an artist want a variety of ‘things’ people could buy - at a range of price points?
What kinds of merchandise would suit your work/brand/customers?
How can you get your Art on the merchandise you want?
We are thrilled to have four fantastic local artists exhibiting with us for our Portraiture exhibition.
Featuring works from Andrew Kirk, Casey Rogers, Kayleigh Almara and Paul Normansell.Read More
Studio 18 has opened its doors to a wide range of artists both local and afar. Spanning medium such as film, installation, sculpture and a full range of visual art.
Closing night on 20th July. Last chance to view the exhibition and an opportunity to meet the artists.Read More
Culture Declares Emergency is a growing community of creative practitioners and organisations concerned about the dire state of our living planet.
Since launching in April, over 400 individuals and organisations have ‘declared’ emergency as part of a movement demanding systemic change to support life on Earth.Read More
Learnings Friday is coming up this week @makeitstroud
In our lunchtime slot we’ll be designing a Digital Plan for the coming months. Yes - it can be that easy!
We’ll work out your best plan, using your natural talents, your way of working, your audience and your story to identify a realistic, achievable and enjoyable timetable for action.
Learning Fridays is about taking time to learn something new and try it out with like-minded entrepreneurs over lunch.
Lunch is locally sourced, the wonderful Studio Pastry pastiesRead More
Creative takeover @ the Green Dragon Hotel, Hereford
This one-day event in Hereford city for anyone aged 16 to 30 whether you're an art student, gamer, museum geek, early-career creative or you don't know what your future holds.
The main session is for 16-30 year olds. At 5pm, the event opens to everyone and there will be a networking session for all ages.
To find out more and book free tickets, please go to: http://bit.ly/Create-Fuel-2019Read More
Explore what you and your organisation can do to help tackle ecological disaster without breaking the bank in our two-day workshop. Speakers include David Hunter of leading social enterprise solicitors Bates Wells Braithwaite and Eoin McQuone of Sustainable Business Design as well as prominent local corporate and branding coaches.Read More
Robin Watkins - Davis is a contemporary artist (and the UK's youngest yoga teacher!)
An installation of her project SHIFT will be in St Laurence Church in Stroud from 12-18th October 2019. The aim of the week is to share creative practices (movement, art and music) with people to create an environment which facilities a SHIFT in perspective, state of mind and mood. In her own words “Movement and art has been a massively useful tool in my life and I want the program to offer people a choice of arts to so that they can experience a SHIFT and to find the right creative tool for them”.Read More
YPIA is a national organisation for arts professionals at the outset of their careers. The S.West group is holding a networking event on the 18th June so you can meet colleagues in the cultural and creative industries. Find out more here:Read More
Tales of the Forest is an ecological art project that aims to use imagination to look in new ways at contemporary issues, from sustainability and the natural world, to ageing and loneliness, exploring how these things might be related. The project is about looking at the narratives we live by, understanding them as malleable, and re-imaging them through art, collaboration and experimentation.Read More
A collection of work by artist Matt Rowe and accompanying research materials gathered in collaboration with curator Laura Mansfield, this exhibition reflects upon the story and tradition of John Barleycorn through associated artefacts and artworks.Read More
Cheltenham International Film Festival are delighted to be joining forces with film education charity, Into Film, to deliver a workshop on film programming for young people aged 16-19 at the Wilson Art Gallery.
Participants will learn about careers in cinema exhibition, how films are programmed and what goes into running a film festival. No previous programming experience is necessary, just a love of film!Read More
Would you like to find out more about national trends and explore the Gloucestershire volunteering picture?
Or come along and hear more about how you can get involved as a volunteer and discover the huge range of benefits open to you. From the satisfaction of giving back to the community to gaining new skills, knowledge and experience.Read More
Are you part of a creative charity or organisation?
Do you want to make it even stronger?
Fully funded ‘Future Leaders Now workshop’. Developing creative organisations by up-skilling the next generation of board members. Bringing new skills, mindsets and experiences to boards to help them grow stronger.Read More
Do you want to have your say in how charities and arts organisations are run?
Do you have ideas on how to help organisations grow stronger?
Would you like to gain the experiences to lead one of these organisations?
Then sign up to the ‘Future Leaders Now workshop’.Read More
Discover and Explore Arts Award Adviser Training
Open to the Create Gloucestershire Network
Do you work with young people in Gloucestershire? Want to support their creative development with Arts Award? Training as an Arts Award adviser will enable you to support children and young people aged 5 to 25 to discover and explore the arts through the five different levels: Discover, Explore, Bronze, Silver and Gold.Read More