Magazine article Screen International

UK Creative Industries Launch Federation

Magazine article Screen International

UK Creative Industries Launch Federation

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Warner Bros, Aardman, NFTS among supporters.

The UK's creative industries have launched a federation in a bid to strengthen the growing sector and improve access and diversity within sub-sectors.

More than 200 arts organisations and commercial creative companies have joined the federation including Warner Bros, Aardman, Tate, the British Library, Design Museum, English National Ballet, Penguin, Random House, Burberry, the Royal College of Music and the National Film and Television School.

The federation's work is expected to focus on advocacy but it will also produce an annual report on the impact of public arts and creative industries at home and abroad.

In its first year the group aims to launch a digital research portal, hold a pre-election policy event, undertake a series of roadshows, and run a series of events and seminars.

In each of the nations and regions it will co-partner with organisations from the public arts, commercial creative companies and universities. …

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