UNDERSTANDING AND SUPPORTING CREATIVE ECONOMIES IN AFRICA: EDUCATION, NETWORKS AND POLICY
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Nigeria Workshops & Research
Higher Education & Creative Economy
Creative intermediaries forum
South Africa Workshops & Research
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Registration form: Creative Intermediaries Forum
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Nature of your company/ organisation
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Not-for-profit / Charitable organisation
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The work of Creative intermediaries in Nigeria
Are you / your organisation involved in supporting the creative economy in Nigeria? If yes, please give us some information / links to your work
Where do you work from? What area of the city of Lagos do you interact with the most?
Do you identify as part of a geographical creative hub/cluster? if yes, please specify
There are multiple definitions of what a creative clusters is. Here we simply mean a geographical concentration of individuals, businesses and organisations working all in related creative and cultural sectors.
What services/support does your organisation offer to creative and cultural industries/practitioners (tick all the ones that apply
Space / co-working
Finance and business finance support
Funding / Commissioning of arts/creative projects
Research and consultancy services
Rehearsal / performing space
Skills and training
Internationalisation / export advice
Guidance and policy advice
Other (please specify in the box on the right)
Do you network / collaborate with other creative intermediaries, towards supporting creative & cultural industries development? If yes, how?
What are the main challenges that you face as a creative intermediary? What policies or facilities would facilitate your work and activities?
What do you think is the role of policy in relation to the creative economy and the work that you do as intermediary?
Would you be available for a follow-up interview (in person or via skype) after the event?
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The research network is supported by the Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC)