This Is It! Stockton-on-Tees
We are delighted to announce that our next This Is It! event is taking place on Monday 6 March in Stockton-on-Tees. In the heart of the North East of England, ARC Stockton Arts Centre will host an inspiring day for our Creativ... (read more)
THIS IS IT! was exactly what I needed. It left my mind whizzing with ideas. I don’t know what the future holds but I will keep working and keep climbing the ladder.”
The Creative Society is an arts employment charity that helps young people into jobs in the creative and cultural industries.
Prominent figures from the city’s vibrant arts scene will join key employers such as IKON Gallery, mac Birmingham and Birmingham Rep in a day-long event to show young people exactly what it takes to make it in the world of music, performance and the visual arts. To read more THIS IS IT! event releases, explore the blog.
This Is It!, a professional development event for Young People aged 16-24, comes to South Shields on Monday 16 December 2013. The day of interactive sessions and talks is designed to inspire and support paid interns and apprentices in the North East, boosting the creative credentials of the region. Read the release. To read more THIS IS IT! event releases, explore the blog.
“Make a job, don’t take a job” should become the rallying cry for the creative sector according to a report on creative entrepreneurship published by NDotM.
The reintroduction of an Enterprise Allowance Scheme would be more valuable to artists and creative entrepreneurs than any amount of unemployment benefit according to a new report, Creative Survival in Hard Times, published by New Deal of the Mind.
Progress towards the creation of 10,000 new jobs for young people in the cultural and sports sectors is now well past the half way mark, Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport Ben Bradshaw announced today.
Over 200 previously unemployed young people to work in an exciting, creative environment that might otherwise have proved impossible to break into.
New Deal of the Mind has announced a cross party quartet of politicians who’ve joined as patrons.
A more imaginative approach to dealing with unemployment is needed urgently says the pressure group New Deal of the Mind (NDotM)
Sir John Tusa is to join the Board of new Deal of the Mind
The release of NDotM’s Arts Council Report into self employed options for the Creative Industries
“Do It Yourself: Cultural and Creative Self-Employment in Hard Times”
Chancellor recognises risk of creating a lost generation. NDotM’s reaction to The Budget 2009