Whether you have recently left education, looking to change jobs or searching for a way to redefine your career – 2020 may be the year to start thinking creatively towards a new future…

Creative Futures is a free online career fair presenting job possibilities and training available in the creative industries with a fortnightly series of talks, events and workshops.

Listen to the experiences of local industry professionals via video link with live Q&A and discussion around support for inclusive employment.

Ask the questions you have always wanted answered!

Five themes are available to register your interest:

  • Art – Gallery – Museum
  • Design – Print – Fashion
  • Games – Digital – Interactive
  • Music – Production – Events
  • Film – TV – Theatre

Online talks (45 minutes long) will start at the end of August and run fortnightly until December 2020.

Follow Creative Futures on Instagram to stay up to date with their latest news.

To get involved and register your interest in one or more of the above themes, please complete the sign up form below.

Register for Creative Futures

To sign up to one of the Creative Futures series of online workshops, please complete the below registration form.


Up next

Rozi Peters, Training Coordinator - Four Corners Film

Wednesday 21st October 2020, 4-5pm

Rozi is a filmmaker, video tutor and training co-ordinator at Four Corners Film. She works on socially engaged, education, commercial and artist moving image projects as a film-maker, video tutor and editor. Broadcast work includes projects for the BBC, Channel 4 and Al Jazeera. Collaborations include projects with Sir John Soane’s Museum and The Science Museum. Her films have screened internationally at film festivals and galleries including the NFT, The ICA and The Place.

To attend this talk, register now!


Up next

Josephine Chanter, Director of Audiences – Design Museum

Wednesday, 4th November 2020

Josephine Chanter has been inspiring audiences to connect with the visual arts for over a decade. Beginning her career in public affairs, she has since worked at the National Gallery, the Crafts Council, and was appointed Director of Audiences at the Design Museum in 2017 having successfully launched the Design Museum in its new Kensington building in 2016. Josephine has a broad portfolio of responsibility at the museum including exhibitions, brand, marketing, PR, public affairs and digital communications.

To attend this talk, register now!