The CFTV Bounce Back Funding Programme was delivered with financial experts, Edale and has helped several creative businesses across the Tees Valley with harnessing financial resources and support following the impact of Covid-19. Across four weekly masterclasses and individual mentoring sessions, participants were equipped with the know-how on applying for funding and grants to get back on track.
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An exciting collaboration of academics from the University of Sunderland were commissioned to present a piece of art during the #cyberfest event.
Working in partnership with CoLab, the event was hosted by Guerilla Working and Breeze Creatives. With the goal to envision aspects of cyber security and to find new ways to talk about it,
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We’re excited to announce that creative, cultural, heritage and digital businesses in the Tees Valley can now apply to the recently launched Creative Fuse Tees Valley graduate internships scheme, that is fully funded by Teesside University.
Creative Fuse Tees Valley are launching fully funded graduate placement schemes to help towards the growth of businesses in the Tees Valley’s creative, cultural, heritage and digital sectors.
Over a four-week block, talented graduate students will work to a brief specially developed to meet your business needs, whether that’s help with a specific project or general support.
The CFTV Bounce Back Funding Programme draws to a close today after eight weeks of supporting two fantastic and extremely versatile cohorts.
The programme was delivered with financial experts, Edale and has helped several creative businesses across the Tees Valley with harnessing financial resources and support following the impact of Covid-19.
Creative Fuse Placement Success
Struggling to find a suitable role in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic, University of Sunderland Journalism graduate Gemma Hirst managed to land a three-month internship with Print Cakes, supporting the business with her skills in digital marketing.
The internship was organised through the Creative Fuse North East team at University of Sunderland.
Bounce Back Funding Programme: harnessing financial resources and support
Are you a creative industry SME or freelancer in the Tees Valley that’s looking to harness financial resources and support?
The Creative Fuse Tees Valley masterclass series has been designed to help established SMEs and incorporated non-profits in the creative,
Creative Fuse Placement Success
Caitlin Ward’s three-month placement opportunity to support Paul Airey Estate Agents’ reinvention of its digital strategy has been made possible thanks to the University of Sunderland’s partnership with Creative Fuse North East, a project unlocking the potential of the creative, digital and tech sectors to drive innovation and growth of the region’s economy.
On Tuesday 23rd July, in amongst Newcastle University’s graduation celebrations, we gathered in the impressive Armstrong Building for the 32nd iteration of Collaboration and Knowledge Exchange (CAKE). This month’s theme was ‘The Art of Collaboration’, a broad topic which invited fascinating and varied interpretations from our three main speakers.
Quickly filling up at today’s #FuseCAKE event ‘The Art of Collaboration’.
CAKE 31 brought the Creative Fuse community to Middlesbrough on 20th June, in the town’s central gallery, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (MIMA). The theme of the event was ‘Hack the Museum’ and speakers brought a diverse range of perspectives on the technologies and practices that are transforming the work and experience of museums and galleries.