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Where do creative clusters arise and what can policymakers do to optimise intervention? This first report in our new State of the Nations series explores three different levels of the UK’s creative industries geography: microclusters, clusters, and corridors.
This report, developed by researchers at the University of the Arts London (UAL), seeks to map out what’s happening in this space across the British arts and cultural sectors. Thematically structured, it includes suggestions of best practice and links to practical resources for cultural organisations and activists across the world.
This major new report holds a number of firsts for the sector. It is the first ever to explore both intangible and tangible cultural heritage linked to climate change, it covers an unparalleled range and breath of research, and it includes hazard diagrams and trends analysis which will help to support our heritage and climate work going forward.
Mayor hails the importance of the creative industries to the capital as new data shows one in five jobs is in the creative economy.
The government is backing the creation of additional volunteering opportunities in museums, libraries and voluntary arts groups as part of plans to help those experiencing or at risk of chronic loneliness. Funding will be provided to support volunteers and participants to take part in activities such as talking cafes, skills sharing sessions, arts and crafts groups and environmental conservation. Around £3 million in government funding is being distributed by Arts Council England via partners Libraries Connected, Creative Lives and the Association of Independent Museums (AIM).
Ahead of this week’s AI Safety Summit at Bletchley Park, Chair of the Culture, Media and Sport Committee, Dame Caroline Dinenage, has called on the Government to ensure the UK’s creative industries are properly protected from the risks posed by artificial intelligence while supporting the sector to make the most of new technologies.