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Spend now, tax later

CHEAD responds to the Chancellor's March 2021 Budget. Blog piece provided by Sandra Booth, CHEAD Director of Policy. The budget provided a welcome confirmation of the Government’s commitment to the UK's ambitions for an innovation led recovery which will be supported...

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New economic indicators for Creative Industries

Newly released infographics demonstrate the economic impact of the creative industries sector. The Gross Value Added (GVA) of the UK creative industries was provisionally estimated at £115.9bn in 2019 current prices, before the disruption caused by the COVID-19 global...

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#ArtIsEssential Campaign

In late November 2020, CHEAD and CVAN* met with key art sector organisations with regional and national influence in visual arts with a view to form an advocacy group. This meeting demonstrated a sense of urgency to change the perception that our sector is in a stable...

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Hybrid Spaces: Re-imagining pedagogy, practice and research

Extended deadline for registration and Call for Papers. Early Bird extended registration until 29 January 2021. Abstracts of 100 words (max) must be submitted by Friday 29 January 2021. This year’s iJADE conference run by our partners at NSEAD will be hosted online...

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Student Platform offer from Creative UK

Blog piece provided by Lee Hornsby, Partnership and Skills Manager. Creative Industries Federation. Creative England and the Creative Industries Federation joined forces in 2020 and are now a part of the Creative UK group. With this new union came a revisitation of...

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In conversation with Greg Clark MP

In conversation with Greg Clark MP - Wednesday 28th October, 2020 – Write Up. As part of Policy Connect’s “In conversation with…” event series, CEO Jonathan Shaw spoke with Greg Clark MP to discuss his role as Chair of the Science and Technology Committee. The event...

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Visual Arts: The Beating Heart and Soul of Building Back Better

CVAN, APDIG and a-n are delighted to launch their latest report, produced in collaboration with Contemporary Visual Arts Network. Visual Arts: The Beating Heart and Soul of Building Back Better calls for Government to exploit the potential of the Visual Arts sector to...

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